I am the recent owner of a new to me nbsp Z with the C revision motherboard nbsp Specs are pretty basic with one E GB x gb unbuffered ram a gb SATA HD a DVDRW and a single NVIDIA Quadro nbsp The machine posted the first two times without incident and I booted a live CentOS CD and everything was working fine so I installed it and everything went perfectly nbsp In fact I can't recall such an easy linux install ever nbsp Then I rebooted again and Z600 cmos cannot reset compute. after enabling entered the BIOS to enable hyperthreading nbsp While in the BIOS Z600 cannot reset cmos after enabling compute. the genius in me could not help but play around nbsp At some point I enabled compute for both of the x slots nbsp I know I know big mistake nbsp When I rebooted again I was introduced to the six beeps of death nbsp To me enabled meant allowed not mandatory nbsp I reseated the card cleared or attempted to clear the Z600 cannot reset cmos after enabling compute. CMOS and the offending setting about a nbsp hundred times following the official procedure then Z600 cannot reset cmos after enabling compute. any other I could find to no avail nbsp I found a thread with the exact same issue which mentioned having to wait for the stored energy in the system to bleed off and pressing the power button several times before pressing the CMOS reset button nbsp It worked for others but not me nbsp I have tried everything moving the card changing the card to one that supports CUDA but I enabled both slots I have powered down the machine unplugged the power cord removed the power supply waited hours pressed the CMOS reset button for seconds three times and I still have the six beeps nbsp Unless my machine contains some secret alien technology I am lost nbsp How do you clear the CMOS nbsp I have tried every procedure theory guess chant and encantation I know nbsp I started building computers when Jimmy Carter was Preident and I have seen it all almost nbsp The only other option I can see is a PCI VGA card so I can get back into the BIOS nbsp Any ideas or advise would be appreciated nbsp nbsp It's a great machine and I want it back
I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.
I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.
You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/directdownload.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)
I don't know the exact positon of the CMOS RESET switch, but you can remove the battery to set BIOS defaults.Don't forget to unplug the power cord, no need to remove the power supply or graphics card.Put back the battery after a few minutes and power on the machine.Video should be back now and all BIOS settings (including time and date) are lost.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600-cannot-reset-cmos-after-enabling-compute/td-p/5065741
Hi.Our brand new HP Z600 workstation running win srv 2008 rebooted after only couple of weeks with the following output from bios level screen:System reset caused by CATERR.927 - Fatal error on dimm in slot CPU0 DIMM1ECC Error on read operation What does this mean and how can we prevent this from happening in the future ? ThanksSergey
Having the a similar caterr error message.Did you recieve any response? Thanks.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Z600-workstation-reboots-system-reset-caused-by-CATERR/td-p/157403
People say that you should Overclock in increments, but what if you memorized the Overclocking settings and jump directly to them after a CMOS reset?
It will either work or it wont... no real way of knowing until you try it. Every motherboard is different, and some even allow you to save your settings in profiles, so you might experience a problem or it might work just fine.
Plz help me to reset my CMOS... Seems my CMOS data corrupted... Sometimes, I can't able to get into BIOS setup, as there is no option seen in the screen to enter by pressing DEL (I have a Gigabyte MB).. After couple of restarts, my MB showing me as normal that (Press DEL to enter setup).. help...
You may be able to do it through the BIOS or by using a jumper.
But a sure-fire way to clear CMOS is to remove your PC's battery.
Turn the PC off and look for the battery.
The battery is mounted on the motherboard and looks like a coin. You can pry it out.
Leave it out for a half hour and then put it back in.
I tried a cmos reset by moving the pins over and then back. Now all the computer does is check the drives and then does a "beeeeep....beep,beep" at me. Anyone know how to fix this?
gud day to you all pc lovers out there..i hope u could help me in my problem...
my cmos resets by itself..i didnt do anything, remove the batery or short the jumper...the message during boot-up is "checksum error, cpu ration change fail?.." hope u guys who had the same problem with me, could share the solutions..thnx guys...and by the way, it autorestarts during playing warcraft III...thnx again guys..
The battery may be dead.
What are the possible ways to reset cmos in pavilion 15-e039tx notebook?
@vetrisiva? What problem do have that you need to reset the BIOS??? REOhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/CMOS-RESET/td-p/5684452
Hey there is, in any stretch of the imagination, someway to reset the cmos to a G70-70 notebook?
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Welcome to the Lenovo Community !
To totally clear the CMOS would require opening up the laptop and removing the battery from the motherboard. Unfortunately this would void any remaining warranty and the motherboard battery on your model is soldered directly to the board. Without removing the motherboard battery the best you can do is either press and hold the power button for 15 seconds with the charger / adapter unplugged or go into the BIOS Setup and default the settings which is usually performed by pressing the F9 key. Keep in mind that the removal of the motherboard battery will not remove BIOS passwords like it does with a desktop model.
I have a trigem(glendale) socket 478 mobo, I can't find where the CMOS reset is
a model number would help
My laptop will not start. Keep getting a message CMOS reset 502
Hello, This means the BIOS is assumed to be corrupt and the system will install a hidden copy of the BIOS to correct the problem and the startup process continues. To resolve a BIOS error, you should run the HP Support Assistant (for Vista and Windows 7) to check the computer for the latest BIOS and other issues. If the notebook doesn't allow you to get into windows then you will need to follow this document. Can you give me the full model name and number of the notebook that you have? Let me know the outcome.THXhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/CMOS-reset-502/td-p/2438401
Hi.I have problem with my dv6.Starting very rare and when starting have a mesage for short time.The CMOS checksum is invalid. The CMOS will be reset to the default configuration and will be rebooted. Please check your BIOS Setup options to see if they changed. CMOS Reset (502) ENTER - Reboot the systemCan somebody help me to fix it?Thanks it advance...
Hi, I saw you post many messages. Please check the following post: http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/CMOS-reset-502/td-p/2438401 Regards.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/CMOS-Reset-502/td-p/5452072
how do i reset my cmos?
Is it possible to get restart every time after boot at least once (or more) because the battery of mainboard is going dead?
what do you mean by 'get restart every time'? The cmos battery will be keeping the low-level electronics ticking over, such as the onboard clock.
My monitor won't display an image except for Self-Monitor test telling me the monitor is fine. I'm almost positive I have to reset the BIOS but problem is the more I read on how to reset it the more confused I get. So I resorted to taking pictures.
The 3-pin Jumpers -http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c276/sones/HPIM0302.jpg
Where they go (I'm guessing) -
Do they maybe go here? -
I'm totally lost.
Those are not jumpers If you want to reset BIOS settings, you could just unplug power(cord off the PSU), discharge power by pressing the power button for 10 secs, then take the CMOS battery off, and wait for half an hour or so. Put those wires back their place. Refer to motherboard manual...
Ok im fixing a pc for someone and the Cmos Resets anytime I unplug the system and plug it back in (time settings etc.). First thing i thought it was was the CMOS battery so I went out and bought another. Same thing keeps happening I checked the jumper which also didnt change anything.
So im wondering is this motherboard component failure? or can it be something else that is causing this.
Appreciate any feedback thanks.
I have bought this Lenovo laptop some months ago, but I still haven't figured out a way to change the charge for my battery from 59% to 100%. I know that is possible by installing the Lenovo power management utility on Windows, but unfortunately, that would require me to wipe my system, install Windows, and then reinstall my system. Through a web search, I have found that it is possible to get a full charge by resetting the CMOS, but I have not found instructions on how to do it on the Lenovo G40-80. I have tried shutting down, disconnecting the AC and the battery, and holding the power button for 1 minute, but it did not work! I'm going on a long trip tomorrow, and having a full charge would be extremely important to me! Thank you for your attention!https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-B-and-G-Series-Notebooks/Reset-the-CMOS-on-Lenovo-G40-80/td-p/3432453
What's the main reason for resetting the cmos? When would one need to do it?
One reason is if your BIOS required a password, and you forgot it, then you would have to reset the CMOS to reset the password.http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/resolved-reset-cmos-147307.html
I have a Dell Inspiron 2200 on my hands. It's a definite problem child. Sometimes it recognizes the hard drive, sometimes it doesn't. Sometimes it sees the CD-ROM drive, sometimes it doesn't. But it is very sporadic and I have done hardware testing with Hiren's Boot CD. Everything seems to be fine. So one of my next guesses is that the BIOS or something is screwed up and decided that I need to reset the CMOS. But I have never done it to a laptop before and have no idea where to start. Help? Please?
Go to http://support.dell.com/support and then to drivers and downloads, enter your service tag number from the bottom of your laptop.
You can also click on Technical Support there to get a copy of your original configuration if you do not know it.
Then download the BIOS file: BR114952 for a floppy disk install, or I2200A07 or I2200A07.txt.
Read all the instructions, then go ahead to install. it is pretty safe compared to most other brands.
Also download and install your chipset drivers if your computer was built before 01/17/2006. In fact, I would download and install all drivers with release dates more recent than your purchase.
But be aware that you could have both defective hard drive and defective CD-Rom drive.
I have an HP a6620f desktop computer here that wont POST and just locks up at the HP BIOS screen. I want to try clearing CMOS, but I do not have any of the documentation for this computer to refer too. I can see the CMOS jumpers on the board, I just dont know what configuration they need to be in in order to perform a successful reset. I don't know if by chance anyone has or is familiar with this model computer and would know off the top of their head. Thanks in advance
Constantly but randomly my pc BSOD's
I shut it off and restart every time with crazy combinations of hard powering off and restarting and it will turn on but not post beep like normal.
All fans and everything power up, but no beep. FOR WHATEVER REASON, after awhile it starts up and post beeps like i did something but i didnt.
I cant figure it out, this time I was able to record the bsod error:
After it started up, my clock date/time was set back to 2012.
