Mother board or CpU Doesnt work. technician said I have a ghost inside my CPU!
One morning I turned on my computer but my CPU was looking for a bootable disk. I was taken aback first time it happened, so I decided to transffer my hard disk to other computer to check if my hard disk was faulty or impaired. But it works. so I decided to bring it back to my computer but my CPU doesnt recognized my hard disk so I insert xp installation system software, the instalation kit is perfectly do his work, but when the time to boot my CPU for finalizing his works it doesnt recognized my hard disk. Now I tried again but when installer begin to transfer the system needed by my computer at 100% it stop and hang. I tried to contact some technician but they cannot fix it. they said I have a ghost inside my CPU. I tried also to insert dos command to my computer it copy the operating system in my hard disk but when I run it the computer doesnt recognized again my hard disk! I tried to transfer again my hard disk to the other computer the hard disk works Perfectly. why in my computer cannot recognized his own original Hard disk as well as other hard disk? Do someone who is dexterous to fix this problem? thank you.
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Verify your bios settings with regards to what the pc is expecting in way of hard drive.
Do you have the luxury of another hard drive that you can try on this pc ? - this will 'suggest' where the problem rests.
Make sure the lead is fully located on the back of hard drive.
If possible - change the lead for a 'known working' lead (Maybe from the computer that your hard drive was recognized in)
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Hi Chiver, there could be possible several reasons, such as RAM into CPU or VGA means Graphic Card issue and consequently there is one more possibility with Monitor. Sometimes due to moisture monitor does not show display and in this case you need to keep monitor in the sunshine for hour almost and then it will work perfect.
yes you can! compatible motherboards are cheap and easy to find for the socket 754 design compatible with your cpu. with prices going from anywhere from ~$50-$80. great places to shop include frys electronics, newegg.com, amazon.com and tigerdirect.com. when something like this happens to you its always a good idea to consider upgrading your computer as well you can find cpu motherboard deals anywhere from $100 to $200 with a huge boost in computing power. if you choose to go this route make sure your ram will work on the motherboard you are considering. goodluck
The mother board name would be helpful. The name of the computer also.
A quite a few things can be the problem here. The mother board could be bad with something wrong on it. The memory should be checked. Possible problem or defective CPU can also cause this kind of problem. Not to be overlooked would be a possible problem with one of the cards. So... I would recommend (with power off and cord removed from power supply) for you to remove all cards. Try by turning on the computer. If at this point you get no power as you did at the beginning, then you need to check the CPU by either using another one (if possible) or have a friend try the cpu in another computer. If that does not work, then the problem is more than likely in the mother board. At this point if the motherboard is not good (should be checked by another person or friend) , also do not overlook the power supply.
Next... Remove all drive connections such as cdrom, hard drives and floppy. Turn on the computer and see if you can get the bios to come up...if it does, set the bios to default settings. Next put each drive in one by one and then turn on the computer after each one is connected. If you are still able to start the computer, then put in the cards one by one and try the computer again after each one is put in the slot it came from. This is the process of elimination to see which part is at fault.
the problem might lie in the fact that the mother board and cpu cannot be handled at the speed
or it requires the jumpers to be set by so that the cpu can be clocked properly if you got a mother board spec guide follow the guide for *********** board to set up 3.2
you might also have to set the bios to the cpu speed cause if mother board doesnt do jumpers no more the setting would be in bios
hit the delete key direct are power up this will take you to bios
its not the battery
What cpu do you use just now? Is it a pcie or agp card that you have? Is the ram ddr or ddr2? What you have ram/graphics wise will effect the upgrade path if you wish to continue using them. How much are you looking to spend?
I think your power supply cables is not able to start your B-board if your power supply is working properly then check mother board jack where you insert your power supply plug in M-board. Then you have to change or repair that jack where you insert power supply wire in M-board.
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M. Khalid Shaikh