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Hardware problem system

Gud day... the moment i open the pc it will automatically appear on the taskbar... intel cpu loading menu error, we need to press the f1 to resume the program... kindly notify what's best solution to this problem,...

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Re: hardware problem system

Hi!good pm...hope this will help...

go to the bios setup...load bios defaults or setup defaults then save and exit...


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Re: hardware problem system

This is known as case intrusion. It is an option in your bios & also a set of jumpers on the board. So you can disable this feature. Please check your manual. Look for the above. Once you turn off this function you will be able to open the case while the pc is running.

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I have intel celeron (r) processor maxtone motherboard=945GC(HIS) PROBLEM: i m getting blue screen error while playing games (when graphics are loaded) i need a maxtone945gc(his)motherboard drivers...

Hi, you can download the drivers here:

It should be intel drivers and remember to select your
operating system.

Your products homepage is here:

My guess is that you probably not having to much memory installed.
At least 3gb on 32 bit system and 4 gb on 64 bit system.
Or your cpu is slow as it is a single core cpu.

Maybe you have to invest in a bigger pc.
for the purpose to running games.

Hope this will help you.

Aug 17, 2011 | Intel CELERON 2.66Ghz CPU AND MOTHER BOARD...

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What is code 1 and code 28 and how to repair?

All computer hardware needs device drivers to communicate with the operating system. In Windows quite a few device drivers are included with the installation. But for a lot of hardware, special device drivers are required. If drivers are corrupted or not installed properly, Windows will report a device error. One of the device errors that the Windows Device Manager can report is a code 28 error.

A code 28 error means that there is no driver installed for the hardware device. Most likely Windows does not have a default driver for the device, or it would be installed. This means that a special driver from the hardware manufacturer is required. The code 28 error can occur for any type of device, USB devices, audio devices, video devices, etc. In general however the error will occur for the more exotic hardware since Windows already supports quite a few common devices by default.
To fix code 28 errors, it is required to install the drivers for the device that is causing the code 28 error. You can use the device manager to update the drivers. Select the device in error, right-click the device and in the pop-up menu select Update Driver Software. Windows will ask you for the location to install the drivers from, so make sure you download the drivers for the device from the hardware manufacturer’s website first, and select the local folder where you saved the download drivers for the update.

If you can not find the drivers for the device in error, or are not comfortable in using the Windows Device Manager, you can also use a driver update tool to find, download and update all device drivers for you. A driver update program will accurately identify your hardware, including the device in error, and automatically install the latest drivers for it. This will solve code 28 errors.
It is also recommended to have Windows configured for automatic updates. This will ensure that any new drivers that are supported by Microsoft will automatically install or get updated, so that your computer will be compatible with as many devices and hardware as possible.

Code 1:
Error (Code 1) is a known error that is caused by outdated or corrupt drivers. Failure to keep your drivers up to date could result with system malfunctions and device problems.
Solution: It is highly recommended that you update your drivers now to fix the problem.

More Info: Device Manager may report about and provide resolutions. To view the error codes, follow these steps:
Click Start, click Run, and in the Open box, type control panel.
In Control Panel, double-click System, click the Hardware tab, and then click Device Manager.
Double-click a device type. For example, double-click Modems to see the devices in that category.
Double-click a device to view its properties. If an error code has been generated, the code appears in the Device Status box that is on the General tab.

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Everytime i start my pc there is always an error say cpu ucode error f1 to resume

You need an other BIOS driver.
P6 and NetBurst micro-architecture microprocessors may contain design
defects or errors known as errata that may cause the product to deviate from
published specifications. Many times, the effects of the errata can be
avoided by implementing hardware or software work-arounds. Errata and work-
arounds are documented in the appropriate processor specification update,
which can be found at Intel P6 and NetBurst micro-
architecture microprocessors include a feature called "reprogrammable
, which allows certain types of errata to be worked around via
microcode updates. The microcode updates reside in the system BIOS and are
loaded into the processor by the system BIOS during Power-On Self Test, or

Jul 10, 2009 | ASUS Motherboards

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hi im josh of cbu phils. may i help you. the problem of your pc is hardware maybe there is a part there being loosen like memory or RAM try to tighten the memory or clean the memory bank that is the most common problem. second your hardisk tighten the ide cable and the last is your power supply do the same. good luck!

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Nov 20, 2008 | Intel CELERON 2.66Ghz CPU AND MOTHER BOARD...

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Intel cpu ucode loading error

You need to update the BIOS.

Go here to get the update, enter...
Product: motherboard
Series: Socket 775
Model: P5VD2-VM SE
Operating System

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Oct 16, 2008 | EliteGroup L7VMM2 Motherboard

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Pc prob

It seems like virus activities or you have any one software which automatically make system re-store.

If you have any anti virus software, make a complete scan for your system.
If you don't have any scanner you can try a free demo here.

Please post your feed-back in comment.

Gud Luck

Apr 17, 2008 | Intel CELERON 2.66Ghz CPU AND MOTHER BOARD...

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If your drivers are from trusted source just click ok continue when the windows signing for drivers pop up window appear.

Now if you click ok and then the system fails to load and then give you a blue error screen, its caused by either
  1. The hardware or its drivers cause conkflict to the system, because your drivers are not from a source you can trust and they are not in compliance with windows OS features and as a result can not run in a windows OS. So get a fresh copy of the drivers from a trusted source preferably the product manufacturer
  2. The hardware itself is faulty and on installing to XP it causes a conflict in which case you can try the Sound card on a different PC and see if it runs, otherwise you need to replace it.
  3. (Assuming XP has finished loading the OS) Sometimes XP fails to unistall the previous drivers, if this is that case goto the device manager (windows icon >right click > properties >hardware > device manager) select ypur current sound card unistall the driver that is there and then restart your machine and load the new drivers again

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Problem with mobo upgrade ... From Intel CPU to AMD CPU

hi dale, itsnot a good thing when you see the blue screen of death, cause recent changes hardware normaly maybeif you have changed from intel to amd using mobo and all parts are amd now , maybe if you reinstalled your operating system the new hardware that is installed will accept you software cheers steve good luck

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