Please help eek
System failed due to ?
Posted 13 August 2009 - 03:38 AM
Please help eek
Posted 13 August 2009 - 05:01 AM
Welcome to GeeksToGo.
Can you upload a screen shot of the error for me?
- When it pops up press the Print screen button on your keyboard.
- Then go into MS Paint (Start > All programs > Accessories > Paint)
- Go to Edit > Paste
- Save it as a JPEG eg Screenshot.jpeg
- In your next reply click the Browse button in the Attachment editor
- find the file you have just saved and click open.
It will then be attached.
Posted 13 August 2009 - 05:40 AM
There is no error window, it is a audio that keeps saying "system failed due to ????????" Can't understand the last two to three words... I am thinking it is some kind of secuitly program, that I downloaded at sometime, but can not locate the program to fix it....
Please Help eek
Posted 15 August 2009 - 12:22 PM
I thought tuxmaster was going to take over your thread but it seems not.
Now just to ask have you changed and voltages on your CPU/RAM. I know there can be audio messages due to that.
Sometimes they will say something like System Failed due to CPU overclocking but maybe not exactly like that.
Its plucking on a string tber there are no other ideas being posted so lets try it:
1, Follow This Guide and run memtest for 8 passes. Report back any errors it finds.
2, After running memtest follow This Guide on how to run Prime to check how your CPU is running. Also before running read This Thread on changing the correct settings.
If unsure leave it.
Posted 15 August 2009 - 04:33 PM
I am little confused on how to do this and running out of time I am leaving for a new job tomorrow and I know to figure this one out going to take me alittle time. And I won't be near my computer here at home, my wife will but I don't think she would even attemp to try to this... but will keep my laptop on.... Hope to be back home in 2 month... will try fixing then. I have been trying to figure out message sounds like system failed keep the impact...??
Thanks agian eek
Posted 15 August 2009 - 05:28 PM
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