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Ever since then i've been having some problems. I paid them to install everything so it would be 'covered. They lost my business there because they are the ones who installed it improperly. They stated everything was compatible because I took my comp in and showed it to them so there would be no mistakes. The first problem I had, though, was the insane load up times.
It would show a pic of the intel HT motherboard info for about 30 secs, try to load, get some writing that would only let me bypass it by ctrl-alt-deling it and then back to another intel pic for the motherboard info. I timed it once Now i'm having problems installing stuff.
I get the BSOD that tells me its beginning the physical memory dump everytime I try to install something large from disc. Doom 3, Harry Potter game and now a pre order disc for Everquest 2. I somehow got Doom 3 to install after 2 full days of fiddling. I plan on buying more memory and a new HD soon and possibly a new video card but would like this fixed before I add more hardware onto the pile when maybe some of the current stuff is messed and needs replacing.
Hopefully someone can help me out because i've spent countless hours trying to fix it and searching help forums and FAQs galore and never once found anyone with a similar problem.
Thanks in advance. Specs will open up my box to get more info if required, this is all off the top of my head : Windows XP 2. Jerry Distinguished. Dec 31, 1, 0 19, 0. If you have only one Mb stick this could slow things down. Mobo manual should have info. Mobo book The mobo should have come with a CD so you could install the chipset, audio, video, etc drivers - was that done.
Also, Intel has updated mobo drivers on their web site. I learned enough years ago to do my own computer assembling and repair so as to avoid 'so-called' computer stores. Also, ATI recently posted version 4.
Update: Got rid of the intel picture I dunno if this is normal. Before I upgraded I booted waaaay faster. Here's the error message from the BSOD: atapi. You bought a new mobo, processod and PSU. And had it installed in an old case with HD etc? Did the old HD have XP installed, that you think will automatically recognize such an upgrade without problems?
It needed to have at least an repair install done on it, but I don't know if that works any more , if you have tinkered with the drivers and such No listing for the atapi. You must log in or register to reply here. Post thread. Reviews comments. Started by SHaines Apr 20, Replies: Started by gadenn Yesterday at PM Replies: 6.
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