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banned8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month agoFeedback:78 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
i want a 320gb sata hard dive

also memory 2gb or more
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banned8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month agoFeedback:78 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
what ram? ddr1?2? pc100? (hehe)
banned#2
awoodhall2003
what ram? ddr1?2? pc100? (hehe)


how do i find out?
#3
Download a program called CPU-Z.
banned#4
TheViz
Download a program called CPU-Z.


the pc is broke, im told its either the hard drive or memory
#5
hncb0809;3330262
the pc is broke, im told its either the hard drive or memory
If it's either of those two, it'll be the hard disk most likely. But let's find out for sure......

What are the symptoms? Is the PC power supply (PSU) powering on? Do you hear any beeps? Any error messages displayed? Are the CPU & graphics fans running? Tell us about all these things, with exact number of beeps or the exact error message displayed.

If you've more than two memory modules, try them one at a time in the first slot (Dimm 0 / Dimm 1). If you've only one module, try it in other slots.

To find out the type of memory have a look at the label(s). If you're still unsure, post the part number(s) here. Or, the motherboard make & model will also do.
banned#6
Crossbow
If it's either of those two, it'll be the hard disk most likely. But let's find out for sure......

What are the symptoms? Is the PC power supply (PSU) powering on? Do you hear any beeps? Any error messages displayed? Are the CPU & graphics fans running? Tell us about all these things, with exact number of beeps or the exact error message displayed.

If you've more than two memory modules, try them one at a time in the first slot (Dimm 0 / Dimm 1). If you've only one module, try it in other slots.

To find out the type of memory have a look at the label(s). If you're still unsure, post the part number(s) here. Or, the motherboard make & model will also do.


its got the blue screen errors
it wont even open explorer without it crashing.
asrock is the only name i can see, model conroe1333-D667
happens on both vista and xp
#7
Many things can be the cause of these BSoDs ('blue screen(s) of death', as they're referred to at times!).

Did you make any changes at all recently? Installed new hardware &/or software/drivers? Did any overclocking at all? What power supply do you have?

Did you try with: only one memory module at a time, or 'Last known good configuration....' at startup (F8), or a System Restore, or even loading fail-safe defaults in the BIOS?

The RAM needed is DDR2 btw. And it doesn't appear like the hard drive is at fault, unless you can hear any clicking/grating/unusual sounds emanating from it.

Edit: What are the exact error message(s) in these BSoDs?
banned#8
Crossbow
Many things can be the cause of these BSoDs ('blue screen(s) of death', as they're referred to at times!).

Did you make any changes at all recently? Installed new hardware &/or software/drivers? Did any overclocking at all? What power supply do you have?

Did you try with: only one memory module at a time, or 'Last known good configuration....' at startup (F8), or a System Restore, or even loading fail-safe defaults in the BIOS?

The RAM needed is DDR2 btw. And it doesn't appear like the hard drive is at fault, unless you can hear any clicking/grating/unusual sounds emanating from it.

Edit: What are the exact error message(s) in these BSoDs?


it doesn't stay on long enough.

it says physical memory dump the restarts.

there are no unusual noises at all.

iv installed vista and got the problem i then formatted thdrive and installed xp, same blue screen occurs

i hav the xblade case and can see all fans are active
#9
Did you try?

crossbow
If you've more than two memory modules, try them one at a time in the first slot (Dimm 0 / Dimm 1). If you've only one module, try it in other slots.

Did you try:.....or 'Last known good configuration....' at startup (F8), or a System Restore, or even loading fail-safe defaults in the BIOS?


And please answer:

crossbow
Did you make any changes at all recently? Installed new hardware &/or software/drivers? Did any overclocking at all?

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