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The reason XP shows the disk as 745 GB has to do with the limits of MBR partitioning (XP does not support GPT partitioning). With MBR partitioning you can only have 2^32 blocks of 512 bytes each; that is about 2 TB, hence the 2 TB limit. Worse: Even before any partition table entries are created, the 3 TB drive's capacity is reported by the drive as ...


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You get a well known crash, caused by Autodesk Inventor (rse.dll): ******************************************************************************* * * * Exception Analysis * * ...


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After some other testing we decided to remove the raid card from this machine and test, the machine booted from the same CD tested earlier and ran mem test OK. After re installing this board it failed again, upon attempting to access the raid bios to check for errors the screen goes black and stays there. Solution to this error was the hard drive controller ...


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Notepad++ keeps a backup in: C:\Users\jake\AppData\Roaming\Notepad++\backup


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Seems like you have installed the wrong version of video driver or the driver for another OS; or maybe you have the new 32bit driver installed for a 64 bit OS or vice versa. So check whether that is the issue, if not, then you may revert to using your earlier version of driver.


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Please open device manager: 1: Go to start menu and search "Run" 2: Click the first entry 3: Type the following into the entry field: devmgmt.msc 4: Please review this screen and report any unusual things (errors etc.)


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Could also try unticking "Mini Toolbar" in Settings -> General -> Advanced That stopped the crash on "Full screen" for me - but I still have the other size problem. I found the answer here: https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=65274


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you might just need more ram, or there is a specific setting somewhere on your mac where when an app like chrome is taking up a lot of CPU/battery power it shuts it off immediately


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My problems stared with a 0x50 stop error and then escalated from that. Simple fix was to clean the heat sink (dust build up) causing it to overheat. Also, my ram was diagnosted as good but one of my ram drive slots was bad (older computer). Mind you it was for XP but I upgraded to Win7 Ultimate via iso. Runs great now. It took me 3 weeks to find the ...


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I had the same symptoms (extremely quick hard reset) with the same mobo/CPU combination. My experience: upgrading from F6 to F8 BIOS solved it for me. I do note the edit to the OP explicitly saying this didn't work for them, but I thought I would share that it did for me.


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Some thing very similar happened to me. This was my process: Create a bootable memory tester. Do this with both sticks of RAM in first. If that returns errors. Run it on each stick individually in different slots in your motherboard. Do your best to pinpoint the problem. If nothing shows up, move on. I was upset when I had to do this also, but play games ...



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