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Re: unable to restart..
Give me the full model and manufacturer information on your computer. Is it made by one of the major brands, i.e. HP, Dell, etc or is it a barebones system? If barebones then I will need motherboard model # to go with the manufacturer information that you have given already. ECS is infamous for issues.
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Confirm the sound card drivers are installed moreover verify that old sound card is removed or disabled ? If both sound cards are active, there may be resource conflict that may cause your sound card is unable to produce sound.
Hi ;) When the computer first starts up hit the Delete but to get into the Bios or some computer use F1 or F2 to do this to. Once you are in the Bios find were it say SET BIOS TO DEFAULT and restart the computer it sould like the computer is having a hard time finding the harddrive there is a internal battery to keep the Bios memory and if it goes dead the bios can change.You might have to type in the setting of the harddrive manuallyor the hard driver could have got a virus that has deleted a file from the hard drive that you need to reboot with.
it is the problem your computer operating system or motherboard bios setup problem . You restart your pc after restart then press dell key then prevew your bios setup option then choice bios defalt setup then press F10 press Y restart your pc .
i have a ecs g31t-m with a pentium e5200 dual core. i bought the board from ebay and the bios needed to be flashed before it would reconize the processor. after flashing the bios i still had the same problem. i found that in the user manual there is a list of "qualified" ram. before looking at this list i tried some ram that was not on the list and it wouldn't boot. after changing the ram to one that was on the list it finally booted up. however, after getting it to boot and reloading win xp, i cant get any drivers to load for the onboard equipment. so now i'm stuck. i hope this helps and if someone can give me direction on the drivers i'd be in good shape.
The Motherboard should automatically detect the type of CPU. Mine did. I started off with a dual core and went to a quad and did nothing. After replacing with the new quad core the CPU was automaticaaly recognized at start up and it required me to do nothing.
If the system is rebooting itself, it may not be an issue with the drivers - there may be a hardware issue or an improperly seated CPU fan or other peripheral.
I'm not sure from your problem description whether you're able to get into Windows at all - does it just randomly reboot, or does it Blue Screen and never let you in at all?
If you're able to get into Windows and it reboots now and then, try installing the proper CPU drivers. For many games and some other applications, dual-core AMD CPUs require a specific driver. There's also a dual-core optimizer you may want to try. Check at the top of this list.
Otherwise, please be more descript as to when the system reboots and (if you know) what you think you might be doing when it reboots. Faulty memory (RAM) modules and CPUs are the main causes of systems rebooting (other things are generally at fault for freezing up or blue screens).