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P4 chit overheating

I bought a bare bones kit, assembled it and booted it. Everything runs fine except for the fact that the CPU starts burning up immediately and my computer will shut down after 2min. Also from when i turn the computer on the data light comes on and stays solid. What could be my issue?

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  • XDeadSmurfX Aug 06, 2008

    Yes i accidentally opened up the chat again in a new tab and when i closed the extra tab it ended the whole session! But i will get the HSF, by the way any particular recommendation for one? i dont know much about them and yes this is going to be a gaming rig/media center so i want something good. also is there a certain size or anything that i am looking for?

  • XDeadSmurfX Aug 06, 2008

    One question i have for a HSF is i believe my CPU is a socket 775, is that correct?

  • XDeadSmurfX Aug 08, 2008

    I bought one before i got your post because i wanted to have it before the weekend, so what i got was this it seems to be good, at least for now. What do you think?


  • XDeadSmurfX Aug 08, 2008

    So i got the HSF installed fine, perfect fit easy install. booted up, everything is going fine. I start installing vista, ran fine for 5-10min i get up to go to the bathroom and i come back to the blue screen of death.

    Now if i restart, enter in my country and region info to the install program and hit install it says please wait for about 10 seconds then goes back to the blue screen.

    Details:

    "A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.

    IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

    If this is the first time you've seen this stop error screen... (Im sure you know this screen) ...

    Technical information:
    *** STOP: 0x0000000A (0x029EF970, 0x00000002, 0x00000001, 0x894ac557)

    -------------------------
    I hope you can help with this!

    Thanks
    Ian

  • XDeadSmurfX Aug 08, 2008

    So i pulled out one of the memory sticks out and tried installing again and everything worked.... Curious, why did that make it work?

  • XDeadSmurfX Aug 08, 2008

    So i finished installing windows, turn computer off and added in other memory stick, and it works beautifully!! Thanks for all your help, it feels really good to have this computer working now.

    next on my list is adding a nice graphics card and then picking up a nice new game and controller and its time to let her rip!


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Hi again,

For some reason I lost you in the Live Session/Chat.

In any case, my other thoughts:

  • The Intel 865 motherboard will auto shut down if fan does not rotate or in your case no fan. Added to this would be the thermal protection under the CPU.
  • The data led continuously lighting up is because of the jumpers.
Other than the above, I firmly believe, the unit will run as expected soon as the HSF (heatsink and fan) are installed.

My compliments, with the 2gb ddr from Kingston memory, i think you have a fast machine there. Just add a decent 128 or 256 (or even a 512) video card and you are set with a gaming rig.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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    Louie Role Aug 06, 2008

    Saw your added comment. Sorry, once the chat is closed no way to continue. However, you can still post here and we can carry on thereafter.

    Cheers.


  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Aug 06, 2008

    Most heatsink/fan combo would work, but if you are intending to use it as a gaming rig then the better cooling the better. Some nice ones are:

    but the stock fans will do for most requirements.

    The only technical limitation is it must fit squarely on the CPU and be locked in place by the slots/clips, physical.

    Of course, pls put on some thermal paste.

  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Aug 06, 2008

    yes it is a socket 775.

  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Aug 08, 2008

    It appears to be identical to the original/Intel supplied heatsink but with a bigger/better fan. If it seats flat on the CPU and matches the 4 locks/tabs, then it should work out right.


  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Aug 08, 2008

    Hi,

    Pls try:


    • run/install with only one of the memories;

    • swap/interchange the memories;

    • redo clean fresh install of the OS;

    • do a reset again of the motherboard CMOS/BIOS.
    Cheers.


  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Aug 08, 2008

    hmmm, why did it work with only one memory?


    • Without knowing the exact model number, BIOS version and production version of the motherboard, I can suspect that 2 X 1 Gb is pushing it to the limit. It might still work but perhaps, a BIOS flash would be needed to the latest update;

    • the other memory is below specs and does not match up to the other. A way out is to lower the memory speed so both would work on the speed that the questionable one is capable of;

    • factory defect?;

    • might not have seated properly, try switching places.
    Am glad that it now works.


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