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Thread: What The Hell Is Goin On Atx To At

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    hey,
    what the hell is goin on i cant understand damn it (very very frustated)
    JUST TELL me the reason why
    Recently i installed win XP in P.C AND it has converted my ATX into AT
    it configures my ATX as AT
    kindly help me
    I"ll always be grateful to u all
    thank u

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    Why don't you just give us your PC's exact specs. "converted my ATX into AT" ?????

    AT/ATX is hardware related. Hows does software converts it???

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    this is a bizarre thread. i don't even know how someone would arrive at the conclusion that their ATX has been converted to AT. that's like saying "my alarm clock changed my 9-Volt battery to AA's."

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    He's probably confusing ATX with PC/AT.

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    Recently i installed win XP in P.C AND it has converted my ATX into AT
    Drugs

    Must be drugs.

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    no no no what i am saying is that the winXP asks me to shut down the computer as if my computer were AT which is exactly not This never happened when i had installed win2000
    i am not tellin that ATX has been converted into AT by devils grace
    By the way thanks for ur participation
    my computer has pretty much old configuration
    motherboard-- 815
    memory -------64mb
    pentium--3 550Mhz
    cabinet ATX
    KINDLY help
    thank u very much again

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    imho those are too low specs to run XP on.

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    XP can be made to run suitably well on a 550mhz P3... you just have to go through the GUI configuration and get rid of some of the eye-candy, and tweak the startup programs and services a bit. it'd prolly do better with more RAM, though.

    are you saying that when you select Start -> Turn Off Computer, it displays this menu?

    if so, this is perfectly normal.

    if it's something else, i'm not sure what you're referring to.

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    Originally posted by From: http://www.tweakxp.com/display.aspx?id=312
    Many people have been having problems with their system not automatically closing down when they 'turn off' their PC. This is because of the APM setting which is not enabled. To enable it, right click on my computer goto properties select hardware and click device mangager.
    Click view and then on show hidden devices. You should see the NT ATM / Legacy Interface mode with a red cross on it. Double click it and on the screen that appears at the bottom choose enable from the drop down menu.

    Your PC should now automatically switch off completely on shutdown.

    Note:* If there is no NT ATM / Legacy Interface mode in your device manager, then this tweak will not work with your system.

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    i know but there r so many computers that have such configuration
    which run WinXP perfectly How come it feels as if i have plugged it to an AT cabinet
    well thanku very very MUCH for ur participation

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