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RAID0 crash maybe?

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RAID0 crash maybe?

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that had crossed my mind. im doing HD tune test right now to see if something went wrong.
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To me it sounds like a HDD crash or a drive went bad. Could be a motherboard problem, but I doubt it. All problems sound like a hard drive is failing, vista loading slow, can't run sli (corrupt drivers)...etc
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To me it sounds like a HDD crash or a drive went bad. Could be a motherboard problem, but I doubt it. All problems sound like a hard drive is failing, vista loading slow, can't run sli (corrupt drivers)...etc
we will see soon. i hope not.
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post #15 of 24
maybe a virus you got from downloading

btw to me it sounds like you need a fresh install of windows but like you said it could also be a bad mobo.
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ok well last night i went to play crysis with some new driver and i loaded it up and then it started artifacting then i alt tabed out of the game and then a BSOD poped up and the screen was still artifacting. so i didnt think anything of it and restarted well my computer wouldnt boot at all so i tried to put the vista disk in and repair the startup files. well it froze at the windows loading screen after you put the disk in. so i tried to let it boot and it took 23 minutes and 37 seconds. (i timed it) so after i got into windows i noticed my date was set to year 2050 and all my progrmas were giving me errors. also when i went to check my fans AFTER it took that long to boot i accidently pulled a stick of ram out while it was running. so tell me what i need to replace.
Try shutting the PC down and completely removing everything from the motherboard. Let it sit for a few minutes and if possible get another battery for the motherboard. They are $2-$4 at the most. You'll need a CR2032 battery. It may not need to be replaced, but it won't hurt anything if you do.

After all the components have been unplugged for a bit. Put it all back together and boot up. This may or may not work. I had this happen a few weeks ago. It ended up being a bad battery on the motherboard not keeping the correct settings. I just recently replaced the battery and my bootup was much better "normal" and when I adjusted the BIOS that caused errors before it worked fine this time. Good luck hope this helps.


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How did you manage to accidently pull out a stick of ram while running ??? :S ???

People are getting dumber and dumber X(
Nice, anything else you'd like to not help with? Accidents happen.
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Try shutting the PC down and completely removing everything from the motherboard. Let it sit for a few minutes and if possible get another battery for the motherboard. They are $2-$4 at the most. You'll need a CR2032 battery. It may not need to be replaced, but it won't hurt anything if you do.

After all the components have been unplugged for a bit. Put it all back together and boot up. This may or may not work. I had this happen a few weeks ago. It ended up being a bad battery on the motherboard not keeping the correct settings. I just recently replaced the battery and my bootup was much better "normal" and when I adjusted the BIOS that caused errors before it worked fine this time. Good luck hope this helps.




Nice, anything else you'd like to not help with? Accidents happen.

Something tells me that it being down to the CMOS battery is just wishful thinking. most pc's (including my own) have a small amount of power supplied to them even when turned off. so provided the pc isn't physically unplugged from the mains the CMOS retains it's data. this is precisely what the battery is for.

The CMOS is just volatile memory and requires power constantly in order for it to retain any data. the battery supplies this power for moments when the PC is directly unplugged from the wall socket. so enless he has unplugged his rig from the wall or lost electricity to the house recently then this can't be the problem (apologies if you have and i missed it)

What he could do is attempt to enter BIOS, change something, save and quit, unplug his pc from the mains and leave it for 10 minutes, plug it back in, boot and check to see if his BIOS changes remains, if not then this is probably a contributing factor to his problem.

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Originally Posted by Ace of Spades View Post
How did you manage to accidently pull out a stick of ram while running ??? :S ???

People are getting dumber and dumber X(
Your assumptions are what's dumb, nothing else.

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Originally Posted by G|F.E.A.D|Killa View Post
EDIT: my post screen even takes 3 minutes to go through.
Perhaps it's running more thorough tests during POST. this would make sense if it was set to do so in BIOS at default - which is what it would be if the CMOS was reset.
Edited by Thingamajig - 7/6/08 at 12:26pm
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ok i just tried the cmos thing and everything was still there when i pluged it back in. im just going to break out the spare computer and send my board back, get new ram and hope for the best.

EDIT: after this is all said and done i will give out reps to the ones who helped me. even if you helped more then once i will rep twice
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post #19 of 24
shoot, I was hoping it would start working again. So you think both sticks are bad or maybe just the RAM slots?
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post #20 of 24
why don't you try a clean install? Before you do this change your raid setup to different SATA ports, this sometimes tricks the computer. I have done this before. Good luck.
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