I cannot see the bootscreen i used to see when starting my windows ?the screen with the blue background where intel is written it is now replaced by a dos like written page i even formated nothing happened and my soundcard driver is always out of date excuse me for my bad english ,if anybody can help plz do ,,thank u
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There is a chance that you have faulty RAM module. If computer is stable on POST (until Windows boot-up) I would suggest to use some testing tools to test that RAM with your motherboard. There is a good program called MemTest. You can find it online if you search Hirens Boot CD. Download it, burn image to disk, put 1GB RAM into motherboard, start-up PC and boot from CD. Then you'll search for Memtest program. I would suggest to leave PC for at least 6 hours for testing to find out if it's faulty or not (better to leave for 24 hours).
You can download the motherboard
drivers from Intel WEB site. Select your model motherboard/device, and make
sure you select the Windows XP or Vista version of the drivers that matches
your Windows operating system.
Please click on this link and
select your model motherboard : -
1. Download and install TuneUp Utilities from the following link: Download TuneUp Utilities You can either purchase the full version or download 30 days trial version. After installation, run it from desktop or from Programs menu or by right-clicking on My computer icon and select "TuneUp Utilities" 2. Click on Customize Windows -> TuneUp Styler 3. It'll open a new window. Click on "Boot Screen" link in left-side pane 4. Now click on "Add -> Load Boot Screen From File..." option 5. Select your boot screen file and click on "Install Boot Screen" button 6. You can also create your own boot screens. To create new boot screen, click on "New Screen" button. It'll open a new window. Now click on "Search Local Drives" link and select the image. 7. Once you finish, click on "Save boot screen" link and provide a name to your boot screen. 8. You can even see the preview of the boot screen by clicking on "Show large preview" link or by clicking on the image in Preview pane 9. Your new boot screen is ready. You can apply it by clicking on "Install Boot Screen" button.
if u boot by own harddisk u desable the booting devises else than hdd and cd rom by using (in POST screen ) DEL or F2 ,and select boot devices -desable the lan boot OR select the only one boot device that is HDD ,then save and exit using F10 or refer onboard instructons
make sure TRY TO OTHER BOOT DEVICES is enabled (if u got BOOT FAIURE massage at first start up)
all the best ,keep trying,