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White box Intel DQ35JO is sometimes very slow, especially around log in time (It is a member of a Win2k3 domain). Being an intermittent issue does not help. Burnin Pro was unable to locate any problems, likewise the Intel Hardware monitor (which has reported just one problem, but gave no description at all). Nothing seems to indicate any problems. Any ideas - I am wondering if there is a network problem but tests to date indicate that all is well there too.

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Not sure what chip you are using, but your problem is one which I have had and solved by the most extreme heat dissipation methods possible...I even went to the extremity of packaging dry ice in Plastic and using an external fan to literally produce arctic temperatures inside the case.
It did attenuate or reduce the heating problem and the Intel hardware monitors took note of that, but I also notice some degradation in the extent of the graphic presentation of the on screen diagnostic display of temperature, fan speeds, etc.

So, with your new problem, since you apparently responded to the three long beeps by adding a keyboard or other peripheral, and solved it, a full statement of that problem with all specs would be appropriate, unless you can no longer read the display.

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BIOS System defaults are best used for installing a new operating system or performing diagnostics. Bootchecks and memory checks due to settings on antivirus/antispyware programs are notorious for causing slow boots. In most cases these scans are unnecessary. Saying that, it is also possible you have acquired a trojan. Run a full system scan and if you have a clean machine, disabling the bootchecks and memory checks will speed up your booting. If after doing this your boots are still slow, tweak your BIOS as follows per Intel:


  • Set the hard drive as the first boot device in the boot order in the BIOS setup (Boot > Boot Device Priority menu).
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  • Disable Hard Disk Pre-Delay in the BIOS Setup (Advanced > Drive Configuration menu).
  • Disable system functions and features if you do not need them. Examples include:
    • Legacy USB - this must be enabled if you use a USB keyboard or USB mouse outside the Windows* environment (Advanced > USB Configuration).
    • Unused I/O ports, such as serial, parallel and IEEE-1394 ports (Advanced > Peripheral Configuration menu).
    • Event logging (Advanced > Event Log Configuration menu).
    I hope you find this solves your problem. All the best! Greg


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Try an aftermarket video card or possibly flash your bios with the most recent REV. If you get a new vid card disable the on-board VGA and boot from PCI

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