Usually it is in the same page as time and date.
lookat the botton of the screen.
If it is not there please consider contacting me here again for further advice if possible.
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Good day, I personally encountered that problem and i try to remove the cmos battery on the board to clear the saved bios settings. But it was still the same and followed the manual of said motherboard change the settings and change the jumper settings but still the same. What i did, i changed the motherboard with brand new same model but the other parts remained.With that the problem solved!
If your case is not setup for chassis intrusion, the motherboard has dropped a jumper. The location is by the last PCI slot between the CD audio connector and the USB bus plug. (it is right next to the CLRTC jumpers)
you need to go into the bios of your pc.....usually pressing the delete key when you see the first logo screen after booting up....look for a section that relates to errors and what the bios is supposed to do when it encounters an error.
i.e if you see a line in the bios that says "halt on all errors" disable it and when you next boot up the bios will not stall.
Kevin, when you do get this going it is going to be a beast.Nice choices on the hardware. It appears that you are getting text in the bios menu and that is a real good sign. One bit of text you typed might be a clue." You typed Detecting floppy drive A media . . . Drive A error. System halt" And you said that you had no Floppy. On the first screen were you see your time etc there will be something that says halt on all errors. Change that to halt on keyboard errors only. The wording may be different but you get the gist right?You don't want the bios seeing no floppy and halting on that.I hope this helps you and don't get discouraged. There is usually a simple answer.
darian69, windows did not setup correctly. Double check all data cables & power cable connections. (Tight fits).
(This is not an uncommon error). Please download the manufactures drive utility software for a bootable floppy disk or bootable cdrom disk. Test/check & setup the drive, (formatt). Than install windows. Once installed, turn on windows firwall & install nic driver software. Run windows update. Check for hardware updates & install. This should fix the system halt.
Please let me know if this stopped the error message.
check your cmos CR2032 battery on the motherboard as this can cause restarts because of bios settings,when booting press F2 or Del and check the date and time to see if incorrect.
Also it maybe a faulty driver causing the crash, you can tell the bios to halt on all errors instead of rebooting, this can be found in the main cmos settings menu normally below the list of drives and check to see if halt on all errors is enabled, this way you can try to see what is causing the reboots.