XP Freezes With New Cpu/mobo
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. I was looking at the date of my BIOS and it is like 1/21/03, and the processor i had is .13micron. We will also assume you know the ins and outs of installing, changing, and removing device drivers from the Device Manager. To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. http://newsgrouphosting.com/computer-freezes/pc-freezes-after-start-up.php
I also moved the jumper cable to reset the password before, but those did not help.I took your suggestion to do 3 things:1)Remove all external USB devices.2)Remove a RAM stick.3)Remove a it works, then it freezes at random time, before Windows even starts. I tried using the default bios settings and that helped a lot, even clearing up the Windows system error, but still have the cursor freeze about 10-30 minutes after boot up. after reformating the HD and installs some of the files to the install folder on the hd and it needs to reset..it will try to resest it shuts off and sits
Computer Freezes After Cpu Upgrade
Even though it's being detected during POST and in the BIOS, maybe some kind of hardware conflict further in the boot process. I know I am probably going to have to reinstall to be stable... Help? From all I have read you have practically replaced your entire system less the Mobo.
It's a LGA775 DG31PR, and I bought the sufficient DDR2 RAM with it. New Cpu Computer Freezes I bought a new computer system in parts (make your own) from tigerdirect.com, I have everything hooked together correctly. So now i am at a loss as to what is wrong, and i need help, anyone have any ideas? Let it run a few minutes to see if it hangs up [if so, your CPU/HSF are not mounted right and it is overheating].
You know how to install drivers by now; install what you need. but I am trying to avoid it. Play_The_0dds View Public Profile Send a private message to Play_The_0dds Find all posts by Play_The_0dds #7 04-26-2005, 11:09 AM Testament X Offline Registered User Join Date: Apr 2005 Seems old motherboard defaulted SATA mode to IDE, with new boards the default is AHCI.
New Cpu Computer Freezes
I am just trying to understand this freeze problem so I can address it before I spend time reinstalling, if its not a reinstall XP problem. -TeachPowerTeachPower.net founderEducation Resource Library for I try to boot from CD, it will freeze before or after the CD is booted. Computer Freezes After Cpu Upgrade BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! There is a cure for the reformat fetishâ€”a procedure that will let you swap out your motherboard without having to reinstall Windows XP.
Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Motherboard freeze before boot up!!! navigate here I believe there was not logical explanation about this case as no one could explain why sometimes it will be stable and sometimes it will get problem.believe me a new cooler Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. to ONLY CPU/HSF, 1 memory stick.
If you replace your mobo you will have to do a new install and you will never know what your real problem is on your current system. Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core CPUs and Motherboards Today's Posts XP freezes with newcpu/mobo BySvoboda Sep 12, 2003 So I just got a athlon xp 2400+ and ecs K7S5A If your problem is specifically with a 0x7B blue screen (and only a 0x7B), then it likely isn't a hardware fault. http://newsgrouphosting.com/computer-freezes/frequent-freezes.php This Op check in the bios if its set to AHCI and change it to IDE then save and reboot redeye says thanks.
When I ran windows those, it was very unstable and kept restarting (to be expected). Although you twice use the word 'correct' I would wait stating so until things work.Of course, the system won't necessarily boot off the old hard disk. Try installing once more and set your bios to safe defaults first.
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- I got something to the effect of “no fixed disk was found” -I switched to another hard drive with xp already on it.
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Help? Since the system case fan power off the motherboard does not work, I have a feeling other motherboard power could be failing. Help? SHOW ME NOW CNET Â© CBS Interactive Inc. Â /Â All Rights Reserved.
The model number is - sr2180nx alyoshkaFeb 3, 2012, 10:19 AM I would like you to read through this first so you get around needing a smart guy once again for Then try increasing cpu clock multiplier 0.5 increment steps and seeing if you can still boot. You might get a message about having to restart your system "DO IT". this contact form but when it's 100*2 =200 it runs fine.
I changed the power supply and I thought it fixed the problem, however, it was not as straight forward or immediate as I hoped. They would rather you paid more for a higher model then run the other OS or higher CPU in the same rig...:) It sells rigs.... Feb 7, 2013 at 3:48 PM #13 cs97jb New Member Joined: Feb 3, 2013 Messages: 4 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 ok Redeye, I will give that a try tonight. (You Strip it down properly clamped down, The HSF may be on backwards if an AMD [they have no heat speader] and the approx 1 sq inch CPU is not actually centered
Make sure that the 266 fsb that your believe you are setting is not actually (266 * 2 = 532MHz fsb DDR). No, create an account now. Windows rebooting on logo after new motherboard/cpu Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by cs97jb, Feb 3, 2013. Feb 7, 2013 at 3:03 PM #11 cs97jb New Member Joined: Feb 3, 2013 Messages: 4 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 Thanks folks.
Thats a lot of info thanks a lot.