How To Fix Big problems with new build


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Big problems with new build is the name of the error that contains information about the error, including the reason why it occurred, which system component or application was malfunctioning that caused the error, and other information. The numerical code in the name of the error contains data that can be decoded by the manufacturer of the faulty component or application. An error using this code can occur in many different places in the system. Although the name contains some details, it is still difficult for the user to find and eliminate the cause of the error without specialized technical knowledge or the appropriate software.

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Right now I think its either the mobo or CPU. I cannot get into BIOS. Here are things I have already tried: 1. I would like to apoligize if I am posting in the wrong section.

I am new to this forum. I have allot of problems with my new computer. Can someone help me narrow the problem down more? What do you guys think?   the AMD Phenom II X4 965 is newer than the MSI 790FX-GD70.

Some of the LED's on the mobo also light up. I have already triple checked the cpu/ heat sink placement. the newest is 7577v19  

the 7577v13 or later BIOS is what you need. No computer the beeps. It seems like the computer is not even booting up. I just built a new computer.

It worked flawlessly. 3. Here are the specs: MSI 790FX-GD70 AM3 AMD 790FX ATX AMD Motherboard - Retail Western Digital Caviar Black WD1001FALS 1TB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive XFX HD-585A-ZNBC Radeon HD 5850 (Cypress Pro) 1GB Black Edition 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFire Supported ... - Retail AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition Deneb 3.4GHz Socket AM3 125W Quad-Core Processor Model HDZ965FBGMBOX - Retail G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL7D-4GBRM - Retail OCZ ModXStream Pro OCZ700MXSP 700W ATX12V V2.2 / EPS12V SLI Certified CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Certified Modular Active PFC ... - Retail I turn on the computer and I get nothing except for spinning case fans, CPU fan, and GPU fan. It was correct. 2. Took out the PSU and tried on another computer.

I only left the CPU/heatsink and PSU. i think you need to flash your BIOS so the motherboard will support your cpu. I took out the memory, gpu, HDD out. I turned it on and I still get no beeps.

I get no signal in monitor or power to keyboard or mouse. I get no HDD noise.



What causes Big problems with new build

If you received this error on your PC, it means that there is a malfunction in your system. Common causes are incorrect or unsuccessful installation or removal of software that could leave invalid entries in the Windows registry, the effects of a virus or malware attack, an incorrect system shutdown due to a power failure, or another factor in which a person with little technical knowledge accidentally deletes the required A system file or registry entry, as well as several other reasons. The immediate cause of "Big problems with new build" is a failure when one of its normal operations is properly started by a system or application component.

 

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XP problems on new build/install - services closing on start-up & other problems

Again, this happened within one day of my initial install, and again, if I reboot a few times, these problems go away. Rebooted again and all seems normal.
I don't have the exact error codes, but once or twice it has said BAD_POOL_CALLER.

- msiexec.exe closes during installation of programmes.

- After scheduling and performing a chkdsk, it deleted comsnap.dll and update.inf from something, I didn't see what before it finished. I can get past them by rebooting roughly 4-5 times; eventually it will run smoothly.

Result is Security Essentials deciding it cannot update and thinks it's out of date.

- ATI Catalyst Control Centre (for the onboard GPU) closes on start-up.

About 3 or 4 days ago I installed a new motherboard (Gigabyte MA785GMT-UD2H), processor (Athlon X2), RAM (4GB Crucial), HDD (so it's essentially a new PC). I've kept notes of some of the most recurrent problems:

- Generic Win32 service closes on start-up. I get the 'aw snap!' page, the whole thing doesn't close.

Result is frequently that when I try to open My Documents or My Computer, the taskbar and desktop icons disappear for a few seconds, then reappear. This occurs even after disabling extensions, so they do not seem to be the cause.

...And less frequently, I have also had the following happen:

- On boot-up, a window pops up with: 'Procedure entry point Md5final could not be located in the dynamic link library ADVAPI32.dll'

- Occasional BSOD. I've googled thes...


odd problems with a new build

Upgrading the bios to the latest release fixed the problem.
I once had an issue where the board I had bought recognized the e8400 no problem, but automatically clocked down the 8500. First off I get 12 beeps before every restart, but after that it restarts fine and goes into XP like normal. The other thing that is bugging me is that the e8500 is getting capped at 266x9.5 (2.5 ghz) which would normally mean the ram is too slow but its registered as 667 and to my knowledge that should be fine for a 1:1 bus ratio at 333.

