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ok I would really apperciate your help....

I recently recieved my network degree and instead of working on computer at my school I am attempting to build my own system

i have everything hooked up (if he need specific part names I can get it)

anyways.....I install windows 2000 pro and service pack 4 and everything seems fine...then i go ahead and try to install my motherboard Drivers

when I do this the computer basically freezes...i check my process and the svchost.exe is in the 90% and above and my CPU usuage is at 100%....then it was giving me a lsass.exe error then my computer would freeze

since then i reformated again and right now im still getting the svchost.exe issue

Do i have a jumper issue on the mother board? I didnt touch any of them....

Please help...
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someone?
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What exactly are the drivers you are trying to load for the motherboard, and what kind is it?

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please don't double post
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ill pay pal you 10$ if u help me fix it!!!!!!!!!!!
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the problem happens when i start loading the motherboard drivers...on board audio,,,,usb ect...

this is what im working with

Intel Pentium 4 511 Processor & ECS P4M800-M7 Motherboard
2.8 GHz Socket 775 CPU includes Heatsink/Fan
VIA P4M800 Chipset
mATX, Supports DDR400 & SATA
AGP 8X & 6Ch Audio
Integrated Video

512 DDR 400 RAM
MEMOREX DVR & CD-R Dual Combo
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The very first driver to install is the via4in1 driver....did you install that? And where did you get the driver? Off a CD or off the internet?
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well i popped in the CD that came with the motherboard...
and i was doing the automatic install

then the problem started...it would slow down the pc then i would try to reboot and it wouldnt reboot ..just go to a blue screen

so i tried to do it driver by driver after reformatting in my device manager area and when i got to the sound driver it did it again
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reformatting in the device manager?

Not sure I follow you there. That said, uninstall the audio driver and get the latest one from here:

http://www.ecs.com.t...tailName=Driver


Drivers that accompany motherboards are typically months out of date.
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i mean after i reformatted i tried installing the device driver through device manager one by one then using the automatic disk
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thanks for the LINK...ill try it when i get home

but do u think its a jumper issue or something? maybe a bad CPU?

i never changed the jumpers ...u suppose to leave em how they come right?
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