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  1. Low Level Formatting my HDD

    Hi, Some old motherboards had the low level format ontion in the bios screen itself. You may want to try that. best luck, Austin.
  2. emachines H5036 USB Problem

    Hi, Looks like your board's USB ports are screwed. The best thing is to buy a PCI USB card 2.0 so u can user your USB devises. Please make sure you stop the USB devises before you unplug them all the time. best luck, Austin
  3. Gigabyte GA-N680SLI-DQ6 RV2 Mobo bios help please

    Hi, I have noticed that the maximum memory clock your board supports is 800 Mhz, Up to 8 Gb total memory. Hence it may be running your 1066MHz Kingston memory at 800 Mhz. You either need to upgrade to a good motherboard or use lower clock ram max up to 800Mhz. Specifications of your CPU http://processorfinder.intel.com/details.aspx?sSpec=SLA9U Specifications of your Motherboard http://www.gigabyte-usa.com/Products/Mot...=GA-N680SLI-DQ6 best luck, Austin
  4. New pc doesn't restart, shutsdown instead

    Hi, looks like your SMPS has Starting trouble, happens with many SMPS, Try installing another SMPS and that shuold work. Best Luck, Asutin
  5. cant go back to xp

    Hi, I totally agree with Wilhelmus, you need to pesss f6 and install the third party sata controller at the start of wetup. Best luck, Austin
  6. Logitech G9 Cursor problem help please

    Hi, if this is an optical mouse please don’t user it on glass or transparent surface . Try it on the notebook and it should work fine. Other buttons work, shows that the mouse is connected to the system properly. Also check for drivers issue. Try the mouse on another computer. Otherwise replace the mouse. best luck, Austin
  7. Graphics card

    Hi, Looks like your mother board supports only AGO cards and not PCI express cards. Please buy any good(NVIDIA or ATI)AGP card with 8 X 1.5 v specification. Link to manual of your mother board joule.bu.edu/~hazen/LinuxCluster/e1511_p4r800-vm.pdf Best luck, Austin.

    Hi Try the following 1) Update all your drivers., specially Graphics card. 2) Uninstall any device you install lately. 3) check the event viewer for the memory location error messages, your ram chip or slot may be faulty. Try inserting RAM in the other slot. 4) I f you have 2 RAM modules try both individually, one at a time. 5) check if any 2 devises are sharing same IRQ, if yes uninstall one of them. Best Luck Austin
  9. Intel D915GAV_power supply connector problem

    Hi , I have seen the picture and I do understand your problem. The 2*2 ($ pin) connector is a new type of connector which comes with the new boards, namely since 915 series. The connector needs to be inserted in the same power socket with the 2x10 power connector , which is the main power source of your mother board. In the image you have shown the exact location of the connector. To support 75 watt PCI Express requirements in the current systems the 2 x 10 main power connector has been replaced by a 2 x 12 connector. The 2 x 2 power connector is added for the second 12V rail that supports the processor.
  10. my cd/dvd drive is no longer recognized by my comp

    Hi, Please provide the motherboard and CD Rom specifications.
  11. HD Full

    Hi, I would suggest you to stick with your old hard drive. Just format all the disk drives and you should be thought. if you need i will give u full help for installing windows xp, if you have the installation disk. Before even formatting try chk dsk, may help you.
  12. Any one have solutions

    Hi, i think you shuld check the event viezer for the reason of rebooting. Right click on my computer , select manage, and see the event which caused the system to reboot.