Question about Biostar NF325-A7 Motherboard
Yes same thing happen to me with nf325-a7 motherboard i tried different memory and still get that error !!!!!! after install windows xp ... no doubt it is the motherboard and not the hard driver..!
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
Did you change the boot sequence back to floppy before rebooting to install
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
Your motherboard could be the problem! But it could also be your memory, hard drive or the file system that resides on the hard drive! I don't think you would've gotten that far if you were having memory problems, but its still possible, however, we'll focus on it being the hard drive/filesystem! Boot to the XP CD, When your given the option to assign hard drive, select the hard drive you want to install to, and delete all the partitions! Then recreate partition(s)! (When you recreate partitions through XP install the first created is always a primary partition, subsequent partitions will be extended!! That means if a partition is already there a newly created partition will be in an extended partition) Now that the partition is created format it(don't quick format do a full format)! then install! If that ends up with an error or the same problem its probably your hard drive or motherboard!(If you go a spare hard drive you can try that to see if it goes beyond the reboot!!) try this first and see how it works out, get back to me if any questions. regards, babb
Posted on May 08, 2007
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