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What is 'hyper transport sync flood error occured on last boot'? Be fixed or buy new PC?

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What is 'hyper transport sync flood error occured on last boot'? Be fixed or buy new PC?

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Hi,

 

Welcome to HP Forum!

 

Are you "overclocking" your computer?  If you do not know what that is, then you are not overclocking.

 

You could try to replace the processor if this is the only issue. There could also be motherboard issues or the power supply brick.

 

Only a local technician could determine what needs to be replaced.

 

Maybe a new PC would be the way to go.

 

It would not hurt to see if the cost to repair is less than buying a new PC.

Although am an HP employee, I am speaking for myself and not for HP.

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Jerry_MJ
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Hi,

 

Welcome to HP Forum!

 

Are you "overclocking" your computer?  If you do not know what that is, then you are not overclocking.

 

You could try to replace the processor if this is the only issue. There could also be motherboard issues or the power supply brick.

 

Only a local technician could determine what needs to be replaced.

 

Maybe a new PC would be the way to go.

 

It would not hurt to see if the cost to repair is less than buying a new PC.

Although am an HP employee, I am speaking for myself and not for HP.

You can Say Thanks by clicking the Kudos Star in the post if that helped you.

Please mark Accepted Solution if the post solves your problem.

View solution in original post

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