CMOS battery was replaced, cus i thought the battery was weak...and it still does this same thing.
Unfortunately, the error code doesn't provide as much information as needed, could you please provide the dump file so we could see the problem.
the dump files are located at C:\Windows\minidump
I have a Dell Latitude CPI-A series laptop. I am locked out the screen says. This computer system (number) is protected by a password authentication system. You cannot access the data on this machine without the password, then the system shuts off.
I tried to reload, the O.S, and tried to boot from a prompt, can get to that.
Can you help?
So the problem is quite simple and yet very strange Every time I turn off my PC it wont turn on again until I press reset CMOS button on the motherboard What WILL happen before I decide to press the button is this I press power button PSU turns on for half reset up after Boots only PC CMOS a second Some PC Boots up only after CMOS reset click sound happens PC turns off The whole process is repeated infinitely The computer is about years old and PC Boots up only after CMOS reset this problem hasnt occured before Also I didnt make any changes prior to this problem note after I press reset cmos button the pc works perfectly once is boots up I can if I want to make changes to bios even and it will work It only has problem to turn on from quot powered off quot position note I will add detailed specs if needed but I really dont think its neccessary note I dont make any changes to bios after I reset it using the button nbsp
The power supply might be failing...
I need to go to CMOS BIOS there and they prompt me password
I can't remember the password anymore and i try to disable it but didn't manage
to get it reset.. anyone know how can i reset the passwrord ?
I open the casing and take out the battery, small point for cmos aslo cannot..
any way to get it bypass ?
PLs Help !!
Leave the battery out for a while or sometimes there is a jumper to reset the cmos. Read your computer or motherboard manual to find the jumper.
You can't just pull the battery out and put it back in right away. Leave it out for a bit.
I Have an old Compaq, it has a 900 MHz p3. I was upgrading the ram when I saw the Jumper reset, I moved the prongs to reset and started the computer. The computer went to the Compaq screen and checked the Ram, shutdown and restarted to check again and it kept repeating. I moved the jumper back to normal operating and the computer won't start. THe fan will start and the processor will run but nothing happens. THe computer will not stay off unless I unplug it. Please help. I'm have win 2000 pro.
Unplug the computer. Remove the battery usually located near the jumper. Move the jumper back to reset and leave there for 15-20 seconds. Put the jumper back to normal and replace the battery. Plug in and reboot.
Cmos Reset Expert (No video)
I fear my new montherboard has turned me into a CMOS jumper moving expert.
I get no video at all. The CRT monitor doesn't make that good noise it should when the PC powers on.
It takes 20 seconds for the monitor to make the good noise. (when it makes it at all)
So, um, suggestions?
I go all my parts from newegg, and the specs are as follows.
EVGA 256-P2-N615-TX GeForce 7600GT 256MB GDDR3 PCI Express x16 Video Card - Retail
A-DATA 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model ADQVE1A16K - Retail
Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 Conroe 1.86GHz LGA 775 Processor Model BX80557E6300 - Retail
MB ECS NFORCE 570 SLIT-A V5.1 775 - Retail
POWER SUPPLY CMAX500W CR-550B BKRT - Retail
CASE ANTEC|P180B BLACK RT - Retail
have you installed all your motherboard and video card drivers?
My rp5700 needs to have the bios upgraded to upgrade the 5700. The instructions in the manual on page 2 say:remove the power cord from the unit, move the reset jumper from pins 1 and 2 to pins 2 and 3. Leave for approx. 3 to 5 seconds. then replace jumper back on pins 1 and 2. apply power an hit F10. ,,,,,,,,,, The machine still has a password on CMOS The factory procedure does not work. Is there a backdoor password to gain access? or what?
3-5 seconds? Not enough. Try popping out the CMOS battery (little CR2032 cell) while jumping the pins and leave it be for 10 minutes or longer. Then pop the battery back in, replace the jumper, and it should work.
I don't run HP, I just like helping others!FX6300 / Biostar TA970 / 8GB ADATA DDR3 / MSI HD 7950 / Corsair RM850 / Sandisk U110 250GB SSD and 2x WD Velociraptors 300GB / Antec 1100 V2 / NZXT Respire T40
Hi all, can anyone tell how to reset my CMOS to factory defaults? My laptop (Compaq Presario V4000) is dead, power led lights come on but no POST, I am getting the BSOD (black screen of death). I verified for a faulty RAM but they ok, in fact if I try to power without them gives me the beeps of not having RAM. Now i need to reset the CMOS but do not know how, found the RTC Battery and removed it for a while, but that did not work. Looking to see if there are any jumper to short out to reset the bios like on regular motherboards but do not see anything. Thank in advance.
There's a disassemble guide here: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c00530488.pdf
Actually you can find all info about your HP here: http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic100655.html
Including live (free) chat with HP
You can also read the Tutorial: No POST (Power On Self Test) guide
Here is my first post from the new kid on the block. I hope that I maybe able to help someone as well as being helped. I always thought I was good at fixing things, but the laptop Satellite A65 has brought tears to my eyes. The bios password has been lost and I can't find anything on the motherboard to reset the CMOS. Can anyone help ?
Hi Buck and welcome to the TS Forum :wave:
I have a link here it may be of help.
I have Toshiba Satellite Laptop that has a Miami 10 motherboard. I found the CMOS battery through watching a video on YouTube. I cannot find anything on this motherboard that says CMOS reset. Can someone please help me? I'd really appreciate it.
Hi, tipically laptops do not have a reset button forsay more like pins you jump. but taking the cmos battery out for a while should do the same thing. why do you need to do a cmos reset?http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/finding-the-reset-cmos-jumper-895274.html
I purchased a used HP ProBook 6440b that had a password set for access the bios or cmos. I would like to clear or reset this password. I installed .NET Framework and then some of the HP ProtectTools and all that accomplished to change the password for the Owner/User access not the Admin password to setup and it seems to have set a password for starting up Windows 7 64 bit Professional even after a reinstall of the OS. There are no error messages - after attempting to enter 3 times, i think, a messages says to hit the power button.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/clear-or-reset-cmos-password/td-p/5779329
Hey. Last night, my CMOS reset itself RIGHT AFTER the computer turned itself off. The computer is about two years old, and I suspect the BIOS battery is dying, but usually they don't die for something like six years, right?
This is my first computer listed in my specs thing.
Additionally, I had a bluescreen today that said PAGE_IN_UNPAGED_LOCATION or something like that. Any ideas? This has been going on for a few weeks and its very worrying!
keep getting a POST 7A and 7F codes. and it stalls out...so I reset the CMOS and about every third time she'll boot up.
also I keep getting IRQL BSOD within the past 2 days. and another Driver_IRQL that has something to do with USBOHCI.sys
I have no clue if these are related...
the 7A code says Detect & Install co-processor WTF???
AMD 3200+ Winchester (XP-90 cooler w/Panaflo 92mm)
ABIT AN8 (vanilla)
Corsair 2X512 PC3200 (2.5-3-3-8) @ 200 MHz
eVGA 6800 GT (stock cooling)
OCZ ModStream 450 Power Supply
Thermaltake Tsunami Dream Case
Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS
ViewSonic G19v Monitor and also an older Gateway 17 incher
Idle 37C Load 49C
old temps Idle 46C Load 57C
no one has any thoughts?
i replaced the cmos battery on a pc with a bad onboard graphics card and now the pci graphics card is not working, when i turn on the pc i get no signal to the to the monitor, so now i cant even access the bios, is there anything i can do? any reply's would be appreciated
I have a Toshiba laptop which decided to setup a bios-password , for who knows why..
After many scratches (both on the laptop and on my hands) I managed to disassemble the laptop, to remove the cmos battery.
Now I can see the cmos battery soldered into the laptop. 2 small wires that are connected to the +ve and negative sides of the battery are soldered to the mobo.
Is there an alternative to unsoldering the battery. I don't have any experience with soldering and would like to try safer alternatives, if any, before I have to try unsoldering. Is it possible to shot the battery or do something else that would reset the bios?
Oh and I have searched like crazy for 'software' solutions and master passwords but can't find anything that worked.
Laptop -Toshiba satellite a135-s2276
Cut the wires, then reconnect them later... even if you have to insert a length of wire... but learn to solder asap.
Hey guys I recently attempted a CPU upgrade from an CMOS slows Computer? Reset down AMD Athlon X both cores run at Ghz to an AMD Phenom processor That was unsuccessful as I had an AM socket which it supported but the motherboard didn t seem to support it maybe because it s a motherboard designed for a HP computer When I turned it on the CMOS Reset slows down Computer? fans would operate but nothing else seemed to power on No video output on the monitor During the attempted upgrade I got a suggestion that resetting the BIOS by taking out the CMOS battery for a while then putting it back in could possibly make my comp recognize the new CPU That didn t work so I just decided to switch back to my old CPU until I could sort things out Now I notice that my computer runs notably slower that it did before I attempted an upgrade Maybe the computer doesn t automatically configure everything after a BIOS reset Something to do with changing the clock speed Could someone give me a possible answer nbsp
I have what I believe is a very simple question. I was messing around with BIOS settings when trying to fix another issue, and now my desktop won't post. Please guide me through the steps necessary to reset the CMOS on my system board. I've tried to reset it a few times, and it hasn't worked yet, so I'm clearly doing something wrong.https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-E-H-K-M-Q-Y-and-ErazerX/Erazer-x315-reset-CMOS/td-p/3354300
Hi all First I have an OEM Dell XPS Mfg Date July nbsp Specs here I have been having issues installing a new GPU and after some digging around on the internet I decided to attempt to reset my BIOS CMOS First I tried to remove the CMOS battery wait and replace the CMOS battery That didn t fix my original issue so I attempted to move the jumper pins around I made a huge mistake and don t remember what the default jumper-pin settings Reset unresponsive - CMOS Keyboard were However I tweaked it around and figured out a way to configure the pins so that the machine turns on maybe this is the right way My issue now however is that when the machine boots it gets past the Dell splash screen where it gives me options quot F Setup F Boot Options quot After it loads past that my machine gets stuck on Reset CMOS - Keyboard unresponsive a screen quot RTC is reset BIOS Setup Defaults have been loaded Strike the F key to continue F to run the setup utility quot At this screen my machine is completely unresponsive Striking Reset CMOS - Keyboard unresponsive either F or F yields no response My keyboard s lights are on however I cannot dim the lights I normally could Another thing to note is that on the splash screen pressing F or F also yields no response I am extremely frustrated extremely upset and am very grateful for any assistance you all can give Thank you for taking the time to help me out
Sounds like you have that jumper in the wrong place...
