Question about Intel Computers & Internet
My computer shuts-off suddenly and often hangs while working with windows and prior to starting windows, I have noticed that my intel p4 3.0 ghz pinless processor has got a dark spot on it and my motherboard is Lenovo 20KT48AUS with 2 gb ram, but 1 socket pin is bent on my motherboard, what should I do?
It may be the temperature problem. If the heatsink and the fan does not sit tight on processor the heat from the processor will not be dissipated properly and the heat rises up and the processor shuts off as soon as it starts working. So please see that the heat sink and the fan on the mother board sits tight. Also apply heatsink paste on the surface of the processor which comes in to contact with the heatsink. It comes filled in Syringe and retails around Rs.10-20 only. I think it will solve your shotdown problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: upgradation to 1 gb ram
Go to this site http://www.crucial.com/ and follow the instructions and it will give you the ram that is compatible for your system.
Without knowing the manufacturer
and model it is difficult to give you the info. Use the site above and it will be specific.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
That additional RMA will be good for your computer so it will be much faster and don't worry everything should work fine there after adding new RAM to your computer....
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
That additional RAM will be good for your computer so it will be much faster and don't worry everything should work fine there after adding new RAM to your computer....
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
I have to assume the sound is derived from the mother board. We'll need the Manufacturer of the motherboard (not the chips) i.e. Intel, Assus etc. and the model # which should be printed very close to the manufacturers name.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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