I was changing some values in BIO config,
I set up my CPU speed 800 (100x8) and something else under it , before was desabled, and set up it some MHRz 133 i think,
when I restart , cant load the BIO, the system proccess , the light is red 1 sec, and then turn green m, , beep 2 time and stay ,, keybord not connect or like no light on keyboard,,
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When you reset it, it reset not only the password but the setting for the memory bank as well. Just for startup purposes, only use one memory stick in bank A and remove the other. If that doesn't work, replace the one in bank A with the other but still only use one stick.
This is usually caused by the memory storing files for the reboot of the machine, also relating to the bios memory for the CPU.
Go to this site to see your current internet speed:<br />
<a href="http://www.speedtest.net/">www.speedtest.net</a><br />
Pick a server, for example: SEATTLE, WA.<br />
Remember the RESULT so that you will notice that this is working...<br />
- FASTER WEB PAGE LOADING:<br />
This tweak will help web pages load faster, it has no real effect on download speeds,<br />
just helps your pc look up websites faster thereby speeding up how fast the page loads and making web-surfing more enjoyable.<br />
Navigate to this registry entry and change the following settings:<br />
For XP & 2K<br />
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\Tcpip\ServiceProvider<br />
For 98, 98SE & ME<br />
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\VxD\MSTCP\ServiceProvider<br />
On the right for ALL OS's change these entries: (ALL values are HEXIDECIMAL)<br />
DnsPriority = 1<br />
HostsPriority = 1<br />
LocalPriority = 1<br />
NetbtPriority = 1<br />
To change the value right click on the value and select modify and enter the values above.<br />
here is another one.....<br />
go to start>run>regedit>then go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\Tcpip\Parameters<br />
right click anywhere in the left side of the window then select NEW
DWORD, then input the dword name, after the new registry entry is made,
double click it and input the dword value....<br />
dword name- SackOpts dword value-00000001<br />
dword name- TcpWindowSize dword value-0005ae4c<br />
dword name- Tcp1323Opts dword value-00000003<br />
dword name- DefaultTTL dword value-00000040<br />
dword name- EnablePMTUBHDetect dword value-00000000<br />
dword name- EnablePMTUDiscovery dword value-00000001<br />
dword name- GlobalMaxTcpWindowSize dword value-0005ae4c<br />
Firefox is in my opinion the best browser ever made until now. It includes:<br />-improved tabbed browsing<br />-pop up blocking<br />-integrated Goggle search<br />-enhanced privacy controls<br />-built-in phishing protection<br />-online spell checking<br />-lots of themes, interfaces, and extensions/addons<br />
Mozilla Firefox officially supports:<br />-Microsoft Windows<br />-Linux<br />-Mac OS X<br />
Unofficial Support:<br />-Free BSD<br />-OS/2<br />-Solaris<br />-SkyOS<br />-BeOS<br />-XP Professional x64 Edition<br />
Now here are some Tips&Tricks that can help you double the speed of Firefox.<br />
1. Type about:config in the address bar and then press Enter.<br />
2. In the filter search bar type network.http.pipelining. Be sure the value field is set true,if not double-click to set true.<br />
HTTP is the application-layer protocol that most web pages are transferred with. In HTTP 1.1, multiple requests can be sent before any responses are received. This is known as pipelining. Pipelining reduces page loading times, but not all servers support it.<br />
3. Go back to the filter search bar and type network.http.pipelining.maxrequests. Double-click this option and set its value to 8.<br />
4. In the filter search bar and type network.http.proxy.pipelining. Once opened double-click on it and set it to true.<br />
<br />5. In IPv6-capable DNS servers, an IPv4 address may be returned when an IPv6 address is requested. It is possible for Mozilla to recover from this misinformation, but a significant delay is introduced.<br />Type network.dns.disableIPv6 in the filter search bar and set this option to true by double clicking on it.<br />
6. CONTENT INTERRUPT PARSING<br />This preference controls if the application will interrupt parsing a page to respond to UI events. It does not exist by default.<br />Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window, select New and then Boolean from the pop-up menu. Then:<br />
A. Enter content.interrupt.parsing in the New boolean value pop-up window and click OK<br />
B. When prompted to choose the value for the new boolean, select true and click OK.<br />
7. Rather than wait until a page has completely downloaded to display it to the user, Mozilla applications will regularly render what has been received to that point. This option controls the maximum amount of time the application will be unresponsive while rendering pages.<br />
Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window, select New and then Integer from the pop-up menu.<br />
A. Enter content.max.tokenizing.time in the New integer value pop-up window and click OK<br />
B. You will be prompted to enter a value. Enter 2250000 and click OK.<br />
8. CONTENT NOTIFY INTERVAL <br />
This option sets the minimum amount of time to wait between reflows. Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window, select New and then Integer from the pop-up menu.<br />
A. Type content.notify.interval in the New integer value pop-up window and click OK.<br />
B. You will be prompted to enter a value. Enter 750000 and click OK.<br />
9. CONTENT NOTIFY ONTIMER<br />
A. This option sets if to reflow pages at an interval any higher than that specified by content.notify.interval. Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Boolean from the pop-up menu.<br />
B. Type content.notify.ontimer in the New boolean value pop-up window and click OK.<br />
C. You will be prompted to choose the value for the new boolean. Select true and click OK.<br />
10. Notify Backoffcount<br />This option controls the maximum number of times the content will do timer-based reflows. After this number has been reached, the page will only reflow once it is finished downloading. Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Integer from the pop-up menu.<br />