See page 129-130 in the manual for correct settngs.
Well the other day, my monitor stopped getting a vga signal...
so i checked the connections and then decided to reset the cmos (changed the 3 pin connector next to the battery, and then back,right?)
Now I get a VGA Signal .. but only the very first boot up screen shows
It shows a big graphical "Syntax"(name of motherboard) and then goes blank, and that's all I see.
What should i do?
Hi everyone at TSF,
I think my processor has been damaged by the heat it produced (60+idle, need to verify this). But anyways, I was ocing the thing to 2.5ghz (which it could do before i noticed all this heat crap). But yesterday, I put the thing at 220fsb, and it locked up. I reset the CMOS jumper, and tried to turn it on. Nothing happened.
Left it overnight, came back in the morning, nothing. It's happened before. I don't know what to do. Any help?
Proc is an Athlon 64 3700 btw.
So you don't get any response at all from powering up? No bleeps or error messages or any kind?
I have an Acer Veriton X490G,with Core i3 cpu,4 gig RAM,running a windows 7 32 bit...now this machine requires the CMOS battery to be reset all the time it to boot. Otherwise it doesn't seem like there's any form of power that's going to the motherboard. How do i go about fixing this?http://community.acer.com/t5/Veriton/CMOS-battery-to-be-reset-for-machine-to-boot/td-p/441314/jump-to/first-unread-message
Hi there,I am currently in a fieldwork in Ghana for my PhD and there is no Lenovo repairs shop here.Last night, I have tried to restart my X1 carbon from sleep mode and unfortunately, it did not restart.The screen stayed balck while the keyboerd and the power led were flashing and only pressing the hard reset button could stop this. After searching along the forum I have found about the CMOS reset button. So I have pressed the hard reset and the CMOS reset button simultaneously for 10 seconds and now the screen stays black and the keyboard led and the fan turns off after 2 or 3 seconds. Can annyone has an idea because I have 15 more days of fieldwork and without a laptop to record my results the rest of my PhD might be really compromised Thank you in advanceGeoffreyhttps://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-X-Series-Laptops/X1-carbon-black-screen-after-CMOS-reset/td-p/3371694
Hi Guys I need some help Yesterday when trying to revive my computer from putting it to sleep the night before it wouldnt display anything on screen and after forcing a shutdown manually it was stuck on a bootloop before POST and so I removed and reseated after Boot Windows CMOS reset up messed 7 the GPU and the CMOS battery which I'd seen as a possible fix This fixed the bootloop but now it wouldnt boot into either Windows Windows 7 Boot messed up after CMOS reset or Server On separate drives which i later found out was because the reset reverted the BIOS into IDE mode instead of AHCI But by that point I had messed around with the Windows BCD so now it only gets as far as the windows boot animation before restarting How can I fix this I have disconnected all other drives except the C drive and USBs one containing the Windows Repair disk the other containing Hirens Boot CD I've tried using system repair upto times still wont work One thing I have noticed during the system repair after the nd attempt looking through the details of the repair it stated that there was no issue and the OS booted successfully stating quot Boot status indicated that the OS booted successfully quot however on the rd try it brought up some fix on system integrity Code Root cause found ------------------------------- Unspecified changes to system configuration might have caused the problem Repair action System files integrity check and repair Result Failed Error code x Time Taken ms ----------------------- ------------------------ Could this be part of the issue Any help appreciated thankshttp://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/395039-windows-7-boot-messed-up-after-cmos-reset.html
so my thinkcentre M57 6072 is acting strange. so when i turn it on, the fan spins and a very fast speed and nothing apperears on the screen. what do i do?
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I suggest you try replacing the CMOS battery.https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkCentre-A-E-M-S-Series/M57-fan-running-fast-and-no-display-CMOS-reset/td-p/3368115
My 1st laptop , gave VISTA a week to settle down. Played with it for almost 2 days. Set the HDD pswd & Supervisor pswd. Wrote down. Rebted hit F10 to get to boot options, prompted for pswd [don't remeber which one] then prompt for HDD pswd after 3rd try system disabled. gave it & me 2days off. removed Disk. prompt for supervisor no go on 2 trys.
Asking for help before what I assmue will be my last.
With 30+ years experance from the System/360 2065 big iron [The one that put US on the moon] to RS color, Osbore Execitve
I would not be burnned by forgetting a password. I guess it shows I can still get "Out there" when working on new systems & performing my norimal cofigs.
I didn't even activate any Software. Help - Help -
Ok, I see a problem here with your post. Since you "wrote down" the bios password, you should have it. Laptops are not like desktops in that you can clear cmos and remove a bios password; this is done for security.
So in short clearing cmos will not solve your problem.
I have an Acer Veriton X490G,with Core i3 cpu,4 gig RAM,running a windows 7 32 bit...now this machine requires the CMOS battery to be reset all the time it to boot. Otherwise it doesn't seem like there's any form of power that's going to the motherboard. How do i go about fixing this?http://community.acer.com/t5/Veriton/CMOS-battery-to-be-reset-for-machine-to-boot/td-p/441314
Anyone know how to build a CMOS reset switch that can be installed onto the front (or back) panel of a computer? I'm sick of opening it up and switching the jumper when I overclock my computer too much.
CMOS reset is either a 2 or 3 pin connector on the motherboard.
If yours is one with three pins, you'll need a switch to change between 'normal' and 'reset'.
If yours is one with two pins, you can use any normal case button or a jumper with two long wires soldered to it. If you wanted to reset it you would just make the two wires touch each other.
I recently reset my CMOS. What I noticed after I restarted my computer was that all my default fonts for all my applications had changed. For example, in Firefox, everything would be bolded when they weren't originally. And, in some other programs, like AIM, my whole buddy list would be italicized. I don't know why this happened and how to set it back to normal. Anyone have any ideas? Thank you.
Clearing the CMOS just resets all bios settings to default. It shouldn't have messed up your fonts =/http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/180342/cmos-reset-system-default-fonts/
Hi everyone, I forgot my computer startup password. And I have already tried shorting the jumpers next to battery, removing the jumper restarting/shutdown etc etc, but still not able to reset my password. Please help!! thankshttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/How-to-reset-my-Omni-120-2140a-all-in-one-startup-CMOS/td-p/5612861
Can someone help me, I need to reset a bios setup password
Good luck, Dell laptops incorporate a special seperate security chip to prevent people from bypassing bios set up passowrd. the chip is not affected by the cmos being reset or cmos clearing programs. your best bet is to contact dell.
Hey guys i recently joined this forum to try and figure out if i can solve my problem with my system So sorry its a long story heh wont always stable bootup Cmos and on run reset This comptuer is a little over years old To start off here are the specs Asus a n sli-deluxe motherboard new castle cpu crucial ballistix x gb PC ram eVga GTS mb video card Western Digital raptor gb k rpm antec true psu Ok this randomly happened one day I tried to press the on button and start up my machine Cmos always reset on bootup and wont run stable but it just wouldnt start Everything got power but no beeps or anything and would just sit there I turned off the power switch in the back of the PSU and turned it back on and booted fine BUT it said that my CMOS has been reset press f to continue So i m like thats weird and disregarded it I used the pc like normal and i started to get random blue screens of death and my system would crash At first i thought it was the cmos battery dying or something like that so i went to radio shack and picked one up and stuck it in but same problem The thing is even if windows doesnt crash and i choose to quot restart quot or quot turn off quot my system it would not turn off Windows would shut down fine but everything in my case is stilled powered up forcing me to manually shut down my computer When i do so and try to start it back up same problem happens the cmos has been reset So basically everytime i turn on the system the cmos gets reset and i HAVE to turn off and on the power switch in the back of the psu everytime i want to start my system up I started thinking that maybe it was a messed up driver or something along those lines so i formatted my harddrive and tried to reinstall windows but the same problems i had prior to formatting was occuring once again I have tried different video cards and different hard drives but the same problems were still occuring Asus sent me different bios chips and that did not solve the problem either I have tried actually resseting the cmos myself and that did not work I also tried replacing the PSU thinking the system wasnt getting enough juice but that didnt not help I then thought it was my motherboard so i sent it into asus for rma but when they returned it to me they said nothing was wrong with it I am beginning to think perhaps my CPU is dying or both the sticks of ram are faulty in some way I have been agrivating over this for about half a year now but never really had time to solve it all the way I feel like ive tried almost everything but nothing solution works Any ideas on whats going on any help would be GREATLY appreciated Thanks again guys Edited by kisarci AM nbsp
Athlon 64 processor 3000+
When I boot the 'plutor it runs through the black screen then stops -
I then have to press F1 to continue the boot. Get message " please be resetting CPU frequency in CMOS set up. press F1 to continue. System now in safe mode". or similar!
I was told that this could be the CMOS battery simply needs changing but I am not so sure. Before I start pulling things apart is there any advice - ?
