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    7600GT/ X-Fi XM sharing same IRQ

    I already have a signature but I don't know why it doesn't show
  2. is there a problem if 7600GT/ X-Fi XM share same IRQ 18, I haven't noticed a problems like crackling and such in games or when listening to mp3 files. is that normal ?
  3. do you have AMD Dual Core Optimizer tool installed ?
  4. should I be able to remove the stock HSF and keep the CPU in the socket if I follow this video or I can say that 100% 4 sure the CPU will stuck into the HSF ? http://www.amd.com/us-en/assets/content_ty...ove-HighRes.wmv
  5. maybe the cpu went bad, try to underclock it you can try 2 instances super pi 32MB
  6. you said your CPU is failing prime, but in your earlier post you said you have no problem running prime failing prime = system instable, it could be bad motherboard/bad cpu
  7. try to up the pci-e from 100 to 103MHz
  8. Set "/noexecute= AlwaysOff" in your Boot.ini, like so. multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)WINDOWS="Micro soft Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect /NoExecute=AlwaysOff
  9. did you try to disable AMD Physical Address Extension ?
  10. do you receive BSOD causing by NV4_disp ? uncheck automatic windows restart so you can read what is the causing the problem.
  11. I didn't yet removed it. I'm thinking on changing my motherboard but I'm really worry about bending the pins and really afraid to remove it, I don't want to lose the processor :/
  12. I'm using the stock HSF and stock thermal PAD pre-installed should I have problem removing it ?
  13. every time I try to remove the heatsink, the cpu came out with the hsf stucking into it. I tried to run prime 95 for like 1 hour before I remove the hsf, but the cpu still stuck and came out with the hsf, also I tried to right and left the hsf before removing it. I now want to change the mobo and I'm worry about bending the pins. reference photo I found on a review:
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