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Sounds to me like a fault with the main circuit board. Lets say the microprocessor on the board is bad and it locks up or just doesnt display the clock or time. When you reset the breaker you are resetting the main board. and it works until the processor fails again. Sound like may need new main PC board. Timer board. Caution!! Pricey??? Check cost of board before persuing, may be more wise to replace unit. and get new full warranty
somebody or something has been playing with your over clocking settings and has effectivly underclocked your pc as with what you have said it does not sound like you know much about this kinda stuff so i wont guide you through a bios incase you do something and i get the blame lol....what i need you to do is either reset your cmos if you know how to or take your power cable out and see the little watch battery on *********** board remove that and wait 5 mins and put it back in this will reset your cmos and recover your bios settings back to the normal and give you the power back
or you can go into your bios all bioses are different i want you to go to the end roughly and go to restore to default or optimised settings as i say i cant see it so it can always be different but it will be default settings or optimised settings or similar but if youve got no idea atall just take the battery out of the motherboard and this will reset the bios to when it came out the factory dont worry it wont reset anything to do with your actuall operating sytem......either remove the battery to reset cmos or give me your motherboards name and model and i will give you instructions how to reset the bios but as i said the best way is take the battery out when the power is off
There is a small plastic piece on the lids 1-196 that slides into a slot in theback of the processer and is s safety interlock. unless your new lid will fit into that it will nto work. I know because i bought the wrong lid after the exact plastic piece broke on my original and I could not get the new one to work... right now my "work around" is to put both lids on.. the newer one does have the piece but its it the wrong place and I have to hold them while I use the processor.. sorry
Maximum of 1 GB per slot.
Yes, you can buy DDR400, it will be underclocked by the motherboard to DDR266. If you want some extra performance you can go in the BIOS and lower the timings one unit. Yes, they will work, but not very fast. They should be used only as a last option.
All Athlons were until a few months ago named on a power rating, not actual CPU speed rating. Since you didn't tell me the exact type of your processor i believe that it's the actual , normal speed of your CPU. But if it isn't then it's underclocked. To verify that go in the BIOS and see if the FSB is the correct value - 133MHz - sometimes it's at the default value of 100MHz. This can be changed from 2 locations: 1 - the JP4 jumper on the motherboard - 2-3 corresponds to 133MHz (of course you should change it only with the pc is disconnected from the mains) 2 - in BIOS go to Frequency/Voltage Control - CPU Host Clock and set it to 133.
It's possible that the default settings on the motherboard have underclocked your processor. Check the properties on My Computer to see if your processor is correctly identified. If not, reboot and go into your BIOS settngs. From there you should be able to properly clock the motherboard to identify your processor. If this doesn't apply or doesn't work, you can try flashing the motherboard. Hope this helps with your issue. All the best!
had the same problem myself. make sure that the hands of the clock are not bent inwards as to touch each other and get stuck.
my ones wre bent , a simple straighten solved my problem and the clock then worked fine. hope this helps
Do you know what your system is having the Processor error if you on the system the keyboard flickers and later go away but the fan also runs for seconds and later went off then what you have to do is to detached all components attached to your system then only the system unit alone .
Use a good power connector cable and a good constructed socket then put it on and wait and hear the sounds it brings and the signals or error is going show then if it comes on and go off remove the fan and replace with new one if the problem persist then change the processor with new one and then your system should be back to life and if anything happened then post your difficulties so i can help you. ok