Question about Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard
I hav an Mercury PI945GCM mothermoard, on which i hav an nvidia 512Mb 7300 Geforce grapghic card,1 Gb RAM, an PCI internal dial up modem,when ever i work on my system for about an hour the system would just shut down,it'll first exit all the progs,and then say saving ur settings and windows is shutting down,and then it would not start up back again,at times it keeps restarting but never reaches the desktop,it just restarts right after reaching the bios slpash screen,and also at times if i adjust the connections for the speakers or the phone line for the dial up modem,it would shut down on me,and a few days ago it jsut stopped detecting the dial up modem,the system is just 2 months old and it started doing this in the 3rd week since got it,plz help.....running out of solutions...:(
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
Hi iam vinod
i have recently purchased this motherboard it support maximum 2GB,
Details : Mercury 945GCM, 2GB DDR2 (single module), 7200 Niveda Gforce, 160gb sata harddisk.
will it can support upto 4GB and 250GB & above HDD to later i can upgrade it,
as seller said it can be, but not fond in motherboard specification on website or in manual.
the problem i faced on the next day is:
it was shutting down itself, when i repair xp it's starts reload the xp installation again and running fine but it starts again when i shuttdown and given some time rest now its working fine. why this happen can any one know about it.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
Hello can i know who r u
i have the same mother board my sound drives r not working
can i get u r mother board cd
i suggest one that after some break of not using computer ito have the same problem .....
it go on restarting by moving your system ram card into another ramslot u can fix it
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
When windows detects a problem with a hardware device it will shutdown so as not to harm the overall system. Since you mentioned the speaker connections for the modem, disconnect the speaker connections & run the system. (Understanding you need your modem to connect to the internet). Continue to use the system & see if it messes up & shuts down.
If your system still shuts down do this.
At boot up press the F8 key every two seconds until windows boot menu loads. Choose to disable automatic restart on system failure. This should generate and display the device causing the error. (I'm guessing it will be the modem).
Try to write down the error message & post it here.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
Hi you go to control panel & setting power option set as preperly .....
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
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