Question about QDI Group QDI Advance 10F Motherboard
A computer hanging when it has boot could possibly be associated with: -
1. Processor Overheating
2. Corrupt Operating System.
3. Corrupt RAM
On the first instance, when the computer is booting, if you can switch to the BIOS setup and check the system health, you could find that the temperature could be more than 60 degrees celcius.
To solv this, ensure that the cooling fan is sitted properly on the processor.
Ensure there is no dust on the fan as this could slow down the rpm(revolutions per minute) or try changing another fan.
As for the operating system, you can trying loading or repairing the existing operating system using the right source.
In some cases where RAM is corrupt, trying using another chip to be sure if the problem is being caused by this.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
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