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Huge Problem Have No Idea Whats Going On?!?!? Help!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Aodmystic, Jan 8, 2006.

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  1. Aodmystic

    Aodmystic Thread Starter

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    So yah my computer has been acting up a lot lately I reformatted and got all my drivers installed but the computer locks up and freezes when I try to play a game so thinking it was the gfx card I went to the device manager to see if it was having conflicts and there was nothing wrong but noticed a yellow and black exclamation mark by my processor so can anybody tell me whats up with this thing
     
  2. kronus

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    What OS?
     
  3. Aodmystic

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    Its WindowsXP Home
     
  4. kronus

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    might be you forgot to load your motherboard drivers. Have a go at that, see if it clears it up.
     
  5. Aodmystic

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    No go... installed the chipset for the motherboard and it still locks up like no other
     
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    Tell us about your system. Specs including things like Mobo, cpu, video card model, Ram, Power supply, etc.
     
  7. Aodmystic

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    P4 2.8Ghz HT
    Asus P4R800-VM Mobo
    386mb DDR RAM
    ATi Radeon 8500
    400 Watt PS
    Seagate 80gb HDD
    Onboard LAN/Audio
     
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