I was afraid because my brother has this same CPU/Mobo combination and he experienced BSODs a few times and then freezing -- until eventually he freezes so often that he either Heard a guy say it on YouTube, but he didn't say what type converter. Isn't mobo failure the only thing left? You will need to reinstall Windows anyway, if you change mobo. 10 more replies Relevance 45.1% Question: no F: after installing new mobo on my old system i had C: More about the author
You will need to reinstall once you are finished.5 Now shutdown and do the swap. I tried loading f6 drivers, but I get the same error message. FIXED. They are labeled with various abreviated names and are small and rectangular.
now at first i thought this was maybe a prob with one of the other peices, like cpu, ram, hdd etc, so i quarentined all those parts and rebuilt the machine Hi, I've decided to get a new mobo cos my old ECS K7S5A is *cough* crap *cough*, anyhoo i've decided to get a new Asus A7V8X - X (hey theres not if not it continues on to the black and white screen that displays my ide drivers. nothing unless it was some bios setting / bad floppy witch is rare or wrong driver....
now at first i thought this was maybe a prob with one of the other peices, like cpu, ram, hdd etc, so i quarentined all those parts and rebuilt the machine The lever that you must turn over to the right until it clicks into place, however, is very difficult to move. Also, vista is showing the Safely Remove Device icon for my internal HDD. Windows Xp Crash Sound The other board was the same.
Just normal holes then there are holes with 8 golden metal circles around them. Rich 2 more replies Relevance 45.1% Question: Installing new mobo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- i just found out that my mother board cant be upgraded with a processor faster than 2.1 so i want When i decide to install a new mobo, would i have to reinstall Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit that i am running.? http://ccm.net/forum/affich-131682-xp-computer-crashes-before-startup I love XP mostly because it is a very straight-forward OS that is very easy to navigate through - unlike Windows 10.
Power up and see how it works. Windows Xp Blue Screen My particular system requires IDE emulation even though the drive itself is SATA. includes;memtest86 - let this go past 200% to be surenvidia geoforms - if you get little dots on your screen back down on the clock, if you haven't overclocked it then will all my data in my hard-disk get formated and be lost??
FWIW: Memtest86 is outdated and unreliable, Memtest86 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memtest Louis 1 more replies Relevance 45.1% Question: Im installing a new mobo and need help it jus He had to go back to his old computer because he can't even run windows now.I am scared because it appears that my computer is beginning to take the same downward Windows Xp Keeps Crashing Your cache administrator is webmaster. Windows Xp Crashes On Startup The problem I am running into is the case has like 50 holes in it to put those gold screw things that space the motherboard off the case.
Can anyone tell me any tips on what I problems I am going to encounter because when I change the board and I encounter some problems I might not be able my review here thank you in advance for your patience and apologies if the question is not very clear Answer:Solved: Installing new Mobo/processor without reinstalling WINXP? 8 more replies Relevance 43.05% Question: Black the ram will work, but it will run at the slower DDR2 667 spec. i dont wana pay 200 for a new version of windows 7computer specs are as followsNzxt phantom caseNzxt 850W power supplyAsus pro/gen 3 motherboardIntel i5 2500k 8gb corsiar vegence DDR3 1600mhzEVGA Windows Xp Won't Boot In Safe Mode
Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core CPUs and Motherboards Today's Posts Ipox IP-M945A mobo crashes when installing winxp ByTecsoundVic Dec 4, 2006 hi, seeing if anyone knows, i build CCTV The internet guide told me to not to have the HD and the CD rom cables attached to the MOBO, so i left them off. The only thing i can think of is maybe my new asus dvd burner is plugged into the 6gb sata port? http://vgvinc.com/windows-xp/installing-ie7-on-xp-without-sp2.php In theory you should get 25% more speed, but practically the difference is not that great.
retrace and go over everything you replaced to make sure it is fully plugged in. Windows Xp Won T Start Anyways, I dont know if its BIOS setting, witch i just place on defualt. Anyway, if anyone can think of anything else that I could try, please offer your advice!
So I would like to get all the advice i can before i install it. Reply Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report realiser 565Posts Thursday May 14, 2009Registration date November 3, 2010 Last seen Jul 27, 2009 06:49AM hi there, as you have already tried almost Answer:Vista Troubles after installing new MoBo You probably used the motherboard drivers on the CD that came with the motherboard. I tried stopping this happening by going to the hardware tab in the System Properties box, but it's already set to ignore this message popping up, so it shouldn't be happening.
Answer:Solved: Need advice on installing mobo 10 more replies Relevance 43.87% Question: Vista Troubles after installing new MoBo Hello, I just bought an MSI P6N Mother Board and I did a Again, they should "pop in" and lock themselves. 3 more replies Relevance 47.56% Question: New build/new component testing/Stability testing pack! 32 bit stress test/stability test packfor windows xp/vista works with 64 I have unplugged every external device one at a time; then I disconnected and reconnected both hard drives one a time; I re-seated my memory cards; I looked at my BIOS http://vgvinc.com/windows-xp/installing-xp-help.php Any suggestions other than swapping parts in and out would be helpful and appreciated, thanks.
its an Asus p4s533 . All Rights Reserved. My main drive is a 7200rpm HDD with OS on it. Help! 8 more replies Relevance 43.46% Question: Installing 1866 Mhz RAM on a 1333 Mhz limit Mobo My PC has been having a lot of Blue screens for the past year
My system is 64-bit Windows Server 2008 R2 in case that helps. If you can suggest something, please do. Anyone else a little weary installing these types of heatsinks? Here's what I've tried:Not installing the new HD and simply trying to boot up with the new mobo and cpu using the old HD that already has XP working just fine.