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Problem with mobo upgrade ... From Intel CPU to AMD CPU

I fixed the problem with AMD mobo powering itself after 10 or so seconds. I had to cut the plastic nubs ( 4 of them ) on the yellow plastic retainer around the CPU. This allows the Thermaltake heatsink/fan assy. to sit lower and make contact with the CPU die. Note to Lolita ... Yes that was the problem ... 1/32" does make a diff...The PC now runs.... My new problem is ... Since this is a mobo upgrade Intel to AMD I followed the Microsoft upgrade proceedure (Article ID 824125) which states with the old system running ... in insert the XP cdrom and let autorun start ... click on Upgrade ... etc ... follow the instructions till the sustem reboots ... powerdown the PC .. swap the mobo ... power on and let the Upgrade to continue ... That all work until the Second reboot ... XP started loading and just when the XP logo goes away ... Blue Screen of Death ... Stop: 0x0000007E (0xC00000005, 0xF775C750, 0xF79F430, 0xF79F712C) Any Ideas? Is this a problem because of was Intel now AMD? Thanks in advance Dale G.

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OK, here's what I did in the same case: After installing new motherboard, I booted from Windows XP CD and typed "R" to run the Recovery Console. I went into Windows\System32\Drivers and deleted every file whose name started with "Intel". Then I booted windows normally, it loaded and happily detected the new hardware (including new CPU). If you do not have windows CD, you can try booting in safe mode (it worked for me) and delete the files. But this might make the new hardware detection a bit less "clean", though it should still work OK.

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Hi dale, itsnot a good thing when you see the blue screen of death, cause recent changes hardware normaly maybeif you have changed from intel to amd using mobo and all parts are amd now , maybe if you reinstalled your operating system the new hardware that is installed will accept you software cheers steve good luck

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(I used a wall anchor like you would use for drywall)
3. superglue
4: about 15 minutes
5. some gumption
6. a bit of sandpaper, in case you screw up step 4.


step 0: You are about to void any warranty. Accept this, and move on. Take out the battery and the memory card.

step 1: remove case of camera. be careful not to strip or loose your your screws.

step 2: gently give the thing a shake. likely a tiny piece of black plastic will fall out. this is the piece that originally attached to the back of the zoom rocker button. if it doesn't come out, don't worry.

step 3: take a look at the back side of the still functioning side of the rocker button. you will see a tiny nub on the back. this nub compresses the pressure switch that is built into the circuit card of the camera, activating the zoom.

step 4: cut a piece of plastic that is about the right thickness to replace the missing nub on the non-functioning side of the button. you will be better off cutting it a bit too thick than too thin.

step 5a: VERY carefully superglue the bit of plastic to the back of the button. you don't need that much glue.

Setp 5b: let me repeat, YOU DON"T NEED THAT MUCH GLUE!

Step 6: Let the glue dry. completely. I mean it.

step 7: replace the case, and about half the screws. put the battery and card back in.

step 8. power on, and test the zoom. It should work now. if it feels like the button is too loose, or still isn't making contact, you cut the plastic too small; Sand or snip it off and start again.

Step 9. If it feels like the button is too hard to push, the plastic bit is too large. You can cut it down a bit, sand it, or just put the rest of the screws in and be thankfull that you repaired your camera for about 2 cents worth of material, and 15 minutes of work.

Step 10: make sure you don't have any extra parts. make sure you didn't screw up another button while you were mucking about.


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