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Management instructed me to give them what they needed to get up and running, since we were still going to use them as a supplier. However, the requirement is NOT for the card alone, it's the minimum requirement for an entire system that has a particular graphics card installed.EDIT: This database is more up to date: corrupted files are showing up all over the place. will definitely give these a shot..david. Source

having the same problem... A lot of other small problems have been happening since the power outage too, and they are getting increasingly annoying. My often used Steam gaming application has had new issues, which only started after the power outage. Results are fine. http://www.teamliquid.net/forum/tech-support/417034-computer-extremely-slow-after-power-outage

Computer Super Slow After Power Outage

By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy Not a member? There can be some pretty ugly spikes in AC power when things get restored, and they can creep into components and blow out things that are weak. well i'll try updating/resetting the bios thing and fingers crossed, i hope it'll work. However, I recently replaced a power supply that was registering marginal and the user called me the next day to exclaim that the computer was running a *lot* faster than it

dudibdJul 5, 2016, 6:40 PM Geoff Clements said: dudibd said: david_12 said: Just did a memory test. System performed much better, and was released with a clean bill of health. solved Computer not turning on after power outage solved Computer turns on but wont stay on longer than 30 seconds after power outage Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around Internet Slow After Power Outage I did those around the same time because besides Windows booting slow I was also dealing with blue screens caused by faulty RAM(which memtest86 found no errors with by the way).

Really considering a complete windows reinstall. Computer does not power on after being unplugged or power outage. View this "Best Answer" in the replies below » prev 1 2 next 25 Replies Serrano OP Ewald59 Sep 4, 2012 at 4:19 UTC In a word ..... https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/slow-pc-after-power-outage/27b40e78-7548-4969-b707-09a24edbd01c Sep 5, 2012 at 9:39 UTC As a tech, I too have seen this odd behavior.  A proper power supply tester should be part of every tech's arsenal for diagnostics.  when

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fibola View Public Profile Find More Posts by fibola 02 Aug 2014 #6 gregrocker 50,800 posts It shows you have 3 hard drives. http://www.computing.net/answers/hardware/slow-cpu-after-power-outage/89809.html dudibdJul 4, 2016, 7:01 AM david_12 said: Just did a memory test. Computer Super Slow After Power Outage Report • #6 riider September 7, 2013 at 11:14:08 "It does run at much lower clock speed. Hard Drive Slow After Power Outage If you're sure the trouble began after the power outage, then I'd lean towards the ram or the board being bad.

If that doesn't fix it reinstall Windows. this contact form Don't know what this would have to do with your circuit going off but it's about the only thing I can guess. I know that a power supply going out has also caused issues with desktops I have worked on in the past. Report • #3 riider September 6, 2013 at 07:36:02 I'm a little confused. Ssd Slow After Power Outage

  1. Results are fine.
  2. Which is the Win7 drive.
  3. piquionne9May 18, 2014, 8:10 AM jaraldo said: Well I'm at work atm so can't help much now.
  4. CPU Frequency stays at 100%.
  5. And I would NOT update your bios.
  6. Wipe your PC and install Windows from scratch.
  7. Does your computer still operate normal i.e temps, fan speed, voltage of the PSU, voltage of the CPU...
  8. Left it on for a few hours was working fantastic but after several power outages within 4 hours with it turning on for a few seconds and than instantly off my
  9. If you have multiple RAM sticks, try booting with only one of them and unless the problem is fixed try the next one.
  10. In Win7, right click MyComputer -> properties to see if your OS is seeing the same amount of RAM that you know if in your box.

david_12May 29, 2013, 2:33 AM Just did a memory test. thanks for the info! My System Specs gregrocker View Public Profile Find More Posts by gregrocker Pc is very slow and unusable after electricity failure. « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar help and have a peek here TwitchTV as Maaasked I stream hots (rarely) FoxShine Profile Joined January 2012 United States156 Posts June 13 2013 07:05 GMT #13 On June 13 2013 15:56 Maasked wrote:so....

Thanks! 0 Jalapeno OP Nicholas9783 Feb 23, 2016 at 5:06 UTC I went ahead and applied the 2.3.2 update; and we had another power outage last week. Sfc /scannow Report • #2 derek.int September 6, 2013 at 06:43:06 I'll try that, anything that can be caused by any other hardware by any chance?I'm very tempted to run memtest and HDD I once had a custom build come in for diagnosis, and the performance was terrible.

I would assume it would be due to supplying power to the motherboard. 0 Datil OP Dave Boring Sep 4, 2012 at 4:22 UTC If the PS died

HDTune doesn't do much. There was an update for CPU clockspeed and UPSes. Battery backup UPS? Chkdsk My computer was turned off at the time, and I have a shuttle system so I use the included power supply.

ByuN2. Which one would that be? Though I would assume both of those would show other things as well. Check This Out How about posting the make/model of the card & I can tell you exactly how much power it actually consumes?

I did discover that if I shut the server all the way down, pull the plugs, wait 10-15 seconds, then plug it back in. I've seen drives pass a long but fail a short. 4- Bad motherboard. Especially considering you dabble in the torrent world. All the standard DC, AD, DNS, ect.

I don't have any alerts on my UPSs showing them move to battery for poor voltage. Software ▼ Security and Virus Office Software PC Gaming See More... BIOS settings haven't been changed. Have you tried running in safe mode to see how it performs?

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