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Troubleshoot My pc does not work up, but sometimes it will on i try to check the CMOS battery replace a new one and reset. It works, i set the date , works ok, but after shutting down and turning ON again the Error coming again, it says :CMOS ERROR -.. After i check and replace the new CMOS battery the pc not working anymore( motherboard is Intel Desktop D865PER) Please reply to : hubag_2000@yahoo.co thank you so much

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  • doaoto3 Apr 20, 2009

    I have a intel pentium 4 3.0 ghz w/th and1gig kingston ram, seagate 500 gig hd, geforce fx5200 video card with 2 lcd monitors connected.

    My computer overheats to the point of shutdown, I have changed out the memory with other memory I had, doesn't help, I've removed the video card and ram. rebooted to reset anything that may have gotten out of whack. reinstalled the ram, rebooted, shutdown, plugged in the video card, rebooted. still overheats and yes my fans are working plus I added a new one for the tower and bought a new fan for the processor and also bought a new processor. It still overheats!!! I also purchased a new battery first to see if that was the problem and checked for loose connections and neither one helps. Do you think it may be my video card or motherboard?

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Your PC uses beeps to communicate with you when something is wrong with the video setup. Check the settings on your video card to make sure that they're correct for your system. Also check any switches on the motherboard to make sure that they're set up correctly for your type of video card. (You should consult your system's instruction manual for details on this procedure.) Check to make sure that your video card is seated properly in its slot; you may even want to try inserting the card in another slot. If none of these suggestions works, try a new video card, or have your system examined by a professional.
In a pre-Windows 98, system, if you have two video cards installed at the same time, they can sometimes interfere with each other and cause neither to work properly. Try removing one of the cards; if this results in the remaining card working, you need to reconfigure one or both of the cards to better work together. (With Windows 98 and later you can install two video
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Reboot your system. This should force Windows to reinstall (New Device found) the driver software that is probably corrupt thanks to Windows.
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