By saying its fine when you used your old motherboard, i presume this means you changed to a new motherboard? If thats the case, then that itself could be the very reason why it happens. Either the motherboard is not compatitable, or there was some hardware configuration errors. If really bad then just send to shop. Better than trying to fix yourself and making it worse. If its not the motherboard problem then i donno. Good luck.
Paradox whispered at 12 November, 2006 23:41.
update all your drivers. that is definetely one of the issues. motherboard drivers may not be compatible or not updated to suit the current hardware. this isnt much info at all. i need more detailed info. be more precise on what the error is, etc.
Alex whispered at 13 November, 2006 03:35.
also i have a better solution. AMD > Intel anyday kthx. stop using intel. esp the p4 or the pentium d. they suck cock.
Alex whispered at 13 November, 2006 03:36.
Yea, I changed my new motherboard, and I think that's the problem but there could be other factors as well. I didn't install it myself, I had asked the technician to do it for me. I'll just wait and see la. If it recurs then I have to call him. And you know me well, fixing things myself and spoiling them =P.
Hi Alex! Great idea, I probably do that... The problem is already as precise as I can get.
freshrimp whispered at 13 November, 2006 09:23.
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try defragging your PC and see if it helps. run anti-spyware AND anti-virus software.(multiple, not just 1. for eg, for anti spyware, use Spybot and Ewido or w/e. for antivirus, use AVG and something else).and yeah, i cant really pinpoint the problem cause i need more info. at what point does it hang, etc? is it only when you surf the net? when you play games? or whatever, just give me more detail, this is way too little.