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Restart win operating

I have a motherboard d865gl,i replace a hardrive,processor,and memory but my board is still restarts win u start 2 use it....

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Re: restart win operating

Have a look at the bios and see if it loses the time, it may be the cmos battery is flat, and also in the standard cmos settings, enable Halt on all Errors and it may give a clue to the fault.

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While my pc is on and i am watching movie, about 15mnts of the movie, the pc stop and restarts, why?

While the processor is running, memory buffers take care of the other precesses the computer is also running while you are watching the movie. If the memory buffer is big enough, you could get to finish your movie and the computer will not stop. If the buffer is limited, when it is at 100%, the processor will no longer run and will do a restart. When you are about 10 into your movie try to see how the processor/memory are doing. It will let you know if they are saturated. Control+Alt+Delete will get you to the option where you can Start the Task Manager. This will allow you to see the processes running and the memory usage. I see in your post your memory is only 256 MB. Computers nowdays might have 4GB of Memory to run heavy graphics. That is about 16 times what you have. You might want to increase your memory.

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Dra.harigopal@gmail.comi'm using DG31pr motherboard with intel core2duo processor,, my pc is not starting when i restarted it... the red led is not turning on after restarting the pc & 3beep sounds...

is a memory problem:
  • Reseat the memory.
  • Make sure that the contacts on the memory and the socket are clean.
  • Try removing one bank of memory modules at a time. (Some systems may require a memory module in Bank 0.)
  • Try using memory modules from the same manufacturer with the same part number and speed.
  • Check for a faulty memory module by trying the memory in a known good system.
If this helps orsolves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for myresponse.

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remove your processor and the processor fan clean the processor surface with a clean cloth and fix it to the socket apply a thin layer of heat sink compound and fix the heat sink firmly to the processor remove your memory card and clean it with a neat cloth and insert it in the slot and restart the computer still not working remove the memory module and restart your computer you will hear long beeps now insert the memory and restart your computer if you hear only one short beet and display not coming add an pci or agp graphics card if it work the problem is with your graphics section in the motherboard

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it is the problem your computer operating system or motherboard bios setup problem . You restart your pc after restart then press dell key then prevew your bios setup option then choice bios defalt setup then press F10 press Y restart your pc .

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Ihad computer pentium 4 mother board asus 845 processor 1.7 my problem that computer open windows normally then making restart again can u solve it

1.) You are infected

2.)One of ur drive wont work propertly

3.)Problem with ur Power Suply

4) Problem with RAM MEMORIE


And use ur WINDOWS XP CD to repair windows

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-check your reset button if its not stucked. -else try resetting your CMOS settings to default. -try using your old memory sticks.

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