System board — Data errors. Multiple memory DIMMs failed, presumed to be caused by motherboard issues. Update to the latest BIOS version. Repeat the PSA diagnostics. Power the system off, reseat any cable connection and check the BIOS to ensure that the touchpad or mouse has not been disabled.
If your mouse, touchpad, or pointing stick is disconnected, reconnect it. For laptops, make sure that your touchpad is active. The system board, heat sink, fan, or processor are failing the diagnostic tools. Check the logs, the fan and for any other signs of overheating. If there is video on the LCD, then the Display does not need replacement. Turn off your computer and reconnect your LCD cable.
Repeat the PSA diagnostics.. Try to adjust the brightness in Windows using the hotkeys. Check LCD connector and cables. If you were able to clearly see red, blue, green white and white screen with text without distortion, lines, or color problems, re-run the diagnostic and if the screens appear normal, click Yes Update to the latest BIOS version.
Update to the latest BIOS. If you are using a desktop system and if a PCIe expansion card is installed, reseat the card and reconnect any internal power connections to the card. Then reconnect the video cable and repeat the PSA diagnostic. Turn off your computer and if equipped with PCIe expansion card, reseat the card. Reconnect your LCD cable. Please reset the system memory and update the BIOS to most current version.
Reseat the system memory Turn off your computer and reconnect your LCD cable. Ensure that you accurately answer queries that are prompted during the diagnostic. Error occurs when a graphics test times out while waiting for you to enter a response.
If you were able to clearly see both the vertical and horizontal color bars without distortion, lines, or color problems, re-run the diagnostic and if the bar appears normal, click Yes. You may get this error if you answered No to the color test instead of Yes. Reseat the cable connection and inspect the cable and connections for damage.
Turn off your system and reconnect the cable, jumper, or connection indicated in the error message. Replace damaged cables or devices. Please check nothing is obstructing the fan.
Check your system for any obstructions to the air vents or cooling fan. This could be an issue with the system board, temperature sensor, or cooling fan. Please check everything is firmly seated.
Check for any loose connections, any obstructed air vents, and for any other signs of overheating. Depending on the system, this may be on the motherboard, an adapter, or a daughter card. Errors includeRegister test failed orPacket loopback test failed. Check for any loose connections or any bent pins in the connectors. Update the BIOS to the most current version and the issue should resolve. Peak zone was [d]. The motherboard BIOS revision may not be current.
Unable to allocate memory for object data. Unable to [s] testable memory C. Unable to start application processors D. Unable to stop all APs The system may be unstable and should be rebooted. Reseat the USB Device. Unknown test [d] selectedAn unexpected parameter was passed to a device under test. No EPSA beep code mapped!
The diagnostics program has run an external module, which has reported an unusual error. The module reported multiple test results!! The system may be unstable. Use correct tape drive media. Use different tape drive media. Test with a known good drive if possible.
Battery missing or disconnected.