No menue from the installation disc appeared during the hour. List PSU details, example in my signature Have you tried with 2 memory sticks only? I use Xilence W in my system. Here is a list for the Silverstone W: I have to go to my girlfriend to find out more.
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The mobbo is an MSI! I made a fresh, clean installation, formatting the hard drive first. This guy seems to think we have a crystal ball that shows solutions whenever we look into it. We might be able to borrow his and I will then not need to remove mine and bring it home to her.
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Anyway, we will see him back when his W PSUs have exploded because of the constant overload they carry. You might try her PSU in your system. Well beep codes are not the same for all BIOS systems. I can do so during the weekend.
Mabye it is the on board VGA that causes the fault, even when it is “disconnected”. But chances are big that it will solve the problem.
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That is what I know at present. I bet it works fine then. Yes, I will check her system with a more powerfull PSU. The PSU is not to blame that a driver can not be installed into a k9qgm3
It all works in fail safe mode. She then inserted the installation disc for the GeCube. And that’s the last I’m going to type about your problem.
Is it fixed or is there still problem? I have tested the computer to another monitor also. We struggled for 1,5 days again to find out how to get the HDPro to run with driver.
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It is fine for her system and the power is enough. Bios should have nothing to do with an intermittant video problem. I have spent 6 hours this evening, looking k9gam3 the root to the cause. What PSU you have there?
You need to do a process of elimanation. When the current limiters is activated the voltage will decrease and cause the system to crash.
My system contains following items: I got the motherboard replaced by warranty. No menue from the installation disc k9amg3 during the hour.
The system had big problems booting! I will look for help elswhere to find the solution. The driver from the disc was installed successfully and the Vista system run fine.
Does it work in XP? When the Vista installation was finished and booted it crashed once again. The Silverston can support a maximum of W. What is more likely to be?