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My d101ggc mother bord with p4 procesor and 1gb ram i am using. my pc is restarting and finally i found that their was a problem with bios my bios vertion is gc11010n.86a.0313(after the updation). i wants to recoverry of my bios. i am unable to find my recovery file ****.bio file. can any one provide that so that i can happy and my problem can solve with that. My previous bios vertion is gc11010n.86a.0311. waiting for some one's help. ANIL KUMAR CHOWDARY.

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I dont think that it is the bios problem bios work is over when the system is booted it has nothing to do with that it can be hardware conflict or may be RAM

pls check RAM try re fitting the RAM or try alt RAM chips and see if it helps normally it happens in these cases

pls let me know so i can help more

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I have intel 101 Ggc Mother board and intel pentium D processor , i was using 756MB ram (512+ 256MB) RAM. But after i brought 1 GB ram and Used it instead of 256 MB Ram the system started restarting...


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).

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Hello! I have a D101GGC motherboard and I want to upgrade my memory, I mean now i have two RAMs at 250MB and i bought one DDR 1GB PC3200 400MHZ CL3 KINGMAX MPXD4. The problem is that the PC doesn't...


Hi,
Please check the speed in MHZ of old RAM and New 1GB RAM.
Some times if speed wont match this problem occur.
Remove old RAMs and add only 1GB RAM and start the system.

I hope it will help you.

Thanks for using FixYa.

May 31, 2011 | Intel D101GGC Motherboard

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2 RAMs are not getting detected together -- Intel D101GGC


hi im josh in cebu phils. friend no setting to be modified the problem is in *********** board.it can not detect two memory at a time especially having different value. coz when the memory works it will swap since one of the memory is hgher it will create complications.so to avoid such problem you choose to use the same value of memory in both memory banks. like if youre using 256 of the 1st memory bank use alson 256 for 2nd memory bank. then try to use the same brand for better. good luck!

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Vista compatiable


intel doesnt list any vista drivers for that motherboard on there site so you might run into problems with the intergraded devices such as the ethernet,audio,chipset, & any intergraded video

You might be able to use the xp drivers but if theres problems it wouldnt be supported by intel

Nov 26, 2008 | Intel D101GGC Motherboard

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Vista


hi!!

yes!! if you update
try to update your driver

download the latest driver
click the link below

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d101ggc/

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Restart


dear chama119
scan your pc in safemode by updating your antiviruse(plz disable system restor)

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Over sound heard from mother board processor fan


the speed of the fan is done by the motherboard, the harder the procesor is working the faster the fan speeds are. There probably was thermal paste between the processor and heatsink but some may have dissipated. If you are applying paste on, put a very thin layer, as too much can be as bad as not enough. clean the fan off of any dust and the heatsink and ensure that there is plenty of room in pc for air circulation.

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