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Windows 7: Is this a right choice for the Windows 7 hardware?

18 Sep 2011   #61
jovesharma

Windows XP X86 Service Pack 3
 
 

Here's the snapshot for it sir,
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18 Sep 2011   #62
jovesharma

Windows XP X86 Service Pack 3
 
 

And, here are the other

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18 Sep 2011   #63
linnemeyerhere

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ultimate 64
 
 

I'm concerned why a Generic non-PnP monitor is being shown along with AMD HD 6550 in the frame 61 above. Are we positive that in the bios the proper video source is being specified? I had a TV hooked up to my XP rig that worked fine, when I switched to W7 the Generic driver for the TV was problematic leading me to eventually get proper pc monitors as when I booted I would regularly get bsod's......all those issues went away when I got the LG LED monitors. Your spec's show a Samsung Syncmaster....is this the current monitor you are using????
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18 Sep 2011   #64
jovesharma

Windows XP X86 Service Pack 3
 
 

Yes this is the monitor which I am using.
Samsung Syncmaster P2250 LCD Monitor.
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08 Oct 2011   #65
jovesharma

Windows XP X86 Service Pack 3
 
 

I took the PC to the showroom from where I bought all hardware and who assembled that.
They said according to them, there is no fault in the hardware .
Rest I can confirm with the respective company.
e.g. Motherboard with MSI and Processor with AMD and so on....


Now new problem which I am facing is, computer gets restarted automatically while I am working,
and sometimes, when even a normal youtube video is playing, computer gets restarted.
This is happening in both Windows XP SP3 (x86) and WIndows 7 Ultimate (x64).

I can't understand why this is so?
I bought the best hardware. Now where should I go? to motherboard company service center or processor or hard-disk or SMPS or RAM or something else?

I would be thankful to all, if someone can help me in this.
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08 Oct 2011   #66
linnemeyerhere

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ultimate 64
 
 

Please start with MSI and then if need be AMD. If you have to send the mobo in for testing which they may want to do you might as well send the AMD for testing as well. I took this path with a BSOD issue long ago but it turned out to be neither the mobo or the AMD cpu. Both companies are committed to customer satisfaction so just have all your info ready and be clear as to the issues and steps you've taken. Writing these steps down helped me get it all straight as you know it can get a bit complicated.
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12 Oct 2011   #67
Darryl Licht

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit Steve Ballmer Signature Edition
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jovesharma View Post
I took the PC to the showroom from where I bought all hardware and who assembled that.
They said according to them, there is no fault in the hardware .
Rest I can confirm with the respective company.
e.g. Motherboard with MSI and Processor with AMD and so on....


Now new problem which I am facing is, computer gets restarted automatically while I am working,
and sometimes, when even a normal youtube video is playing, computer gets restarted.
This is happening in both Windows XP SP3 (x86) and WIndows 7 Ultimate (x64).

I can't understand why this is so?
I bought the best hardware. Now where should I go? to motherboard company service center or processor or hard-disk or SMPS or RAM or something else?

I would be thankful to all, if someone can help me in this.
If your PC is rebooting all by itself.... THERE IS A HW ISSUE! THIS SHOP NEEDS TO MAKE GOOD WITH YOU! HOW OLD IS THIS NEW BUILD?
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