Window stuck

By sakuraf4
Dec 6, 2007
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  1. Teranius

    Teranius Newcomer, in training Posts: 138

    its no trouble, i actually do this at work every day.
    ok, so continue with the format, which i assume you know how to do.
    as soon as the xp installation finishes we can continue to the next step, ok? :)
  2. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    okay~~^_^ i format my computer first...when i finish i will reply here~~thx =X
  3. Teranius

    Teranius Newcomer, in training Posts: 138

    yip
    pleasure

    i may not always immediately reply so please have some patience as i also have other work to do
  4. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    alright...i will wait for ur reply after i finish format my computer~! =X
  5. Teranius

    Teranius Newcomer, in training Posts: 138

    thanks :grinthumb
    dont know whether you've noticed, but most new people who post expect results within seconds, which isn't possible when someone who can help isn't logged in or available, so patience is a virtue
  6. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    haha...yeah nowadays people lack of patience....anyway i already format my computer...what should i do next?thx ~ =)
  7. Teranius

    Teranius Newcomer, in training Posts: 138

    ok, now you install the first driver.
    you insert your driver disk and it should ask you what you want to install, so select the chipset driver and continue. after the installation restart the pc 2 or 3 times to make sure it doesn't freeze and then we'll continue from there
  8. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    erm i wanna ask which 1 should i install?no chipset drive...thx~

    Drivers
    VIA Service pack(4in1)
    On Board VGA driver
    On Board Audio driver
    PCI Fast Ethernal Adapter
    Hardware monitor system
    VIA USB 2.0 drivers
  9. Teranius

    Teranius Newcomer, in training Posts: 138

    first the via service pack
  10. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    alright i already install the via service pack... =X
  11. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    alright i already install the via service pack...i also restart for a few times... =X
     
  12. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    sorry accidently double post =X
  13. Teranius

    Teranius Newcomer, in training Posts: 138

    ok, and it's not freezing after you reboot?
  14. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    ya.......but cant be sure cause sumtime after a few hours it will freeze lol =.=''
  15. Teranius

    Teranius Newcomer, in training Posts: 138

    if it freezes after a few hours it means there's a hardware fault.
    but anyway let's keep going and see whether it doesn't work out.
    next install the ethernet driver
  16. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    done...btw just now it freeze after a few minutes =X
  17. Teranius

    Teranius Newcomer, in training Posts: 138

    where and when did it freeze?
    in other words right after you logged in or at the welcome screen or where?
  18. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    after i restart mym computer...i log on to internet.....after a few minutes it will freeze....sumtime right after i restart when i log on it will also freeze T_T
     
  19. Teranius

    Teranius Newcomer, in training Posts: 138

    aijaijai, ok . . .
    it doesnt happen only when you access the internet? other times as well?
    it's sounding more and more as if your motherboard is going
  20. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    so how?cant be fixed?do i need to send it to the computer shop to repair?
  21. Teranius

    Teranius Newcomer, in training Posts: 138

    if it keeps freezing and it is the motherboard you'll have to replace it, can't be repaired.
    i'd suggest you first finish installing the drivers and seeing whether the problem persists, and if it does that you take the computer in to be checked out by a technician. the problem with that is that it can get quite expensive if you can't get the same type of motherboard
  22. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    okay~~thx for ur help!!if still cant maybe i will change my cpu..hehe =X thank you so much for ur help~=)
  23. Teranius

    Teranius Newcomer, in training Posts: 138

    was a pleasure :) though i wish i could have done more to help.

    if there's ever anything else you know where to find me
  24. sakuraf4

    sakuraf4 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 34

    hehe nvm u already help me a lot~thank you so much~take care =)
  25. Teranius

    Teranius Newcomer, in training Posts: 138

    thanx, you too.
    btw are you an anime fan?
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