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Mobo recomendations 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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Becuase im gana get the core2duo and right now i have the 8800gt, im gana upgrade my motherboard so my graphics card runs better. oh and another thing id like to ask, in ur opinoin what would you get core quad or core duo? I want recommendations for intel motherboards.. For board alone, you should do OK.  

btw my motherboard budget is 250$ (If you would have link for newegg id apprieciat it)   Take a look at the reviews on, and the gamer sites. If your budget for both CPU and motherboard is $250, you cannot afford much. Im planning on getting new motherboard, and processor.

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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 "Mobo recomendations" is a failure when one of its normal operations is properly started by a system or application component.


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MOBO/CPU recomendations

I do want to install a PCIE GPU so am not sure the Trinity APU is the way to go since I would just be watering down the increased graphic capibility of the cpu and using a lot of power. I'm liking some of the AMD FM2 cpu's but do they all feature the Trinity architecture? The GPU I'm leaning toward is GeForce GTX 650Ti AMP! In a nutshell, I'm trying to build a desktop with decent gaming ability with a budget of ~$300 US for mobo and gpu combined.

Or other things too?

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Is gaming the only real concern?

I'm looking at ASUS-F2A85-v-pro-Award mobo. Any recomendations would be greatly appreciated. So my question is am I trapping myself into this by going with a socket FM2 mobo?

I'm in the process of building a new PC and am at an impasse.

Recomendations for RAM

I have a A8N Sli Deluxe motherboard and it's hard to tell what is compatible with this thing

How much you willing to spend and do you want 2x512 mb or a plain 1gig stick?

I need help picking out a 1 gig stick of RAM.

RAM recomendations PLEASE

I need something a bit faster but it has to work with my m/b and Vista and everything else.

This is what I have:

MSI K9N Diamond
Thermaltake Toughpower 700W
AMD64 X2 6400+ 3.2ghz
Thermaltake RubyOrb CPU cooler
Kingston 4x1024 DDR2 800MHz
WD RAPTOR 74gb 10,000rpm
WD2500KS 250GB HD/D 7,200rpm
MSI NX8800GTX768
Creative S/B Audigy SE (onboard)
Harmen Carden 2.1 @ 70watts
Windows Vista Home Premium
CyberPower 1285AVR UPS
LOGITECH Revolution
DELL E228WFP 22in 1680x1050 widescreen. Usually, this would be about the MAX.

I would like to tweak this system up just a bit. If you want more, you can go to and let it scan your system to see if you CAN upgrade, but 800MHz is about the fastest also.


You have (Kingston 4x1024 DDR2 800MHz) 4 gigs of ram. I am open to suggestions.

If anyone here has any knowledgable advice on what RAM I could UPgrade to. I have Kingston Valueram, while this is OK.

New PC Recomendations?


Be it DVD or Divx. I won't be doing any editing, any gaming, anything really with this machine except watch videos.

I want to know the cheapest (yet most reliable) hardware I can use to get the best out of videos.

(I have a case, a DVD player, and a HD already. However, it only has one purpose -- Video. One question a home dvd player would probably be cheaper depends on the one you pick out some play Dvix movies too.

I'm getting ready to build another machine.

I'm looking for the rest of the stuff.)

I don't have an exact budget, but try to keep the cost of the parts low.

Best Recomendations?


The user...and drivers should only be updated under one of two circumstances:
    a.  User has problem with system and suspects/knows that a given driver is damaged and the root cause of problems.
    b.  Driver is updated by manufacturer to overcome known problem...or to provide new/improved functionality not previously available.
No one needs driver-update software developed by sptie of the assertions/claims that may be made.

Driver updates drive me bonkers!  Can anyone recommend to me, what they feel the best Driver updater for a Windows System is.  Free, or paid, I don't care I just want to know what you think is the best and easy is good too.

Looking for recomendations on SSD

Now from what I understand me being on Sata ii means if my next laptop is Sata iii I will see double my speed. I do some video editing from time to time, and am looking forward to USB 3.0 so I can backup my files faster.

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Would I even notice a difference? It's the access times that give SSDs their kick.

Would I even notice a difference? I doubt it.

So I use W7 on my HP EliteBook 8730w with an Intel 520 SSD(180gb). I am wondering if it is worth it to reformat my current SSD(1.5yr old) or buy the new latest and greatest?

My current uses are general internet use, and that's about it.

Any recomendations here?

I'm curious what the consensus is on the best free defrag utility for Vista SP2.

PSU recomendations and help.

The system is :
CPU : AMD Athlon x2 3800+ Dual core
RAM : 1024MB DDR2 (Dual Channel 2x512 533mhz)
Graphic card : ATI x850 xt 256MB
Motherboard : Asrock ALIVESATA2 ATX AM2
Hard drive : 250GB S-ATAII 300

CD/DVD Drives:
18x DVD+R/RW Dual Layer Writer
16 Speed DVD

I will be gaming. How powerful of a PSU should I be looking for and what should I be looking for in a PSU? Can anyone recomend any quite cheap ones(I prefer it to be low noise)?

Also can anyone recomend a decent cheap sound card and a decent pair of headphones. I have been told this is not enough for what I am buying.

I am buying a new computer and it includes a 330w power supply.

