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Booting problem can u help me again?last time i fixed my last prob.thanks for the solution i really apreciate.heres another prob of my comp.when u turn on the pc it stay along time in the disply of mother board model before download the windows it takes 1 mins .but when it download the windows its no browsing its like before.can you give me some idea?about this prob?

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Re: booting problem

Fuck you asshole!!! are you retarded you dont no what are you doing. best solution is throw your computer in your window and your problem is done. ok peace men

Posted on Mar 03, 2008

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Re: booting problem

So i guess your problem that its taking long time On POST before switch to windows.
best possibility can be the disk drive connections, after checking processor ram and stuff its searching for drivers if you have any conflict on drives such as master slave configuration it will take bit time. take a look at drive setting hope this will help you.

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First of all disconnect the Hard Disk do a check of switching on your comp and leaving it in on condition till you switch it off , repeat this exercise to ensure that there are no hardware problems . If your checks yield positive results then all you have to do is clean your hard disk thoroughly of any prevoius installations using the hard disk prep tools which you can download or obtain from vendor and then reinstall the OS .

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he will have to strip the system to only 3 component and test them
1 stick memory /cpu and fand / video card that is all that should be connected. then pull memory of video card does it beep. if not the cpu or board is not posting at all.

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