"Press any Key to Reboot'
After pressing 'any key' to reboot, two black-background windows
flash by quickly with the following information:
The first of these two windows:
- 32MB Diamond Viper
- Audio card
The second of these two windows:
The computer then returns to the initial window:
"Press Any Key to Reboot"
When I perform the last above action, it recycles
through the above sequence.
I have to remove the plug from the back of the computer
to shut it down.
To use the computer, it is necessary for me to remove the
Then the computer will boot up with the following window:
Bios Setup Utility Window:
In the Item Specific Help Box on the above window, the
following messge appears:
"During ghe last boot-up, your system hung for an improper
CPU Speed Setup. Your system is now working in the Safe
To optimize the system performance and reliability, make sure
the CPU speed conforms to the specifications of your CPU
When I exit this window, the computer then boots up successfully--
but, again....without the slave drive installed"
I wouuld be most grateful for any help you might provide me.
I have very little experience in handling computer 'gliches'.
However, I am usualy able to follow any outlined solutions
to problems when provided with a step-by-step outline.
Windows XP Pro (build 2600)
1.55 gigahertz AMD Athlon
128Kilobyte primary memory cache
256 Kilobyte secondary memory cache
512 MB Installed Memory