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That is a difficult problem to assess without knowing your setup. You could have an emi interference between a monitor and audio cable, a low memory situation where your system hesitates to use page filing(hard disk access as memory), or you may need an updated audio driver. Look at each of these issues and the latest Realtek ALC883 audio codec driver should be available at the Realtek website. http://www.realtek.com/
symptoms show of a hardware failure. but did you replaced your small battery in this period and was your computer clock working fine ?if not first concider replacing your battery then consult a hardware technician
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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.
well i think u'll be needing a phenom processors.. me i have a am2 socketed motherboard and im currently running a phenomx3 processor. actualy i should be having an x4, its just i run out of stocks when i bought a processor hehe so, no choice i need a processor, so i bought an x3.. i hope this would helped. phenom x4 processors will work on sockets where phenomx3 also operates.
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!
Hi, This is an old board trying to run a hungry CPU. From the symptom you describe the poor thing may be wearing out right in front of you. Anyhow, - In order of likelihood your problem(s) are probably: 1 - Defective motherboard. PC chips is well known as a maker of cheap mobos. When run even a little hot they have a short lifespan. A 3Ghz Pentium Prescott needs a lot of power. A faulty part may not always kill a session but it can ruin your life. Try running the PC underclocked at ~2Ghz. See if the prob goes away. If so, better cooling the support chips may help. Best solution is replace this old warrior with a new mobo. You will also need a new PSU & CPU if this is the problem. Except for playing games, even slow dual core CPUs will perform better than a single core unit. 2 - Bad PSU. These also wear out, especially if run hot. Best solution is new PSU. If you do this, get a modern model that will handle a mobo upgrade should that also become necessary. Many options & prices here - be careful. 3 - Bad PCI card or RAM. If you already haven't - try removing all unnecessary hardware... then test for problem. Switch your DDR2 RAM in & out to test for defect. 4 - Bad CPU. Not likely but possible. try running the PC underclocked at ~2Ghz(if this mobo lets you). See if the prob goes away. If so, better cooling might be the hot tip