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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I think you installed windows xp sp3, try re installing with windows xp sp2 because microsoft removed support for high definition audio in sp3 version of xp, if you dont want to re-install or you want to use sp3, download the high definition audio update (kb835221.exe).
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
Your processor must be overheating, check if your processor heatsink's colling fan working, if yes, try to remove the processor heatsink and re -install it properly( your heatsink is probably not seated properly in processor). or check if your video card fan is working. and please install additional chassis fan for better cooling.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
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Posted on Jul 05, 2009
you may need to set your bios setting and make sure the choose the proper boot device, first boot device is cd rom and second boot device ( hard disk ) and save it. After then repaire the window with window cd.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
If you have tested the power supply on another machine (or replaced it recently with a known working one) a common problem for motherboards is that some manufacturers use generic Chinese capacitors in order to lower production costs.
The problem is that these cheap parts have a very short life and often after a year or so of use (sometimes less) the capacitors stop functioning properly which can cause the issue you are describing, in addition to random power downs, or sometimes the motherboards will not start at all.
Your best bet would be to Remove all of your devices except Motherboard/CPU/RAM and verify that the problem still exists with a known working Power supply. If you are still having issues I would just replace the motherboard, replacing all of the capacitors on the motherboard would be very time consuming, in addition to some motherboard have multi-layer boards which are virtually impossible to be serviced by the end user.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you. Another power supply had been already tested. Same thing. The only thing i should say is that when it starts it functions great. So i pray "
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