Question about Intel ASUS P4SC Socket 478 Pentium 4 Motherboard w/ Audio LAN - P4SC-LAN-DP
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Viper MSNV-939 ATX Socket 939
I assume you have tried with only one stick of ram individually at a time if you are using two to check it's not the ram as one faulty can cause the system to stop. Also assuming you bought the ram from the same place and is compatible with the board. Sometimes people also forget that the processor in some cases has to be powered by the 4 pin plug from the PSU and not just from the ZIF socket that older processors use to power up, so double check the manual. The other main common cause of the this problem is when you are putting together all the hardware onto the board, if you don't protect it underneath it may have overflexed the board and shorted or damaged the circuitry or the bios chip. That's not to say that the motherboard was'nt faulty in the first place.
Posted on Apr 18, 2007
SOURCE: cannot install windows
Hi, check what amount of RAM you have. XP can be loaded at 28Mgb of RAM but is more succesful at 256Mgb which is the recomended minimum. The ideal amount of RAM for XP is 512Mgb and I believe you can never have too much RAM.
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
It is probably asking you to insert an XP disk, as Windows XP will need to install the new drivers for your new motherboard. It will also give you the option to select a folder (this is what you are seeing) already on your hard drive that would contain the proper drivers for that motherboard. Chances are this folder does not contain the proper drivers. You will need an XP disk to install these drivers. Boot with the XP disk in, and chances are Windows will take care of everything else. If you do not have the XP disk you used to originally install Windows on that machine, then you can use a seperate PC to get the drivers required. You will need to visit the website of the manufacturer (I believe emachines is your new mobo?) and download the drivers. Then save them to disk. When booting into your new system, make sure this new disk (you made from other pc) is in the drive, and then select that drive when it asks you for the folder you are talking about. This will then install the proper drivers and you will be up and running shortly. Hope this helps :)
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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