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CRC Errors I keep getting CRC errors but when my pc loads up it says I 1.8v bios?? I though 1.7 and above fixed this??

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  • paco27 May 25, 2009

    where can i find that? I checked my bios and I dont have the option to change battery?

  • paco27 May 25, 2009

    O, the 1 that looks like a watch battery? So u think it maybe running low?

  • paco27 May 25, 2009

    Well I put in another 1 i had another pc! Then I went to my default BIOS and so far Im not getting CRC errors! I still curious if it was the overclocking that caused this? Standard 1100mhz overclocked to 2500mhz!!

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Bios battery is supposed to provide 3v, change the cmos battery.

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  • Dudeman321 May 25, 2009

    CMOS battery is located to the top right of the PCI slots in your board it's a button cell battery and is readily available.

  • Dudeman321 May 25, 2009

    Yep thats it for sure, its a bit larger than your average watch battery but yep, know what ya mean.

  • Dudeman321 May 26, 2009

    No overclocking won't cause that, aslong as there is no big heat near the battery.

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Change your CRC bios battery.

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! "....CRC failed in 06 - Track 6.mp3. The file is corrupt"


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Very likely the RAR file is corrupt and if its not from a source you trust then more so that its corrupt and maybe malware infested.
If its a source you trust ask then to ZIP the file rather than RAR and try again. Odd occasion you may need to disable your anti-virus application and then un RAR the file, but in most cases with CRC errors the file is corrupt.

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Bad Locksum BIOS CD_Rom not found when I try to


it's not locksum ,its Check SUM or CRC errors.
what OP, are you running,? windows what. i guess.

the CMOS battery just died.
install a new one.
all puters this old do that, the battery is good for 7-10 years,
and all fail.
DO NOT FLASH your BIOS, fix the real problem first

when the battery dies, all our bios setting were lost
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How to fix file \i386\ntkrnlmp.exe error 7


Depending on the cause of error, you need to either change your BIOS settings to default or replace the faulty RAM to resolve it.
Change BIOS settings to default

To apply default BIOS settings, enter your BIOS setup, select and save the default BIOS settings.

Restart your computer

During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup usually the Delete or F2 key
this will vary depending on your computer and operating system

Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS using the arrow keys load failsafe defaults or load optimised defaults press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart

Note: When your system loads, the text in the bottom part of the screen contains information on which key you need to press to enter the BIOS setup.

Also, before changing your BIOS settings, note the current settings.


This information will come in handy if you need to revert to your old settings later.

Replace the faulty RAM

If you find your BIOS settings were already set to default, the cause of the above errors could be faulty RAM.

If you have only one RAM installed, then replace it with new RAM to fix the error. In case you have multiple RAM chips, then to identify the faulty RAM chip, take out all the RAM chips, insert them one by one and restart your computer each time.

Discard or replace the RAM chip that generates the error after installing.

Note: You can also use the help of a reliable memory diagnostic tool to identify the corrupt memory module.

Besides incorrect BIOS settings or faulty hardware, another major cause of recurring exe errors is malware infection.

Malware, such as worms and viruses deliberately change the reference points of exe files in the registry.

As a result, exe errors, such as ntkrnlmp.exe errors occur every time an application tries to execute the infected file.

To prevent malware from causing exe errors on your computer, we recommend you secure your PC by installing robust antimalware software, such as Antivirus Plus and StopZilla.

Also, schedule regular malware scans of your entire PC and keep your antimalware software updated with the latest virus definitions and security updates.

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Furthermore, ensure that your registry is clean and devoid of unwanted information.

Oftentimes, registry issues are found to be the root cause of many system errors, including exe errors.

Perform regular registry scans using efficient registry cleaning software,
such as RegGenie,or http://download.cnet.com/ccleaner/
registry cleaner its also free
to eliminate any incorrect and corrupt entries from your registry.

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No possible bios file found


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Restart your computer

During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup usually the Delete or F2 key
this will vary depending on your computer and operating system

Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS using the arrow keys load failsafe defaults or load optimized defaults press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart


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Find and fix errors in your system BIOS
BIOS Patcher can find and fix errors in your system BIOS (only AWARD BIOS for now) and also it can add or open new features, i.e. some features that your BIOS has but they are closed by manufacturer of your motherboard. It scans rom file. If it finds any known errors it fixes the errors. If it finds any closed features it opens it. hope this helps

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Hi when i trying to load os it gives crc error sometimes at 4% sometimes at 18 % please help


Issue:

Cyclic Redundancy Check or CRC error.
Cause:

This error message could be generated by any of the below reasons.

