Question about MSI AM3 790GX-G65 Motherboard for AM3/AM2+
This is often caused by drivers, software or hardware conflict. If possible reinstall everything even i recommend the Windows/OS. But first uninstall the suspected software and scan using an updated antivirus, clean the hardwares and motherboard. Uninstall newly added software or hardware. Restore to the previous settings when there wasn't problem. If all the precautions doesn't help, your only option is to format the system and reinstall fresh operating system. But if you can't do all these, better to let the Technician do it for you, otherwise you may make mistakes. Good luck..
Posted on May 12, 2010
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