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Power-On Self-Test - Mitsubishi Electric PENTIUM PCL5100 User Manual

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Power-on self-test

Recoverable POST errors
Whenever a recoverable (non-terminal) error occurs during POST,
the BIOS displays an error message describing the problem (the
most usual are described below). After some messages, you may be
prompted to Press <F1> to resume, <F2> to enter
Setup or just Press <F2> to enter Setup.
In general, you should respond to these errors as follows:
Shut down the computer, wait 20 to 30 seconds, and then
turn it on again to see if the problem is still reported.
Check that all external cables are securely connected.
Try running the BIOS Setup utility to reconfigure the system.
If the computer won't start after you make changes in BIOS
Setup, try restoring the original values.
Open up the system unit and check that all internal signal and
power cables are securely connected.
If the problem persists, contact your supplier or authorised
maintainer.
Diskette drive A error
Drive A: is present but fails the POST diskette tests. Check
that the drive is defined correctly in BIOS Setup. If necessary,
open the system unit and check that the drive's signal (ribbon)
cable is connected.
System/Extended/Shadow RAM failed at offset: xxxx
Failing bits: yyyy
System, extended or shadow memory is not working, or not
configured properly, at offset xxxx. The hexadecimal number
yyyy is a map of the bits at the address which failed the memory
test. Each "1" in the map represents a failed bit.
Fixed disk X failure or Fixed disk controller failure
A fixed (hard) disk drive is not working or not configured
properly. Check that the drive is defined correctly in BIOS
Setup. If necessary, open the system unit and check that the
drive's signal (ribbon) cable is connected.
P C L 5 1 0 0 B I O S S e t u p & P O S T
PCL5100 USER GUIDE
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