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post #11 of 17
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could be the cmos battery going bad.

read the manual before replacing.

Replaced the CMOS a month ago, no change.
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you take a look at that bsod view thing I linked to you might want to and then post back what it says is going on with the bsod's as something is wrong if it is hanging on the bios also...

Most of the time my computer will freeze and not even post a BSOD requiring me to manually reboot the computer.


Nonetheless, I ran Whocrashed software any it has not given me an error relating to Drivers. Only the 1033 code that I had previously which is hardware related. I checked my PSU with DR Power 2 with no error, ran memtest, ran chkdisk, replaced my CMOS, double checked my connections, replaced my thermal compound, have normal temps, and still am having this problem.

I can only narrow it down to the motherboard however, I still think it can be the PSU despite the tester not giving me an error. The motherboard has no sign of bulges or bad compositors.

I really want to build a new PC as this is quite old, but I don't have the funds right now and hoping that for my Birthday/Christmas I will get it as a gift from my parents
post #13 of 17
well my thought is this:

I hear you are low on funds can you get any funds for a new powersupply? because even if it isn't the Powersupply if it was me I'd ditch that CM psu when I built a new rig hopefully come xmas time anways)


cheap and should get the job done: Corsair CX500

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139027


if it was me and I could scrounge up some monies I'd get this one however.. $59.99 after rebate and promo offer
SeaSonic M12II 750 SS-750AM
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151107


if that doesn't fix the issue then you could start looking for used 775 motherboards I bet you could find one cheap (reminds me i have a few 775 motherboards I need to look at doing something with around here) if you needed to wait on a major upgrade for $ reasons.
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Most of the time my computer will freeze and not even post a BSOD requiring me to manually reboot the computer.


Nonetheless, I ran Whocrashed software any it has not given me an error relating to Drivers. Only the 1033 code that I had previously which is hardware related. I checked my PSU with DR Power 2 with no error, ran memtest, ran chkdisk, replaced my CMOS, double checked my connections, replaced my thermal compound, have normal temps, and still am having this problem.

I can only narrow it down to the motherboard however, I still think it can be the PSU despite the tester not giving me an error. The motherboard has no sign of bulges or bad compositors.

I really want to build a new PC as this is quite old, but I don't have the funds right now and hoping that for my Birthday/Christmas I will get it as a gift from my parents

Are you on the original Bios or was it updated?
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Most of the time my computer will freeze and not even post a BSOD requiring me to manually reboot the computer.


Nonetheless, I ran Whocrashed software any it has not given me an error relating to Drivers. Only the 1033 code that I had previously which is hardware related. I checked my PSU with DR Power 2 with no error, ran memtest, ran chkdisk, replaced my CMOS, double checked my connections, replaced my thermal compound, have normal temps, and still am having this problem.

I can only narrow it down to the motherboard however, I still think it can be the PSU despite the tester not giving me an error. The motherboard has no sign of bulges or bad compositors.

I really want to build a new PC as this is quite old, but I don't have the funds right now and hoping that for my Birthday/Christmas I will get it as a gift from my parents

Are you on the original Bios or was it updated?

I updated my bios last week and I am still having the problem
post #16 of 17
when you said you ran memtest, you mean you used memtest86 or something, right?

i must have missed it. have you tried reassembling your rig outside the case?
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when you said you ran memtest, you mean you used memtest86 or something, right?

i must have missed it. have you tried reassembling your rig outside the case?


Yes Memtest86.

No I did not reassemble the computer outside the case nor do I plan to. Like I said I double checked all the wires and everything is connected correctly. I replaced my HDD SATA cable with a new one and I still have the issue. Once my PC is running it is fine for hours unless its under heavy load.

But if it does not boot up correctly once into windows, It can takes many retries to get the PC to run. The crashing that does occur in windows results in the PC freezing up requiring a manual restart or it reboots by itself which later freezes up in bios requiring yet another cycle through of restarts.

If I only had the funds to build a brand new PC I would do it now as even without problems, the PC is showing its age. I guess I will have to wait for my Birthday/Christmas (Since they are very close to each other the new PC will count for both occasions) I just wish it was a simple fix.

It really sucks as I am unable to play my PC games.
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