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I'm having a huge problem with my system freezing everytime I get to the desktop screen. I'm not sure what the problem is. In other posts I've read about power supplies, but I have an antec 430w, and up until a few days ago I wasn't really having much of a freezing problem. In other threads I've read about RAM. But on bootup it says "1024 bytes ok.......NVRAM ok........operating freq. 400hz" so I'm assuming my ram is ok, although I'm not sure what NVRAM is. Does anyone have a similar problem or suggestion???
 

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I also read about adjusting the cpu and ddr voltages within BIOS but I've been all through my BIOS and don't see anywhere to do it. Is this maybe a windows based program or something?
 

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no I haven't installed any new software that I can think of.
 

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That really sounds like a ram issue. I've had similar problems with past computers and was able to solve the problem by putting in the modules one by one to find the bad one.
 

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well, I "may" have fixed my problem. what I did was follow some info from another thread. In the bios I disabled the legacy usb. Actually I felt the difference. For example, my steering wheel now has much more force. and so far after 3 or 4 boot up's it hasn't froze yet. so I'm crossing my fingers.
 

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..........can you think of any other reason why anyone would need such a computer?? :tongue2:
 
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