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Upgrade from Pentium 3 to Pentium 4

Upgraded to a pentium 4 and now the computer is in a virtual loop and keeps rebooting. What's going on? Thank you. each time i try to play music, my media player will tell me that there is no sound device.

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How in the world did you that exactly? usually this is not a simple item as the other chips are usually also upgraded, not to mention the Bios impact of that decision

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I understand that your SD 4gb Thumbdrive isn't working with your Toshiba laptop after you upgraded to Windows 7. You have two possible alternatives: 1. reformat your SD 4gb Thumbdrive using Windows 7 to format. 2. Go back to Windows XP, or whatever operating system you were using before the upgrade.

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