i was not using my machine for a week , when i started my machine after week it started giving me problems, i.e when it starts it hangs in between , and when i start it again it sometime dosent starts, i cleaned the ram display card all the posible things the board give me a beep when i remove the ram and my id cabel and when i switch on to windows it hangs it dosent hangs in dos mode , can any one tell me how can i solve the prob.
If it doesn't hang in DOS mode..then start the computer in SAFE mode, go to start->run-> msconfig and uncheck everything in there. Restart your computer, see if any difference, if not, go into safe mode again and run your antivirus and check for viruses. If you do a google search check for antivir...very good antivirus program and you can run and install in safe mode. Also do cpu maintainance, such as defrag...if still having problems then either memory or cpu could be failing.
GOOD LUCK...sorry i'm not there to help you through it.
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Re: machine hangs in between
Hangs in between what?
Try checking to see what is starting up. (If you can get it up)
goto: start -> run
type in: msconfig
goto the last tab (start up) and uncheck anything that you don't use often (which most of the time is 99% of what is listed in there)
Otherwise you might just have to reinstall Windows (repair)
Here's a link to a site which gives multiple examples of repairing a install:
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