Updating escd phoenix award bios 6 0pg
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i'm back guys i don't want to post another narrative but i'm sure somebody out there may encounter a similar headache like the one which i got from my pc for the past week.
CTRL ALT DEL to restart" or " Disk boot failure insert system disk and press ENter" i considered the age of this rig and bought a new Li battery 3V for my CMOS battery.i never got to see the windows i installed, only up to the BIOS and Pre-POST screens. CTRL ALT DEL to restart" nothing through it ACTION: 1. Success" and "Boot from CD.." (that's when i thought of reintroducing the cd with cute partiiton manager software) NOte *IS THERE A WAY TO MOVE THE MIDDLE PLUG/GREY JUST ENOUGH TO REACH TO THE BACK OF THE DVD?MY SPECS are (a bit outdated since i bought it in 2002): Pentium 4/Prescott 2.4GHz, P4GE-MX mobo, BIOS Phoenix Award v.6.0PG, 768Gb ram (512 256 sticks), Maxtor 40Gb as primary slave, DVD writer/Liteon connected as secondary slave. HD to the end of the 80-pin cable/PRI_IDE but the middle/gray cannot reach to the DVDLite On* 3. i inserted my cd (hoping to see if the HD&DVD coordinates to a software cd and hoping to partition my HD at same time)BUT a red box prompt popped with this message: "Lga out of range." left me with NO other options but back to POST. i tried changing the boot order sequence: HDD-0HDD-0 but still i get the same POST message. if there is, shall i then then leave the SEC_IDE 40-pin ribbon cable with no attached hardware or i detach it from the mobo? but since i encountered this problem, i detached the cd-rom, used its jumper for my HD (i discovered the HD has no jumper! Additional background of my Hard disk usage: during my 3rd "successful" reformat and installation of OS i ran a disk utility tool (i forgot the freeware i have it somewhere i'll post what it is when i find it from my clutter) and it says that my drive is "GOOD".i reformatted my Maxtor HD with Win XP SP2 a week ago, i decided to trim down from the usual games (down to only Call of DUty 2) and softwares (flash player plugin, Java runtime environment 6, shockwave flash, Nero, Skype, Firefox v3.04, YM version ymsgr8us, ASquared Free antivirus) i download, except for that which i downloaded online after an earlier post-reformat game of Call of Duty popped up a "Miles sound system required" dialog.i downloaded it until i realizesd that my no-audio problem was resolved by using the mobo install cd with the Real Tek AC97 driver)!so i brought home this , 9-year-old rig and although it is noisy compared to latest super hard drives, it did its job: poster boy for my maxtor while i was between giving up and refusing to believe that 2005 maxtor diamondplus would give up this early (a stark contrast to the 1999 Quantum HD i bought) so i attached my Lite On DVDwriter as secondary slave to a 40-pin ribbon cable to my SEC_IDE mobo slot, removed the floppy drive and its ribbon cable from the whole setup, attached the Quantum HD as primary master.
this setup went for almost a week until tonight when the house isn't bustling with family members i decided to reattach my maxtor one more time.
anyway, i was about to play my fav music and Miles sound system popped up in the open context menu (right_click option) and instead of choosing Media Player i clicked "Miles sound" 'cos i thought, Hey let's try how this Miles interface looks, after all, it's with Call of Duty 2" instead.
SYMPTOMS: Right after i clicked that Miles sound option, my pc auto-restarted and after several attempts but POST msgs, i decided to reformat.
You need to have your boot drive on the primary ribbon cable with the jumpers set to master and it should be placed on the end of the ribbon cable. heavy computer usage would be under computer gaming only and not online gaming, just plain solo play.
The other drive on that cable needs to have jumpers set to slave and be on the middle connector. as far as potential virus threats are concerned, my Asquared Free and AVG proved helpful for more than a year now as it detected and quarantined low-risk viruses (from traceware cookies) and USB.
download a diagnostic utility and burn it to a cd so you could use it to test your Hard drive upon boot; i used Cute partition manager for the Quantum and later active SMART (trial version).