Machine runs fine it is just a pain sometimes as when I power it up I have to stay with it and wait for the prompt to press F1.
Any simple fix? If not I will put up with it.
Replace the battery. It will cost something like 1-2 quid, and is just a simple operation of pulling the battery out, going to some store, showing it and saying that you need a new one, then putting the new one in.
Round silver, medium coin size.
This morning I posted the following message I replaced the mother board on my white box I replaced a motherboard, I still Reset CMOS; Please cycles PC help. New cannot and boot. Intel d m with a new d emv board When I startup the PC New motherboard, Reset CMOS; PC still cycles and I cannot boot. Please help. the computer cycles through the Intel Pentium screen shot to No Input and then to my selection of either startup in safe mode safe mode with networking last know good config etc However still cannot boot I went into BIOS but cannot adjust the setting It is greyed out from what it is says is a Gig processor to the acutal processor of Ghz I received the following response Clear CMOS and see if you can get into BIOS and make the necessary changes Anytime you change motherboard unless it s replaced by an identical one it is always necessary to do a clean install of New motherboard, Reset CMOS; PC still cycles and I cannot boot. Please help. Windows XP I then posted a second message Apparently I didn t have it threaded correctly Thanks Firah However I am still having problems I followed the instructions I found at quot http www dewassoc com support bios bios password htm quot but everything still does not work As instructed I switched jumpers and removed the battery At bootup it says that I still have a Ghz processor and it is a Ghz processor I still cannot make changes it is still greyed out This time however it did allow me install a CD The HD has Windows XP professional and I only have a Windows professional CD--do you think this is the issue Anyway it would not boot from the CD it just went back into the cycle I explained earlier I would have expected it go into the W K installation anyway Please let me know if you can help Thanks again Eddie Can someone please advise me as to my next steps Thanks Eddie nbsp
Hi all i have problem with my computer its 2 months old and now i reseted CMOS from the jumper.
All lights and fans start up but BIOS is not posting and no picture is coming to screen
Gigabyte 760gtx OC 4gb
8gb Kingston 1600 MHz
Asus m5a97 2.0
600w LC power psu
I have tried with 1 ram stick and yesterday I ran memtest86 about 16h with no errors so its not ram.
I tried GPU on different slot.
Removed all devices from PC.
Checked that all connections are firmly attached.
Is there possibility that CPU would be dead because I ran prime95
and almost in 1 min I got bsod and I have getting these bsods for almost month (Bsod 0x8000000000000002 on idle)
How to update BIOS for ASUS M5A97 R2.0:
Installed BIOS Version (1903)
Current BIOS Version (2201)
HelloHow 2 reset "cmos bios" password on HP Omni 120-1106er Desktop PC (all in one) Info i tried this "jumper located close to the memory modules" not fore the bios, I suppose. jumper next to the cmos batarey dont have # on pins. " " My MB pic1 pic2
http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docLocale=en_US&docId=emr_na-c02993109 Resetting BIOS passwordUse the following procedure to reset the BIOS password:Power off the computer.Note the location and orientation of the CMOS/Password jumper, as it will be placed back into the same position.Figure 4: Leon motherboard CMOS/Password jumpersRemove the CMOS/Password jumper from the motherboard.Power on the computer.Power off the computer.Return CMOS/Password jumper to its original position.Power on the computer, and immediately press F10. The BIOS password has been cleared Not helpful !http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/HP-Omni-120-1106er-cmos-bios-Password-Reset/td-p/5124223
I have a Qosmio F50-10Z and as prompted by toshiba I downloaded the Bios update and began to install.
My screensaver came on and the whole thing crashed.
Would not turn off (even after holding down power button for 15 secs).
Took battery out and then put it back in. Computer powers on but screen is blank and won't boot up.
Tried to take it apart to flash the bios by taking out rtc/cmos battery (whatever it's called) but can't find the battery and got to the point where I wasn't willing to take it apart any further (has no-one else ever taken one apart?
Couldn't find information or diagram or photo of where the battery was on net...manual for laptop really unhelpful)
Have found comments about crisis disks but I don't know what this means.
So, how to I reset bios?
Please help - you are my only hope.
So, now I've located the rtc/cmos battery (turns out it's rechargeable so explains why not easily located) removed it, soldiered it back on in a more accessible place - still did not reset BIOS.
Or else, that wasn't the problem in the first place.
Any ideas? Perhaps if anyone knows where the CMOS jumper is located that might help?
I was given a not working 390. The previous owner's 'friend' tried to fix it and might have moved some jumpers. Reading the manual and searching dell site I cant determine were the jumpers should be. I want to know that they are in the proper positions. Is this info available? I found this (www.dell.com/.../SLN284985), but section two totally confuses me. It sounds like the jumper is being moved from the PSWD connector to the RTCRST connector, without saying which of the 3 pins to connect. However, the picture below shows both connectors having jumpers. Note that I already reset the bios by removing the battery. So, that is not what Im trying to do here.
Hello everyone--I just put together a computer on initial startup--dead battery??? to had reset cmos and when I turned it on for the first time i had to reset the cmos for anything to happen--other than the fans running Installing the os was a nightmare because it would never reboot unless I cleared cmos This is a TS from Biostar and a amd x There is a pci firewire addon card and no video card--there are sata wd gb hard drives and i did not set master slave---did i have to with them being sata antec case with watt ps I have never heard any beeps There are also gigs x gb of patriot memory in it now I tried only x gb of crucial v and problem was still had to reset cmos on initial startup--dead battery??? there--I also tried with x g of Patriot--no go The memory is in good I have had to reset cmos on initial startup--dead battery??? had to clear cmos a lot but have not removed the battery---it has clips holding it in Is that normal could i get some help with this--it is not my first build but my first problem Does The fact that I had to clear cmos on initial start up to get it to post mean the battery is dead The winxp pro bit os in installed but it was a nightmare I have not updated the bios mostly because had to reset cmos on initial startup--dead battery??? it did not start up right the first time so while the bios update will help some thing i don t feel this is caused by an old bios Thanks for any help nbsp
I think I posted this in the wrong forum I reposted in Hardware forum--you can delete this
Hello, I disabled the On-Board PCI on the BIOS and since than my screen is black but it seems like it start normaly I dont know how to reset the bios, is there a CMOS battery on the Motherboard or is there a other way to solution? Thank you! ( sorry for my bad english)
I don't have a solution. But I would like to inquire how you disable the pci in bios. Thanks.https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-P-Y-and-Z-series/Z500-CMOS-Bios-reset-Blank-screen/td-p/1473124
If there is an Event Viewer category that records each time I reset my CMOS settings in my BIOS setup as I log in, I don't know what to call it. Perhaps it makes no sense to look for it as a Windows event since it happens before the operating system is loaded.
I'm troubleshooting and I'd like to know the system clock time for a reset I may have done on 5/21/14. I have a digital photo of a reset screen with a BIOS time reading of 16:35:18. I'd like to know if I ran one more reset in the previous 5 minutes. Is there a system record of this somewhere?
Quote: Originally Posted by baumgrenze
... Perhaps it makes no sense to look for it as a Windows event since it happens before the operating system is loaded....
You are correct... there will not be a BIOS reset entry in the OS logs.
Look around in the BIOS interface for BIOS logs.
I was given a not working dell optiplex 390. The previous owner's 'friend' tried to fix it and might have moved some jumpers. Reading the manual and searching dell site I cant determine were the jumpers should be. I want to know that they are in the proper positions. Is this info available? I found this (How to Perform a BIOS or CMOS Reset and/or Clear the NVRAM on your Dell System | Dell US), but section two totally confuses me. It sounds like the jumper is being moved from the PSWD connector to the RTCRST connector, without saying which of the 3 pins to connect. However, the picture below shows both connectors having jumpers. Note that I already reset the bios by removing the battery. So, that is not what Im trying to do here.
