Every time when I shut down my PC and Power on again befor the IDEs recognizer the screen show me this message:
New CPU installed! pleaas enter to Bios to configure your system
Press F1 for enter set up
Press F2 for load default settings
... after any kind of change that I do, or just entering and save or load default settings the windows start without problem, but, when I shut down and shut of the elecric of the PC the message appear again.
I thank any atentions
(please Im not english speaker excuseme any kinds of gramaticals errors)
I had the same problem and I found the jumper to reset CMOS was missing from the motherboard. If you have manual for the motherboard, it shows where the terminal is and it should have jumper on pins 1 & 2, it is the default setting. This is the terminal to reset CMOS. Hope this will help.
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You have a rootkit virus, the only answer is reformat the drive and start fresh, sorry. After a fresh install is done immediately install service(can be downloaded free from microsoft.com) pack 3, because sp2 is vulnerable to a host of trouble.
Did this suddenly start to occur? Were they working before? If so, it is very simple - shut down computer, remove the battery and unplug any power source, wait a couple of minutes and reassemble and power up. Wala! I read all kinds of complicated instructions, started with the simple, and problem solved.
as long as you have the 20 or 24 plug in and the 4pin square plug in plus the hard drive dvd floppy fans i donot no your motherboard or graphic card so i cannot say anymore only next time write down your conections before removing power supply or get manual for your pc
No signal means, monitor has not been connected. (for crt s) and, on startup (for lcd s) . Easiest solution should be, PLEASE REMOVE AND PLACE THE RAM TIGHTLY AGAIN. i hope, it will solve the problem, if you have recently traveled with your cpu.
You probably put more than a pin-head size drop of heat grease compound on CPU, thus "bleeding" over on the CPU, effectively overheating processor (very common). In any event, your problem is overheating -that's *the* place to look for now.
Is there more than one fan inside the computer? Did you double-check the connection from the fan to the motherboard? Sometimes a computer will shut down if it doesn't sense that the fan is turning on, to prevent the computer from overheating.
this means that it is overheating. you can do many things here. 1. take off the CPU cooler, and reapply some heatsync and see if that fixes the problem. 2. buy a larger, or more efficient CPU cooler, newegg.com is a great place to find good parts that are cheap and come with customer reviews already. 3. change the settings in your bios to allow the CPU to become warmer (do not go above 75 degrees) without shutdown or alarm.