Also, i still havent reset the bios. To erase the BIOS password follow these steps: Turn OFF the computer and unplug the power cord. Move the jumper on jumper CLR_PWD to pins 2-3. So do enter your BIOS and write down the settings so that when you reset you can enter them back. have a peek at this web-site
Im sorry I didnt mention it, I didnt know myself. having issues atm with installing all im getting is a blue screen of death when it tries to install IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL working on fixing the issue now jimijames85, Dec 26, 2010 My question for you is when you were handling the ram, did you feel a shock between you and the ram? What is the full BSOD message as at times it does tell you the faulting file, which can link us to the culprit and likely a fix. https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00906137
DavidGP, Mar 10, 2011 #22 james_ryan02 Private E-2 DavidGP said: ↑ Hi James Yes resetting the BIOS may cure a setting up, at times I have seen a PC not work Learn More. If you are getting freezes, next time one happens, reboot your PC then open Event Viewer up and then look in System and Application log lists for an error (red X)
What can i do to make these work. I looked in event viewer, and there was no errors shown. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices CPUs ALL How-tos Win 10 Win 8 Win 7 Win XP Win Vista Win 95/98 Win NT Win Me Win 2000 Win bluebird64.sys took me a while to work out what that was (had to search past all the mention of potential malware and the ubiquitious registry cleaner fixes) and do you have
Mediashield ROM BIOS 6.94 Copyright 2006 Nvidia Corp. james_ryan02, Mar 21, 2011 #30 james_ryan02 Private E-2 I have just looked at the icon on the bottom right 'saftey remove hardware and eject media. - Theres 4 things, my usb, I find it wierd that its every now and than. navigate here I think (HOPEFULLY) the problem was a faulty stick?
When you go to HP, they only have the file / programs to work with Vista, the original OS, NOT windows 7, that I updated to. ill attach the log for that one too.. The computer didn't crash when I had it installed. Happy Easter to you too.
David DavidGP, Mar 17, 2011 #24 james_ryan02 Private E-2 ok, well it seems that ist the problem. http://ccm.net/download/download-23825-network-driver-for-the-ecs-iris8-mcp61pm-hm-motherboard Haven't had a blue screen at all yet which is good. But before the above boot into safe mode (F8 at boot and choose Safe Mode with Networking) and see if your PC behaves ok? Thanks again for your patience, and great help James james_ryan02, Mar 31, 2011 #42 james_ryan02 Private E-2 Also, I tried to download that bios update within the link you provided,
as that would be what I would try and then do a Windows update and then install the graphics driver I listed above only. http://codingcontext.com/drivers-for/drivers-for-motherboard-asrock.php I have no idea what this means from these different errors. I did however install a standard VGI driver. James DavidGP said: ↑ Hi James We should be able to also rule out your HDD as external USB HDDs dont use a driver of that nature, your Printer should be
First time really. Thanks!! it would not boot up, windows would freeze on loading. Source the drivers are up to date.
help on step by step downloading and installing GIGABYTE GA-H61M-DS2 REV.5 motherboard drivers using usb solved Gigabyte 970a-ud3p rev 2 freezing when installing graphcis drivers solved Cooler Master The Trooper Rev James DavidGP said: ↑ Hi James Good bit of detective work and I would imagine that that stick is the faulting one and its not fairly common to get a duff Both the memory testers came back with no errors nor the hard drive check.
The apps your talking, the only programs i put on the computer is Autocad, Revit, adobe creative suite, sketchup, just design based programs which wouldnt create problems, and never have problems If I ran checks on the hard drive, and also the memory and received no error, than they cant be damaged can they? With that stick out, I havent had any errors, but I just could have some in a few days, since its only been 2 days since trialed. well hope this triggers something.
DavidGP, Mar 8, 2011 #17 james_ryan02 Private E-2 Hey, I have followed your first set of instructions, I havent popped out the mother board battery nor seen if one memory stick Than one day it started so i thought id take my chance. Thanks again for your help, everything is helpful. have a peek here Instructions would be great..
Everything is uptodate. Thanks again for your help its been more than appreciated! Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. I would hang off on the BIOS as it seems as if for now your PC is working well.
You ALSO can't update anything else through HP because all the updates are for VISTA ONLY & they say they don't support anything that is Windows 7 because it's not an James james_ryan02, Feb 21, 2011 #4 DavidGP MajorGeeks Forum Administrator - Grand Pooh-Bah Staff Member Hi Yes if you dont get the BSOD now as you have removed the main Last edited: Mar 7, 2011 SnowFalcon, Mar 7, 2011 #14 james_ryan02 Private E-2 SnowFalcon said: ↑ I have the same problem and so far what I have been able to determine Thanks again for your time, Hopefully we are almost there..
I held out till we could narrow it down. I do have a Tv card within the pc, although not through usb, you simply plug the aerial in. Thanks for all the input to date! Free tech support, motherboard ID, and more.
I have attached the log, which u can see my system specs.. AS for SP1 for Win7, well its not a major update, most is compatibility and stability updates, but that could be what you need, its going to be a leap of Information HP fraudulent caller alert - protect yourself from scams Learn what to do if you are contacted by fraudulent callers posing as HP representatives. as for temps those seem ok, not as cool as I'd like but should be fine.
As I was previously typing this to you the computer gave me another blue screen, one I have seen before. When you startup the PC you will need to enter BIOS setup to reset any custom BIOS settings.