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Boot problem Hi I just got done putting my MB together and I go to boot up the post screen comes up and after I get a blue screen from windows saying A problem has been detected and windows has been shutdown to prevent damage to your computer. If this is the first time you have seen this Stop error screen, restart your computer. If this screen appears again follow these steps. Check for viruses on your computer. Remove any newly installed harddrives or hard drive controllers. CHeck your hard drive and make sure it is properly configured and terminated. Run chkdsk /f to check for harddrive corruption, and then restart your computer. Well I took my HD and put it into another computer and it booted up fine so now what.

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Was the operating system installed on another computer? Or a computer with different hardware? If so the drivers for the hardware are not configured properly on the HD or in the BIOS. If this is the case you should format the HD and re-install the OS.

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MSI 760Gm-p23 version 3 Fx Desktop athlon II 640 cpu ,deskstar 500 gig 7200 3.5" sata II 16 MB cache hdd, mushkin 8 gig pc3-10600 essential ram, LG L49-8020 oem sata dvd rom post no issue but wont boo

make sure that the cables are right and are good make sure that the power cables are in the dvd and hard drive two cables to each one for board and one to power supply each

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Windows98se sp2 does not boot.error msg says insufficient memory to load windows

Are you trying to setup a windows 98 with dual OS support on your computer?
If your computer's RAM is low less then 512 MB then computer will not support dual OS or installing dual OS.
So do not try to install together or running together.

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How to dual boot xp and vista?


First of all partition a drive up. Make sure its a large capacity drive, something well over 100GB.

Boot the computer with CD/DVD set as the first boot device and pop the XPmag-glass_10x10.gif CD in the drive and allow setup to begin. When you come to the screen where you select the drive partition you should see the drive listed with all the space listed as unpartitioned. If the drive was in use previously, you'll need to delete all the existing partitions. To do this you'll have to hit the 'D' key followed by the 'L' key. The screen instructions will be visible to guide the process.

Once all the existing partitions are deleted the display will show the total unpartitioned disk space.
Hit the 'C' key to create a partition. Personally i partion mine to 80GB (81920MB)

On the newly created partition, (not the raw one) install XP on that. Carry on with the installation until its final restart, it will be a light blue screen.

Quickly pop the Vista disk into the drive and start the Vista install. When it askes where you want Vista choose the unallocated partition. If you let XP load up first then you will not have the dual boot option on start up.

If you have done this correctly then each time the computer restarts during Vista install you see a boot message on screen saying "older version of window(XP) and Vista.

Lets Vista fully install right up until it loads the welcome screen. Then you can restart the computer, choose older version of windows to complete and load the XP operating system.

You then have to switch between them both to install drivers, software etc.

If you want to use both operating systems at a time then you need a virtual operating system installed but they are not that good as memory is kept at a minimum.

Good luck and please post back if you need anymore advice.


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Does not boot. displays intel desktop board in blue screen

Blue error message comes when there is any issue with memory.
First Refix your RAM memory.
Then boot your computer with recovery disk.
For that you have to set first boot device as your cd or dvd rom .
When you power up the computer press F1 or F2 or "del" key then you see bios setup screen.
Then go to boot option and set first boot device as cd or dvd.
Then put bootable disk in computer then it boot with it.
Then follow the procedure on screen.
choose "R" option for enter in "Recovery Console"
Then type in prompt "chkdsk /r"
then it fix error on harddisk then then restart computer then if still same issue then you have to repair your windows with recovery disk.
Let me know if you need more assistance.

Oct 03, 2009 | Intel D845GEBV2 Motherboard

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New ram problem

try to pull out the old 128MB and let the new 512MB memory, to knew that your windows 2000 working properly.. if the 512MB function then its ok... dont put back again the old one... Maybe that 128MB is not compatible with the new 512MB, is 512MB PC400 or not? and also let your windows restore back to its system working properly and your VGA Card reinstall it again.... hope this might help you, good luck!

Jul 09, 2009 | QDI Group QDI Advance 10B Motherboard

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Blue screen when trying to boot windows

you have the "blue screen of death" i had this same problem and the easiest way to fix it is to take the hard drive out and put it into another computer back up all files you want to keep on it have a boot disk for the right windows operating system on it use the boot disk with it once it is back in the right computer and then put all the files you saved back on it. the blue screen of death occurs when there is a registry error on your computer. if the blue screen of death appears again then you need a new computer.

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Reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in...

Ok..try this. Disable the flash screen and quick boot options in bios. What might be happening is the prompt to boot from CD isn't being displayed due to one of those two options.

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Cant boot,get window saying restore last good known config etc

If you are asking how to re-install Windows XP, you must boot from the cd to do that. Either change your bios settings to boot from the cd first or immediately after the POST screen press F12, then choose boot from cd and when directed, press any key to boot from the cd.

If you're asking why your pc isn't booting there are many reasons it might not boot - virus, driver problems, hardware failure. Need more information if that's your question.

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Blue screen

ok next try to repair ur windows using windows xp do is put ur windows xp then boot cd... then r for repair....but not the first r i mean first r is the recovery console just enter then the u see a second r...thats it click r to repair window...if it happen blue screen again maybe ur memory have a problem...hope it can help you

Sep 02, 2008 | ASUS MB M3A78-EMH HDMI RT Motherboard

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I replaced motherboard and can't boot-up

When you say posts, I assume it can get to the BIOS setup screen. Does it recognize any of the HD's? Your ATA controller or SATA controller may not be enabled. I wonder if the Windows installer detects a major hardware change and refuses to work under their obsurd anti-piracy policy.

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