1. During the transmission of the file it became corrupt or bad

2. The file was sent inappropriately

3. The device being opened from is bad or contains errors

4. The file itself is bad or the program attempting to open the file is bad.

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DMA driver error CRC error G sonyDVD RW AD 72605


CRC errors can occur due to many different types of problems. Some of these problems are:
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  3. Problems with the device that is accessing or opening the file.
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Let's now have a look at the methods you can use to resolve some of the common CRC errors on your Windows system.
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You may encounter CRC errors while trying to transmit files over a network or a modem connection if there are problems with the connection you are using or there are data collisions occurring during the transmission due to heavy traffic.
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To resolve these problems, you can try the following:
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After formatting my pc is unable to run


(1)When you power up the computer press F8 key thne if you are able to see safe mode and other menu then enter in safe mode.Then go to start menu->run type in run "chkdsk /r"
thne press "y" then scan your computer with antivirus. uninstall that antivirus because sometimes it conflict to windows.
then restart computer thne wait untill it check disk and fix errors.
Then you can see desktop screen.
(2)But if you are not able to enter in safe mode then you need windows disk or recovery disk.
Then boot computer with that disk.
For that when you power up the computer press F1 or F2 or "del" key to enter in bios .
Then go to boot option and set frist boot device as your cd or dvd drive.
Then save and exit settings.
Then insert disk in rom then it boot with that disk.
then follow the procedure and enter in recovery console .
Type in console prompt "chkdsk /r"
the press "y"
then it fix error on disk.
Then check in normal mode if still not load windows then follow above procedure again but this time select repair previous windows option so it repairs old windows and you get your old windows .
Let me know if you need further assistance.,
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Cyclic redundancy


A cyclic redundancy check (CRC) is a non-secure hash function designed to detect accidental changes to raw computer data, and commonly used in digital networks and storage devices such as hard disk drives. A CRC-enabled device calculates a short, fixed-length binary sequence, known as the CRC code or just CRC, for each block of data and sends or stores them both together. When a block is read or received the device repeats the calculation; if the new CRC does not match (or in some cases, cancel out) the one calculated earlier then the block contains a data error and the device may take corrective action such as rereading or requesting the block be sent again.[1]
CRCs are so called as the check (data verification) code is a redundancy (it adds zero information) and cyclic (the message data circulates in the check code during calculation).[citation needed] The term CRC may refer to the check code or to the function that calculates it, which accepts data streams of any length as input but always outputs a fixed-length code. CRCs are popular because they are simple to implement in binary hardware, are easy to analyse mathematically, and are particularly good at detecting common errors caused by noise in transmission channels. The CRC was invented by W. Wesley Peterson, and published in his 1961 paper.[2] The IEEE-recommended 32-bit CRC, used in Ethernet and elsewhere, appeared at a telecommunications conference in 1975.[3] thats why you are having problems, most like likely it's a hardware issue such as hard drive, or an item you have on your computer. you can further research this issue and maybe it will help you resolve your problem. hope this helps

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I have an ei system 103a desktop i have had to sytem restore now when i turn pc on it tells me to press f1 to start windows i have tried going into the bios and boot from hardisk but still have the problem...


The 'Press F1 to continue" message is a result of an error caused as the BIOS does its hardware checks during the boot process.

The BIOS boot process (bootstrap) preceeds the loading of the operating system.

The most amusing example of this occurs if you unplug a ps2 keyboard, 
1, it generates the error
2, pressing F1 does no good because the keyboard is not plugged in.
3, if its ps2, you will need to do a hardware reset after plugging the keyboard in again.

The bios can be set to 'halt on'
'no errors' which will stop the error message appearing.
'keyboard errors' see above
'all errors' any hardware failure detected by the bios will halt the boot process and give the above message.

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Chances are since the system CRC1'd it has a very old BIOS revision. From version 1.10 on, the CRC issue has been fixed. So, get the latest BIOS from IBM, T21 BIOS: ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/pc/pccbbs/mobiles/spsdkz34.exe and flash the BIOS. Reboot the system and verify the updated BIOS. Now power down the system, desolder the known good EEPROM and resolder the CRC1 EEPROM. Boot the machine and hit ESC when the splash screen comes up and watch the post screen. The new BIOS should have recalculated the EEPROM checksum and written the changes to it. You'll know if it worked because the CRC1 error will be gone.

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