A. Enter content.notify.backoffcount in the New integer value pop-up window and click OK.<br />
B. You will be prompted to enter a value. Enter 5 and click OK.<br />
11. CONTENT SWITCH THRESHOLD<br />You can interact with a loading page when content.interrupt.parsing is set to true. When a page is loading, the application has two modes: a high frequency interrupt mode and a low frequency interrupt mode. The first one interrupts the parser more frequently to allow for greater UI responsiveness during page load.<br />
The low frequency interrupt mode interrupts the parser less frequently to allow for quicker page load. The application enters high frequency interrupt mode when you move the mouse or type on the keyboard and switch back to low frequency mode when you had no activity for a certain amount of time. This preference controls that amount of time. Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Integer from the pop-up menu.<br />
A. Enter content.switch.threshold in the New integer value pop-up window and click OK.<br />
B. You will be prompted to enter a value. Enter 750000 and click OK.<br />
<br />12. NGLAYOUT INITIALPAINT DELAY<br />Mozilla applications render web pages incrementally, they display what's been received of a page before the entire page has been downloaded. Since the start of a web page normally doesn't have much useful information to display, Mozilla applications will wait a short interval before first rendering a page. This preference controls that interval. Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Integer from the pop-up menu.<br />
A. Enter nglayout.initialpaint.delay in the New integer value pop-up window and click OK.<br />
B. You will be prompted to enter a value. Enter 0 and click OK.<br />
I think if the CPU run always on full speed and the noise is evident and bothers you ..it means that it has something that force the CPU to run on a higher temperature than normal one .. This can be the environment or a heat source you use in the room ..or just dust covering the heat dispenser and making necessary for the fan to run faster to compensate . running the system for long hours and having a high temperature in the room is probably the cause..To avoid damage ..try to clean teh heat dispenser (the aluminum part under the fan )..or at least to remove teh system cover and leave it cool better ..you can also install a second fan and this way assure a better cooling for the CPU ..
A cool heatsink points to a CPU failure, as the CPU is not processing data. Replacing the CPU at first would eliminate this, however, the CPU is unlikely to fail first unless it had been severely overheated, more likely that the board has developed a fault.
If you are however getting no beeps on start up, this does look like the CPU is the culprit
5.Type MaxConnectionsPerSe rver> u can set value (the more higher the
no, the more good speed u get, eg : 1000) by right clicking on
6. Create another DWORD>type MaxConnectionsPer1_ 0Server
7. Then put a high value as mentioned above
8. Then,Restart Internet Explorer...
1. To speed up internet browsing in Opera, go to Network under
Preferences, and set Max connections to a server to 16, and Max total
connections to 20.
default unless a page requires it. This is one of the biggest slowdowns
and take a long time to load. Remember F12 toggles these settings
easily and quickly.
3. Put the cache on a drive different to the one your operating system
is installed and keep the drives well defragmented. A good idea is to
put the cache directory on a flash disk. To put the cache somewhere
else, add the following line to the [User Prefs] section of opera6.ini:
You can find the opera6.ini file in C:\Documents and Settings\user\Application Data\Opera\Opera\profile.
4. Favicons will use resources, if you need absolutely minimal resource
usage, turn them off. You can do this by going to Tools ->
Preferences... -> Advanced -> Browsing and selecting Show no
icons under the Page icons section.
5. Use standard windows skin, and disable special effects, which will save a few CPU cycles.
6. One more thing. You can change the process priority of Opera to get
a further enhancement (set to high). Do this only if you are not
multitasking with other apps.
Ensure that the power button is pressed and the monitor is plugged in correctly. If ok, then the installation was stopped while installing your video drivers. If possible use another monitor to re-load the xp operating system until completed. Once the video monitor drivers are loaded the monitor will work again. Let me know if you have any questions.
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Make sure you have used the proper Fan connection on the motherboard and that you used all the pins in it. Usually it consists of 3 to 4 pins for CPU fans. Does your Fan have 3 pins? If not then it is not compatible for Fan Speeds. Also check your BIOS for Fan adjustments.
Hope this helps.
Here is the link for all the various support manuals, software and instructions for your PC if you need them;
CPU fans should be plugged into the CPU fan power socket on the motherboard, in order to receive variable speed control instructions. If the fan has been incorrectly connected to a different motherboard fan socket, or directly to the power supply then it will run at a constant speed.
If it is correctly plugged in to the correct socket, then the hardware management software (there are many possible options here - please post back with which management software you are using and I can give more specific instructions) that comes with the PC should allow you to change the settings - you can change the temperature range at which the cpu fan will go into higher speed mode - it sounds like you may have this set too high
You should also be able to control the fans from the BIOS set-up menu - this should be accessible when you boot up. usually it will be by pressing F8, but all systems are set up slightly differently. watch the screen as you boot up and it should give instructions for this.
Hope this helps, please give more details of how your machine is set up if you need more specific help :)