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HELP first hello i cant play the game red alert on my pc and i try evry thing else even i try it on my friends computer with asus motherboard and play very good pleade help me what to do? thanks tahabadran13@yahoo.com

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    Dave MacPhee May 11, 2010

    What are your system specs?? (ie, operating system, processor, ram, graphics card, etc...)

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Make shure you have the latest directX 9.0c installed

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Im using foxcom N15235 motherboard with Phonix-AwardBIOS v6.00PG Procerssor Intel(R) Celeron(R)CPU 430@1.80GHz Memory:896RAM DirectX 9.0c But i can play games wat must i buy so i can play pc video games


You may not need to upgrade your computer to play PC games.
I recommend before you purchase a PC game, have a look at the PC requirements on the packaging on the box for that game you wish to buy and it will state the minimum PC requirements for that PC game.

May 20, 2012 | Foxconn Barebone Systems

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I have HCL Beanstalk Desktop, Monitor - Samsung Syncmaster 794MG. I don't have a ups. I get frequent powercuts in here resulting in interrupted shutdown of the computer. Sometimes while playing a game...


You seem to have a corrupt display card. Is it on board or do you have a separate graphics card installed in your PC. Either way on restart graphics processor is not turning on. What does the Power and HDD indicator on the PC show during boot up. You could also have damaged the Hard Disk because of your abrupt shutdowns. You can open the side cover and try disconnecting the HDD power (Yellow, Black & Red ) cable and IDE ( 40 pin flat ribbon wire ) cable and try restarting. If your monitor starts up and shows BIOS page you have a faulty HDD. Also see if the processor fan is a working when you start the PC. If not you have a failed mother board. Are you getting the boot up RAM beep. If not before you do any of the above mentioned things Just pull out the RAM ( with PC unplugged ) and reinsert into the slot. It might get your PC working after all

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I have an ASUS P5GLV-MX ACPI- computer. when I turn on my computer,sometimes it will boot up and sometimes it will not. it will just freeze up and sometimes it will say fan error or sometimes it will ask...


Sounds like a RAM issue, or failing motherboard.
However, first thing I'd do is boot into the bios and set the bios to "defaults" or "optimum defaults" or whatever safe-defaults option there is (might be in the last tab/menu/page where you exit or save). Sometimes we inadvertently make a change in the bios which causes issues like this, and resetting things to "stock" settings will fix this.

The CHEAPEST and first thing after that I'd do is replace that bios battery (Cr2032 as I recall).

Then I'd download and reinstall the Bios, if the problem persists.

This is often what happens when small things begin to fail on a motherboard. It could be the battery, or a small regulator circuit or diode for timing or RAM or bios functions. I've got some older machines that do this everytime I shut them off. I've replaced the bios and battery and that fixed it many times.

The troubleshooting can be too tedious, even with newer motherboards and gear. If you're set on continuing and these things don't fix it, pull EVERYTHING off the motherboard except the cpu/heatsink fan and one stick of RAM (no optical drives, no hard drives, no peripheral PCI cards). If that doesn't fix it, then change the PSU or swap it out to make sure you're not dealing with an inadequate power supply to the motherboard (faulty PSU's cause all kinds of odd problems to computers).

No luck, replace the motherboard.

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Restore Factory Settings on Asus EEE PC with Windows XP


ive been trying to do the same thing and i fianlly found were you can pick a date you want your computer to set itself back to in the control pannel.

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Motherboard support CD


Hello,
Try this for Terminator p4 533:
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Lolita

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...and you have tried the BIOS reset jumper? also try another power supply and keyboard

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Try re installing the usb2 drivers from the motherboard drivers. Although they will not show up as as usb 2 in the device properties, use sisoft sandra (free download), as this will show them as high speed or usb2.

Jan 28, 2007 | ASUS (t2psimpledlx) Barebone

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