Question about Computers & Internet
Plays games like minecraft fine but i think it has to do with my video card more than my motherboard causei i can still browse internet and stuff but if i play skyrim or mechwarrior 4 it crashes soon after i start playing and gives me a blinking green light that wont let me start the computer up till i turn the power supply off for a few secs
Run the software diagnostic coming with the computer or download from your manufacture supplier for fix it. or get support from them via ONLINE chat website.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I have built several gaming computers and if I had your problem, the first thing I would try is to add a stick of memory.Then I would get me a graphics card with some memory built on the board (256 meg). You motherboard should run a pci graphics card with no problem.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
Your computer needs a video-codec for it in order to play all the kinds of video and audio format. I will give this link to download the necessary codecs for your computer, hope this could help you. Good Luck..Thanks..
Just copy and paste this link into your internet browser.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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When it gets slow, start the Windows Task Manager.
Click the "Performance" tab.
Check what percentage of the CPU--power is being used.
Check what percentage of the RAM is being used.
Click the "Processes" tab.
Click the 'CPU' column-heading *TWICE* to sort the processes,
so that the "big" users of CPU are listed at the top.
Scan for computer-viruses.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
2 possible issues come to mind: 1) the computer is getting hot (CPU, memory or video card), 2) the power supply can't keep up with the demand.
Try using a program that lets your track your computer's internal temperature. System Information for Windows, http://www.gtopala.com/ , is the one I use. Depending on the cause, you may need to increase the ventilation of your case (add fans - slot cooler by the video card, front, back or side panel.). If the CPU is getting hot, make sure that the CPU cooler is working and consider removing it and reapplying a new layer of thermal paste before reattaching the cooler.
If the problem is the power supply, check the specs on your devices (memory, CPU, video card) and the power supply load rating. You may need to upgrade the power supply.
I hope this helps.
(I am not a gamer but the default power supply that came with my computer didn't have enough power for the added memory and video card. I replaced that and added a back fan (spot available), a slot cooler, a drive bay fan and cut a hole to add a side panel fan.)
Posted on May 08, 2010
Testimonial: "ty for the help, I am going to replace my power supply, and add another fan as well"
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