- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
there maybe faulty installed hardware on your PC. remove those hardware like sound & video card (if any), PCI modem, CD/DVD ROM, etc. turn on your PC without those hardware & if/ there's nothings change?..it means that there is no wrong with your PC's hardware. turn the PC off, re insert IDE & power supplies cable of your hard disk drive to make it sure that the HDD is properly connected & being detect by the system. remove the memory card and clean or wipe the connector surface of the RAM with tissue paper. (change new memory card if needed). check the mother board C-MOS 3 volts battery if it is volts sufficiently .turn your desktop on & wait for good results.( Reformatting your OS is also recommended.)GOOD LUCK!
you have asus mb do this
remove hard disk ,cd/dvd rom and other devices as printer and floopy .
1- clear cmos
methed for clear cmos
(I) remove cmos cell. and plug it after 15 second.
you will see menu for prees f1 key.
(2) turn off computer , remove power cable (ac suplly) wait 15 second put a jumpher cap on cmos jumpher for 5 second.and remove.
after doing this plug the ac main power supply. turn on you computer go bios and save it as defalt by press f7.
Hello Mike, hi. I can trace your problem to the freezing up of your PC, which may possibly be caused by a faulty memory module, try replacing the memory with new ones, (well you may need to buy) and swap the old ones. test again to see if the program freezes. = )
It could be that your drive is just getting wore out.
It could be the amount of data on your hard drive. I have noticed systems do tend to operate poorly once the hard drive get's 50% or more full. This is because windows uses part of the hard drive as memory so when the hard drive is getting full it has less memory to work with and things start to slow down and even freeze.
One slight possibility could be that the power supply has become weak and is not able to deliver the necessary power to the burner as it used to. One way to test this is to remove all devices that consume power from the power supply except for the necessary ones like the hard drive, keyboard, and mouse and see if it improves any.
If you have another computer or have a friend with a computer you can try the dvd burner in you can rule out the power supply or the rest of your system, for that matter, being a problem.
try a new memory card. also try to reformat the memory card. dont take images you care about until resolved. i would try to remove the battery for about 10 seconds, and then reinstall, then reformat the memory card. if you still have the same issues, replace the memory card. it that does not cure it, you have a warranty repair to manage. good luck mark