I haven't tried overclocking yet. Oldandintheway5 years ago After I re-chkdsk'ed I got a list of issues: Master file bitmap attribute is incorrect, the volume bitmap is incorrect, windows found problems with the file system. thanks so much mark5 years ago so i did boot into linux with no problem, so i restarted the computer and i was able to do system recovery without BSOD appearing. Now it's booting to a different BSOD (0x0000000A / IRQ_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL).
If you suspect a virus, then I'd update your anti-virus definitions asap and then run a scan mxxx755 years ago Wow thanks for such a speedy reply 01i the trouble is Author01i5 years ago from Eastbourne, East SUssex, EnglandBrian, I'd suggest working your way through the article above. i have also heard great things about maya and realflow in a linux environment.now. I turn off start up programs in the config.sys file and re-ran AVG scan without any errors.
thanks. Re: Line 6 UX2 problems by TheRealZap on 2012-05-01 06:13:16.7640 Atheist-666 wrote:Hello, the support team refers in every thread that I found, also in my last thread, to the stupid optimization Cleared the CMOS with jumper and it booted up, when windows booted up, this error was on the screen.Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown.Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS
so fixing hal.dll is kind of out of question. Unfortunately we can't fix it, because your description doesn't yet have enough information. See belowI don't mean to necro but I had a very similar issue with my new rig and I tried everything people suggested here and otherwise (short of buying a new but i am unable to get to that dialog.
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This problem has been haunting me and has left me in a state of not really wanting to bother to turn my computer off. has anyone found a fix to this issue? Brian5 years ago I dont know what's wrong with my comp, i get this error mostly when i power down the machine and leave it off for several hours, i've found Re: Line 6 UX2 problems by hulbert on 2012-05-01 04:40:28.7730 Hi, I know you have already asked and not found a solution etc., but I thought I'd write anyway.
These people were having issues with games, so it might be different.Others mentioned trying different slots for the video card, but doesn't sound like it would be that if it replicates Author01i5 years ago from Eastbourne, East SUssex, EnglandWhen you run chkdsk without adding the /f switch, the system searches the disk for errors but does not do anything about them. Author01i5 years ago from Eastbourne, East SUssex, EnglandI just wanted to point out that switching to Linux will certainly resolve the problem. I agree, I really need to try another psu.
I didn't think it would be because I had ran the ram through several hours of diagnostic tests, sure enough though I tested one out at a time, and the computer It doesn't really feel good when you have a $1000+ brand new machine which you think is broke.I called ASUS and told them of the solution / work around, just in I like playing loud, also with headphones, and thats impossible in fear of ear bleeding. There is no one-size-fits-all resolution to ensure error-free performance of audio devices on computers, but most USB interrupts can be resolved by one or all of these actions that we have
Reply to CaptainSriracha ThreeDeeNutAug 21, 2015, 4:59 PM I have the same issue and restart my computer only when necessary. I take the wireless USB dongle out for the keyboard, but still it doesn't boot. I've got ear bleeding because of the noisy crackling popping sounds coming out of the interface. The following output is from Hardy with amd64 kernel (/proc/cpuinfo): processor : 0 vendor_id : AuthenticAMD cpu family : 15 model : 107 model name : AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual
Press the MemOK button, (or complete circuit with two pins) to boot. Mind you, they still didn't sound much interested.Regards,Kenan YigiterControl Software EngineerTechnical Specialist ArchitectAnd a TurkEm. I tried a lot of things to get this thing to work ( special USB drivers for my amd cpu, monitoring software, process monitor, complete new installation of my system, virtual
NEED HELP solved System won't boot unless CMOS is cleared first Computer needs a CMOS clear to boot every time solved Tried overclocking ram, won't post unless delete key is pressed, Reply to smiggyg cognitionsOct 27, 2011, 8:28 AM I have this same problem.. If I just reset the machine it boots fine. Or even overclocking the CPU to see if the RAM works at full speed with a bit more power from the processor?Although, I think you're right about it being the motherboard
So annoyed. Reply to iamboomer2 jaquithFeb 9, 2011, 7:55 PM Don't use an App to OC, do it in the BIOS yourself. [email protected]:CPU: AMD FX-8150, 3.6GHz, 125W, Eight-CoreMOTHERBOARD: ASUS 990FX AM3+MEMORY: CORSAIR 16GB (4x4GB)VIDEO CARD: XFX Radeon HD 6950, 2GBPSU: CORSAIR TX750 750WHard Drive: OCZ SSD Reply to ThreeDeeNut davidpsrSep 23, 2015, 8:20 Although I got my computer booting when I removed a TV capture card from a PCI port.
Hope this helps someone out. I'm selling all my line 6 stuff now on ebay. After 2 days, I went to collect it and it was working fine. That leaves the most likely suspect, your RAM.
Others have suggested solutions like just a bench test, check PSU power output to make sure it outputs correct power to mobo. Save Settings/RebootReboot.No video/monitor response after 5-10 minsReset jumper again.Boots to BIOS.Attempt to use factory default settings. So I thought responding to this is senselss. Not sure whether OCing affects the cache (notice the 'a' in 'affect')?
Only essential components compiled into PC. That BSOD is a bad driver, and more than likely your GPU. lol.CheersChris kenanyigiter said: TOPIC: MOTHERBOARD BOOT PROBLEM, RESET CMOS REQUIRED [SOLVED]SUB TOPIC: WIRELESS KEYBOARD PREVENT BOOT [SOLVED]KEYWORDS: ASUS, MOTHERBOARD, BOOT PROBLEM, MEMOK, RESET CMOS, FIRST BUILD, WIRELESS KEYBOARD.Others have posted on TOPIC: MOTHERBOARD BOOT PROBLEM, RESET CMOS REQUIRED [SOLVED]SUB TOPIC: WIRELESS KEYBOARD PREVENT BOOT [SOLVED]KEYWORDS: ASUS, MOTHERBOARD, BOOT PROBLEM, MEMOK, RESET CMOS, FIRST BUILD, WIRELESS KEYBOARD.Others have posted on various website (tomshardware,
Reply to tuned2e JangoXtremeJul 3, 2015, 6:44 PM Guys i had the same problem....had to reset my cmos all the time. should i install ubuntu 7.10 that came out yesterday? CPU+MB+RAM needing to be replaced together? If you need your data there are a few good guides when you google 'hal.dll is missing' mark5 years ago thanks for your reply.
i have a dell inspiron 531; athlon 64 x2 4400+, MCP61 chipset, zebul666 (zebul666) wrote on 2008-05-18: #13 i have CPU #1 not responding - cannot use it. I can't find anything on google about this one...Specs: Corsair XMS3 8gb 4x2 ddr3 1600 9-9-9AMD x3 720 BE - (usually OC'd @ 3.6ghz.. @ stock for troubleshooting)ZALMAN CNPS 9900A heatsinkASUS David Bartenstein8 months ago Thanks a bunch!