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Hows your thermal compound? Got any dust on that possibly?
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[url]www.memtest86.com[/url] This is usually a memory fault (either faulty RAM or faulty sockets on the board). Grab memtest and see what it reports.
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Remove all the ram from the machine and turn it on. If it doesn't give a beep code, your board is fried. Look for blown caps...
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In BOTH of you videos the CPU was on for longer than a second. Your argument is invalid. The first video is under a relatively heavy (compared to startup) load and still survives on the low end/low power CPUs (Dual ~2 GHz). The second, I cant really judge due to the fact t...
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That's most likely because you are a retard and your CPU overheated due to it not being applied to your heatsink Totally different fucking story. Learn to read. We are referring to the paste touching the motherboard and its components. [editline]17th July 2012[/editline] bah...
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Nope. You are 100% correct. If you are using the entire SSD for everyday use, then it is going to go quick. That article also assumes "Even Wear" which means 100% of the SSD's cells have been written. Each time you save a document, or even modify it, data changes, and that wil...
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Sure thing. Theres whole debates over this shit. I started following it when they first came out with the things, but lost interest in most of it. Like I had said "Back in the early models" when they first came out... Best 2 links I could find: [url]http://www.storagesearch...
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[QUOTE=Impulse101;36805255]All right, I searched for more solutions yesterday and no dice so I guess I have to re-build :( I need one last advice though, since I'm gonna bring my PC to a PC repair service store to fix this (to make things easier, I don't think I can make new ...
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First of all.. That states Windows Server 2008. Second, All my shit is still up and running. Server appears to work (Invalid test if I connect to it on the same machine), Skype works, Microsoft Lync works, MSN works. HEAT works (The program we use to do service tickets. You ca...
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I do believe you are wrong... [IMG]http://i212.photobucket.com/albums/cc171/severedskullz/firewall.png[/IMG] Good to know though. [editline]16th July 2012[/editline] [url]http://i212.photobucket.com/albums/cc171/severedskullz/firewall.png[/url] Direct link. Came out too s...
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Can't see that being true, as the first thing the common person does is disable the firewall in order to host games. Another issue is the intent of the firewall is to close ports, if this is not running then how can something block the ports when the key thing that closes port...
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[QUOTE=tina the baker;36782894]Your other option is you can turn it off through the registry. The key is below or you can copy the lines below and paste them into a file that ends in .reg. You then double click it to update the registry. The one caution about this is what e...
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[QUOTE=Drumdevil;36780342]No. Before you reinstall a golden tip: If you have 1 HDD, divide it into 2 partitions and store all your personal files on the second one. You can change the default location of your personal folders (Documents, My Music, Desktop, My Pictures etc)....
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Well if we are assuming that this is not a hardware issue (Which we have yet to confirm...), then it is certainly a surefire way to fix all the issues on your PC. Plus it is always good to do it every once in a while to clear up your registries (Registry cleaners don't ALWAYs ...
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That's a first for me. Rebuild time? :dance:
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It was goin' in the dumpster soon anyway...
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[QUOTE=Nigey Nige;36752016]...if I had, would it be irreparably bollocksed up?[/QUOTE] Pretty much. Got a spare CPU lying around? [editline]13th July 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=SeveredSkull;36752980]Pretty much[/QUOTE] You are lucky I have a shitton of desktops lying around ...
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Not sure what type of computer you have... Does your machine have any sort of Diagnostic Lights? (These are standard on most modern Dell machines) Here's the process of what I do here at the office when that happens: Take out all the ram. Turn on your machine. You should h...
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Thermal paste has nothing to do with the powering on of you machine, and theres no way in hell your processor is overheating in less than a second
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Nah it sounds like you may have fried your card somehow. What error codes are being displayed in the BSOD?
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Well if you can get everything working with other computers, you know your router is fine, and you can host games fine on your other machine... then it has to do with that machine in general. Either something fried on your card, which is unlikely after just a simple blue scree...
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Did you try re-installing your LAN driver? May have gotten corrupted or something.
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