|Oh well lol your rewards mean crap. if a guys hard drive is full and he doesn't want to lose data he needs more space. Why not get an extra hard drive it is what i would do. I mean it is real simple. If you don't have enough space in your house you either need to through stuff away or get extra storage space. Not a hard decision disk clean up gets rid of a few megs most of the time and thats about it it is useless almost anymore. Only someone who hasn't got up with the times would use it it is old school thinking.|
As far as the 9400 gt's having a fan problem that knowledge comes from diagnosing 500 pc's a month. I know their is an issue with the fans thats why when one went out and then the second fan stopped totally working I was still wondering so I put in my old known good 8500 gt after that blew I knew I had an air flow a port problem or something else going on. As far as that being a 500 dollar computer not really I can buy a quad core for that amount. http://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/s...
ok 599. and I could customize one that would beat his for less.
Also I can not believe you have been trouble shooting for 15 years. No one doing pc repair for that long once a gpu fan totaly dies would be asking how do you know it is over heating? Ofcourse it is over heating the fan doesn't work um duh.
As far as the windows 98 pc are you sure that is hard ware how would you know? The usb ports run on a seperate bridge. the floppy disk connects to a different port incase you didn't know that which is on the same bridge as his cd rom and also his hard drive and his floppy uses a seperate cable. so it is most likely not his cd rom or floppy or his cable. would be the bridge but he is still getting data from his hard drive and it doesn't explain the usb ports. Still could be something inside the hardware but if he is going to chuck it why not suggest a last ditch effort to reformat from the partition if he has one? Makes sense to me. I mean if we are going to through it out then we might as well try every possible soloution even if we think it isn't going to work.
I would never let any of you trouble shoot my turkey baster even. I do get your point about diagnostics they have helped me numerous time but often hardware is bad and it still passes. So that being said i don't run to those first. If possible if I think it is the ram I reseat ram try different ram configurations if it is a consistant problem that occurs frequently. If not then diagnostics and checking windowls logs may help.
All you guys could come up with is how do you know your gpu is overheating? Why don't you go inside your case and try to unplug stop or just totaly take it off your video card then go try to play crysis rofl.
I mean did you not get that my gpu fan totaly stopped spinning doesn't work anymore at all then I have issues? And if you really understand that and still have to ask but how do you know your video cards are over heating your retarded.
I do realize this isn't a commen issue I know what it sounds like hard to believe someone would go through three gpu's but not to someone with real tech support experince. I suggested three different things that could cause it that are probable.
How many did you all suggest that weren't total guesses? All you could say is but how do you know it's overheating one of the dumbest questions you could ask rofl. I mean if my fan wasn't totaly stopped your point would be valid.
So none of you could come up with anything but I am the idiot rofl? If your so good how come you couldn't suggest a single thing and all you wanted to do was argue about wether the gpu was actually over heating. Post things that had nothing to do with the actual problem and just argue? Not one of you were helpful and a bad idea is better then no idea.
I even asked my 6 year old nephew who I show things about pc's to. I said phil what happens if my gpu fan stops.
he said it won't work
I asked why won't it work.
stops thinks for a minute because that means that it will get hot.
rofl a 6year old knows more then you all