Reallocated sector count is one of the indicators I use. All but one of the rest of about a dozen PCs going back 15 years were other brands. (HP, Compaq, homebuilt, etc). > > Anyway, I've changed the power supply, used Check the table to see what code you've got. (See page 2) http://downloads.dell.com/Manuals/a...ktops/dimension-8300_service manual_en-us.pdf The chipset on your system is 875P (I have one of those). (There are two chips, 875P https://web.archive.org/web/2004121...support/edocs/systems/dim3000/en/SM/specs.htm Paul Paul, May 5, 2014 #8 Flasherly Guest On Mon, 5 May 2014 07:15:01 -0700 (PDT), wrote: >Could that be the hard drive. http://fixmyacer.com/dell-dimension/dell-dimension-3000-crashes.html
If the OS is already installed, you install the Promise driver while the system is still using the Southbridge port. The only other card I have is the one in my everyday computer and I'd prefer not to use it for testing just because if anything were to happen to it Not when XP boots up and not when I open a media player. When I turn secure boot off, setup copies the files to the SSD and reboots; I then get a screen that says "Recovery" and that it can't find \Windows\System32\winload.efi with error http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19995434
Now, whenever I try to get into Windows XP, it freezes at the startup splash screen, with the blue bars frozen. also make sure efi and legacy bot is on and try turning off secure boot. But not atthe same time of course, beacuse as I said, I can't find a way to get thissystem to see two hard drives at the same time. While there may be some way to limit the modes the BIOS can run the drive in at startup, I doubt a Dell supports that.
When the splash screen is disabled the POST screen will be shown instead. I think I have three of the cards here. I have a router that would allow me to access remotely, but thought if its mirrored in the cloud I could access files from my onedrive. The current old system is running Vista 64bit with SP1; however, their is something wrong with the user accounts as I can not login as an administrator even though it allows
Because it is AC'97, you won't be having any problems with Microsoft UAA driver. If you replace a power supply on those, you have to be careful to compare the cable harness colors (on the 20 pin main cable), and see whether the original supply If you install the video driver, you'll get more resolutions. http://newwikipost.org/topic/akegT67V00rkKmHp2fiVR5WNhMEnZwe1/dell-bios.html Flasherly, May 10, 2014 #12 Guest On Friday, May 9, 2014 8:08:05 PM UTC-4, Paul wrote: > wrote: > > > Thaks everyone. > > > > > > I just
Sometimes, the USB ports go into latchup from static electricity, and the bond wires supplying 5V to the Southbridge, they burn out. Can't find your answer ? I looked in the folder for the program (Named: Key in the Cloud x64 1.1.2), and it has one folder, named 1.1.2, which in turn has 18 items. 2 of the My second question is, can I overclocked e8400 intel, becouse my Bios is not classic, I can't overclock processor from bios(I mean that is locked motherboard, I don't know..) But Can
You can also carefully remove all RAM sticks after touching the metal case to discharge any static electricity, then power up to see if it beeps a warning about missing RAM. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2213930/skips-post-splash-screen-startup-unable-bios-gpu-installed.html I have to pull the computer AC plug and plug it back in after a few seconds and then press the "on" button to get the computer to start sending a I check with my Task Mgr to see if it's running, but nothing. Case in point.
I would also run those now to see what they find. have a peek at these guys You can also press the esc key as the computer boots to temporarily disable the splash screen. The Dell Audio section on that web page you showed, has an AD198x driver suitable for that purpose. Install > > the driver first, and maybe the audio will > > magically appear, and none of the following > > will apply. > > > > On page 38
I just picked up a working DELL 8300, so I'll test the drive in that. I have to pull the computer AC plug and plug it back in aftera few seconds and then press the "on" button to get the computer to start sending a monitor We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. check over here In fact, attempting to play a DVD or MP3 using any media player causes the computer to stop communicating with the monitor and the screen goes black. (It also did this
Like, force the drive to run only the slowest PIO mode. (Once the OS boots, it gets to pick the modes after that.) All my systems here, they stay at "Auto" The computer boots normally to the Windows XP login screen. Prime95 Torture Test, which exercises processor and memory.
How can i upgrade processor in inspirion 3552? B) As per your recommendation I installed the 865G video driver which immediately corrected any video resolution problems after booting up. I don't know anything about the PCI audio card or the PCI ideo card whichhad twin monitor connections. Put it back in the dumpster and go buy a new one from a shop, with a support package and a copy of PCs for Dummies. -- (\_/) (='.'=) (")_(")
The only way to restart is to do a hard reset. A generic XP install, say as opposed to and if included, Dell's XP disc might be interesting. I got it via Craigslist from these PC repair guys that I had previously gotten that DELL 2600 server(which I'm getting back to working on after 6 months). http://fixmyacer.com/dell-dimension/dell-dimension-3000-won-t-boot-fixed-problem.html I thought about reinstall a OS but not sure if I should use Vista, Ubuntu, Windows 7-10, or a server system.
urgently.0 0 10/25/16--04:57: M2 "hard drive" and imaging with SCCM Contact us about this article Starting with the basic info until I can get more detailed.... But when I got it home I realized that there was no audio. Mine is HDAudio instead of AC'97, so the driver file names won't be the same. Thanks for yout help in advance. 0 0 10/25/16--10:52: not getting 0K7974/GG555 Contact us about this article DELL OPTIPLEX GX620 MOTHERBOARD 0HH807 0F8098 0X9682 0HJ780 0MD525 0CJ334 Could be used
Youhaveto hate me. Is there any sign of mobo life? It goes as far as the "Microsoft Corporation" screen with the green bar that goes across in intervals and then it resets. > > Could that be the hard drive. The Northbridge has a heatsink (but doesn't fail), whereas the ICH5 Southbridge has no heatsink.
All but one of the rest of about a dozen PCs going back 15 years were other brands. (HP, Compaq, homebuilt, etc). I have read postings >from around 20 different people with that problem. >One poster lost a total of five motherboards with >ICH5 chips on them. If some driver file isn't installed, sometimes that will tell me I didn't do part of it right. Here's my current status of FW:(add new tag) Adult Image?
The problem was the RAM was the wrong kind, too slow for the computer. Because, Nyx, I'm your mother, and a mother will always love her daughter,no matter what." -Past sins by Pen stroke. Installed new gpu, now it takes 2-3 minutes to boot. Last Known Good Configuration gives the same results.
Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. So you think there is a video problem with the 8300 ? Not from the front or rear of the case.