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Windows 7: Eah4350 silent has stopped responding and recovered succesfully

05 Jul 2010   #11
fishnbanjo

Vista 64 Ultimate, Windows 7 64 Ultimate, Ubuntu 9.10
 
 

Yes! That was what I wanted to see you write that the problem moved with the drive. Before you think the drive is the problem the next move is to take your time and see how your BIOS settings are set, write them down and see how they look compared to your brothers settings. If nothing there shows any different then we'll move to the next step but I do like your idea of rolling your driver to an older version, I found 10.3 to be the most compliant.


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05 Jul 2010   #12
Sissalina

Windows 7 x86 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fishnbanjo View Post
Yes! That was what I wanted to see you write that the problem moved with the drive. Before you think the drive is the problem the next move is to take your time and see how your BIOS settings are set, write them down and see how they look compared to your brothers settings. If nothing there shows any different then we'll move to the next step but I do like your idea of rolling your driver to an older version, I found 10.3 to be the most compliant.
well, how do i check that bios part?.. o.O

the older driver idea came becouse my brother once had a graphic card, there couldn't work nomatter what with the newest driver. so we tryed a older, and it succesfully installed and were able to change settings aswell.
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05 Jul 2010   #13
fishnbanjo

Vista 64 Ultimate, Windows 7 64 Ultimate, Ubuntu 9.10
 
 

With the machine just turned on hit f2 which brings you to the BIOS screen then just look at the settings in each field and write down what they are and exit BIOS and the PC will boot.
Do the same when checking it against your brother's PC and if it looks exactly alike that's good and work on trying to get version 10.3 of CCC and drivers.
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05 Jul 2010   #14
TVeblen

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64 Bit Home Premium SP1
 
 

Even better, use a digital camera and take a picture of each screen in the BIOS and compare them to your bro's screens.

I noticed that you have another thread open on this issue
ATI Fails again for me..

I think Fishnbanjo is on the right track here, so stay with what he is asking you to do, but as a side project:

You installed a new 2 gig of Kingston DDR-2 RAM to your computer.
Did you replace the old 512MB module(s) with the new ones?
Do you know what the brand and model # of the old RAM modules were (are)?
Do you know the model # of the Kingston Ram?
Do you know what Brand and model number your motherboard is?
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05 Jul 2010   #15
Sissalina

Windows 7 x86 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fishnbanjo View Post
With the machine just turned on hit f2 which brings you to the BIOS screen then just look at the settings in each field and write down what they are and exit BIOS and the PC will boot.
Do the same when checking it against your brother's PC and if it looks exactly alike that's good and work on trying to get version 10.3 of CCC and drivers.
imma check that in a bit, and my driver is not at 10.3 yet, as of what i can see :S. unless you have a secret hidden driver or link aviable LOL.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TVeblen View Post
Even better, use a digital camera and take a picture of each screen in the BIOS and compare them to your bro's screens.

I noticed that you have another thread open on this issue
ATI Fails again for me..

I think Fishnbanjo is on the right track here, so stay with what he is asking you to do, but as a side project:

You installed a new 2 gig of Kingston DDR-2 RAM to your computer.
Did you replace the old 512MB module(s) with the new ones?
Do you know what the brand and model # of the old RAM modules were (are)?
Do you know the model # of the Kingston Ram?
Do you know what Brand and model number your motherboard is?
both the 512mb and the 2gb is ddr2 and kingston
modules? explain please.
Model? idk?
motherboard no clue?

-pretty much clue less-

well back to try banjos bios thing.
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05 Jul 2010   #16
Sissalina

Windows 7 x86 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Sissalina View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fishnbanjo View Post
With the machine just turned on hit f2 which brings you to the BIOS screen then just look at the settings in each field and write down what they are and exit BIOS and the PC will boot.
Do the same when checking it against your brother's PC and if it looks exactly alike that's good and work on trying to get version 10.3 of CCC and drivers.
imma check that in a bit, and my driver is not at 10.3 yet, as of what i can see :S. unless you have a secret hidden driver or link aviable LOL.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TVeblen View Post
Even better, use a digital camera and take a picture of each screen in the BIOS and compare them to your bro's screens.

I noticed that you have another thread open on this issue
ATI Fails again for me..

I think Fishnbanjo is on the right track here, so stay with what he is asking you to do, but as a side project:

You installed a new 2 gig of Kingston DDR-2 RAM to your computer.
Did you replace the old 512MB module(s) with the new ones?
Do you know what the brand and model # of the old RAM modules were (are)?
Do you know the model # of the Kingston Ram?
Do you know what Brand and model number your motherboard is?
both the 512mb and the 2gb is ddr2 and kingston
modules? explain please.
Model? idk?
motherboard no clue?

-pretty much clue less-

well back to try banjos bios thing.

100% it's not my rams, i made my dad check with every single ram we have (even my old 1). and total we tryed 8 different ram (total over 1-8gb each time), different rams. aswell kingston. the problem still appeared. so it has to be my graphic card :S

Include, he's knowlegded with stuff inside a pc (way more than i am), he checked that modules aswell, as of what he said it was like it should be. :S
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05 Jul 2010   #17
fishnbanjo

Vista 64 Ultimate, Windows 7 64 Ultimate, Ubuntu 9.10
 
 

TVeblen has given you an outstanding tip about taking a shot of your BIOS Screens and comparing them with your brothers. I am leaning that your BIOS and your brothers are not going to be set the same way or he may have a different BIOS version, aside from that I am also leaning toward the driver and CCC, I think neither you PC or video is your problem. I'd rep TV again but it won't let me.
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05 Jul 2010   #18
Sissalina

Windows 7 x86 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fishnbanjo View Post
TVeblen has given you an outstanding tip about taking a shot of your BIOS Screens and comparing them with your brothers. I am leaning that your BIOS and your brothers are not going to be set the same way or he may have a different BIOS version, aside from that I am also leaning toward the driver and CCC, I think neither you PC or video is your problem. I'd rep TV again but it won't let me.
well first of all. could you try send a link to that 10.3 driver thingie you were talking about earlier.. so i could eliminate that part
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05 Jul 2010   #19
Sissalina

Windows 7 x86 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Sissalina View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fishnbanjo View Post
TVeblen has given you an outstanding tip about taking a shot of your BIOS Screens and comparing them with your brothers. I am leaning that your BIOS and your brothers are not going to be set the same way or he may have a different BIOS version, aside from that I am also leaning toward the driver and CCC, I think neither you PC or video is your problem. I'd rep TV again but it won't let me.
well first of all. could you try send a link to that 10.3 driver thingie you were talking about earlier.. so i could eliminate that part
atm im trying a different driver, i haven't tryed yet. let's see how that goes. while doing that, could you do the other thing about that 10.3 driver o.O
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05 Jul 2010   #20
Sissalina

Windows 7 x86 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Sissalina View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Sissalina View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fishnbanjo View Post
TVeblen has given you an outstanding tip about taking a shot of your BIOS Screens and comparing them with your brothers. I am leaning that your BIOS and your brothers are not going to be set the same way or he may have a different BIOS version, aside from that I am also leaning toward the driver and CCC, I think neither you PC or video is your problem. I'd rep TV again but it won't let me.
well first of all. could you try send a link to that 10.3 driver thingie you were talking about earlier.. so i could eliminate that part
atm im trying a different driver, i haven't tryed yet. let's see how that goes. while doing that, could you do the other thing about that 10.3 driver o.O
uninstalled my driver and no crash appears, haven't installed any driver yet, and yet it runs smoothly (bad graphic but well eh)..... got to be the driver then :S?
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