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Restarting problems.... Hi, Hope you can help. My system reboots when i am in a game when i try try enter a game... Reinstalled cards, Latest Drivers, Turned off AA. Opped the fan speed incase of overheating... any ideas? Thx

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You proplem here could be that you game is not compatible to you operating system or otherwise your operating system could be damaged or you memory modules (RAM) are inadequate remamber that when you have installed a graphics card it will hog up some of you RAM that is why you need access RAM to run most games. you other problem could be that you graphics card is not fast enough to support your game. check all these and see if you can come right.

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Dont increase the fan speed.Your processor isnt working.Replace it.

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Installed Nvidia gt210 card. Running XP. Windows runs fine when not using the Nvida drivers, screen displays correctly. Install drivers and screen display is scrambled. Looks like a rainbow. Uninstall...


Hi, you can download the latest driver here at nvidia:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp-280.26-whql-driver.html

Maybe the videocard has a defect.
Try to change the card with a newer one.
Or the driver you have downloaded does not fit your system.

Try also windows update.

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I have dealt with a similar problem when I installed a new router. Since my router is used for both hard wire and wireless I had to set a password for the router. Im sure you did to because the password secures your network so another party can not get on your network. Your computer should be asking you for that password. If you forgot it then you have a real problem. You may need to contact the manufacturer via telephone to reset the password. They can walk you through this.

As far as the sound card do you have the latest drivers installed? Also if you a web cam installed disconnect it first then install the drivers for the sound card. Some web cams will conflict with sound cards. I realize your having a connection problem with your internet from your email, but this may help you too. Since you recently reinstalled Window when you install of the updates it may see your sound card and install the latest driver for you.

I hope this helps you out.

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I reinstalled windows 7 in my toshiba l30-114 laptop .Now i'm getting a message that no output audio device is installed.what should i do?


Hi there,
Go to the support section of Toshiba's website. You should see a page for drivers and downloads. You'll need to enter the make and model of your Toshiba laptop, then download the latest sound card drivers. Once you've installed the drivers correctly, restart your computer and you should be good to go.

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Have you tried these drivers? They are for Microsoft Windows XP.

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Hi i have a asus P4s533-mx and with a 3GHZ processor and with a geforce6600 (agp) and the games tend to freeze and i have to reboot my system?. any help please


It is the video card. Newer games are so graphic intensive that they freeze up the system if there is not enough video memory. You could try upgrading RAM but I had a problem running newer games until I installed a graphic card that had at least 512 mb video ram onboard. Hope this helps.

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My pc keeps restarting everytime i play online game or lan game


Most often restarts during games or other heavy duty tasks are from the following reasons

1.) Lack of power. If your Power supply unit is less than 450W then this is highly likely.
2.) Overheating. If your PC's bios has temperature reading sensors then after it is warmed up open the BIOS by press <Delete> after the logo disappears and go to the entry that informs you of temperature... If your seeing a Temp ove 45-50 degrees Celcius your runnin too hot. Get a better heatsink or other cooling apparatus (ie... liquid cooling or peltier) depending on your budget and your technical skill.
3.) Video card over heating/power issues run the PC with the cover off. Watch your Video card. is the Fan on it spinning? Does you Video card have a seperate power adapter? If so is it Fully seated.
4.) Mismatched memory. the memory adapter you installed does it have the same specifications as other memory that is also in your system. Sometimes if their slightly off and the computer sets the timing for the faster memory instead of the slower memory then the system chugs along at a speed that the slow module cant handle and it fails momentarily.
5.) Driver conflict error. Sometimes an older driver just gets in the way of other devices that want the same resources. (Particularly if you are using the drivers that came with the Video card) Go to Nvidia's website download and install the latest drivers for your card and Operating system combination.

Hopefully these tips will help you get you Fragging in no time.
Good gaming
and godbless
Dave

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GIGABYTE S SERIES (NVIDIA GEFORCE 6100 CHIPSET) RESTART PROBLEM


This can be any number of problems. After it's rebooted itself go to Start Menu -> Run and type eventvwr. Have a look under the system tab to see if there are any errors (marked red), that may give a clue.

