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I cant install vista OS on this MBD , by sata HDD

I cant install Vista operating system by SATA HARD drive . How can i install vista OS by the SATA HDD and using GA 8KNXP motherboard.


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I can't install any os on my computer?
after format hdd sata. later window 7
do you think the IT who program my cpu do this?
pls help what it is, i can't format my 8 pcs hdd. tnx

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Does your motherboard detect the SATA hardrive???
if the machine can't detect the SATA then all is losted.
go to DOS and enable the hard drive detect, make sure the machine knows there is a SATA harddrive.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

  • christopher ortiz Jul 20, 2013

    hd also detected, the os also run , but after few min. after loading it become crush and my monitor will be blue and etc,,, virus and sometimes inic***.exe?

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You must enter setup at boot and select the CD/DVD as first boot. Then ensure that the BIOS settings have SATA enabled. When CD/DVD is first boot watch the screen for 'press any key to boot from cd' message is displayed. The boot screen will say how to enter setup. Typical buttons are F2, Delete, F1, F10 -you did not say which manufacturer. OEM trumps mobo maker with BIOS setup.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

  • christopher ortiz Jul 20, 2013

    tnx for reply, sir ! i also do that but it's not enough , i don't know what i'm going to do. and one's my hdd samsung 160g but if i look in formating os only 149g that's why. do you think IT expert put some program in my hdd that's why the os not apply the hole file in hdd? PLS!! help us to fix my prob. this is my first time encounter . i don't have enough money to provide some hdd . tnx to all who try to solve this problem.

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