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Booting problem when I switch on the pc after reading memory it loads up to del command displayed then getting stack. I have clear the cmos but problem is still remain. can give me a solution for this. regds, nilan

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  • kjnilan Oct 31, 2008

    when I switch on the pc after reading memory it loads up to del command
    displayed then getting stack. I have clear the cmos but problem is
    still remain. can give me a solution for this.

    motherboard gigabyte GA-8LD533

    regds,

    nilan



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It can be your harddrive . Please try to change your hdd or format it with your windows cd using dvd writerdrive that is correct with no default on it. The is nothing wrong with your motherboard unless if your connections inside is incorrect for example your slave and master drives.

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It is possible that you have a bad memory stick. One trick that can sometimes verify this is to move the sticks around. If you have 2 or more sticks of memory, change their position. Since the matching of virtual to physical memory happens during the boot process, moving the sticks around will alter that connection. "User" memory is a little more tolerant of memory errors. Moving the sticks could move the "bad" spot to a less sensitive area and may allow the system to boot up. If that works, then you should attempt to test memory a little more intensively to determine the "bad" stick and get it replaced.

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Change RAM then check

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