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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try pressing F2 and look in the bios for a setting that says "Load Bios defaults". If you have any PCMCI cards inserted please remove them first and try a re-boot.
Have you added any new components on the PCI bus? If you have you need to make sure that the BIOS is allowed to reconfigure the interrupts. The device in slot 03 is conflicting with the integrated network controller hosted on the PCI bus. Remove the device in slot 3 and all should be well.
Most BIOS manufacturers allow the PC/Laptop to manage it's own interrupts, so ensure the device you've inserted allows for this. If it uses fixed interrupts this might be your problem.
A good manual should details the BIOS setting you can adjust in order to get the PCI controller happy again and allow the machine to POST correctly.
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Posted on Jan 04, 2008
You should try clearing the cmos battery. It's a small battery on the motherboard that can be taken off. Take it off for 20 minutes and put it back in. Then boot up again.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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You have a n IRQ conflict meaning you have a device that is trying to use an IRQ slot that its not meant to talk on. From the looks of it you have been in the bios already so go back in and set it to factory default.
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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