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When you removed that hard drive and it's recovery partition, you would not be allowed to boot. Test this by turning on the machine. Loading... deiviuxsMember Since: December 26, 2005Posts: 419deiviuxsFollowForum Posts: 419Followed by: 0Reviews: 14 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#9 Posted by deiviuxs (419 posts) - 7 years, 9 months agoIt's not fried and it did this contact form
Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! If you have the room, reinstall the hard drive and add your new ssd elsewhere. solution I put in a new cpu and now my laptop wont boot up properly solution SolvedHelp. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/new-cpu-pc-locks-wont-boot.891778/
The main drive (that has OS on) is a SATA drive, but the other one (data drive) is ATA drive. Report • #12 Fingers July 10, 2011 at 15:10:34 Also (this might be obvious to many but not all) make sure you properly align the CPU and lock it into its I have removed all components and reinstalled, pulled ram out one at a time to check for failures. When installing windows, things get much easier if no other drives are attached, and the recovery partition will be placed on the windows drive.
If so does the motherboard support the new CPU that you have installed? I removed the cd drive for now; I barely use it. The new CPU (unused, not refurbished, bought online) is supported -- bios recognizes it, and it matches the specs I got from Dell. So now, why are you?
But I never had a failure anyway.Their boards are usually nice and spacious and don't block off slots with poorly placed heatsinks and other crap. (had that problem with an MSI Paste should NOT be spread around like frosting on a cake - more is NOT better. please post your mobo specifics. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2390797/monitor-wont-cpu-upgrade.html If so, Windows would have placed a hidden recovery partition on that drive.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I've never installed a secondary NTFS drive with exisitng data in to an up and running PC before, so I'm not sure if it will work or not. solution SolvedLaptop Harddrive Replaced, Now It Won't Work solution Solvedhp pavilian dv5 batterry wont charged just replaced battery and it was fine for a cp weeks now wont charge but works These are not easy to test out of the machine as they won't power up without a load attached either.
CPU doesn't have time to heat up before the system locks -- I turned it on cold this morning and it got to the Windows XP splash screen then locked. this website I have 3 hard drives, the beep is coming from them (when I unplug them there is no beep), but I don't know what the problem is. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. In fact, it's the most stable board I've ever had.
Fixed it. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - tab by eliminohpea-22347781949186907245939491214069 / May 22, 2008 5:50 AM PDT In reply to: Video card Video card is the type with the little Thanks. Stay logged in Sign up now!
The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. I found my Vista CD and I know my Product Key. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Fan only and not heatsink? navigate here My biggest concern is not to loose my data on my second drive.Anyone have a clue on how to solve this problem, please help.Thanks! :) MarfooMember Since: March 22, 2004Posts: 5994MarfooFollowForum
Try again following the above example. Jamiemydearx3Member Since: February 1, 2008Posts: 4062Jamiemydearx3FollowForum Posts: 4062Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#32 Posted by Jamiemydearx3 (4062 posts) - 7 years, 9 months agoTry updating your bios. im having the same problem, could you expand on that answer, my system boots fine from the hdd bot wont load from the ssd, other programs that i cloned work fine
LINK MarfooMember Since: March 22, 2004Posts: 5994MarfooFollowForum Posts: 5994Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#6 Posted by Marfoo (5994 posts) - 7 years, 9 months agoWhile doing all this, should
Two mobos (same model) had chipset fans die (I think a major fan manufacturer was putting out substandard fans because that was happening on everything, including graphics cards) and I had I'm getting a little desperate here... deiviuxsMember Since: December 26, 2005Posts: 419deiviuxsFollowForum Posts: 419Followed by: 0Reviews: 14 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#11 Posted by deiviuxs (419 posts) - 7 years, 9 months agoI think I am gonna get You would not want actual thermal paste to be pre-applied -- it simply wouldn't work.
and nothing happened. I booted my PC and it worked fine as usual. because it kinda sound like you may be booting up, and as the computer is on it gets to hot and powers down or crashes. Hopefully it won't come to that!Fortunately I keep a PS/2 keyboard under my bed for just such an occasion, and have actually been using it since unplugging all USB devices!One thing
No, create an account now. Report • #13 Glenn McLoughlin July 27, 2011 at 04:08:17 I repaired a PC with similar problems to yours, but with it eventially not powering up full stop.After hours of testing, Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. psychobrewMember Since: November 29, 2008Posts: 8884psychobrewFollowForum Posts: 8884Followed by: 0Reviews: 3 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#39 Posted by psychobrew (8884 posts) - 7 years, 9 months agoThanks, but I already bought Gigabyte
Reply to Swordmaster13 m 0 l Best solution geofelt February 21, 2016 8:39:01 AM As a guess, I think that when you installed windows on your ssd, you had a hard Or do you put the jumper on, and it will reset AND run from there (i.e. I took the SSD and connected it by USB3 to another Windows machine to see if I could see if the copy had been successful, and when the prompt came up I didn't want to yank it out, so I tried to gently tug on it and twist it a little...
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Join our site today to ask your question. So, I just took my old CPU out and inserted my new CPU and put the heatsink on top and after I turn computer on - it doesn't work.I re-inserted my Removed dust. All moderm AMD CPUs, including the X6, use the "middle dot" method, which simply means a tiny dot of paste about the size of a BB should have been placed in
Such is why some came with locking tabs. Now just help me to find the right motherboard. New ssd 4. Now I have an interesting turn of events, though...Here's how things progressed:3/10/2010: Built my Phenom II X4 system- all seemed to work very well...7/8/2011: 1) Decided to upgrade to an X6
Assign it a drive letter and you should be good to go.(In XP, the process is the same except you go to Control Panel, Adminstrative tools, and then Disk Management) deiviuxsMember Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Computer problem?
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