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  • Anonymous Dec 23, 2008

    corruption in feature manager settings

  • Anonymous Jan 27, 2009

    the error displays when after booting the computer and when I start my air card connection.

  • jonajensen01 Feb 01, 2009

    Same Problem by Guest on Jan 31 2009



    corruption in feature manager settings

  • difriskyfeli Mar 04, 2009

    I received a pop-up that said, " Corruption hads been found detected in Feature Manager, back-up file has been loaded. Now my computer freezes and the scroll bar doesn't work for about a minute.

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2009

    "Corruption has been detected in Feature Manager Settings - backup file has been loaded" pops up after turning on the computer. It doesn't seem to be causing any problems, tho.

  • salteesaltee May 15, 2009


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Power Supply and Chassis Issues
No boot situations can be caused by any of the following power supply, chassis or fan issues:

  • Verify that your chassis and power supply is appropriate for the processor model and frequency and the desktop board you have.
    • An ATX12V or SFX12V with the 2x2 connector is required for all Pentium® 4 processor based and higher Intel® Desktop Boards. Power consumption requirements for high-end video cards, sound cards, peripherals, and the Pentium 4 processor will exceed the typical 5A current capacity of standard ATX & SPX power supplies.
  • Do not use 2x2 power cable adapters with non-compatible older power supplies.
  • Verify that the power supply has the capacity to power all the devices used in your system.
  • Ensure the power cord is firmly connected to the power supply and the AC outlet.
  • If the power supply or the AC outlet has an on/off switch, make sure that it is on.
  • Determine power supply voltage selector setting (230 volts vs. 115 volts) is correct.
  • Check for foreign objects inside the chassis such as screws that may ground the desktop.
  • Attach the desktop board correctly to the chassis base with the spacers/stand- offs. Make sure not to tighten the screws too much.
  • If possible, use a voltmeter to verify that each output from the power supply is correct. If any output is very low (especially the +5 volt output), consider replacing the power supply.
  • If possible, use a voltmeter to verify the PowerGood signal is +5 volts. If the signal is below 1.0 volts, there may be a short or overload causing a constant reset. Consider replacing the power supply.

Ok this may help you to trouble shoot your power supply and it may fix your problems,...I got it from Intel site
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-010254.htm#powersupplyissues

Please let me know if this helped
Thank you, Techlahj

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