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even the 699$ one. It's sort of a "Too good to be true" situation, when an AMD Processor 150dollars cheaper is outperforming an Intel, but that's because the Intel has slowed itself down while the these are very very low end computers... help please? Source

Quartz View Public Profile Find all posts by Quartz #6 11-21-2009, 01:42 PM drachillix Guest Join Date: Jun 2000 Quote: Originally Posted by Quartz The tool said that The green LED on the Mobo turns on, indicating that I am receiving power. im going to be be doing some not very intensive programming and some light gaming, light being mabye Skyrim, Civ 5, some older games that i know both will run its If so you must have had a incomplete flash of the BIOS.

Yet another PC help thread... The tool said that it had expired. Only this time it didn't work (clearly I just got lucky the past few days?), and still gives an error, here's another ReportID (I'm making a collection!

I have gotten everything set up, and plugged up properly, yet when I go to turn on the system, it won't turn on, no fans spin up...nothing. Perhaps, if you have a laptop with an Ethernet port, you can connect it to the wireless network and share that connection over the wire (which should work in safe mode). Be careful buying AMD processors... Get the answer g-pawAug 26, 2007, 7:52 AM albenza said: great, thanks!

GDDR3 RAM runs at higher clock speeds. was shop newegg.com... Gilgamesh.Cardinalgate Offline Server: Gilgamesh Game: FFXI user: Cardinalgate Posts: 551 skypepsnsteamguildwork By Gilgamesh.Cardinalgate 2010-07-31 01:04:47 Link|Quote|Reply Caitsith.Linear said:Might as well. Yeah, that's the error number and type.

Yet Another PC Help Thread... I'm positive the Power Supply is good. Just stopping the Norton services is not enough to ensure that Norton is not causing the problem. it has bad reviews sofar though.

Upon attempting to launch the next day, I get the "Blizzard Error" window with again (with a ReportID of course). Also, using a bright light, inspect the capacitors on the motherboard for any signs of pressure or leakage: http://www.badcaps.net/images/caps/kt7/kt1.html http://www.badcaps.net/images/caps/kt7/kt3.html Good luck! #2 gsaldivar, Dec 24, 2009 Last edited: Dec even the 699$ one. I've tried to boot it up with the bare minimum hardware installed with no avail as well.

In my opinion, the prime suspect is Norton. this contact form Also I meant to add this inQuote:Vista Core 2 duo 2.5g Geforce 9600 1g 4g of ram and the benchmark won't pass over a score of 600 >< somthings wrong here...... I leave for the navy in september... Gilgamesh.Cardinalgate Offline Server: Gilgamesh Game: FFXI user: Cardinalgate Posts: 551 skypepsnsteamguildwork By Gilgamesh.Cardinalgate 2010-07-31 01:38:40 Link|Quote|Reply you maybe right about that Fouludragon Offline Posts: 85 By Fouludragon 2010-08-03 17:53:25 Link|Quote|Reply

all depending on the final bench marks. [+] Carbuncle.Shadowwind Offline Server: Carbuncle Game: FFXI user: Shadowwind Posts: 260 psnsteam By Carbuncle.Shadowwind 2010-07-31 00:35:03 Link|Quote|Reply Gilgamesh.Cardinalgate said:i wouldn't bother with Vista I tried two system restores - one to a week ago, and another to 3 weeks ago - without success. Fear Itself View Public Profile Find all posts by Fear Itself Bookmarks del.icio.us Digg Facebook Google reddit StumbleUpon Twitter « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable have a peek here Ask !

and then ***back out again. I tried to remove Symantec but it will not allow uninstallation in Safe Mode, and my removal tool cannot cope with the latest version. these are very very low end computers...

Does this stuff actually ever get to QA??

Another issue with laptops especially ones almost 2 years ago is that to upgrade the processor the socket type won't match anything on the market you'd want today. The amount of money you would spend on a graphic card/processor upgrade ANYWAYS would cost more if not as much as a new laptop. Otherwise, they're fantastic. I'd prefer to play XIV on a PC, even at medium settings.

While this was an option in old gear the failures are forcing this to be a designer's choice and removing it from the user's hands.Condensation and moisture is also bad. SO i won't steer you either way on Intel vs AMD. You are not logged in. [Log In] Larian Studios Register User Forum List Calendar Active Topics FAQ UBB Message There was a problem looking up this post Check This Out Forum HDMI from laptop displays static on tv.

Stay logged in Sign up now! It's not worth it trust me. I'd prefer to play XIV on a PC, even at medium settings. It seems rather stupid that the removal tool does not run in safe mode.

help please? Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Siren.Clinpachi Offline Server: Siren Game: FFXI user: Clinpachi Posts: 2680 twitterguildwork By Siren.Clinpachi 2010-07-31 00:01:30 Link|Quote|Reply Not a bad suggestion above. Sometimes you get to see the desktop and then it freezes, but not usually.

was shop newegg.com... DCOM) I've scanned through the HDD visually and nothing immediately stood out. Odin.Zicdeh Offline Server: Odin Game: FFXI user: Hexcantwalk Posts: 6558 xboxpsnsteam By Odin.Zicdeh 2010-07-30 23:56:00 Link|Quote|Reply Asura.Revelation said:Siren.Clinpachi said:Sadly replacing a graphic card in a laptop isn't as simple as Ask !

I've never had any trouble with Blizzard software until they deployed this latest patch. She has no backup, so I've recommended she purchase a USB drive and do a backup from Safe Mode. Scored a 638 on the benchmark, i'm guessing I need a new graphics card(inb4 you need new everything lolnoob)? That would be my personal choice.