Question about PC Chips M848ALU Motherboard
It's is possible the CMOS battery is bad. If you added any additional parts to the computer, Hard drive, video card ect.. the current power supply may not have enough watts to handle the extra load. My personal experience this issue was two. First, there was a problem with my Windows XP system and the second time it was a bad power supply. First make sure you are grounded and check inside the computer case for loose connections. If your not sure if you have enough power from you power supply to handle the PC components click this link " Cooler Master Power Supply Calculator". If you are not getting any windows error messagess or error codes I would look to the power suppliy first. Hope this helps you.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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