However it could be any componant inside your computer that's failing. Replacing or even just reseating the memory would be a good place to start. Failing that it may be the motherboard or graphics card. You could try updating to the latest drivers - http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/ .

Hope this helps

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Help install sound software


Hi Thabz, a system that request you to keep rebooting the PC is normally caused by a program you recently installed. If you are able to continue running windows with out windows restarting & able to get into Add/Remove programs long enough to uninstall that program than try it. (this is more often not possible). You can also try presing F8 every 2 seconds (while booting thePC) & load windows boot menue. Here you can pick (Disable automatic restart on system failure). Try again to uninstall that recent program. Another option using the F8 key, you can also pick (last known good configuration).
If these haved all faild than I suggest you re-install windows, (over write it).
You can repair windows by booting to your Windows CD & reinstall windows. A reinstall will not earse your data, it will over write windows. Some programs will need to be reinstalled but your personal data will stay.
Here is the link for your Gigabyte board, (includes drivers & Manual).
http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=2304

Best of luck to you!
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Mar 28, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Intel D815EEA - my VGA built-in isnt working


If the previous video drivers were not removed properly—and this generally requires running a “cleaner” utility in addition to uninstalling the drivers—the computer may be unstable with the new drivers installed. Also, some OSes (operating systems), such as Windows XP, automatically try to find and install graphics drivers following the obligatory reboot after a user uninstalls the old video drivers. Games may also close and drop the user back to the Desktop, and the system may spontaneously reboot.


Problems may also occur if the user installed drivers for the wrong graphics chipset, although manufacturers such as Nvidia and ATI provide all-in-one drivers to cover many graphics chipsets in one package.


Visit the Web site of the manufacturer of the graphics chip on your card or motherboard, such as Nvidia, ATI, Intel, or others. In the graphics driver download section, look for an uninstaller or cleaner utility. An example is ATI’s Catalyst Uninstaller, which is typically offered on the same pages as specific driver downloads. Download the uninstaller/cleaner utility and run it, following its instructions. Reboot and then install the latest graphics drivers for your specific card or motherboard.


A free, third-party alternative is Driver Cleaner. This has generally been safe to run as of this writing. Be sure to read all notes and follow all directions as you use Driver Cleaner to remove old driver remnants. Use the software to get rid of any drivers supplied by Windows, too, as these are often the ones WinXP automatically installs at startup before you can install the new drivers from the graphics chipset manufacturer. You probably won’t need Windows’ drivers again, as they’re usually older and slower and don’t have the latest tweaks and fixes.


Make sure you’ve properly identified your graphics chipset. First, check it in Device Manager (right-click My Computer and click Properties, the Hardware tab, Device Manager, and Display Adapters). Corroborate this by opening your computer’s case and checking the brand name and model number of your graphics card (the monitor’s cable connects to it) or the brand and model of your motherboard if the video/graphics chipset is built into it. Look up the model number on the manufacturer’s Web site, and it should tell you which graphics chipset you have.


Note that you can install ATI’s or Nvidia’s drivers on any card using their chipsets (no matter whose brand is on the card). On the other hand, if you have integrated graphics, you need to get drivers from the motherboard’s manufacturer.


If you have recently changed from integrated graphics to an add-in video card, make sure that you have moved the monitor cable to the new device and disabled the motherboard’s onboard graphics in the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System). To do so, click the indicated button to enter Setup during the boot process, usually the DELETE button. Then, look for an option that will let you disable the BIOS’ onboard or integrated video.

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Reboot problem..


Easiest possible solutions first:
1) download and install the latest drivers for your video card
2) see if there is an update for the game that causes the problem
3) run memtest86 from http://www.memtest86.com/ to check if your RAM is bad
4) swap out the current video card with a known good video card

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