Well, that’s just a fine idea Well beep codes are not the same for all BIOS systems. When the desktop showed Vista informed her that the system had recovered from a serious fault and she was recommended to search for a solution to the problem. I have spent 6 hours this evening, looking for the root to the cause. I then got it back to my girlfriend, installed the drive and booted the PC. Yes, the onboard VGA works but does not support Aero. It means that you need a PSU that can do about 2x that amount of 12V amps.
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We base that on what you say is the problem and ms system part you listed. Vista-systems do need quite some power, so you better change the power supply for one with at least 30 amps on 12V. Same fault on both.
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I can do so during the weekend. Went out for a smoke. Try to think a bit more, openminded, what can cause such a problem and not always blame the PSU. Mabye it is the on board VGA that causes the fault, even when it is “disconnected”.
No reply since 1st February If the PSU is to weak then her system should be unstable and causing craches not related to driver issues. I hope I can still sleep A new rebbot and Vista started.
When the Vista installation was finished and booted it crashed once again. I think one should have an open mind.
New graphics card put a heavy burdon on expecially the 12V line. The PC is built on the following components: I have spent 6 hours this evening, looking for the root to the cause. If you try to drain all power lines to the max the fuses will blow or the PSU will collapse. I bet it works fine then.
It also works if the XP driver is installed in Vista but then the Aero function of Vista does not work. S When i say “no beep” i mean POST beep on boot Mmsi don’t think the monitor is the cause cause the first thing i did was to test the computer on a different monitor and didn;t work You are so right,Intermittant is tough to figure out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Makes you wonder what a watt is, doesn’t it? Please login souns register.
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Unfortunatelly all grafic functions does not work, like Vista Aero. Seems that it happens randomly!
But i get no beep on boot! This is my last posting on this site. She uninstalled the driver for XPro.
MSI K9AGM3-F – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket AM2 – AMD 690V
Once again when the OS was installed it crashed as soon as the driver for the board should be installed. Does it work in XP? Win 7 Pro 64bit. My girlfriend has built her self a new PC. Help is not to be found her. She has the very same hardware no hardware has been replaced and will not be replaced as from the start and it is all working fine now.
Vista was started in Fail safe mode and splashed that it had recovered from a seriuos system fault. If the XP driver msk installed to the system the system runs, but Vista Aero does not work. That doesn’t mean that your Monitor could not be the cause? Hahaha, just wait until the summer starts and temperatures go up