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Freeze after post

Just after post i get a screen with intel motherboard logo

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Your motherboard seems to have an integrated graphics card. ull have to uninstall your 7300, and load up into your motherboards BIOS by hitting F2 while your computer boots, disable your onboard graphics. You should find an option to set your Primary Display Adapter in the Advanced > Video Settings menu. You'll then want to save and exit, and shut down your computer and install the 7300. If your issue persists, ensure that your BIOS setting is set correctly.

You might also need to update your BIOS: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Filter_Res...g=eng&strOSs=38

Posted on May 24, 2008

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Intel boards wont start the os after they finish post if the memory or cpu are running at the wrong speed or voltage. SInce most boards nowadays are auto sensing you may have the wrong memory/cpu combo. Also you may have zapped any of the components if they were not installed in an ESD (electro static discharge) environment.

Posted on May 24, 2008

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