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The computer keeps freezing during a windows installation, and if i use the reset button it will just freeze at start up and i will not any vedio output.

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I need to know were the power sw and the p led +, and the p led -, and the hdd led , and the reset sw go on the mother board go

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This sounds like classic bad memory. If you have more than 1 stick of memory, try swapping them 1 by 1 until it doesn't crash anymore, and you will find the culprit.

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Your chipset is Intel 815EM located at Intels site here.
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Good Luck & Kind Regards.
& please vote.


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