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Installed new hard drive -

Mother board does not recognize new hard drive so it can reboot itself.

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Make sure you have set it to the appropriate setting eg: master or slave, it is at the front of your drive, you can not have 2 masters or slaves on the same ide cable, it has to be 1x master +1x slave

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Can not reboot after replacement on MoBo


When you replace a motherboard, all of the drivers for the many devices that are on the motherboard need to be re-installed from disk, or another storage media type. Get the drivers for the motherboard on a USB stick and connect it to the mother board. reboot and when it asks the disk with drivers, tell it the drive letter of the USB stick.

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I have replace my mother board and now itstart up untill it ask start nomal en then it reboot can someone help me


Windows not work with you new hardware.
1.Start windows in safe mode (press F8 before windows start).Maybe now windows recognize your new hard.
if reboot continues...
2.Insert Windows disc and start with disc.In the menu select repair start.

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Now What can i do to get my Bios to recognize my Hard drive ? I took Drive out Hooked it to USB adapter And i could see files open files ,On reboot USB attempts to boot and i see Windows XP screen but,...


here is a software available to back up and make the hard disk recognised by the mother board.you can still do it by installing a fresh copy of windows xp

Apr 03, 2012 | Gateway Computers & Internet

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I've updated the BIOS but still can not get the mother board to consistantly recognize a new 1T Hard drive. It works once, but when I reboot it corrupts the Windows XP and the recovery partition.


Can you temporarily attach the "new" disk-drive as a "slave" disk-drive in some other computer?
Then, write some files onto the disk-drive, restart the computer, and see if the files are corrupted.
If they are, then the disk-drive is defective, and can easily be replaced, under warranty,
either from where you bought it, or directly from the manufacturer.

If the files are OK, then it's your motherboard that is the problem.

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After replacing my psu (was old and it shorted out) my LG CD-ROM GCR-8523B doesn't work. It has power but the computer doesn't recognize it..?


It is possible that when psu shorted it shorted part of the mother board. Try going into device manager right on the cd-rom in the list and choose search for new hard ware in the drop down menu. If this doesn't work go back into device manager right click the cd-rom and uninstall the cd-rom and reboot the pc. If it does not auto find the cd-rom that way, the mother board is probably messed up. Oh yeah try unplugging the ribbon cable for the cd-rom from the mother board and plug it back in also.

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External no longer recognized


Right click My Computer, Properties, then click on Device Manager.
Select Disk Drives then on tab menu Action, Add legacy hardware. Go through the setup and use CD's that came with Hard Drive otherwise search company site for drivers.

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Computer keeps restarting right before loading xp


Have you accessed the BIOS each time you swapped drives?
I don't know your board but you may have to let the BIOS examine your hardware and choose 'safe defaults' for you.
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Hard Drive not found after installing software.


  1. Boot to the bios with the HDD connected
  2. Turn on all the lock lights on keyboard (SCROLL< CAPS<NUM)
  3. Press ALT+E (Wait for Beep)
  4. Press ALT+F (Wait for Beep)
  5. Press ALT+B to reboot
  6. IDE redetect should initialize on boot.
  7. HDDs should now be seen

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I replaced mother board now I can't access files on old HD


Try going into the BIOS settings and setting the slave drive as the 1st boot drive.

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Recognize the new mother board?


Before you install the new motherboard make sure you have all of Windows updates installed on the hard drive. Microsoft is working hard to include many new devices all the time. You should have no problem booting into Vista after the motherboard is intalled and your motherboard should come with a driver disk to install any drivers that Vista may miss.

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