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C.p.u failor When I insert a CDor DVD in DVD ROM mu pc REstarts.....while restart it showes bios attempt failor.....sometimes it shows the message "ur pc previously shutdown due to thetmal overheating".......after severak trys pc starts.........

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Hello, you cd rom drive is faulty thats why it restart your computer any time you insert a compact disc.

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Hi, I'm using Asrock P4I45GV R5 Motherboard. but when i attempt to install OS, it shows NTLDR Missing. but HDD is working properly. at the next time when i try to boot from the CD it fails. and


Hi, maybe your OS CD have problem and it not bootable cd.
install with another cd or dvd.
and checked your cd/dvd rom cables for boot from cd/dvd.

Dec 02, 2011 | Asrock P4I45GV R5 Motherboard

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What steps will be done in order for me to reformat my computer?


1) All computer has BIOS ( Basic input/output system). Here, you can set up how your PC will run. It is a blue colored full screen with different tabs like general, exit, devices and many more. Go to BIOS by simply hitting del (delete) continuously after restarting your computer.

2) Once in BIOS, look for the booting set up. Listed there are the devices which computer normally boots. ( Harddisk, CD-rom, Floopy Disk and Network)

3) Place the CD-Rom as the first boot and see to it that the bootable CD of Operating system you want is inserted in the CD-Rom. Then Place harddisk as the second booting device. Third and fourth booting devices are not usually important.

4) Save the changes and Exit. This will restart your computer automatically.

5) When your computer restarts wait until you see a message saying.........
Boot to CD........<----if this showed up hit any key to boot to CD. This will make your computer refer to the CD.

6) They will ask you if you want to delete or to create a new partition. For me just delete the partition and do not create anymore partitions. This will only slows your computer down.

7) After Deleting the partitions, they will ask you if you wanted to format you PC. There are 4 choices in there:

a. Quick format (FAT)
b. Format (FAT)
c. Quick format (NTSF)
d. Format (NTSF)

Choose the format either NTSF or FAT. Sometimes quick formatting result to corruption of some files.

8) The computer will copy the contents needed from the CD to your PC and installs it. Windows will appear but i know when you see one you can understand what to do. It will just ask for date and time and user name if you want to.

9) After the installation is complete the computer will automatically restart.

10) Once restarted, set the display in your choice. You can do anything now. Congratulations, you now can reformat

Jan 16, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I always have failure to boot and have beep sounds. Already installed asus update v6.10.02, still shows overclocking failed on start up and requests to configure BIOS. My system includes: inno3D-FX5500...


1-Does your computer show any sign of response after power button press?
2-Is your power cable properly connected and have main power switched on both your power supply unit and the wall plug?
3-Is the 20/24-pin ATX power connector has been connected between your motherboard and power supply?
4-Can The standby power LED (Green blue) light up continuously after the mains power is connected? (Note: Both flashing and off are no good here)

Fix 1

(1) Isolate The power going into your system ( i.e. connect your system to the wall plug directly, without sharing the power with any other devices via power extension cable.)
(2) Check if the power supply and power cable functions correctly, and have the input of your power supply set to the correct position (either 100/110V or 220/240V, depending on your country)
(3) Please try replacing your power supply.

Fix 2

1. No POST

1.1 Please clear CMOS to have a try (refer to motherboard manual for details)

1.2 If the problem still persists, please contact your retailer for a check


2. There is error message during POST: BIOS ROM checksum error. Detecting floppy drive A media... Insert system disk and press enter

2.1 If the support CD supplied with motherboard is available

2.1.1 Please restart system and put support CD into optical drive, then the system will recover BIOS automatically using CrashFree utility

2.2 If the support CD supplied with motherboard is not available

2.2.1 Prepare a formated floppy disk, then unzip the BIOS file downloaded from ASUS website into the floppy disk.

2.2.2 Please restart system and insert the floppy disk into floppy drive, then the system will recover BIOS automatically using CrashFree utility
2.3 If it is not helpful after the troubleshooting as the steps 2.1 or 2.2, please clear CMOS( referring to the manual introduction)

Fix 3

Please try the latest BIOS. I recommend you to use AFUDOS to update BIOS. You need to unzip it to get the ROM file.

You should use the command as follows:

AFUDOS /i[biosname]

or, afudos /i A:\BIOSNAME.rom(if the BIOS file is in the floppy disk)

You can store your BIOS into a floppy disk or a hard disk with FAT format. Then, you will be able to use AFUDOS to access the BIOS ROM file.

If it is not convenient for you to use DOS and AFUDOS, you can try to use EZ Flash. You can save the BIOS file into a flash disk then boot the system and enter BIOS, then you can update your BIOS by EZ Flash which is in the BIOS Tools page. Please load the default settings in BIOS after you have succeeded updating BIOS.

If you need more help come back.Post / thumbs / testimonial are welcome!

Nov 22, 2010 | ASUS P5VDC-MX Motherboard

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Random restart


This definitely sounds like the CPU is overheating, graphics card is overheating, or your memory is failing.

Check your CPU temp. and fan, and check graphics card fan.

Jan 13, 2010 | Biostar P4VTB Motherboard

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Boot from cd


when u power up the computer press DEL or F2 or F10 F12 key to enter bios setup.
then go to boot option then set your dvd or cd as first boot device.

Nov 30, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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K, now it wont boot from disc


Hi,

Try this out hit f2 repeatedly with the disc inserted when u restart ur pc get into the BIOS screen and select Boot in that select primary boot as cd/dvd drive then save and exit.Now it should restart and boot from the disc..

Goodluck..

May 11, 2008 | VIA ASRock K7VM3 Socket A/...

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Bad BIOS checksum.... CMOS bad checksum errors


BOOT BLOCK COMPATIBLE VERSION VER .005
BAD BIOS CHECKSUM

CHECKING FOR CD ROM
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
NO CD-ROM FOUND
CHECKING FOR FLOPPY DISK
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
NO FLOPPY DISK FOUND

Does someone already fix this problem??????

Nov 15, 2007 | ASUS M2N-MX Motherboard

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