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Windows 7: pc froze and now running good after chkdsk

08 Mar 2012   #91
bigdog2626

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latest check disk



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08 Mar 2012   #92
writhziden

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Good to see the drive is currently coming up clean. How does the CMOS battery hunt go?
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09 Mar 2012   #93
bigdog2626

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i didn't even began im waiting till i can afford $25 at max for a new battery i could find one at radio shack right R even best buy
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09 Mar 2012   #94
writhziden

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I would expect so, yes. Never had to replace a CMOS battery so far. My computers usually die before then.
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09 Mar 2012   #95
bigdog2626

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huh
i guess im glad my pc isn't dieing and its a)the cmos battery b)a hdd failing
i already had the gpu pop a capacitor and i got to replace that as well but in due time
i read that my mobo isn't that great but so far my mobo seems to be the best part of the pc lol
for a cheap mobo so far its great lol
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20 Mar 2012   #96
bigdog2626

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here's a more recent check disk

also to kind of rule cmos out maybe
i removed the sata connection from the mobo and left it connected to the psu
while it was connected just to the psu it kept making the sound like a engine trying to start repeatedly
but now that its connected to the mobo doesnt do it no where near as much

maybe i need a new psu maybe?
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