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Sabje26

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(C1) Initialize POST Error Manager (PEM)
« on: 28-August-04, 08:40:35 »

Hello,

My hardware diagnostic card gives the following error: (C1) Initialize POST Error Manager (PEM). My bios just starts well and gives no error messages.

I can go to the bios as usually and my computer works normally (at the moment), but QuickTech also gives some error messages:
- BIOS Buffer overrun check
- SMBus Host detection

Maybe that these errors also have to do with it?

When I try to search with Google I only get some manuals where these error codes are listed, but no more explanations and possible solutions.

Can somebody please tell me what this problem is all about and how to fix it?

I have a MSI 6533 bord.
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« Reply #1 on: 28-August-04, 09:32:39 »
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  • Please give us complete system hardware specs ;-))............Sean REILLY875
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    Sabje26

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    « Reply #2 on: 28-August-04, 09:40:52 »

    Intel P4, 2,66 Ghz
    MSI 6533
    768 MB DDR
    ATI Radeon 9700 Pro
    NEC 1100 A DVD+RW
    Lite-On JLMS XJHD-1665
    Lite-On DVDRW SOHW-812S
    Maxtor 160 GB Harddisc
    Windows XP Professional
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    ajroberts

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    « Reply #3 on: 18-October-04, 12:51:49 »

    Hi, Did you get any feedback on this or find a solution anywhere. I've got a similar problem and am trying to decide whether I'm just going to need a new mobo.
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    Sabje26

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    « Reply #4 on: 18-October-04, 12:55:22 »

    Hi,

    No, unfortunately not. I posted this question in a lot of different forums, but no one seems to know what's exactly wrong and how to fix it.

    I keep searching, and when I find some answers / solutions, I'll post it here. Can you also please keep me informed if you know some more?
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