ISP recomendations

I am getting pretty fed up with using Freeserve. Difficult to connect, if I do connect it doesn't send and receive information and am forever struggling to send mail etc etc.So, are all the ISPs the same or can anyone recommend a first class service?I currently use BT's Surf package on the off peak times.You replies really appreciated.Regards, Chris

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EVERYONE, Recomendations Please

I've got to go in Monday for testing of my proficiency in MS WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT. The sight below has many useful examples for excel and a good forum also. etc., on MS Office products, especially Excel. Go to the Library there are always useful books.

I'll be spending the weekend doing nothing else but boning up on these programs and I just wanted to know if you've run across any valuable resources that might help out.

Hey everyone, I need your suggestions, novice too advanced.

I am pretty familiar with these applications but every little bit helps. I just had a job interview today and everything is looking good. But... What I need from you are suggestions for crash courses, tutorials, free e-books, etc.

RAM Recomendations

You'll never use half of it. Also, it doesn't look like you have an SSD......that would be first on my list of things to buy.

Your specs say you have a 16GB kit and sell your 12GB kit on ebay.

I was thinking about this G.SKILL G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series 64GB (8 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2400 (PC3 19200) Desktop Memory Model F3-19200CL10Q2-64GBZHD -

Please don't waste your money on that.

I have 8 slots available on my new motherboard and my processor and OS support up to 64 GB so I was wondering what I should get to fill up all 8 slots and all 64 GB?

Recomendations Please

I'm planning a dual boot setup as soon as I get XP fine tuned.

Any reccomendations on a decent priced (under $150) sound card that will work with XP Pro AND 7? Creative Labs SB X-FI Titanium PCIe Sound Card at


so i'd like something very simple, and easy to troubleshoot should any problems arise in the future... as soon as i am finished, i would like to buy the necessary epuipent for a wireless network in my home. i'm not too good with networking, i have tried to do it with win me, but had trouble and gave up.

i have a pppoe (point to point protocol over ethernet) DSL connection with sbc/yahoo. does anyone have any recommendations or things i should know before i decide on what to buy?

SSL VPN recomendations

I am looking for an SSL VPN solution and i was hoping someone could recommend one to me based on their experience and the following requirements list:

1. No worries about concurrent SSL sessions, or bandwith or multiple forms of authentication (LDAP, Kerbros, RADIUS, etc). Pretend money isnt an issue.

Cisco's SSL sucked the last time I looked at it. Be able to create dynamically create services on non-standard ports. (ex: create a portal link to an internal http service running on port 8888 or any other port of my choice).


Juniper's SSL appliances are sweet.

That are the main ones that i have been having trouble with. From my experience, they are pretty much stanard.

Be able to create ACL's on the device that would control user access to specific ports and or IP's.

VPN recomendations

There are only like 2-3 computers at each location. Otherwise, might use the 042 for Remote loc's. that's all assuming that you don't want to go true business grade (Cisco, etc).

The BEFVP's are "decent" for edge duty, but not core.

I'm looking for some VPN routers to connect 3 different offices to the main office. Which would be a better router:
Linksys BEFVP41
Linksys RV042

With either one, at each remote office, could I simply go with a Linksys BEFSX41 for the endpoint? It only supports 2 tunnels, but the only tunnel it will have is the one connecting back to the main office.

If you go with the Linksys Variety, Use an RV series as the central point, specifically the RV082 at least (double the processor speed and memory of the 042 and built-in PPTP VPN).

I was looking at Sonicwall, but they are a little too pricey for what I need.

CPU fan. Recomendations? Plz

anyway, the fan i'm currently using is really loud and when i went to my cousins house, the computer was hardly detectable because it gave off little noise. I'm thinking its measured in db? so i was wondering what is a low noise to have a CPU fan at?

Im thinking about getting a new fan for my CPU (Athlon XP 1700+) which isn't great but does the trick. and your find lots

PSU recomendations

With the twinmos in there you're gonna need at least a 520w powerstream. I need a 24 PIN PSU for around 100 USD anyone got any suggestions. You can try pulling off that little DIMM jumper mod floating around though if you can't afford something that big.

I have a DFI Lanparty Ultra-D, 3200+ venice, 1 80 GIG harddrive,2x 512 MEG Twinmos ram, ATi x300 se Hypermemory VGA and 3 USB that takes Power.

WoW Recomendations

FPS is where it matters, human eye can't detect above like 30-40 beyond that it looks smooth.

Hey guys i was just wandering if any of you guys play WoW because i wanted to know if my BFG FX 5500 is enough to play WoW smoothly on normal settings ...40fps+ mayb? hmmm.. Now with that said I'm sure there will be posts 'Oh well I notice difference between 60 and 61 FPS' but it's scientific studies that give us the fact we can't detect beyond 40 or so FPS, so I don't know if it's people trying to seem special or what.

is it that the higher refresh rates the better? Anyway, I haven't played WoW and the FX 5500 isn't really powerful, but I would pretty much think it should play it as long as you dont want insane high settings.

DVD drive recomendations

Is there a DVD drive out there with software for creating DVD's. It is NOT a digital camcorder, it records on 8MM tape. I am interested in getting an EXTERNAL DVD drive to copy home movies from my camcorder.

I do not yet have a DVD drive. I guess this is 'analog'? I run XP and have Nero Burning Rom v5.5.9

I want to do a little editing, nothing fancy.

Monitor Recomendations

I don't know a lot about the specs on them so an help would be great.This is what i'm looking at right now but any other monitors that you know of that are better i am open to look at them.  I never bought any monitor on-line. I'm looking for a 19" widescreen that has good picture quality for gaming. I like to go to the store, see 30 monitors TURNED ON, and then, I know, which one.

I'm looking for a new monitor.

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