This of course meant I had to get a new mobo and it has left me with a few problems that are odd at least in my eyes. I cant find any reason it would do that but obviously something is up. I've disabled CIE and checked all the ram and cpu options in the bios and i don't see anything that would be stopping the cpu from running at its default 333x9.5.

So if anyone could provide some insight to this I would really appreciate it.

After years of rockin a 3.0 p4 I was finally able to upgrade to an e8500. Try upgrading the bios.


New build -- many problems

Is their anything we may have overlooked during the build? The new mobo is giving no errors but with no signal to the monitor, I can't do anything. I can't load bios or anything else with no signal, and the monitor works fine. The video card was replaced with a working one with no luck.

but on both motherboards? Also the hard drive will not come on most of the time. The specs are:

Antec case with seperate Antec 430 watt power supply
AMD 64 3200 processor
K8T Neo-FIS2R ATX Motherboard, Socket 754 For 64-bit AMD
ATI X800 pro
GB Mushkin 222 special ram PC3200
160 GB Seagate ST3160023AS SATA Hard drive
DVD|LITE ON 16X SOHD-167T
COMBO 52x32x52|SMSUNG SM-352NENB%BK

We've run out of ideas... As you can see I'm desperate to find any info.

It's like the mobo is not reading the AGP slot... Ensure that the AGP support is enabled in the BIOS and if it's an integrated MOBO.
Only one in about 7 tries.

I had a computer building buddy put a system together ordered through newegg, and basically the thing won't read a signal to do anything.

The cd drives only word if the cable is unplugged to them. They are pointless as they are now only ejectable coasters. Still no signal to monitor, and neither have onboard video.

I will have to send a Chaintech mobo back and I have replaced it with a K8T Neo-FIS2R ATX Motherboard, because the chainteck nForce3 250 was giving errors.


Problems with first build

So I just built myfirst computer, not an extreme amount of prior knowledge but I just finished putting it together and it turns on, all the fans run but there is no display, also I saw somewhere that it computer is supposed to beep to show errors but I don't hear anything We're going to need more information, what parts did you use and have you tried running it with the bare minimum parts installed (one stick of RAM, no drives, no video card (if you have onboard graphics)).The PC will only beep if your case includes a speaker which you have connected to the motherboard or your motherboard has one built in, not all do and they are becoming less and less common.


Problems with first build, Pls help.

I bought a case with 350w psu
an Abit SG-72 mobo
1 stick of generic 512 pc3200 400mhz ram
P4 celeron 2.4 ghz cpu
hitachi deskstar 80gb hd
nec dvd rw
lg cdrw

I mput it all together, checked everything was working, checked bios and everything was recognised and seems to be set up ok. I put the cd in and follow the instructions, ive tryed this many times but each time there is an error of somekind. Can any1 pls help as iv ran out of ideas, im struggling. The problem comes when i try to install windows xp.

Sometimes its a blue screen that says a problem is detected and windows has to shutdown, it sometimes says DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL or PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA, sometimes it gets further and just says there is a file missing or it cant copy certain files from cd or in some cases it just restarts. Legal copy?
On a couple of occasions it has installed but it crashes as soon as i try to do anything either with an error page as before or it just restarts.


New build problems

What gives here? Second, and this may be because of the first issue, windows 7 hits a kink and I get a bsod error: "page fault in nonpaged area"..what is this about? Thinking the HSF is installed correctly, and it being installed correctly are two entirely different things.




Hey guys, a while ago I posted a thread about building my first system and I finally have gotten around to it. I've run into a couple problems, however. This has turned out to be a frustrating project!
 




So what's reporting 100 C, the BIOS? Specs:
Core i5 2400
MSI H67MA-E35-B3
4gb ram
1TB HD
GT450 graphics

First, and most concerning, when in the bios on first power up I see the cpu temp rise to 98 degrees Celsius..can this be correct??

