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New Mobo/comp errors

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Esky, Apr 3, 2003.

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  1. Esky

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    hey i recently given a new mobo (a7v 133 -c) froma friend he also gave me a themal take 7 and a new psu, ok i stalled all of it into my case and changed everything etc. When bios first boots it tells me only one hdd is connected rrrrrr i recconect ide cables/power etc. get both drives working YAY! then when i power on it goes staight into bios and tell me there was something wrong with the cpu or sdram timings/settings i mess around with that change sum stuff (sorry i can be more specific :( ) Then i boots into windows and it gives me a blue screeen error telling me to remove the newly installed hard drive or scsi drive :( . Then i put in cd rw. It still says something wrong with the cpu or sdram timings/settings i mess around again ,make it display cpu fna speed and other options related to cpu i also underclcok it to 1110 mhz or sumthing arounf that field which was one of the selectable options. Ok now for the big kahuna when i boot it turns on all fans/hardware etc working beeps then turns off the greeen led is still working though. I have gf2 300 wat psu amd xp 1700 512 meg sd ram errr liteon 48x12x48 cdrw seagate barracude 4 60 gig quatum fireball 2 gig. Thanks for the help in advance.

    Ohh i took out all the ram and it kept running and made that continual beep code so i tried some other ram sticks (3) and still same old trun off stuff. Shoudl i try and change the dip switches or sumthing. Thanks in advance.
     
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