Windows small business server freeze when card installed
I just bought a new computer with ASUS P5VD2-MX mothercard and intel duocore2 processor.
The computer works fine except when I install the fireboard 800 card inside it.
Windows works fine in debug mode (F8) but freeze in normal mode during the start phase.
Could you please tell me what to do?
Re: windows small business server freeze when card...
This may be haapen if the IRQ for the devices are conflict. Can you specify which version of windows you are with.
and if you boot the windows in safe mode then see if any log is generated in even viewr
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Start/Run... Run msconfig. On General tab, select Diagnostic Startup. Reboot. Use the computer in this state for as long as the freeze usually appears. If no freeze, return to msconfig General tab. Selective startup, uncheck Startup. Repeat reboot and trial usage. If no freeze, check normal startup. On startup tab uncheck everything that looks non-essential. Reboot and retest. When the computer seems "fixed" recheck one startup item at a time. Repeat your timed test until the issue reappears. When it does, the latest startup item you enabled is the cause.
Drivers most likely, remove the card and use the onboard or some other card that works. Then boot into windows and install the drivers for the new card, then power off, install the card in question and reboot and then try.
You can get "any" type of PCI-X graphic card to your system, it doesnt matter if the memories on the graphic card are ddr2 ddr3 ddr4 or ddr5. It should work. If you have a C2D processor @ 1.8GHz you probably have Intel E6300. You can pair it with any graphic card. Its only up to your budget.
try this -remove the card then restart the pc
(if this is xp) start/right click my computer/properties/device manger-look for "display adapters" find the onboard type you have and uninstall it power off then install the new card you might have to look in device manager for something referred to as graphics controller