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Hello, I have a Gateway M-7315u notebook computer with Windows Vista. Rcencently I started getting the following message upon boot up: First it beeps one short beep, then: Phoenix SecureCore (tm) NB Copyright 1985-2007 Phoenix Technologies LTD. All Rights Reserved BIOS version 96.04 1024 KB L2 cache System BIOS shadowed Video BIOS shadowed Fixed Disk 0: Hitachi HTS542525K9SA00 ATAPI CD-ROM: Optiarc DVD RW AD-75605 Mouse initialized System Configuration Data updated ERROR Resource Conflict-PCI on Motherboard Bus: 07, Device:09, Function:04 ERROR Resource COnflict-PCI on Motherboard Bus:07, Device:09, Function:06 Press to resume to setup upon pressing F1 it resumes booting Windows Vista with no problem, and is normal from there, so it isn't a major big deal; however, I am concerned that this could be a future problem, and given that this is not my computer (it belongs to a friend's that I agreed to help clean the hard drive for, I would like to fix this problem. I have already went into the BIOS and loaded the default, that didn't fix it. Next, I checked the Device manager under view by resource type, and there are no conflicts, but under nothing shows up for Bus:07, Device:09, Function:04 or 06. I am unsure what to do next. Could someone help me?
I would run chkdsk/f on your hdd as errors like this can be caused by system file issues. Go to my computer, right click on drive C and choose properties than tools and then click Check Now. After that run ASC from iobit, a free registry cleaner that actually works!
Posted on Mar 23, 2014
Testimonial: "Thanks so much for the suggestion. I am currently running chkdsk now, but it has been stuck at 81% for about two hours now, any suggestions on why that is, and what I can do about it?"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
locate the cmos/bios jumper below your memory ddr2 modules (J2) you need to be sure to make contact trought this jumper pe.-with a screwdriver, put back your memory modules and turn on your laptop, this process will clear your cmos/bios memory, you will need to setup your dates.
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Posted on Apr 28, 2009
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