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see what this says.
i've seen the gigabyte recommended elsewhere and it comes with 8+2 phase.
it would be helpful for a little more info on what your current and future usage is.
it's general not necessary to do anything but install the new card and run the latest official driver package.
not knowing exactly what vidcard you have, 70c is not exceptionally hot.
i would start running ubuntu trial install. http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/try-ubuntu-before-you-install see if it...
was just thinking of you a couple of days ago while refreshing my memory regarding am2 processors.
undersea alert "560"
ohh! what fun we had. :shake:
my two 24/7 rigs...
tested against superpi, the 140 would be faster clock for clock. 3370mhz was the best i got out of my 6000 windsor in a nf590 mb.
in most cases, no.
then there is cpuz to check to see if the timings are correct.
look at the hard drive. it more than likely has a standard sata power and data connection.
there is also a check box in task manager to show all users. you may need to tick that to show the ram...
have you checked task manager to see what's eating up the ram?
best way to scan a drive is to put it on another rig as a data drive.
what's your goal here? is your os 64bit?
i would start with the free version of these on the laptop.
i found this review which states the above.
bring up task manager and look at what processes are using the cpu.
could be some the ink cartridges have gone bad. by running the quality check multiple times, is there any improvement? black looks to be the suspect.
just guessing here. :)
first thing i would try is to run the printhead cleaning process.
when it reboots, does it do a normal shutdown or one of those hard crashes?
one thing to look for in the event viewer is hard drive errors. if you don't see anything in the event viewer you might...
there is a new release.
ok then let's eliminate our new ram from the equation. download and run mem86 on the new ones.
have you updated any drivers recently or maybe added any new hardware?
your good to go. it's just showing it's check list of things to do while posting. it's when it stops at a code we have a problem. :D
i would avoid flashing the bios except as the last resort.
have you tried entering the bios and loading default setting? clearing the bios/cmos with the jumper?
installing a new battery might...
a inexpensive multimeter on a 12v molex during a cold boot could give you something.
did you think to make sure that there isn't an extra motherboard tray stand off, that the old board needed but the new one doesn't? i'll assume you still have your old motherboard. you could check...
both amd and nvidia are scoring on the low side. my 7870 is the only card i have setup to catch them but more to avoid the dreaded core 16. :D