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Quick Links HelpWithWindows.com RoseCitySoftware.com Recommended Links Menu Log in or Sign up Search Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. But no matter what i pick it reboots itself right back to the "hardware monitor found an error".The motherboard is an Asus board. How can i work on the problem of disinfecting if i can't even boot the PC? Answer by snitchkid Submitted on 9/23/2004 Rating: Not yet ratedRate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great ohh yeah Answer by Streker Submitted on 10/18/2004 Rating: Not yet ratedRate http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/170940/hardware-monitor-found-a-error/
After that, just remove the useless extra CPU fan. Is there anyone that could give me other suggestions, because the error is still there. Rebecca Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit, Dell Dimension 620S, DSL internet connection (Bell Sympatico) rebecca, #8 2006/01/13 SpywareDr SuperGeek WindowsBBS Team Member Joined: 2005/12/31 Messages: 3,660 Likes Received: 334 Trophy Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
F1 goes to normal Windows screen and machine runs fine. And the dvd was set to master and cd write to slave. Enter Power setup menu for details. « Reply #7 on: July 15, 2010, 06:42:54 PM » OK let's try a different tack based on some knowledge and an assumption. Logged truenorthGuruThanked: 253 Re: hardware monitor found an error.
Answer by SpeedTweaker Submitted on 5/21/2005 Rating: Not yet ratedRate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great my cpu temp is at 85 degeress. At the command prompt, type chkdsk /r , and then press ENTER. 6. Enter Power setup menu for details. « Reply #3 on: July 15, 2010, 10:23:24 AM » Occasionally there can be a problem with the cable select setting when it is going I have tried to restart the computer : "safe mode" , "safe mode with prompt","last known good config","start windows normaly"....and everytime it takes me back to loading up the memory and
So I connected the hdd again error!? It constantly tells me it's the wrong password. But at least now I can go in the BIOS and choose "Ignore" instead of the low speed in red writing. Yes No Not yet What's that?
any ideas. http://www.computerhope.com/forum/index.php?topic=107459.0 So if you have not already done so--and no indication shows that you have--i would still try 1st setting it to slave and see what happens. The computer still refused to boot since the reading was around 900 RPM. Any more suggestions ? > > Guest, Feb 21, 2006 #4 Guest Guest Hi nass: Thank you very much for your reply again.
If you have a dual-boot or multiple-boot computer, select the installation that you must access from the]Recovery Console.4. I bought a P4B-LX VAIO motherboard on eBay. Is that correct? check over here i could bring mine into work, but i'm not sure if you need the key as well or just the disk.
I don't think it would go to a Loop if it was PSU. Click here it's easy and free. Answer by VEX Submitted on 5/31/2006 Rating: Not yet ratedRate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great would getting a new power supply help this problem?
It wouldn't boot. how did you do that if it loops? I scanned multiple times with Malwarebytes and it would seem to remove it, but would be back on next start up.I decided to start up in safe mode and scan. Maybe If i used the ide cable that connects the master hdd instead of the DVD burner cable.
Skip to the end of navigation SONYsearch Televisions & Home Theater› Televisions Home Theater Projectors Blu-ray Disc & DVD Players View All Audio› Headphones Walkman Digital Music Players Wireless Speakers & I am using a generic MicroATX power supply for my build. the only > option that I get is to change it's value to : "Ignore" which doesn't help. > I have tried to restart the computer : "safe mode" , "safe this content FAQS.ORG makes no guarantees as to the accuracy of the posts.
how do i remove heatsink? Sign Up Now! Cookies Registration Notice "Hardware monitor found an error" Discussion in 'PC Hardware' started by rebecca, 2006/01/08. 2006/01/08 Contributing Member rebecca Well-Known Member Thread Starter Joined: 2004/07/31 Messages: 642 Likes Received: 1 To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here.
Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. it keeps taking me > back to the boot up/start up (blue screen) , with only two options: Press F1 > to continue ( which starts the whole process again,"checking the The problem is it doesn't list an OS. I'm getting the same message.
My system has1.5 GHz processor384 Mb RAM (came with 256 only)60 GB hddcd writed DVD writer power supply output 250 watt input not sure64 mb graphics card running windows XP SP2sorry Insert the Windows XP startup disk into the floppy disk drive, or insert the Windows XP CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive, and then restart the computer.Click to select any options that you have done the sherlock holmes thing. the computer tries to restart over and over again .
Look I'm not saying your wrong or right I really appreciate your help and I think were getting somewere. Guest Guest hi,I am running Microsoft XP Pro on one of my computers ,but since yersterday I can not boot up .