I'd give that another shot before I did anything else.
 

cpu, heatsink, and fan where installed properly (i think), and this is just the first time it was powered on.


New build CD-RW problems

anyone have any ideas ? Have you tried looking at the CD from Start\Run Browse the cd


PC build PROBLEMS



New PC build. Problems. Help.

Please help. I'm new to this stuff and I invested a lot into this system. The problem I have is that I turn on my PC, but nothing happens, at all.

I am building a new PC, and I wanted to test the main parts.

Nothing spins, no beeps ... its probably a stupind error but I need someone to please tell me what I need to do. Please help me out.


New build CPU problems



I just finished my 1st build. But you are hot for a 2500k
if i need to start it again
I need to unplug it form the wall then plug it back on


going to grab some past now see if i can reset the fan
specs

mother b p8 ps7pro
cpu i5 2500k
gpu radeon 6950
1T WD black HD
ps tx750
ssd ocz 120gb
corsair vengeance 8g mem


Even when you use the shut down in windows?

Check your pwr rst cables at the mobo plug. i have 2 problems
one is that the cpu is running to hot 56C no load and the fan is loud
also the computer only lets me start it once.


New PC build problems

The 320GB has one partition for Vista 64bit, and the second partition for Win XP. Anyone know where I can download this driver for Vista? It isn't a problem with the hardware as it works fine under Vista. Problem 1
When I was installing the mobo drivers in XP, at one point I got a blue screen of death.

I built the PC last night and have installed Windows XP and Vista as dual boot. The 400GB is just data partitions.

I have just completed a new build PC and I am having a few issues with it. I did Google it and found a couple of sites that have it, but all the liks from Google are dead.

It won't let me install any drivers for it and it says there are no drivers installed for it. Problem 2
The 56k modem is off my previous PC, and works fine in XP, but there is no Vista drivers as far as I can see. Specs for new PC are
Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3P Motherboard
Intel Core 2 Duo E6600
2 GB DDR2 RAM
Divico Fusion HDTV card DVB-T plus
SwannSmart II Internal 56k Modem
and 2 SATAII HDD 320GB and 400GB with 2 partitions each.

When I rebooted the drivers weren't installed for the on board sound "Audio Device on High Definition Audio Bus" so the sound won't work at all.


self build problems

Hope this solves your problem.
I think you will find this is an overheating problem. I tried puting the bios to its fail-safe settings HA!!!The mainboard is an MSI KT4A ultra series, I suspect this to be the culprit but think the cheap PSUs might be causing the problem too!Any ideas? All the heatsinks I have seen have a small square of thermal compound but you must remove the protective tape before fitting.

When you fitted the heatsink onto your CPU did you remove the tape off the heatsink compound. The reason for the shutdown is the motherboard protecting your CPU from meltdown.If you cannot remember what you did it's worth a quick strip down to check.
Ive started building tow identical PCs but both of them have the folliwing problem...When I start them, after about 30sec they cut out.Ive reduced them to a PSU, keyboard, mainboard, CPU, FDD and RAM but it still does the same thing.


self build pc problems

On initial boot, CPU is recognised as 2500+, hard drive is not recognised, dvd/cdrw is primary master, displays Warning CPU has changed.
built a pc, A7N8X deluxe, AMD 3200+, Seagate sata 120g hd, samsung dvd/ cdrw combo. First time doing this, any help appreciated.

to start HD needs to be primary master. change that and first and see what happens.


new build with problems

Now that it is in the new case with all the same hardware it will boot to the win xp screen which shows the names of the of the individuals and will start the boot over after a few minutes. Only thing different, is I noticed during post it says cmos battery low, but it does go on and boot the win xp screen.

Just moved a motherboard and all hardware to a new case from a computer that had not ben used for awhile, last time it was fired up it worked with no problem.

Does not make any difference if you select a name and log on, the same thing will happen. Will a low batery in the CMOS cause this issue?


