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No sound when i install sound driver ....computer is not boot hang at wellcom screen

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Please check the sound card installed on your system, eventhough its OEM card, but mfrs keep changing them from vendor to vendor. Later go the vendor's site and look for drivers or solutions

please give full details of model no. , year of mfg, country of origin/mfrg, and windows vers?

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OS INISTALLING ERROR


You might need to go into safe mode and install the motherboards' drivers before it can load properly.

Start your computer and hit F8 repeatedly until the boot screen comes up. Then select "Safe Mode". When it finishes loading up to windows safe mode then install your drivers from the drivers CD or go into device manager to install.

If you don't have a drivers CD go here and get all the drivers you need for your board:
http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Detail.aspx?CategoryID=1&DetailID=505&DetailName=Feature&MenuID=24&LanID=0

From this site you'll see you need drivers for IDE, LAN, Sound, VGA (Video), Modem, Raid, and USB.

If you have a dedicated video card then you'll need to get the drivers for that too. Also don't forget to disable on-board VGA in Bios if you have a dedicated card and it doesn't do it automatically.

Good Luck!

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MS-7250 (v 1.4) completes Win 7 install, but hangs up at the "Starting Windows" screen after reboot. All systems passed upgrade advisor. NOthing connected to mobo, only vga monitor, keyboard, mouse. No...


See if you can enter SAFE MODE. After turning on the power watch the screen and when you first see Starting Windows press the F8 key several times until you see a menu, select Save Mode. If the computer boots to save mode, it's probably just a driver problem.

Nov 09, 2009 | MSI K9N Platinum Motherboard

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At conclusion of Installing Windows 7, computer reboots, and hangs on the Starting Windows screen. MSI MoBo, MS-7250 (V 1.4). The system passed the upgrade advisor.


Hi,
It sounds like the install was a bad or that your hard drive has bad sectors on it so the operating system cannot read the boot information properly.

Try booting the machine up in safe mode. To do this restart the machine and just after the post/splash screen repeatedly tap F8 until it gives you a sub menu. Select safe mode and let the operating system boot up.

Once in the OS click on the orb/start menu and type in the search bar cmd.

A command window will pop up. In that window type chkdsk /r (leave a space between the k and the /) the computer will tell you that it cannot perform a disk check because of files that are in use so you will have to schedule a disk check when you restart the computer, select yes to this and restart the computer.
It should boot normally and perform a disk check on the hard drive.

Please post back if you require anymore help.


Regards.

Nov 09, 2009 | MSI K9N Platinum Motherboard

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I have a GA-P35-ds3l mobo that hangs at boot for


Had a similar problem. Eventually my SATA drive failed. Had to rplace & re-install. Now boots fine. Suggest you try another boot drive to see if you have a similar problem.

Sep 10, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L Motherboard

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PC BOOTS HALF WAY


Try booting into safe mode. If it's a driver problem, safe mode will allow you to start Windows with only the bare minimum of hardware and drivers being engaged. To get to safe mode, press the F8 button on your keyboard during the Windows boot process until it takes you to a screen to let you select Normal, Safe Mode, Safe Mode with networking, etc. I would suggest not using anything other than just Safe Mode. From there, uninstall any software or new drivers that you recently installed. Alternatively, you can use the System Restore feature to rollback to a previous restore point.

Aug 10, 2009 | HP Computers & Internet

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Comp doesnt boot after installing USB 2 drivers


Hi rogueonline,

Disconnect the external drive from the PC. (It's possible windows registry is messed up).
It sound like your windows system is a bit confused as well. First try resetting the bios. See page 9 in your manual. (Don't forget to set it back to normal). This should allow you to get back into the bios. Go over each setting & adjust as needed.
Make sure your primary hard disk drive is listed in the boot order. Advanced Setup Page 30, in manual. If your windows operating system seem is a bit off (OS not installed correctly or driver software not installed correctly). The over-all function of the system can & will run slow. If your primary drive seem to also run slow, the FAT or MBR can be slightly corrupt which will also slow the drive down including file transfer & eventually the drive will cease to function. (The drive can be repaired by doing a full format through windows).
Do a fresh install of windows, including the full format, (Not a Quick format) on the primary drive. Even though ECS does include the USB 2.0 driver so does windows update service. If your windows was all ready updated & you re-installed ECS's (2003) USB driver, that may have been enough to screw up windows. If you have data on your current drive & need to get that data off & if you have access to another system you can pull your drive & slave it into another system & remove the data. There is no quick fix. Play it safe. Start from scratch. After windows has been installed & you install the ECS driver software, update windows until there are no updates left. I'm sure your system will regain its speed.
Link to ECS web site for P4VMM2 V3.2A .
http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/ProductsDetail_Download.aspx?detailid=272&DetailName=Driver&DetailDesc=P4VMM2%20%20(V3.2A)&CategoryID=1&MenuID=82&LanID=0

Good luck ogueonline!

Mike

Nov 03, 2008 | Pioneer ECS P4VMM2 V3.2A P4(478)/FSB...

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Occasional BOOT hang


Try using the event viewer and see if it comes up with anything

How To Use the Event Viewer Applet
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic40108.html

Jan 02, 2008 | ASUS P4S800D-X Motherboard

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MS-6787


install raid drivers only if you are certain that you are on RAID and even before you install raid drivers make sure the RAID controller is set to on in BIOS. if you dont have RAID setup then please dont install the RAID drivers. the only reason i think you are computer is not going past the windows xp logo is you might have floppy drive in the boot sequence(in the BIOS screen) set to on or you must be having a USB device connected to the computer. set it to "no boot" and things should be fine.

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