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Very slow booting

We have a new MachSpeed MSNV-939 motherboard that I just installed in my girlfriends computer about two weeks ago. It was fine at first, but then for no apparent reason it is now very slow to boot. When turning the computer on, everything goes okay up to the point where the desktop is displayed. It then takes a long time to finish booting and display the task bar. Once it finally does the computer seems to be fine.

Another annoying problem is when the computer is shut down it does not turn off the monitor like the old mobo used to and like mine does.

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Re: Very slow booting

If you're going to plug-in a video card you need to turn off the onboard video chip. Otherwise It sounds like a cold problem, you could heat areas of the motherboard with a hairdryer to find out..

Posted on Oct 18, 2007

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