Thanks for all your help, but I have some questions for all you wonderful people to answer.

Discussion in 'DIY Computers' started by dan, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. dan

    dan Guest

    I want to register my own domain & e mail that uses that newly
    registered domain. I would prefer a UK based hosting site that gives
    24 hour e mail & telephone support.
    Who do I use? Then, ther pop3 accounts, can they be used abroad to
    acces my e mail via Outlook 2007? I have looked at www.hostpapa,,,,,

    Because I now have to travel abroad for work, I need a reliable pop3
    hosting service. I am really stuck.

    I have built my cousins machine, it booted first time but at boot up,
    the screen said 'new cpu found', go into the bios & set up your new
    cpu. Is this normal? The hard drive & memory were recognised

    Thanks in advance.
    dan, Mar 13, 2012
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    Rob Guest

    On first boot, that can be seen. Once you have saved and exited
    the BIOS, you should never see that again. If you do, try loading
    the BIOS defaults, adjusting them as necessary (eg boot order)
    and checking CPU speed etc., then save & exit. If it still says new
    CPU, then you may need a BIOS update.
    Some BIOS's give that message to indicate a CPU over-clocking
    Can't help with the other Qs though.
    Rob, Mar 14, 2012
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    Jeff Gaines Guest

    Alex Threlfall has always provided a good service to me:

    You can use POP3/IMAP/Webmail so plenty of options.
    Don't think you'll get 24 hour 'phone support though.
    Jeff Gaines, Mar 14, 2012
  4. has a plan for under a tenner a year which
    can be used for this, and you can register domains there too. Servers
    are fast and reliable and support is outstanding. I wouldn't expect to
    be able to ring anyone 24/7 though, unless you want to pay for some
    premium service. You can access a mail server from anywhere.

    Can't advise on the BIOS question.

    On posting: it's best to post two questions than one combined one, and
    it's better to have a relevant subject line. Both those will normally
    get you more helpful answers.
    Philip Herlihy, Mar 14, 2012
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    dan Guest

    Thank you all.

    The board is a z68 asus, the one I mentioned before & the cpu is a
    sandybridge i3-2100. Heatsink is a thermaltake frio.
    dan, Mar 14, 2012
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    dan Guest

    Thank you, I will do what you have said about posting questions as
    dan, Mar 14, 2012
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    DCA Guest

    I have a z68 mobo too (with an i5-2500K)
    I suggest you go into BIOS (on boot-up press 'del' button)
    Once you enter BIOS, press F5 to load default values.
    ESC and then select 'save and exit'.
    That'll get you going
    DCA, Mar 14, 2012
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    dan Guest

    dan, Mar 17, 2012
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