BEFORE I start I will mention that boot mode is set at LEGACY so I should have usb boot function The laptop is an Inspiron Hello I m at my wits end trying to reset the BIOS and or CMOS on my girlfriends laptop so that I can resolve a virus problem by running dban drive wiper nbsp My girlfriend let her kid use this laptop to play some games and CMOS Reset 3521 and BIOS Laptop Inspiron for she tried to install a mod of some sort and the mod highjacked and created partitions reassigned boot drives created false windows files and maybe altered the BIOS CMOS nbsp No bootable rescue drive of any kind has been able to get past startup EXCEPT a Windows install thumb drive nbsp Repair didn t work re-install didn t work but I could Reset BIOS and CMOS for Inspiron 3521 Laptop get to to a command line to attack with DISKPART nbsp Nothing I could do would alter the new partitions supremacy so I wiped it nbsp Now I can t even get to that command line windows thinks it s stuck in the middle of Reset BIOS and CMOS for Inspiron 3521 Laptop a new install and it recognized two versions of on the drive I want to reset the BIOS and CMOS so I can get usb boot function and wipe the drive nbsp Any ideas would help nbsp As this is the third time I ve had to nuke and boot this laptop due to virus from quot game mods quot my frustration is cranked up to nbsp Kids Thanks for any helphttp://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19980062
Hello all I messed up my system and am now relying on your good graces to get it functioning again I ve been tearing my hair out over it all morning I ll describe the problem from the Windows problems Solved: and start won't after 7 CMOS reset other beginning My GPU is an Nvidia ti It and the rest of my system custom built Solved: Windows 7 won't start after CMOS reset and other problems had been running fine When I moved to my new apartment and took it with me instead of plugging the DVI cable into the video card I plugged it into the motherboard s DVI output I ve been living in the apartment for about weeks and hadn t noticed the error Solved: Windows 7 won't start after CMOS reset and other problems because I hadn t been gaming or performing any GPU intensive tasks but when I tried playing a game my rig usually cruises with I was getting fps That s when I noticed that my cable was plugged into the wrong spot Happily I plugged the cable into the ti thinking my problems would be resolved Nope No post Monitor Solved: Windows 7 won't start after CMOS reset and other problems wasn t recognizing it only the onboard graphics I tried installing new drivers from Nvidia didn t detect tried disabling onboard graphics and restarting now monitor was recognizing nothing Fortunately I had a vga cable handy which I plugged into the onboard and which the monitor recognized I went into BIOS to fiddle around and see if I could do anything but it was Asrock s UEFI interface whatever that means Couldn t find anything about PCI-e so it seemed like mobo wasn t detecting GPU either I got the idea that if I reset CMOS that maybe the mobo would recognize the video card again and I could go from there Now that I reset CMOS Windows won t start It keeps sending me to start up repair That s not working and neither is System restore I tried to clear the CMOS again to no avail I thought that maybe the mobo had found the card again and it wasn t jiving with Windows so I tried taking out the card and booting up Same problem Any ideas Not only is my video card not working now I can t even get to the login screen I m just frustrated and tired right now I wish I had someone knowledgeable about this kind of stuff that I could just invite over for dinner and who d instantly fix my computer Google has not been my friend today Apologies in advance if this question has already been answered I tried searching the forums already but nothing turned up nbsp
Hello everyone--I just put together a computer and when I turned it on for the first time i had to reset the cmos for anything to happen--other than the fans running Installing the os was a had battery??? reset to initial cmos on startup--dead nightmare because it would never reboot unless I cleared cmos This is a TF from Biostar and a amd x There is a pci firewire addon card and no video card--there are sata wd gb hard drives and i did not set master slave---did i have to with them being sata antec case with watt ps I have never heard any beeps There are also gigs x gb of patriot memory in it now I tried only x gb of crucial v and problem was still there--I also tried with x g of Patriot--no go The memory is in good I have had to clear cmos a lot but have not removed the battery---it has clips holding it in Is that normal could i get some help with this--it is not my first build but my first problem Does The fact that I had to clear cmos on initial start up to get it to post mean the battery is dead The winxp pro bit os in installed but it was a nightmare I have not updated the bios mostly because it did not start up right the first time so while the bios update will help some thing i don t feel this is caused by an old bios Thanks for any help Last edited by joneq -May- PM nbsp
Hi everybody '
First I 'd like to let you known that I'm not really good in English so please forgive if I have any mistakes.
I really need anybody's help, I have a Dell Inspiron 1000, I was tried to reinstall the windows, but I need to log on in Bios first to change the setting, but the laptop have a password, after I tried many times laptop was locked and It had one more password.How can I reset Bios password ang specially is the other password after I passed bios. SO anybody know how to do it, please help me, I'm really appriciate for all your help.
I have moved this to the Mobile Computing forum. Hopefully you get a little more visibility here, and get better answers.
You might try reading the link at the top of this forum Dell BIOS Password Removal
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Hi on cmos Dv6700 reset laptop power after wont recieved this laptop with it turning on with only black screen Power leds were on along with the quick play and battery lights Fan was running No show on external monitor Removed Dv6700 laptop wont power on after cmos reset battery and wireless card Hooked it back up to AC power and it booted up all the way Problem was when it went in sleep mode Dv6700 laptop wont power on after cmos reset it wouldnt respond Had to remove battery and AC power then reconnect them to get it back on Decided to do the reset thing Removed battery cmos battery and AC power then held down power button for seconds After that i left it alone for about an hour Replaced all the batteries and connected it back to AC power and now nothing No response at all No power lights except for the blue ring at the dc jack Battery light comes on for about minutes then goes out No fan or hard drive spin What happened How did reseting the cmos and static discharge proceedure make it do this Im lost Any ideas Thanks nbsp
Yeah I had the same problem. I Don't know u laptop or desktop model, but exist a Crisis Recovery Disk.
If you put your model maybe can extend the information about.
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Hi support guy forum users,
Quick, question: I recently ran across scenario with a friend. His computer, during operation, randomly shuts off and the cmos resets back to factory default.
CPU: AMD 1700 XP
MOBO: Elitegroup (ECS) K7S5A
RAM: 2.0 gig
HDD: Maxtor 80 gig w/ 8mb cache
PSU: Antec True Power 400 Watt
The only testing I performed was taking it home and set it for full operation for 3 days as a mini file server. There was no problem, seem to be only happening in his area. Could it be an outlet problem or should I just switch the PSU? Any suggestions or comments are greatly appreciated. Thank you very much!
As far as the CMOS reverting back to the factory defaults, it sounds like the Battery may be going dead on the motherboard. I would look into getting a replacement.
The randomly shutting of could be a multitude of things, although with it running fine at your place, I'm leaning towards a power problem, not with the PSU but with the actual power feeding the unit. It sounds like the power is spiking high or sags low... whenever it sags low it is shutting down the machine. I I would suggest a UPS (universal Power supply) also known as a battery backup... a small one would condition the power enough to regulate all of the spikes and sags.
Ive been having some problems recently installing win7 as a complete fresh install ( formatting HD and all that )
The short story is that it gets as fas as rebooting first time, starting services and then a black screen nothing more.
Everything is pointing to a problem with the graphics/video card and after some searching on here i found that i could reset the Cmos using a jumper on the 2 pins marked which i found easily and followed instructions. Now when i switch on the pc the monitor comes up with a little box saying can't find signal going to sleep.
Ahhhhhhhhh!!! What a nightmare!!!
What can i do seeing as my motherboard has no onboard graphics and the monitor uses the graphics card to connect via adapter.
Thanks for your time,
When you reset the CMOS it returns all the BIOS settings to the default settings, so you will need to enter the motherboard set up & reset all the Hard Drive & other settings as they were before you reset the CMOS. Also you will need to reset the time & date.
I assume that you returned the jumper to the original pins after you did the reset.
The bios of my notebook (Pavilion dv7 6163cl) blocked by password, and I never put password. Could help me solve?
Enter wrong password 3 times or simply leave blank and hit Enter 3 times. You should get a halt code. Post that code here.https://bios-pw.org/http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Unlock-reset-BIOS-CMOS-password-for-HP-DV7-6163cl/td-p/5825521
I just came back from college and my computer has been packed away in the closet for over 3 months. I plugged everything in today, and upon pressing the power button, the fans spin up and stay on, but the computer doesn't do anything more.
On the back of the computer, a red light that says CLR CMOS is on. The power LED's in the front are not on.
Also, it's an ASrock p67 extreme 4 mobo
Looking inside, their is a code that is displayed on the mobo "A3" and the Power and Reset lights are also lit up
Any help would be appreciated!
HELP Computer won t boot Tried everything Ok so this is my set up DDR mb Ram Asus A N X-X motherboard sapphire radeon xt mb GFX amd athlon cpu ghz gb HD just some cheap one- i forget brand perhaps seagate edit a floppy In BIOS? HELP! won't HELP! Computer Reset CMOS Outed Battery? it. it. and boot! and dvd burning drive Ok and the problem is I installed a ripped off ty version of XP Never really worked splendidly I changed somehting in the bios i had no idea what it was i m stupid for doing so i realise it was something to HELP! Computer won't boot! BIOS? Reset it. CMOS Battery? In and Outed it. HELP! do with speed it was at about mhz and i changed it to mhz also note i had the quot bios virus alert thing quot ON the next few boots were dodgy and it only HELP! Computer won't boot! BIOS? Reset it. CMOS Battery? In and Outed it. HELP! booted up every second or third attempt if it didnt boot up it wouldnt boot and just went beep long beeps and repeated -in no code this worked for boots before it never booted again it just beeped until i moved the jumpers on the pins from the two pins closest to the battery position to the furthest two and turned HELP! Computer won't boot! BIOS? Reset it. CMOS Battery? In and Outed it. HELP! the pc on it didnt beep the monitor didnt respond and but it seemed to be turned on the cpu fan was going and a green LED on the mobo was on i then turned the power off and stuck the jumper back on the original pins and turned it back on hoping the BIOS would be reset but the beeping sequence continued and nothing seemed to start So then i took out the battery for over half an hour then put it back in with the jumper still on the original pins- nb the comp power was off it booted - well it half booted i mean the LED was on on the mobo and the cpu fan was running but it never boot nb no beeps now either - that is my current situation has my mobo been toasted is it my sweet as gfx card lt whats up the ram Help list suggestions and steps on how to do them like a guide-by-guide for newbs like me P S edit do you think a system repair or flash bios would work THANKS IF YOU READ IT ALL nbsp
The Athlon XP 2600 that runs at 1917MHz runs on an FSB of 166MHz and has a clock multiplier of 11.5 (166 X 11.5 = 1909Mhz).
So if you have a system bus setting of 200MHz and the clock multiplier is set a 11.5, you were running it at 2300MHz, which is seriously overclocking it.
The processor might not have been up to that much overclocking and died.
Find out what BIOS settings do before you change them!
Well My Dell Dimension c521 started having that Solid amber light issue and so I started testing and everything works as it should however I stil get the solid amber. So I set the PSU switch to off and put the Cmos jumper on reset and push the PSU switch to on and Success! the pc started and ran normally for hours. However every time I turn the PC off In order to restart it I have to reset the CMOS which annoys me because I lose all my settings and My Graphics drivers get resetted back to that Standard VGA Graphics driver from Microsoft. Any Ideas? It all started when I removed and re installed my Proccesor.
Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit
4GB DDR2 SDRAM
AMD Ahtlon 64 x2 5000+ 2.6 Ghz
I am very very frustrated since I waited a while to get this motherboard from china. My last DFI board randomly died on me and I ordered this as a replacement because I wanted a decent 775 board. I worked on it all night tonight and despite it reading all the hardware... it will not boot unless I reset the cmos every time. On top of that... I can not get the bios to update... it doesn't read any of the 5 usb drives I tried (fat/fat32). Also I tend to get this grey screen when trying to flash it sometimes. I am beside myself at this point after fussing with it for hours on end and I really need some help.
Sounds like either the BIOS is corrupted or the motherboard battery is a goner.
Have you tried burning the new BIOS to a bootable CD ?
This is only happening about every 10 tenth time I start the computer. When the computer is turned on, a message is displayed (white text and black background) that the "CMOS/GPNV Checksum Bad, CMOS Date/Time Note Set, Press <F4> to Run SETUP".
Windows XP is started and the time for the computer is set to January 1, 2002 01:00AM. I can manually change the date/time in Windows to the correct time. However, this is happening only occasionally. How can I prevent this from happening?
I have ran anti-virus scan and no viruses were found. Also, downloaded the latest version of Adaware and Spybot Search & Destroy and scanned the computer, nothing was found. Ran Disk Defragmenter and ScanDisk and no errors were found.
I just finished setting up my new to me Z with x E CPUs and gb of ram the ad said gb but it actually had x gb and x gb nbsp nbsp I have done some reaseach on this forum already and I got lucky with the later version of the motherboard I have gb of ram on the way and Z600 me to New plan to explore CPU upgrades New to me Z600 as funds allow nbsp nbsp Couple of things I am wondering about at this point nbsp nbsp The power button LED does not seem to light up I New to me Z600 saw refernce to this issue somewhere and they maybe burnt out Unless there is a BIOS setting I am missing this seems like the only plausable cause The machine seems to work as it should nbsp I am missing the top trim grill and the rear handle I think it was mounted in a rack Its a minnor thing but I'd like to replace if I can I have come up with P N nbsp - is this correct I found one on ebay with a suspect picture does anyone know of any other sources I have searchedhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/New-to-me-Z600/td-p/5788493
Hello , Maybe its a stupid question I recieved a Z600 desktop pc .2x Intel® Xeon® Processor E5606 4C 2.13 GHz, 80W, 8M cache,4.80 GT/s QPI, DDR3 1066MHzQuadro 4000And 8 gb ram I know i will not be able to run the latest games with those specs . But what if i would install for example 2x x5570 toghether with gpu gtx 750 or 760. Would i be able to play games like dark souls 3 , battlefield 4 , .... Is it still worth to put some little money in it , max 150euro ? Its just that i watched this video on youtube and he is able to play the witcher 3 ultra settings .https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LfW366E9fw
That is still a great workstation, and you can upgrade it nicely. Read this entire thread, and be happy you have been gifted a "revision 1" motherboard that has higher capabilities than the original motherboard. Link is here. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/CPU-Upgrades/td-p/5... Google Z600 QuickSpecs, and the top one will be about version 7 but the next one will be about version 51. Those reflect the original versus revision 1 motherboard. The SSD I recommended in the above thread is the one to get. A fresh W7Pro64 is the way to go. You can upgrade processors, but if the Max TDP for the one(s) you want is over 95W then you need to make sure you have a "Perfomance" heatsink/fan over it. The search bar in this forum directs to this forum only. You'll need to spend some time. Note that you should only install a processor from the list in the QuickSpecs later versions to max out your performance, though you can use the older ones too. These are still new enough and in demand..... two fastest "revision 1" category processors will not be cheap even used off eBay.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600/td-p/5590293
Hello nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp I have a HP Z and love the machine nbsp It currently has nbsp nbsp Dual Xeon E Ghz nbsp Processors can HP V1.0 I Z600 Mobo do? with What - GB Ram nbsp Evga Geforce SC nbsp Lately I have been gaming a little on the machine because of the HP Z600 - with V1.0 Mobo What can I do? card I have installed nbsp However I am noticing slight performance issues with the machine nbsp I am assuming the processors at this point nbsp DUe HP Z600 - with V1.0 Mobo What can I do? to the fact all spec testing coming back and saying the processors are the minimum requirement's nbsp for allot nbsp of the games nbsp BF GTA Doom nbsp Don't get me wrong nbsp Doom plays amazing on this machine on nightmare ultra settings on a screen nbsp However there is some slight shuttering and hiccups here and there nbsp I have read so many different answers to this question and hope I can get a more direct answer nbsp With a Z V HP Z600 - with V1.0 Mobo What can I do? motherboard what are my faster Xeon processor options nbsp nbsp I would like an X however my understanding is that may not be a possibility nbsp with my older MB I have something like V bios software installed nbsp Or am I looking at a processor like the X nbsp nbsp Thank you for the input nbsp nbsp nbsphttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/HP-Z600-with-V1-0-Mobo-What-can-I-do/td-p/5769174
Hi everyone nbsp I've got a couple questions im not a very tech savy person so I tried to research as C2 for Z600 Upgrade much as I could nbsp st Question nbsp I would like to upgrade my z ram to gb which I read is the max amount of ram I can have also read that needs to be ECC Registered memory so I found this and I would like to know if it's the right option nbsp http www ebay com itm Server-RAM- GB- x- GB-PC - R-ECC-Registered- MHz- - v- Upgrade for Z600 C2 pin-Memory- nbsp nd Question nbsp Im interested in getting an USB pcie card but since this computer has been out for quite a long time im not sure if the card is compatible as I read thunderbolt cards are not compatible so this is the next best thing I found nbsp http www ebay com itm nbsp I would really appreciate any help I can get nbsp Thanks in advance and excuse my english not a native speaker
Heya there, this link might answer your 2nd question http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/PCIe-SSD/td-p/55733...http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Upgrade-for-Z600-C2/td-p/5484111
Xin chào. Em có con z600 ver 1.01 không ch?y ???c chíp e5620. Xin anh chi giúp ?? cho em.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600-kh%C3%B4ng-ch%E1%BA%A1y-%C4%91%C6%B0%E1%BB%A3c-E5620/td-p/5663057
i've got a new to me z600 workstation. Looking to upgrade it for video editing. Currently it's running windows XP pro, looking to upgrade that. Currently it has a X5550 chipset( single) 3gb ramCurrently it's running dual 160gb hd's Looking to upgrade the CPU's dual processors, largest possible. and max out ram (24gb) What should I use?Hard drive, looking to install a SSD Any help is appreciated
I am working on a Z600 project right now, so this is timely. You will need to use the search box on this page upper left area, which searches this forum only. 1. First step is to see if you have an original motherboard or the later "revision 1" motherboard. Best way to tell is if you look up the boot block date in BIOS, under the first tab. The boot block date tells you if you have original or revision 1 most easily. 2. Assuming it is the better later motherboard, then you need to find the latest Z600 QuickSpecs.... its in the 50s, maybe 51 or 58. From that you can look at the HP supported processors. Your memory should be the faster 1333 type but most of those processors listed there run slower than that. 3 run at the faster speed which will let your memory run faster too. You can choose from those 3 for the best heavy lifting. Note that the fastest quad core is faster than the fastest hexacore. So, if you want raw speed I'd bet the quad core would serve you well. If you want 12 rather than 8 total cores then go with the fastest hexacore. I use the Noctua thermal paste. We have had good success with used processors off eBay for these types of workstation upgrades. 3. You'll want 2 processors, and you'll want to match to the heatsink/fan you already have. 4. I believe you don't need a "performance" heatsink for 95 watt processor.... the motherboard wants one for processors that are over 95 watts, from my reading. There is a way to spoof a motherboard into thinking it has a performance heatsink attached when it only is a mainstream, by the way. 5. SSDs.... I have been very pleased with the Intel 320 series 300GB SSD that you can get off eBay. We use a lot of those.... rock solid, and the Intel Toolbox is great for tuning it. That workstation is a SATA Gen II one, and HP warns against using SATA Gen III HDDs in those unless they are sourced from HP (assume special HP firmware applied). We have not seen a comment from HP on whether this rule holds also for SSDs, but I am assuming so. Hence, I choose to use that particular SSD, and also have used HP-sourced Gen III SSDs in our SATA Gen II workstations with zero problems. The Intel 320 series SSD is a SATA Gen II drive with enterprise features, and has served us very well. Even used off eBay they almost always have had 100% life left in them. I update their firmware as needed via the Intel Toolbox. 6. We use W7Pro64 mostly, but I have been pleased with the W10Pro64 OS. You can upgrade to W10Pro64 for free at this time, so I have been "W10 activating" all my xw and Z workstations and having that ready for the future, but still mainly running them with W7Pro64. Once your box is W10 activated you can install W10 anytime later. You certainly want a 64 bit OS. 7. You need a second processor to take advantage of the second set of 3 memory slots..... ideally you'll run with 6 x 1GB, 6 x 2GB, or 6 x 4GB. The sweet spot for $/GB is with the 2GB sticks. Having them all the same size gets you a speed benefit too.... Look at official HP sticks for that on eBay and you also can find the same codes from other vendors such as Dell. I consider the HP sticks the best because they have been "binned" for quality. 8. HP just came out with a new BIOS for the Z600. It is best to update BIOS from within BIOS. I have gathered best HP driver sets for W7Pro64 from later HP workstation sources and they load fine on the Z600, but for W10 I've been using what comes from the autoload from MS. 9. I like to add in a quality eSATA backplane adapter to the bottom opening for fast backup and Acronis image captures. I also like to add one of the TI-based HP USB3 cards into the top PCIe slot, and am working on a nice use of that ... Read morehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/z600-upgrades-CPU-HD/td-p/5604870
