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My PC stop working , beep and not load anything ,

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,,

please hell me .. how i can fix this ?

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  • haik Dec 29, 2007

    I have PC , Pentium lll 450hrz, and it has W2000

  • haik Dec 29, 2007

    yes, but, this happens when i reset the config in bio .. i dont think any connection has problem..why it should?

  • haik Dec 29, 2007

    PC100 BX1440 this is like my motherboard, and it looks, the metalic part , desconnect from the base here is the image of that

  • haik Dec 29, 2007

    this is the image of my motherboard



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Hi there, check up for some loose connection. a memory card, a vide card and some power supply connectors. ty

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Firefox Tweak to max speed

There are dozens of articles on how to speed up and optimize Mozilla Firefox using various tweaks to the default Firefox settings. I've used Firefox for years now and when I upgrade from one PC to another I always forget my top tweaks I use to make Firefox faster and then have to research them again. So now I'm going to document my favorite speed tweaks here on my blog for future reference.<br /><br />1) Tweak the page render time from 250ms to 0ms.<br />This value is the amount of time the browser waits before it displays the web page. 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 (default: 250ms) before first rendering a page. 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By default it is set to '-1' to automatically decide the maximum memory to use to cache decoded images, messages, and chrome based on the total amount of RAM. Here's the default values depending on your RAM:<br /><br />Physical RAM Memory Cache (in KB)<br />32 MB 2048<br />64 MB 4096<br />128 MB 6144<br />256 MB 10240<br />512 MB 14336<br />1 GB 18432<br />2 GB 24576<br />4 GB 30720<br />8 GB and up 32768<br /><br />The default values are a bit on the low-side. For instance, I have 16GB on my PC, so I can easily bump the automatic 32676 setting to double or even triple that. If you set this to a high fixed value you will see noticeably improved back/forward button performance while going many steps back/forward within Firefox.<br /><br />How:<br />In the about:config page, you can search for 'browser.cache.memory.capacity'. If it's not there, just add it with the type 'Integer' and set the Integer value to a high value. I set mine to 131072.<br /><br />4) This tweak is debatable. I've read changing content.notify.backoffcount can improve performance. What does this parameter do? According to Mozilla, "Rather than wait until a page has completely downloaded to display it to the user, Mozilla applications will periodically render what has been received to that point. Because reflowing the page every time additional data is received greatly slows down total page load time, a timer was added so that the page would not reflow too often. This preference 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."<br /><br />So, if a page reflows too often, it can slow down your browser. 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Here's something for broadband people that will really speed Firefox up:

1.Type "about:config" into the address bar and hit return. Scroll down and look for the following entries:

network.http.pipelining network.http.proxy.pipelining network.http.pipelining.maxrequests

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3. Lastly right-click anywhere and select New-> Integer. Name it "nglayout.initialpaint.delay" and set its value to "0". This value is the amount of time the browser waits before it acts on information it recieves.

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Dell xps demension. When I turn on the power botton fan comes on at a really fast speed but nothing else comes on. Doesn't load anything??

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