Question about Intel D946GZIS Motherboard
Did you plug-in the power cord on your GForce7950GT?
Did you set bios setting, "Advanced " PCI Express configuration to Enable? Lastly are you sure the PCIE is correctly seated?
While in the case please re-check all data & power connectors.
Your system has a virus. It's called the blaster virus.
I understand you reformated but the virus can sit in memory too.
Suggest you go to the link below.
After running software to remove blaster you'll need to do some other things.
1. You have to shut off windows system restore. (the virus could have been save in system restore). (Take no chances).
2. Shut down the PC & unplug the power cord. Than remove your memory for about a minute & reseat it.
3. Connect the power cable & start the PC. Go back into system restore & turn it back on.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
Oh sir plz insert a video disk ok
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
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