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Old June 17th, 2005, 03:12 PM
Draycon Draycon is offline
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Exclamation G system missing????

so I have a dell computer, and just recently both the motherboard and powersupply blew on me. SO now I am left witha lot of parts which are useless and cant be used without Dell items. So I found a motherboard and powersupply...and case (thanks dell again) and everything was fine. Things started slowing down and I was having some issues so I turned the computer off to restart in safe mode, see if I couldnt nip the problems early. I restart the computer, see my motherboard bios screen show up and than I go into a black dos screen which says "g system missing press any key to restart" I press a key, get the same responce...

Thought it was the Hardrive again, its getting old... I reformat it....same thing

just got a sound card for it a little older, remove it...same thing

went into bios everything looks fine, tried to repair XP...same thing

Went in and tried to boot from a floppy...same thing

so umm I dont know what to do

just to give you a quick idea cause I dont have my computer right here to check exact names I have:

1gig memory
2.4 pentium 4
40 gig HD
an old sound card
Ge Force 5200 FX
and a newer intel motherboard i picked up from newegg.com as well as the case/motherboard combo

any help would be great :-)
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Old November 19th, 2006, 11:01 AM
ke00 ke00 is offline
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Flash Drive

I had EXACTLY this happen to me. Funny enough my fix was a simple one. I had left a USB flash memory stick in the USB port. The boot order of my PC was USB first, then HDD. Once I removed the USB flash memory I was able to boot up okay. No more ' g system missing'.

Hope this helps someone.

ke00
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Old November 28th, 2006, 02:13 PM
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Talking yay

that was excatly what was wrong, Über w007!
ty very much
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