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  1. leigh40

    leigh40 Thread Starter

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    Hi chaps,
    I have just built a pc from tried and tested parts in a new case, since powering up I get loads of error messages :-
    Mshtml.dll
    Gdi.dll
    Kernel32.dll
    Krnl386.exe
    None of my games will run for very long with out locking up!
    Power point will not work!!!!
    So im thinking its graphics, so I reinstall my card but its no better
    Is it too be a system reinstall?

    Specs- 850MHz amd
    256 ram
    tnt nivda 32mb graphics
    asus a7vi-vm MB
    20gig hd

    help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. RSM123

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  3. ozinpho

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    Hi, have you checked out the ram speed suggested for M/board? You may be trying to run p133 ram in a board that will only accept p100 ram or vice-versa.
     
  4. stu37

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    hi leigh40, seems like it's running too warm. do you have enough fans etc?
     
  5. leigh40

    leigh40 Thread Starter

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    thanks chaps!!!
    you were right i was to hot!!
    graphics was too hot,
    never seen any thing like it if i put my sound card right up against my graphics it works,if i give it space it over heats?
    what is that all about?
    any way thanks and all the errors are gone!!!!!
    later
     
  6. stu37

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    you're welcome, anytime
    bob
     
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