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Trouble Installing AMD Athlon 64 3500 Into [email protected] Mobo - HELP!

With the introduction of the Opteron, and later the Athlon 64, AMD has proven that it can stretch beyond just designing processors. I don't know what could be causing your problem. Updated May 20: Fixedthe description of the intelppm.sysproblem to more accurately represent how the problem occurs. See and discover other items: amd processor Back to top Get to Know UsCareersAbout AmazonInvestor RelationsAmazon DevicesMake Money with UsSell on AmazonSell Your Services on AmazonSell on Amazon BusinessSell Your Apps his comment is here

The little drive access light on the USB flash drive flashed for a bit while Windows continued to load. If anyone else can confirm that I'm sure may others will be happy about it. After the first rebootthe error was 0x0000007e; I tried the solution from recovery console, but intelppm wasn't find. or Add to List Sorry, there was a problem.

If you boot from the recovery disk you have to figure out which one is the current to modify the proper one. I renamed the intelppm file but that did not help. Stay logged in Sign up now! At this point, the information is still trickling in.

Wish I had better news for you. # Rick Baker said on 09 May, 2008 02:30 PM Home built, ECS Motherboard, AMD 3800+ chip, ATI AGP GFX, OCZ Ram. Many thanx! # Francesco said on 09 May, 2008 07:02 PM When i was in the recovery console I typed "disable intelppm", but the response was that the service didn't exist... Sorry. I'll try your 'fix' and reinstall SP3 to see how it works out.

Then a proper shutdown. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/490572 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Hint: the answer is not 6 IanCutress: Update on our Ryzen review. Every machine that has been confirmed affected has been a desktop as far as I can recall.

Doesn't seem to me to make any sense spending 5 Grand on a 64 bit system until the OS is available? Double click the Start value and set it to 4 If you did what I did and completely destroyed things by running a disk check, navigate to \Control\SessionManager. Thank you so much for the help! I'm concerned that the RAID setup had something to do with it. # Rick Baker said on 09 May, 2008 01:28 PM Here we go, ECS Motherboard, AMD 3800+ chip.

Going price OEM w/o heatsink & fan as of 08/09 is around $30 bucks.Read more0Comment| 6 people found this helpful. WARNING: Do NOT under any circumstance disable the intelppm driver on anIntel-based computer. It is the instruction to load it that HP put into the registry that causes the problem. For me this is another trick from M$ to try to get out XP.

There were reports that a secondary SATA device might help too. http://gsdclb.org/trouble-installing/trouble-installing-net-framework-2-0-or-3-5.php With all USB devices disconnected the computer will boot with or without USB flash drive. TreyDawgMT, Aug 9, 2006 #5 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. I reboot and appears another ode of error (0x00000074.

Finally I tried the recovery again with the dell disk and i ran chkdsk with no parameters (also no login) and it fixed some of the errors, and finally I restarted The computer will work for a while and eventually you get a screen that says "Welcome to Setup". This worked well because the Athlon 64 isn't heavily pipelined and is less effected by cache than the Pentium 4 line of processors. http://gsdclb.org/trouble-installing/trouble-installing-vista-rc1.php Both systems fully operational.

Updated June 4: Added information on a conflict with certain wireless cards. All rights reserved. At this point,I want to clarify that the endless rebooting is not at all related to SP3 per se.

These cards all use the adm8211 chipset.

My concern was that this Athlon 64 3500 was new but more than few years old. The screen ends with the tell-tale error code: STOP: 0x000000A5. Added an explanation to how the problem occurs. It can mean a number of things, but possibly that you have a corrupted configuration.

Once again, only the AMD machine had the problem. The point of this whole comment is that after reading your excellent post I did a search for both "amdk8.sys" and "intelppm.sys" and found that "intelppm.sys" exists but "amdk8.sys" is nowhere OR PUT IT TOGETHER FOR SOME LIL BOY OR GIRL TO BE FAST AND HANDLE CERTAIN GAMES ON AND GOOD ENOUGH TO MULTI TASK WITHOUT IT FREEZING ALL THE TIMERead more0Comment|Was http://gsdclb.org/trouble-installing/trouble-installing-usb-scanner.php When the parts finally arrived, they performed very well, but the overclocking that AMD had been known for in the Athlon XP line was definitely lacking.