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System become hang when operating sys. is load. and if load then after few day it says boot failure and hdd. detect but not support what is the problem in my system. i already change my hdd. and ram but problem same what i do

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Reinstall your os nd install lesser programs on c drive...

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Make sure you have your hard drive selection on cable select on the back of you hard drive. Also did you change the ribbon cable when you changed hard drives?

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At first my computer cant detect my Maxtor HDD. but when i connect the sata port as a slave , it can detect the HDD. but after that it is showing " Disk but failure...." or " Disk read...


Restart the system and then press delete key when the computer start up then set the first boot to CD/DVD ROM then press F10 (save) and follow the instruction "press any key to boot from CD/DVD ROM after that First try to repair and if it's not satisfy. Please to format your Hard Disk

Hope it'll be helpful to you
All the Best!

Jun 30, 2011 | Gigabyte GA-945GM-S2 (0818313003065)...

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When I start the machine it is only showing mother board name further it is nor processing also no cursor coming


Your system is not booting

You remove all HDD/ DVD/and any other device

Power on with only mother board,

It will initialise all and rest with a message "BOOT FAILURE"

It means the M/B is good

Then connect the HDD and power on.

If not proced then try to re-load the operating system.

please vote for me if your problem sort out .

Let me know

Alex

May 21, 2011 | Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard

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My system Processor is working, but its not Displaying anything. Sometime its displayed, but hangs and reboot or shutdown.Send me suggestion what should i do to solve this problem.My system Configuration...


There are different possibilities for system hang up. I want you to find it your self from following my simple instruction.

1. (when computer is turn on) Check temperature... overheating can cause system to hang up, it can cause the system to reboot, it can cause the fatal error message and turns your screen to blue. Overheating is cause by exhaust fan or blower not working. Find this blower or exhaust fan on top of the processor, as built in fan in your video card, attached on your power supply and on the casing of your computer. Replace non working fan or blower.

2. Check video card...faulty video card can cause your system to hang up. It can cause also your system to go on blank screen. Most common problem is loosen connection of video card from the motherboard. Disconnect and reseat the video card properly. Inspect the fan, if not working then video card will overheat and system fail. If you previously see moving colors in your screen especially small boxes, or discoloration and screen going black and white then it means video card is already failing. You will need to replace it.

3. Check for hardware failure. keyboard, mouse lan card can cause your system to halt and hang. You will need to disconnect this first when booting and see if by removing this hardware will complete the system to boot up to operating system. Replace faulty one.

4. Harddisk failure. when computer reset or will not boot up completely then hard disk usually cause this problem. Initial remedy is to reseat its connection sata, ide or power supply connector.
If you hear ticking sound in the harddisk or excessive vibration then it will need replacement.

5. Operating system corrupted. this can cause your computer not to boot up properly and hang the system. Reformat and reinstallation of operating system is required.

6. Power supply failure. you need to check the output voltage. dropping of voltage can be cause bi leaking capacitor in the power supply unit. replace it with exact value. Voltage should read +12VDC for yellow, +5VDC for red. and should be stable even with load.

let me know which one cause it.

Feb 07, 2011 | Intel D845GVSR Motherboard

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Dear Fixya, my GA 6bx7 (Intel bx440) , GA GF400mx,JNC 235 W Power,Cel 900Mhz start clicking just seconds after (or during) Post (no Hdd ). In Bios signal sound more loudly. There is second or more...


your hard drive is dying or dead,mouse and keyboard ps2 will normally work with operating sys,try with another h/drive should work clicking are heads crashing good luck!

Jan 08, 2011 | Intel Motherboard

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My PC with 865PE Neo2-FIS2R doesn't boot on SATA HDD... It actually runs windows server 2000. but after an unexpected power shutdown... the pc always boot on Managed PC Boot... upon checking on the Boot...


Hi Good day!! well i think your board didn't detect your HDD for some reason:
1. unexpected shutdown
2. cable not properly connect in HDD to motherboard
3. HDD have been damage because of improper shutdown.

here are the step to detect your HDD
1.pull out your cable from the HDD and then re-insert it make sure it its inserted properly.
2.go to CMOS and then in the "MAIN menu" check the primary master, primary slave, etc. in the primary master your HDD should be detect there. if not enter your primary master for auto detecting.
if nothing happens and still not detected you must replace the cable of your HDD.

Pls. Reply to help you more

Regards
JR



Oct 07, 2010 | MSI 865PE Neo2-FIS2R (MS-6728-030)...

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About disk boot failure


Hi!

Disk boot failure means that your BIOS can't find the master boot record of your computer which resides in the hard disk or a floppy disk.

This indication means that your hard disk drive is not detected by your BIOS or their is no operating system installed with it.

Have a nice day!

Jun 02, 2010 | Foxconn WinFast K7S741MG Motherboard for...

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MSI RC410 - cannot detect Sata HDD


i think the problem is with ur SATA HDD. To confirm, try another SATA HDD on ur mother board and see if the problem persists

Sep 20, 2009 | ASUS P5RD1-VM Motherboard

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Mother board cant detect my Sata HDD, please advise me urgenly...


I will advice you to exchange the HDD with someone or with brand new one as it seems to be problem with drivers of the sata.

Sep 20, 2009 | MSI RC410M-L Motherboard

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Windows XP not starting after power outage


I have just in fact a few days ago came across a similar issue. As to whether or not your hdd needs to be replaced is uncertain. What I can tell you is it seems as though the MBR or master boot record has become corrupt or one of the reader arms inside the hdd has failed.
Refering to the corrupted theory, may be simply fixed by booting off of a win xp cd and reformatting your drive and reinstalling windows after the format.

HOWEVER

In my case even booting off of a xp cd did not resolve the issue, every time anything would attempt to read from the hdd the computer would reboot. I suspected hdd failure at first, but this was not the case. It turns out it was a virus that infected the ntfs.sys and the MBR and put a binary code into those 2 files to reboot the machine.

Luckily at work (IT industry) I have a norton ghost server and was successfull at reimageing the hdd, doing so erases the MBR and everything else for that matter and rewrites it. However in doing so I lost all data that was on the hdd to begin with.

If you are not very tech savvy I would probably recommend hdd replacement however since you do have a HP which was prebuilt with xp, you don't have a xp install cd and thus unable to reload windows. I recommend finding a friend that has the xp install cd or you will have to go to the store and buy XP.

Nov 19, 2008 | ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard

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Cmos problem


first load bios default settings then save.
then set your date and time.
detect your hard drive if your harddrive has win xp u not need to reinstall u just detect your hardisk then restart your sys will be boot with hdd.

Mar 26, 2008 | ASUS P4S800D-X Motherboard

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