Boot Failure in Your Laptop

Lenovo laptop repair or Dell laptop repair is needed when boot failure arises while you are trying to boot the laptop from the files installed on a disk which could be hard drive, floppy disk, CD drive and DVD drives.

Disk boot failure is caused due to a number of reasons. It may be a corrupted bootable disk, problem with the order of devices to boot from in BIOS setting, or a problem with IDE port. Some of them may lead to the hp laptop motherboard repair and more.

These problems can be solved in many ways. It depends on the method you adopt to come out of the failure at this point of time. Firstly check if your disk has any problem: see if it is properly inserted and is working fine, meaning it is not corrupted and all the data could be read by the disk reader easily. Check if there is a loose cable connection. Failure in the cable connection will result in these errors and may require Acer laptop repair.

Next, check if the disk is having any scratches and dust on it. If there is dust on your disk remove it and reinsert the disk and restart the system. If problem still continues check for your BIOS setting with the help of a laptop repair agent.

Check for the order of devices to boot from. Because it might be possible that your settings allow your Sony laptop to boot only from the local hard disk and if that disk is not working properly your laptop throws the error message as it is not having anything to boot from. Go to the BIOS settings by pressing delete key during booting your laptop. Then go to BIOS settings and select the order of the disks in which you want to boot from. Save the changes and exit from the system and restart.

If the problem is not solved a weak SMP could be the reason. Check your battery if it has proper power supply. If the problem was with the SMP change it as the problem would arise again if you continue with the same SMP. You may consult your Sony laptop repair agent immediately.

Check your BIOS battery which is the circular battery placed on the motherboard, and see if it is working fine. If the BIOS Battery is dead it will also cause the same problem. So remove it and clean it with a piece of cloth and reinsert it. Restart the system. If the problem still exists remove your RAM for the Lenovo motherboard repair and clean it with a piece of cloth and reinsert it properly onto the motherboard and restart the system. This may be a solution to your Lenovo motherboard repair.


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