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I tried a lot of things to get this thing to work ( special USB drivers for my amd cpu, monitoring software, process monitor, complete new installation of my system, virtual Regards, JF 10-20-2005, 08:00 AM #3 f-zero Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2005 Posts: 5 OS: WinXP Here is a quick update: All the hardware in the device Maybe turning off 'windows sounds' on that mixer might do something too? not all...

To reset CMOS, you also need to disconnect the PSU and wait a few seconds. Just wondering is there any other way to somehow have graphics drivers running in a separate environment - a bit like having a virtual operating system on your computer but instead Tried with all slots with other ram sticks and the did not wor km. If it doesn't blue screen as soon as windows loads, it reboots before windows loads.XP Pro SP2 glorybeenow6 years ago from TexasThis is a real question here, why is it that

I just found the problem and thought I might add my 2 cents in such case that people are still finding this thread and have this issue. A Bad CPU wouldn't post/detect in bios, would it?? I configured the BIOS the same way it was before, but it works!!!

The beeps were continuous which indicated a Memory error, but the memory tested ok under MemTest and in other systems. More importantly, please open a new bug report for each new bug/regression introduced by the 2.6.27 kernel and tag the bug report with 'linux-2.6.27'. Although the fact you've significantly overclocked your CPU and RAM might also be the issue. Once the live CD was up and running, I examined /proc/cpuinfo looking for only one core.

No more SpritesRandom times one of my (2) monitors would not post.Resocket Vid Card/RAM/CPU (Bent a couple pins but straightened then with razorblade. Perhaps a BIOS setting? It worked for me and i was very happy when i fixed and didnt have to buy a new one:) Reply to Laurent_6 robbosplaceSep 20, 2016, 4:25 AM Having the exact and what might cause it to fault?

does one play better with houdini/realflow than the other?this is really disapointing that my experieince setting up my work environment in linux has been such a nightmare.thanks in advance guys. and both those applications run great on linux. Dallas Roberts3 weeks ago I got a message while launching Watch Dogs 2 that I had outdated video drivers.. Then I shut if off, then when I try to boot again, it doesn't work, nothing at all lights up, no response.

otherwise there is the same problem, but not as hard as on the desktop computer.On Notebook #2, with the lowest power, there wasn't any problem or sound drop This is totally Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.sendingBill k6 years ago some good points thank you. I borrowed a second, "low-budget", notebook from my mother for some testing.The listing of all tested machines:Desktop computer:AMD Athlon X2 6000+ @ 2,98 GHz4 GB DDR2 RamMSI K9N Neo 2 Palit may be it has something to do with the DSDT acpi table.

Essentially this area is where data that should not be moved from RAM to the page file is stored. Also, if a peripheral i.e. L1/2/3 cache on the motherboard? I don't have a lot of confidence.

hmm, where exactly do i type “HOUDINI_ENABLE_THREADED_UI=0”.. I used to put it on the 2nd highest option but now I sometimes totally turn the software off. There are one of two ways you should be able to test: 1) If you are comfortable installing packages on your own, the linux-image-2.6.27-* package is currently available for you to solved My PC wont Boot unless i reset my BIOS by taking out the cmos battery for 10 seconds solved Cpu won't boot unless I take out the CMOS battery Can't

ill get back to you on that. As everything works fine with a amd64/x86_64 kernel I do not like the idea of messing around with BIOS settings (I haven't seen any obvious settings related to the CPU problem). lol.CheersChris kenanyigiter said: TOPIC: MOTHERBOARD BOOT PROBLEM, RESET CMOS REQUIRED [SOLVED]SUB TOPIC: WIRELESS KEYBOARD PREVENT BOOT [SOLVED]KEYWORDS: ASUS, MOTHERBOARD, BOOT PROBLEM, MEMOK, RESET CMOS, FIRST BUILD, WIRELESS KEYBOARD.Others have posted on

Then the horrors began.

in dmesg during the booting process Jim Hill (jhill3264) wrote on 2008-05-19: #14 Offering this as it may help diagnose this issue. hi, i just installed openSUSE 10.3 (64-bit). Thanks in advance! Why is this influenced by usage of computer resources.

So that card doesn't use RAM of the computer. Turn the PC on and immediately start pressing F8 over and over quickly until you see the boot menu. I have the same problem on an AMD Phenom 9600 Quad-core processor running the latest kernel 2.6.24-19 on a board with ATI RS690 chipset. Anyways, no errors everything went great.

You should run through the various suggested checks to see if they resolve the issue, it will usually related to recent installed or upgraded software or drivers, HDD or RAM.I suggested Author01i5 years ago from Eastbourne, East SUssex, EnglandI just wanted to point out that switching to Linux will certainly resolve the problem.