Intel pentium P4 gigabyte mother hangs at pci device listing after pressing ctrl,de,alt two three times then boots normally. this happens daily and some days boots normally. Please tell anyone how to fix the issue..
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Re: Hangs at PCI device listing
Go to the bios settings and reset it to Optimize Default and reboot the system after saving the settings. To go to the settings, follow the onscreen instructions of your manufacturer's direction (maybe Delete or F2 or F1). You also need to scan your system with an updated antivirus and make sure that you haven't installed two antivirus. If possible restore your system to the previous date when it was working fine. do let me know again if you can't follow all these. good luck..
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Graphics support is mainly determine by the mother board. based on the processor you have that mother board should be equipped with a PCI express slot. in that case YES it is Supported. make shure you follow installation instructions and check that you have at least the minimum power supply requirements for the card 380W or above.
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the volume is not low or muted on both windows and the speakers. In windows
click the speaker icon in the bottom right of your screen, check the volume is
turned up. Then click mixer or advanced and check that all volumes are turned
up. If using a
laptop, check that the hotkey control for volume is on. You will see an audio
icon on one of your ‘F’ keys, hold the Fn button located near the ctrl and
press the volume function key. Next open Device
Manager from Control Panel and check there are no yellow exclamation marks on
any drivers. If there are then you need a new driver. If you are still
having issues the sound card may be faulty, this is usually integrated into the
motherboard. In a desktop PC you could buy a new PCI soundcard if you have a
spare PCI slot in your machine. You need to goto
the manufacturers website, find their support section and there should be a
list of drivers for your specific machine. Installing these should resolve your
problem. I have a list of links to most manufacturers drivers on my website.
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this sounds like one of two things to do with heat:
the cpu cooling fan, is it working all the time,
a fault with the motherboard processor socket causing the overheat.
contact me for support to
http://www.motherboardsrus.net where you will find an email and phone number