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Actually its not the matter with the Power Supply,but with the CPU Cabinet Power Button.I recommend that you should replace the Cabinet.It will surely help,and for the freezing problem it's your Hard Drive problem,you can also try re installing Windows...!! But for the Power Button problem you should definitely replace the cabinet
Usually the problems is with your Operating System, if you are sure that your RAM and other hardware are OK, then it must be your OS. It could also be that your system is infected with virus, so I recommend to reformat your disk and install a fresh Windows.
If after reformatting the problem still occur, check the RAM and Processor try swapping other memory in your computer, let's see if it solve the problem.
MAy I know what OS you are running in the computer SO THAT I can give you more details what proper driver you should install. The driver you just have installed is not may be the driver for your Lan card adapter. But you may try this web site: www.driversdown.com and select network driver for *********** board if it a built in internet card but If it is an external card. Please see the manufacturer of your internet card installed to find the specific driver you should install for your Network lan card driver.
Please comment any result so that I can give you more option if it does not solve your problem. Thanks.
Resetting your motherboard won't fix your problem. You need to start the computer in Safe Mode (press F8 during boot), and use system restore, and take SP3 off your computer. It has been known to create issues with some computers, particularly those with AMD platforms, though I have seen it happen on an Intel board.
well u could try going into ur bios befor it freezes and make it boot from the win98 cd instead of ur HDD or use a boot disk or just take ur cmos battery out and it will reset ur bios so it should work
Freezing of computers occur mostly due to shortage of RAM. But in ur case, 1GB is quite enough for XP. Since ur computer is freezing b4 even starting up, thus it could be a problem of disk drives.check if more than 1 drive have been alloted MASTER (Primary) or otherwise same priority. If u have more than 1 HDD, then the one in which the Opering System is installed should be given the Master Primary and the other as Cable select/slave. Likewise do it for the CD/DVD ROM or RAM (the CD/DVD RAM should be alloted the master and ROM as the slave). It can be done by the JUMPERs on the back of the Drives. See the exact setup on the drive surface.
Personally re-installing your chipset may not solve your problem. Suggest you either run windows system restore back to a time your system did not freeze or re-install windows. Most PC's that lock up or freeze is caused by programs, some by hardware. Load your Win CD into the cdrom & just re-install windows only.