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Somehow the filesystem got corrupt. It could be the hard drive going out because this is a sign of hardware failure. Sometimes you can temporarily restore it by fixing the MBR (Master Boot Record) using your windows cd, or Linux cd if you have that, just load the disc at boot and enter the Repair section.
CPU init is CPU initialisation as you guessed. It should pass extremely quickly however, I'm talking under a second.
The fact that it isn't, or is only passing sometimes, indicates a CPU or Motherboard fault.
Make sure you have the 4 or 8 pin cpu power connector properly plugged into the motherboard.
i think mother borde is conected after the instulation of Windos vista .if that the case vista will not able to identifi the drivers for the board and it gets restarted or off .solution is to re install.But you sead that even when you boot from a boot from vista dvd it tha same.
01.boot driver is noot set to the dvd driver
02.Bios might not soport vista need a update
03.bios is brocan
04.you bord desn't soport Vista
Sounds to me as though you have a video issue. Those beeps you hear are called POST beeps, and they are an error message. It could be trying to load still, but you are just not seeing anything. Is all you get a black screen to begin with? If so first check to make sure your video card has not come loose. If that is not the case, then I would suggest replacing your video card. Hope this helps.
Please connect jPw1 to 4 Pin 12v, this supplies power to CPU. Than enter Bios & find Boot settings. Set the cdrom as boot 1 & hd as boot 2. Check the jumper on the cdrom, as it is the only device on secondary IDE controller it should be set as a master.
It is better to install a fresh copy of windows with a new motherboard. Put your windows CD in the cdrom & the system will boot to it. And your on your way. You can install the drivers for the board after windows has been installed.