First PC build problems :'(

Well first thing I would check is to make sure all connections are made securely. The keyboard either isnt getting any power or the lights arent showing. well i collected all the parts i need (can post these but i reckon this problem is a general one) I assembeled the computer making sure i was wearing the grounding strip, and connected all the pins according to motherboard manual ect.

the monitor doesnt show anything but a no signal sign, ive tried with and without graphics card plugged in, also tried the s-video on a tv to make sure my monitor hadnt broken in the 5 mins of it being used on my other computer but still no result.
2. cards are seated properly. But when i go to turn it on there are 2 major problems,
1. btw...How come you can not post the specs?!?
 

any help would be much appreciated! And that your video, memory etc.


New build, new problems...

heh.

For me anyway

So I've just put my new PC together and every seems to be ok (installing SP2 as we speak so drivers stop yelling at me that they're outa date). Except the hard drive only registers 124GB, out of what should be 500, little help? pre-svc pack drive size limit
Live Search: 127gb limit


new build, having problems!



hey guys,

i just got done building my new rig in the bitfenix prodigy mini itx case. i got windows installed, everything was going great, then i was trying to install the drivers off the disk, threw the disk in ( took forever to recognize it ), installed the drivers that i wanted to install and now anything USB doesnt work, including my mouse and keyboard. i cant even get into the bios to reinstall windows and start over fresh because they keyboard isnt recgnized, m mouse and keyboard light up, but arent responsive. this is turning into a pain in the ***.

im using the p8z77-i mobo with an i5 3570k, samsung 830 ssd. VERY annoying, ALL i wanted was Fan Xpert, thats all i wanted! Try different usb ports.

Does your keyboard/mouse respond if you don't have your ssd connected?


PC Build, Having a few problems

I thought that i would need to install the drivers but i cant do that till i get it displaying on screen.

Hey guys this is my first post, So i am doing my first every pc build and things were going good up till now, i like to think im ok with pc's so i hope i can get it sorted, This is what i have:

Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-P35C-DS3R
Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad
Video Card: Inno3D 8500GT
PSU: Hiper 580W Type-M Black PSU
RAM: Corsair 4GB Kit (2x2GB) DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 XMS2 Memory

Everything was going fine, fitted the psu and the motherboard, then the processor and ram, then finally the video card, However my problem is that when i power it on i dont get anything displaying on my monitor. Can anyone help me?


First Build Problems

It also isn't hard to plug some cables into the wrong spots on the MOBO. Cheers!
 




Double check all connections on your board. The problem is my monitor is not connecting to the pc. "Signal not found" is the message that appears on the monitor before it goes into sleep mode. Make sure everything is secure and in the right place.
 

It's not hard to miss a cable and forget to plug it in. The following is the list of components in my pc build:
- Asus P877-I H77 Motherboard
- Intel i5-3470 LGA1155 CPU 3.2Ghz
- Corsair 8GB Vengeance DDR3
- Gigabyte ATI HD 7850
- Western Digital 1 TB SATA3
- 500W Corsair CX500 PSU

- Windows 8 64-bit

I have tried using VGA and HDMI cables, I have tried using different monitors which have worked fine when I tried connecting them to my laptop. Any ideas or suggestions will be much appreciated. I cannot see the BIOS and therefore cannot install my Windows 8 OS.

Therefore I determine there must be something wrong with my pc but I cannot pinpoint the problem.


Problems after build...

i'm really not sure what to do next:

I've tested for bad ram using memtest, got errors but only on test #5 which can be normal? Adjusted RAM timings to looser timings

Made sure all connections are good, made sure all power is connected

Any suggestions?

Ok, so a couple of days ago i built my first computer, all seemed well, i installed the operating system but straight away the system didnt seem right, random crashes, programs not opening, etc etc. What version of windows are you using?

Any Service packs installed? so i reinstalled, but im still getting the same messages, the computer will randomly crash, programs won't open at all, the internt sometimes won't work, graphics drivers not working properly, it all seems abit random... My system specs are

AMD64 x2 3800+
Winfast Foxconn NF4UK8AA (bios version 27-08-05 dd-mm-yy)
1 stick of corsair value RAM 1gig
200gig sataII spinpoint HD
Tagan 480W PSU
x800 GTO GPU
 



Have you tried using different ram? I would suggest contacting your mobo's manufacturere and seeing if any a BIOS update could be helpful.
 



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