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Installed new Intel E6500 (yes - this model is approved for the motherboard - yes new heat sync is cheap - yes there was no thermal paste but instead was a thermal pad) - it is installed fine (tight) but now the PC will not boot windows - it is asking for a reload - do not have CD's handy - have to wait 3 days for recovery disc in mail

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As you have installed a new component into your computer system, Windows is asking you to reload/reactivate Windows.

Do the following;
1.)Enter the BIOS/CMOS, by pressing the delete key/F12 key during start up.
2,)Find and select the option for loading default settings.
3.)Now Exit Saving changes.

Your computer will now boot on settings that it feels are appropriate, this may please Windows and get your computer system up and running again!

All the best!
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There will be a thermally conductive paste [Heat sink compount], a white tooth paste like substance, must be applied between the heatsink and the CPU. It is a must. If you have replaced, or unlocked the heat sink metal, and haven't applied this thermally conductive paste, proper heat transfer from CPU and the metal heatsink will take place, and the CPU will overheat, and finally go out.
Music videos are large files, which apply a great load to CPU, as processing video is a great task for CPU. Temperature must be below 40 degree centegreade, at any instant.
Just unlock the heatsink lock, take out the CPU heat sink out, and apply some heatsink compound [silicon grease] and retry. If you hear a beep sound after 3 seconds or so, after swithch ON the system, you have won. OK.
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The first thing to ask yourself, is if the motherboard supports the CPU you installed. Also, check the BIOS settings to see if there were any settings that were not default.
Without checking the motherboard specs, I hope you matched the bus speed of the CPU, motherboard, and memory.

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I installed a new G31M3 L V2 MOBO because my old one (same model) died. Also gone with it was the intel cpu (I guess because of the heat problem). With the new mother board I upgraded my CUP to an Intel...


Make sure that the Power connector are properly connected, also check if the CPU is properly seated to get POST from the Board, since the CPU is new as well as the board you can clear NVRAM on the board take the CMOS Battery out for a couple of seconds then put it back in the CMOS slot then try to turn the unit back on, also check all the rams if properly seated.

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My dv6000 will power up and go back off


This model of laptop has an overheating problem. This problem affect the Nvidia GPU and cause that issue. You have two options, one cheap and one expensive.

The cheap one is that you must overheat the Nvidia GPU, in order to resolde it again. This procedure you can make it with a Heat Gun. I mean you need to extract the motherboard and apply the heat directly to the GPU 90 seconds max. Put all the pieces together again (dont forget to apply thermal paste to CPU and GPU) and when the laptop turn on again, go to the HP website and download the las Bios update to your model.
This solution give you as long time as you work with your laptop fresh. You can download the CORETEMP application, to keep watching the CPU temperture.
Cost: $ 20 Heat Gun (harbor freight), $ 7 new thermal paste (for the CPU and GPU)

The expensive one is send your computer to a authorize service center and ask for a reballing repair to your GPU. Cost may be $ 200.

If you need more details, let me know. GOOD LUCK

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I have purchased intel dg 31 pr mbd but it occured display problem ?


You can download the motherboarddrivers from Intel WEB site. Select your model motherboard/device, and makesure you select the Windows XP or Vista version of the drivers that matchesyour Windows operating system. Please click on this link andselect your model motherboard : - http://downloadcenter.intel.com/default.aspx?iid=gg_support-au+home_downloadctr

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Have you change the thermal paste(clean and reapply) and check the CPU heat-sink that is sitting OK or you have broken it?

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Same problem


Yes, you ->Should.
It looks like it is just a matter of making sure the cables are correctly connected, and the motherboard is mounted correctly.

(If there are fiber washers on the standoffs, Make Sure, you use them again! Rule of thumb is that if the motherboard mounting hole has a metal ring around it, no fiber washer is used. Bare motherboard mounting hole? Fiber washer)

However if this is a type of warranty work, the technician is fully responsible, should the installed motherboard be bad, or a mistake made when installing.

Every component installed on the motherboard, and to include the motherboard itself, is susceptible to static shock. Static electricity will fry out that delicate computer hardware, in a New York minute! You won't see it or feel it. Your body always carries static.

The processor is the main susceptible hardware component to static. NO mistakes can be made here!
Plus the top of the processor case, and the bottom of the heatsink, must be cleaned, (And done right), of thermal paste, and new thermal paste applied.
(If a thermal pad is used instead, they will probably apply a new one, but thermal pads are JUNK! Thermal paste should be used instead)

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to build a computer, or replace a motherboard. It does take certain criteria to follow, though.

Again, if this motherboard replacement is from the computer manufacturer, they will deem using a computer technician. (To back any future warranty, to solve any problems on the spot with the hardware, and to have a licensed person to drop the responsibility on)

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The computer does not boot up a tall


You'll have to include more information. Model number of the motherboard, if the computer beeps when it turns on, if so the pattern of the beeps.
From what you've stated it could be plenty of problems. I'll list a few things from simplest to most difficult for you to start with.
First make sure that everything is firmly attached to the motherboard... power connection, data cables, memory, heat sync and processor... often a loose connection will be the problem.
If you have multiple RAM chips installed, try removing one - a faulty RAM chip could also prevent a computer from booting in some cases.
If it still doesn't work, try disconnecting ALL the data cables and the power lines for everything except motherboard and video card (if your video card has a power cable attached, that is) If the computer turns on, the most likely problem is that one of your hard drive or CD-Roms is IDE, and the connection is backwards.
If that doesn't work, remove the heat sync and fan over the processor, and make sure that the thermal paste isn't rock solid... (usually a white substance that helps transfer the heat from the CPU out) If the thermal paste looks cooked, go buy a tube of it (pretty cheap, you can get it at any computer hardware store) and replace it. Make sure you take off ALL the old paste from the heat sync and the processor before applying a new, uniform layer. Unfortunately, if the thermal paste wasn't present, or was very spent... it might've fried your CPU... not likely in newer computers however, since motherboards have heat sensors designed to shut down the PC before any harm comes to the CPU, so don't rush out to replace the CPU just yet.

If it STILL doesn't turn on, the problem could be in your power supply, or on the motherboard itself. First look the board over carefully, to see if anything looks melted, charred or somehow deformed. If so, you're probably better off replacing the entire board, if not, your problem is either the power supply itself, or you've fried the CPU.

Hopefully one of these helps with your problem, if not get back to me with more information.

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It is important to use good quality thermal paste like Arctic Silver. You only need a very small amount on the heat sink. Too much is as bad as none at all. You care just trying to create a thin layer of thermal paste to fill in the tiny gaps between the processor and the heat sink. If this does not help an aftermarket heat sink with more fins and a better fan might be needed.

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check your thermal paste... buy thermal in the computer store, possible your thermal paste already dry and did not transfer heat at heat sink...

can you adjust your speed FSB jumper to reduce the processor speed.

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