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Ati radeon stops working asus m4a785td-m evo motherboard 7

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March 31, 2010 9:06:47 AM

Hello, I get continual problems with my machine.
Ati radeon crashes then restarts, sometimes will not boot at all (display is unstable at boot up), sometimes just freezes until reboot.
Spec:
Asus M4A785TD-M EVO MOTHERBOARD.
AMD PHENOM 11X2 555 PROCESSOR(3200MHz, 2 CORES
BIOS AMI MEGATRENDS 0904(14/10/2009)
4G ( 2 X 2G) MEMORY( SHOWING ONLY2.4G AVAILABLE)
ONBOARD GRAPHICS USED ATI RADEON 4200.

ALL UPDATED.
WHEN HD SOUND UPDATED, MACHINE CRASHES,
USB SCANNER ALSO CASUSES CRASHES
WINDOWS 5 HOME PREMIUM.
ANY HELP WOULD BE MOST APPRECIATED

STEVE JACKSON.
March 31, 2010 9:11:01 AM

should read windows 7
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a b V Motherboard
March 31, 2010 9:26:10 AM

test your hardware


also what power supply do you use?
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March 31, 2010 11:49:55 AM

apache_lives said:
test your hardware


also what power supply do you use?


Hello, thanks for rapid reply.#
500 watt power ATX.
I have tested memory ang graphics on board, both ok
no conflicts anywhere

I suspect monitor, but not certain.

thanks
Steve Jackson
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August 23, 2010 9:17:20 PM

There are reports that people with that line of asus mobo's get issues when updating to the latest bios, if you have updated to latest bios you might want to try going back to an older version.

Not an expert but I'm looking to buy that mobo for a new build and have been reading allot of reviews.
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August 24, 2010 10:41:21 AM

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There are reports that people with that line of asus mobo's get issues when updating to the latest bios, if you have updated to latest bios you might want to try going back to an older version.

Not an expert but I'm looking to buy that mobo for a new build and have been reading allot of reviews.



Hello, thanks for interest, I have updated all drivers again and it seems to have settled down. Though what I did specifically I am not certain, I have also redirected more processor resources to the graphics adapter using cacheman, maybe that is the answer.
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