Intel DP35DP Hot?

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards Intel' started by disfigured_LmKi, Nov 23, 2008.

  1. disfigured_LmKi

    disfigured_LmKi Master Guru

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    In the past 5 nights I went to the desktop twice (while playing BF2).

    Then tonight my rig rebooted, upon the next restart I got nothing, blank screen.

    So per instructions of the intel manual I pop the CMOS battery.

    Upon the next reboot I get a long "siren" as they call it. We'd call it a constant beep.

    Intel mobo instructions say overheated CPU.

    I dismount cpu check paste layer, nothing abnormal. Scrape clean apply new thermal paste, reboot, now everything seems fine.

    Any ideas what might cause this after months of trouble free hard core gaming?
     
  2. disfigured_LmKi

    disfigured_LmKi Master Guru

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    So since it's back up I go to set the Optimal Defaults in the BIOS.

    And BAM!!!!

    BSOD (hardware one), right after the windows load screen and then it reboots. and the same thing happens. During an attempt to use the recovery console on my WinXP Pro disc, it said I had no hardrives installed (this is what lead me to fool with the settings in the bios).

    So I went through the bios, and noticed that the one of the settings was on RAID, since I have no RAID drives, I changed it to IDE, and now I'm off and running again.

    I don't know if it had anything to do with it, or not....

    Still no ideas..


    GO figure......
     
  3. disfigured_LmKi

    disfigured_LmKi Master Guru

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    No thoughts huh?

    How bout a simple question to narrow it down then?

    In my current set up, when there's no boot (black screen upon power up), what would cause when using an O.S disc (Windows XP PRO), in recovery mode, to have it see "no harddrives installed"?
     
  4. iHigh

    iHigh Member Guru

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    In cases i had, one time due to damaged HD cable, another time because a corrupted OS installation (xp) that for some reason made the HD undetectable.
    there are probably many reasons for this to happen ofcourse.
     

  5. hallryu

    hallryu Don Altobello

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    Stuck temp sensor!?!?! Not sure, glad you got it sorted though!:thumbup:
     

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