Pc keeps freezing

Hello,

I’ve just bought a second hand motherboard, the machine keeps randomly freezing, sometimes with BSOD: Event ID: 7034
And sometimes the machine freezes even when not in use, and then forced to reset the machine manually.

I have googled the event ID, but cannot find a solution to the problem.
We have removed the memory, and USB card to see if this solves the issue, but unfortunately did not, the machine still
Continues to crash.

The motherboard has a PCI-E graphics card, accept if we take this out and use the onboard,
The computer fails to show anything on the screen.

Might be faulty Board?

Antivirus Installed: AVG 8.5 FREE
Firewall: Windows Default

OS: Windows XP PRO SP3
Memory Type: DDR400
Memory Amount: 2GB
Model: A8N32-SLI Deluxe

try changing the battery.
i have found in the past when i have fitted a graphics card , that when you want to go back to the mother/board slot it will not work, i think that by fitting a better graphics card you have told the onboard chip it is redundant and it will not work anymore, try running the setup disk for the mother board it may reset the grahpics chip.
good luck

maybe motherboard is not compatible.

[QUOTE=duncan30c;2278843]try changing the battery.
i have found in the past when i have fitted a graphics card , that when you want to go back to the mother/board slot it will not work, i think that by fitting a better graphics card you have told the onboard chip it is redundant and it will not work anymore, try running the setup disk for the mother board it may reset the grahpics chip.
good luck[/QUOTE]

thanks m8 i will try anything at the moment cheers