Question about Intel (P42000400512SK478) Pentium 4, 2 GHz Processor

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Cannot continue when i open my pc sometimes it cannot open it always display its processor then stop? is my processor damage or my memory or my hardware? when i open the case of my processor then back then start my pc sometimes it continue but if i restart it will hang there displaying my processor, can you help me?

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    cannot continue to open.Just up to missing data pool.

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Try change the battery on the motherboard, then disconnect things like your hard drive and cdroms annd floppy drive because you might have a problem with one of them, also disconnect everything else except your screen and maybe keyboard then see, if this doesn't help try updating the bios

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Well...

I am VERY confused by your description here. I can't tell if you're talking about the processor as it appears inside of your computer itself...or if you're refering to the processor as it appears in Windows.

Please try to be a little more specific with your explanation. Go step-by-step in what you are doing and what is happening.

Cyryl

Posted on Nov 01, 2007

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