Question about Intel D101GGC Motherboard
My first impression is that you have 1 stick of ram bad. if you have 2 sticks then try running with one or the other for a while and see which is giving you a problem. if you only have 1 stick then i would replace it with new. i wouldn't remove the CPU. just work with the memory. i think that will be your problem. let me know how it goes
Posted on May 25, 2011
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May 25, 2012 | Dell Studio One 19 PC Desktop
AS YOU ON THE SYSTEM AND EVEN BEFORE WINDOWS
STARTS KEEP PRESSING THE F8 KEY CONTINUEOUSLY. A MENU WILL APPEAR. SELECT SAFE
MODE AND ENTER. WINDOWS WILL LOAD IN SAFE MODE. THIS WILL SOLVE SOME OF YOUR
PROBLEMS. NOW RESTART THE SYSTEM IN NORMAL
IF THIS DOES NOT WORK SELECT "LOAD WINDOWS
WITH LAST KNOWN GOOD CONFIGURATION " AND THEN RESTART. THIS WILL SURELY
SORT OUT YOUR PROBLEM.
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