I have the following HP Z and I want to upgrade the CPU from the Z600 upgrade CPU current Intel Xeon E nbsp to E E or X processors The two basic questions I have nbsp are nbsp Is nbsp that possible If so what exactly do I have to do Implicit in those two questions are nbsp Will the chipsets on the motherboard will support the newer processors Will the current heatsinks for the E CPUs work or will it be necessary to replace them Thanks nbsp Bob nbsp ------------------------------------------------------------- nbsp ComputerModel HP Z Workstation C XSerial Number UA Chassis HP Mini TowerMainboard HP AE Z600 CPU upgrade hSerial Number UA BIOS HP G v NUMA Support Z600 CPU upgrade Unit s Total Memory GB ECC DIMM DDR nbsp Z600 CPU upgrade ProcessorsProcessor Intel R Xeon R CPU nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp E nbsp GHz C GHz GHz GHz IMC x kB L MB L Processor Intel R Xeon R CPU nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp E nbsp GHz C GHz GHz GHz IMC x kB L MB L Socket Slot FC LGA nbsp ChipsetMemory Controller HP Tylersburg- D I O Hub x GHz GHz Memory Controller HP Xeon Nehalem UnCore x GHz GHz x GB ECC DIMM DDR GHz -bitMemory Controller HP Xeon Nehalem UnCore x GHz GHz x GB ECC DIMM DDR GHz -bit nbsp Memory Module s Memory Module Freescale Motorola KSF AZ- G K GB DIMM DDR PC - U DDR - Memory Module Freescale Motorola KSF AZ- G K GB DIMM DDR PC - U DDR - Memory Module Freescale Motorola KSF AZ- G K GB DIMM DDR PC - U DDR - Memory Module Freescale Motorola KSF AZ- G K GB DIMM DDR PC - U DDR - Memory Module Freescale Motorola KSF AZ- G K GB DIMM DDR PC - U DDR - Memory Module Freescale Motorola KSF AZ- G K GB DIMM DDR PC - U DDR - nbsp Video Adapter ASUS R X Series CU SP SM GHz GB DDR GHz -bit PCIe x nbsp Graphics ProcessorOpenCL GP Processor ASUS R X Series SP C GHz GB DDR GHz -bit Compute Shader Processor ASUS R X Series SP C GHz GB DDR GHz -bit nbsp Storage DevicesGB C GB SATA MB Cache GB CWDC WD FAEX- BA TB SATA rpm TB E F G HWDC WD FAEX- BA TB SATA rpm TB D IASUS nbsp nbsp nbsp BW- D HT SATA BD-RE DVD -RW CD-RW MB Cache N A Z nbsp Operating SystemWindows System Microsoft Windows Ultimate Service Pack Platform Compliance x nbsp Solved View Solution
Bob, Correct Prefix of these processors is (x5650, x5660 and X5675) Model No Part No x5650 WG731AA x5660 WG732AA X5675 LB215AA I have also mentioned technical information below what these prefix's means, Letter Prefix:X = PerformanceE = Mainstream (rack mount)L = Power OptimizedW = Workstation for up to 2 processors per motherboard. The letters also refer to the power consumption figures of the CPUs in question. Note that the numbers associated with the letters are for the "Nehalem"-based Xeon family and older Xeons that use the letter designations have different TDP values associated with the letters. L = Thermal design power (expected power draw with a 100% CPU load running normal software) of 60 watts or less. These are the "low voltage" chips. E = TDP of 80 watts. Intel refers to the Xeon 5500/5600s with this letter prefix as the "basic" line and as a result, the idle power draw on these chips is frequently worse than any of the other series of chips, despite the other chips possibly having a higher full-load power draw. X = TDP of 95 watts. These are the "premium" mainstream chips as their TDP is not so excessive that they are difficult to cool in a rack server, yet their idle power consumption is far lower than the E-series chips. W = TDP of 130 watts and higher. These are the fastest, hottest Xeons made and they are designed to be used in workstations and pedestal servers with better cooling than an average 1U or 2U rack server. ========================================================Although I am an HP employee, I am speaking for myself and not for HP.========================================================**Click the KUDOS star on the left to say 'Thanks'**http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600-CPU-upgrade/td-p/5053635
Dear experts, I run a small business from home, today my main computer wouldn't boot up, I checked the error messages and it tells me that the CMOS settings are wrong and also that the CMOS memory size is wrong, I am not that computer literate and every time something like this goes wrong it costs me money that right now I cant afford, the operating system is XP, please could one of you wise people tell me what I need to do to put the problem right ?, a mugs guide would be appreciated step by step preferably, failing that do I need to get the computer seen by an engineer ?, I do hope note as I am officially signed of work with anxiety and depression and don't need too much extra stress or hasle at the moment.
Post the exact wording of the on-screen messages, please. And tell us exactly when they appear onscreen.
I have just upgraded to windows 7 (from Vista) and now I can't print. I have a Lexmark Z600 and although I did have problems getting the driver loaded & working with Vista, it did finally work. After upgrading to windows 7, I reloaded the printer driver to no avail. I even deleted it and went out and found the latest driver available for my printer and still no help. Any ideas ?
I gave up trying with my X74 All-in-one in the end.
Lexmark website was very definite XP was last driver release.
I never had vista.
Bought Canon MP 250 All-in-One then from Argos at £34.99 which I am very happy with. Although I dont do an awful lot of printing.
And mostly convert colour web pages to print in Grayscale.
(to save on colour cartridges)
The printer is quite noisy at start of printing as it resets heads and loads a page of paper, but quiet enough during printing.
Hello guys,I bought a used hp z600 six month ago and it works perfectly so far. However, i realized that the blue led of the power button doesnt work and has never been on in my machine. I wonder if there are software or hardware solutions to make it work again ? Bios options or cable fiddling ? Thanks in advancehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600-No-blue-power-led/td-p/5590330
Hi, Description explains it all, I've been thinking of replacing my current HDD for a SSD. I haven't done much researching on this myself but thought I would check here just encase there's any known issues/pit falls with installing a ssd into z600 workstation, I will be looking at adding a 1TB ssd. 1. Installing hardware? the z600 3.5 inch caddy wouldn't house an SSD, do HP sell brackets which will fit the z600 ? 2. Compatibility with the workstation? are there types of SSD which are best suited for z600 workstations? 3. Installing and set up? is it as straight forward as plugging in the SSD via SATA cable and installing the OS? Any Bios tweaks? Any info would be appreciated, Griff
Installed a Samsung Evo 500gb SATA III into my z600..and it works perfectly. Installed it last week and have been installing programs and having general use from it with no problems. I wanted to test it properly before posting a response. It could be possible that i experience issues with it later, but I would of thought that if it had any issues I would know about it by now. My SSD reads at 282 MB/s and writes at 270 MB/s - Random Read 51612 (IOPS) Random Write (IOPS) 47395. Being a SATA II gen workstation its not reaching the SSD's full potential at 540/520 Mb/s read write but from what I've read you wouldn't even notice the difference its so fast.. and I agree CC suite, mozilla, (haven't installed 3dsmax yet) all boot in seconds compared to minutes on old HDD. Just to note I didn't use a HP recovery disk to reinstall OS. I used an official windows 7 .iso and booted from USB (even though it some has some useful things, i didn't want HP bloatware) Drivers installed perfectly without a hitch. Windows serial on bottom of tower 1. Installing hardware? the z600 3.5 inch caddy wouldn't house an SSD, do HP sell brackets which will fit the z600 ?" Via Scott's comments, look for the 'needs-tool' version in the post's above, mine cost £8.50 and takes all of 5 seconds to fit the ssd to the z600. I wouldn't sugguest buying the tool-less version.. unless you have no hands and lots of money." 2. Compatibility with the workstation? are there types of SSD which are best suited for z600 workstations?"Yes they're HP approved SSDs detailed in the post's above, but I've had no issue with consumer grade SSD, but you roll the dice with which brand. The Samsung EVO 500gb, no problems. You can use SATA III ssd's but you can get issues as warned by HP as their firmware doesn't support some types (so basically if it doesn't work they wont help you) ". 3. Installing and set up? is it as straight forward as plugging in the SSD via SATA cable and installing the OS? Any Bios tweaks?"Make sure your BIOS is set to RAID+AHCI (Mine was already setup like this). I used the samsung magician tool after install and it will say that your PC is not set to AHCI, but i just ignore it. As long as BIO's and firmware are up to date you will be fine. Use a blindmate formfactor to install the ssd (see above posts). Make sure you get the latest firmware on a usb before you install SSD, it should be the first thing to check after installing the SSD. You don't need to change SATA cables from II to III as the cables are backwards compatible.. either way having a SATA III in a z600 will just limit you to SATA II speeds (which compared to a normal HDD are ridiculously quick). Just plug-in and install OS. It may be worth reading up on SSD optimistation, the samsung magician advises some things to do but not all neccessary, its either lifespan over performance.. defintely worth reading up on, if this is your first SSD as it was for me." Hands down best upgrade i've done to my workstation, and very simple to do. I'm glad I waited for better support and for the cost to go down on SSD's before using them. Want to say a big thanks to Scott Harrison for his help on this subject. I pestered him lots but have really appreciated his guidance! cheers Scott and anyone else who posted help. Enjoy your SSD, I will. Griffhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/installing-a-SSD-into-Z600-Workstation/td-p/5081717
Hey there! I got a later spec Z600 WS here that came with dual X5650 (TDP 95W).I made a good deal and got two X5680 (TDP 130W), and tryed to install those to the WS.System tells me, that the CPU installed needs too much power, and the System got halted. Is it a Problem with the Heatsink, because of the fact, it is to small (for TDP <95W), or is itrealy the mainboard, that just can't take the X5680 Xeons?I googled a lot and found some Z600 running on those CPUs, so what's the deal? I already tryed to bridge Pin 1 and 5 of the Heatsink-Fan Connector to simulate a Performance Heatsink,just to test if it would boot, but that did'nt work.
