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Originally Posted by Dr_Fil
URL, online ?
Yes, you need a website to host it for you. Personally I use http://imageshack.us/ Its free, so don't worry about paying for anything
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post #22 of 38
You need to click the Go Advanced button on the post box where you are typing--then click the manage attachments button then browse to that location on your PC then click upload--as long as the pictures are not over the size listed in the browser you will be good to go...
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post #23 of 38
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Originally Posted by Wilson
Yes, you need a website to host it for you. Personally I use http://imageshack.us/ Its free, so don't worry about paying for anything
No you only need to follow the instructions I just gave you and you will be good to go.
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post #24 of 38
Thread Starter 
The pics are too big in size.. How do i reduce the size of them ?
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post #25 of 38
Aaaah, just use the online file storage thingy, it is easier.
But if you want, you just reduce their size, like 200X400 (that was as an example, try to make them bigger). Also save them as jpeg format.
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post #26 of 38
Sounds to me like you do not have all the stuff you need plugged in.

On the Mobo there will be a header (a place to plug the ribbon cable from the DVD probably blue that is about a 1/4" wide and 2" long--plug one end of the cable into that (it might also be blue) but try to determine which end to plug in--if your ribbon cable has three plugs then plug the one furthest from the other two and plug the last one into the DVD. You will need to attach a 4-pin molex power cable to the DVD as well it is oriented with two angled ends on the edge of the plug so that it can only be put in one way--it is proabbaly white plastic--you will no doubt have several of these plugs from the PSU.

The SATA drive may also need a 4 pin molex power cable as well as the SATA cable--but only if the SATA cable is the small (1/4" by 1/16") type that does not supply power. Some SATA drives take a specail power plug that not all PSUs have--in that case an adapter from molex to SATA is required. Do Not plug both the SATA power and the Molex power cables into the HDD or it will kill it.

The data cable for the SATA is not end-specific and is plugged into the SATA header on the mobo (use the manual). Some mobos will not recognise a SATA drive until the drivers for the SATA HBA have bee loaded--stupid--but that's some mobos not all. In that case you must use an IDE HDD (with a ribbon and molex like the DVD) first--which is a royal pain and time consuming (you would load WIndows on the IDE then after it boots load the SATA drivers and other chipset drivers for the mobo then load Windows onto the SATA drive--stupid, but again that is just some Mobos...)

On the Mobo there are two power conections (use the manual) and two plugs from the PSU--these must both be connected.

Your Vcard may require power from the PSU--this will be in the Vcard documentation--but if you see a little power connector like you might see on the back of a Floppy Drive that would be it and it needs juice before it will work.

Those are all issues that could be related to your problem.

Hope that helps!
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post #27 of 38
Agreed with Druid.. check connections..
    
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post #28 of 38
Also guys who are responding...he posted the same thing in a different thread, so look at what we have been responding with as well...
http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...boot-bios.html
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post #29 of 38
You might do well to read this particular FAQ http://www.overclock.net/faqs/70895-...new-build.html
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post #30 of 38
power/reset switch plugged in the right way?
Make sure EVERYTHING on you mobo is plugged in..sometimes there's lots of plugs... need power for all of them.
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