From: Chuck on 3 May 2010 03:01
If your computer does not "turn on", and you have signal cable disconnected
displayed on the screen, you have a hardware fault.
Power Supply motherboard, Video card, CPU, and Hard Drive can all be a pat
of the problem.
Without spare parts, about all you can do is disconnect everything but the
power supply, keyboard, and perhaps the video card.
If the P/C still does not "turn on", you will have to seek hands on help
from someone with spares and knowledge.
Since your P/C is "several years old" it's quite likely that it is outdated
enough to replace rather than pay to have fixed.
"Muhadsha" <Muhadsha(a)yourmail.com> wrote in message
> On 3/6/2010 7:45 AM, ybS2okj wrote:
>> Your problem is that your computer isn't keeping the correct time and
>> and if you can correct this fault, I am sure your computer will start
>> operating properly.
>> For example the date and time on your message is "Date: Thu, 02 Sep 2010
>> 08:01:14 +0530" Now this can only be somewhere outside the global
>> Orbit where time runs faster than on earth!
>> "Muhadsha"<Muhadsha(a)yourmail.com> wrote in message
>>> My computer which was working good for many years have broken down. It
>>> shows nothing in the screen except "THE SIGNAL CABLE DISCONNECT" when i
>>> turn it on. It doesn't produce any sound. I have replaced the RAM in
>>> another slot, It did not work out too. What shall I do? Please help me!
>>> Thank You
>>> - Muhadsha
> My computer doesn't turn on, then how can I change the time of the
> computer. I shows only a massage "THE SIGNAL CABLE DISCONNECT"
> Please help..............