First, I don't see your new processor type listed in the latest QuickSpec for the Z600 I looked up this morning..... version 51, which lists your current X5650 but not the X5680. There is a hot X5647 listed (at 130W max TDP) but the other higher performance processors are all 95W. So, there must have been a 130W cooling option for the Z600, and I'd presume it is the same as used for the Z800 (see below). Also, the Z600 must be able to provide 130W to each of its two processor sockets. I checked with the Z800 QuickSpecs (v56) and don't see the X5680 listed there either. The latest QuickSpecs, however, often do not list all processors that were listed previously. The now-unlisted ones will still work, and you can go back through the HP QuickSpec archives for your Z600 to see if the X5680 was ever officially listed. If it was then it surely should work. A HP engineer I trust fully has let me know that there are some cases in which a processor that was never officially listed will work. Let's just say that will be a rare exception. Maybe you have found one of those processors? The X5680 processor has only one sSpec code, SLBV5, and can be bought new now from Intel for $1663.00 each. On eBay you can buy that processor today for about $200.00 each, USD, used. It is encouraging that you can get to the point of boot that the motherboard rejects your heatsink/fan combination, because my experience with truly non-listed processors is that they won't even get to that level. Flat zero progression into boot. So, I'd buy one of the "Performance" heatsink/fans from eBay, and the Alan guys there have almost 450 in stock at a fair price, new. That is a US source, and I have bought from them in the past many times, with never a problem. Buy one for about $50 and test with that and a single X5680 in place. The wiring trick..... that jumper wire should work if HP is using the same motherboard sensing method for detecting presence of a performance heatsink/fan as was used in the xw8600, but who knows? This performance boost is worth spending $50.00 more on at this stage of the game to get an official Performance heatsink/fan to experiment with. For example, perhaps HP added to the motherboard the ability to detect the larger 92x92x15mm heatsink fan rather than the regular heatsink's 80x80x15mm fan. Take a look at this link, for more details on the Performance heatsink/fan that I believe you need. Those have been available on eBay for a fair price, new and you can find that via searching for part numbers 463991-001 and 535588-001: Z800 Performance heatsink larger fan Here's a picture of the performance heatsink/larger fan for the Z800, and likely exactly what you need for your Z600 project. All my references indicate these are identical, but the Z400 performance fan is different. Note how this heatsink/fan is shifted leftward on its mounting plate, when viewed from front (the fan side). The Z400 performance heatsink/fan is not shifted leftwards because it is a single socket motherboard and has a fair amount of room around it on both right and left sides. Thus, the performance Z400 heatsink/fan will not fit on the primary socket of a Z600 but this one below will. The performance Z400 heatsink/fan will however fit on the secondary socket of a Z600 with a little bending down of its rear air deflector plate at its bottom. You can see pictures of that Z400 performance heatsink/fan elsewhere in the forum. I'd make sure you have the latest BIOS installed, and also confirm in BIOS that you have the latest revision of the motherboard by checking the boot block date. It sounds like you'll have already done all that. If one of those X5680 processors works then the other will ... Read morehttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600-with-dual-X5680-CPU/td-p/5082965
I would like to know if the Z600 will support the 3.1 USB adapter card and if so, what do I need for an installation?
Agree.... that card should work in a Z600, but will it work to the USB 3.1 10Gbps speed standard? No. The HP Z600 workstation has no PCIe generation 3 slots. It has 3 PCIe Gen2 slots, 1 PCIe Gen1 slot, and 2 PCI slots. Below is a link to the HP page describing the Z600's slots: http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c01719695 Here is a note from StarTech regarding their card's speeds, emphasis added: "The maximum throughput of this card is limited by the bus interface. PCI Express Gen 1.0 max throughput is 2.5Gbps. PCI Express Gen 2.0 max throughput is 5Gbps. PCI Express Gen 3.0 max throughput is 10Gbps. The available bandwidth (10Gbps) is shared equally between the two ports." These USB 3.0/USB 3.1 PCIe cards generally need power supplementation.... the +5VDC they need does not come up from the slot, but it is easy to find a 4-wire "molex" peripheral-to-SATA power adapter which can provide you the higher wattage 5VDC they need to meet potential power draws (versus what USB 2.0 needs). All this info came from research figuring out how to add the Texas Instruments based HP USB 3.0 card to our xw6600 workstations, which have 2 PCIe Gen2 slots (the rest are Gen1). Z620 gives you some PCIe Gen3 slots.... slots 2,4 and 5. Here's the Z600 slots diagram:http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Usb-3-1-adapter-in-a-Z600-workstation/td-p/5693335
I have this product but after updating my computer to W7 ı have a problem with it. The original cd refers to Xp , 2000, 98 but now for W7 it says " it ' s not suitable for your system.
I ' m looking forwart to hearing news from you
Here is the Windows Vista Driver if you want to attempt to use it.
Lexmark - United States
Also as far as a Windows 7 driver here is what I saw on their website:
Cannot find MS Windows 7 printer driver; Unable to locate driver
Lexmark is in the process of preparing for the launch of the new Microsoft Windows 7 operating system.Driver Availability
In the weeks leading to consumer launch of Microsoft Windows 7, Lexmark will publish the type of support expected and the timeframe in which drivers will be available. Lexmark is currently finalizing Windows 7 support for a variety of its existing products. The list of products which will have Windows 7 support at launch is available in the links below. Windows 7 Business Products
Windows 7 Home Office and SMB Products
Operating System Driver Support
Some printer models will have native easy-to-install printer drivers embedded in the operating system's driver library. Lexmark is providing a wide variety of printer drivers to be included with Microsoft Windows 7.Driver Delivery
Drivers will be available for download from support.lexmark.com , and recently released printers may have the Microsoft Windows 7 driver available on the Software and Documentation CD provided in the box with the device, or a combination of both driver delivery methods will be available.Future Products
Starting in 2010, all new products will ship with Windows 7 support.
So im trying to upgrade to 2 X5650s but it wont boot. I updated the bios to 3.57 and at least the 2 80mm fans dont go crazy but still no boot. The manuals online say its compatible. Thanks for any help Model Z600 (FW863AV)Z600B/ZC2.66+/L160/W4.0/295+a/p
What is your boot block date, from BIOS?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Z600-X5650-upgrade/td-p/5532857
Hi,I would like to know if I can install a Geforce GTX 1080 in a z600 workstation?My power supply is 650W so that seems to be enough. I have 2 * 6 pin connector so I guess I can add an adapter to 8 pin. Would this work? Thanks.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/HP-Z600-amp-Geforce-GTX-1080/td-p/5846991
Hello there nbsp i'm happy user of HP Z with quadro inside right now i'm changing the way i work with d - by doing more and more graphic card Z600 HP upgrade real time d rendering using Graphic card power via the octane render software solution HP Z600 graphic card upgrade i plan to upgrade my GC i got solutions and questions about each one nbsp solution nbsp the existing quadro nbsp a new quadro using SLIQUESTION does SLI works with quadro in a HP Z nbsp solution nbsp the existing quadro nbsp a new quadro QUESTION does the HP Z support differents cards nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp does the quadro can be sloted inside a HP Z i think the quadro has a larger size nbsp solution nbsp the existing quadro nbsp a Geforce GTX TITANQUESTION does the HP Z support differents cards nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp does the Geforce GTX TITAN nbsp can be sloted inside a HP Z i think the Geforce GTX TITAN nbsp has a larger size nbsp thanks
The Z600 QuickSpecs indicates you can only have a single high end graphics card in the Z600. That is either one Quadro 4000 (142W) card or one Quadro 5000 (152W) card or one FirePro V7900 (<150W) card can be installed in the Z600. However, you can have two Quadro 2000 (62W) cards or two FirePro V5800 (74W) cards or two FirePro V5900 (<75W) cards in the system as this is supported (not that this will help with your graphics processing needs). The Z600 Maintenance and Services Guide also states you can have one 150W graphics card in either PCIe slot 2 or 4 (leaving the adjacent slot empty) OR you can have 2 75W graphics cards in PCIe slot 2 and 4. So SLI or crossfire is not a supported configuration with high end 3D cards due, in part to the 650W 80% efficient HP proprietary PSU used in the Z600 (which can't supply the needed power) and in part to the lack of system cooling validation for these more powerful 'heaters'. And as the HP PSU is a proprietary design, it is not a simple swap to an of the shelf standard ATX supply. Some cabling modifications would be needed and it still may not mechanically fit or work (as others have experienced no boot issues when attempting to use a modified standard ATX swap in their HP workstation - some have even damaged their system board so be warned). As for mixing cards in SLI configuration, IIRC, Nvidia allows mixing cards from the same family. So, presumably a Q4000 & Q5000 would work as would a GeForce 760 with a Titan, should the PSU have supported the load (which it doesn't). Mixing Q4000 with GeForce Titan in SLI configuration will fail as they would be considered a different family. And you can't use a Quadro driver with a GeForce card or a GeForce driver with Quadro card which creates a driver issue if you try such SLI mixes. So you may need to buy a more capable system (or do some development work to find a more powerful HP PSU you can fit into the Z600 or instead modify a standard ATX PSU to fit and resolve any issues this creates while also modifying the Z600 chassis cooling system to better cope with the extra heat). Good luck. [edited to add underlined text]http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/HP-Z600-graphic-card-upgrade/td-p/5054360
I have a problem during installation,
after windows copies setup files and right before the beginning of the installation wizard, a color test striped pattern (Red, Green, Blue, Gray) keeps blinking and the installation STOPS.
Any suggestions ?!
Where did you get the Ultimate install dvd from, sounds bad.
Just reboot, see if the install will finish.