What is 6k13Hz Frequency out of range in reference to a computer fault?
it is probably saying the set resolution is one the monitor does not support.
press f8 before boot and select enable vga mode for xp or low vga resloution for vista or boot into safe mode for previous OS and manually change res.
On a Chrysler vehicle the engine computer sets P0700 whenever the transmission computer has detected and set a fault. You will need to have transmission codes checked to know possible causes. On a Chrysler vehicle the engine computer sets P0700 whenever the transmission computer has detected and set a fault. You will need to have transmission codes checked to know possible causes.
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P0700 is EATX code present. It simply means that the engine computer has noticed that the transmission computer has a dtc in it. This causes the Pcm (engine computer) to turn the check engine light on. You will need to have the TCM (trans computer) checked for codes to know what to diagnose. General automatic transmission fault. It could be a sticky internal sensor. A transmission shop could read the actual fault from the transmission.
A page fault in any operating system will occur when a reference to memory indicates that the actual information has been paged out to disk, and is not available in memory at the present time. When the page fault occurs, the system has to swap that page back into memory before it can reference the memory location. This is how virtual memory was implemented. Page faults should be transparent to the program; it doesn't know…
The ground ('earth'), because of its mass, is a reasonably-good conductor and is used as a 'reference' for a distribution transformer's neutral terminal. A ground fault ('earth fault') occurs when the line conductor from the distribution transformer makes accidental contact directly with the ground ('earth'). The resulting low-resistance earth path back to the transformer's neutral is such that the resulting ground-fault current('earth-fault current') will operate the transformer's overcurrent protection device (e.g. fuse).