Blue Smoke: Always a sign of oil burning. Probably worn rings ao broken rings. White Smoke: Always a sign of coolant leakage into the cylinder. Usually a head gasket problem. Black Smoke: Always a sign of an angine running too rich. Too much fuel! Can be a multitude of reasons depending on fuel delivery system. (Carb,TBI TPI) While you do not mention mileage it sounds like you have a head gasket problem that lead to over heating that caused serious damage. If this has not been the case, its more than likely a soon to be senario. You may want to see your mechanic soon!!!!
Coolant in the oil, low compression on the cylinder where the gasket is blown, air bubbles in the radiator, sweet smell at the tailpipe, white smoke at the tailpipe, especially at startup, & loosing coolant with no apparent leak.
White smoke from the exhaust is a symptom of moisture in the combustion chamber. If you see it after that initial startup, then suspect a blown head gasket. A compression test will verify this.
White smoke = Blown Head Gasket or cracked head. Black Smoke = Overly rich fuel/air mixture. Blue smoke = Oil burning. Blue smoke at startup usually means worn valve seals.
A startup boot is when you boot from a startup disc.
That's where the router's startup-config (startup configuration) is stored.That's where the router's startup-config (startup configuration) is stored.That's where the router's startup-config (startup configuration) is stored.That's where the router's startup-config (startup configuration) is stored.
manual startup type, msconfig tool
Manual Startup. Use services.msc in command prompt to set the startup.
a startup folder is a folder in the system configuration utility that has programs in it that loads or runs whenever you startup your computer could p.s ... could cause slower startup if to much is in it
Where is the startup wizard for vista
The engine probably has cracked valve seals and or worn valve guides. This seems worse than it is. Your vehicle could run forever like this. Try this: add one can of STP at your next oil change.
ROM chips control the startup of the computer
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Startup programs are programs that are started when you boot up your computer. To select what programs you do or do not want to open at startup you will need to search for and open the 'msconfig.exe' file. Once 'msconfig.exe' is open, click on the Startup tab, you will see a list of programs. From this list you can select or deselect what programs should open at startup.
normal startup menu option
Goto Windows defender and then goto software explorer. Make sure the drop down box at the top says "startup items." Here, you can prevent items from running on startup. Alternatively, goto start, then run, then type "msconfig", without the quotes. Then, goto the startup tab. Be careful not to stop any important startup items, though.
The ROM chips control the startup of the computer..
stored on USB
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Program\Startup is the Windows XP startup folder for all users.
The cast of StartUP - 2010 includes: Mercer Boffey as Mitch
xp and vista have the same tool... start/run type in msconfig go to the startup tab and disable any startup program you want
Click Start > All programs > Startup
press on startup to display the bootable disks.
C:\Documents and Settings\username\StartMenu\Programs\Startup
Msconfig Allows you to cusotmize files proccessed at startup