Question about MSI MS-9105 (MS-9105-030) Motherboard
I cannot set the BIOS [tried the obvious boot order changes] so that my OS DVD will boot-get error message about failure, or other error. Even XP Pro will not boot. Could the attachment of the DVD drive affect the boot? DVd now attached to a PCI card slot via a SIIG card. DVD plays movies no problem. I am using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
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Posted on Nov 15, 2012
Well first off, the bios is probably going to only look for dvd drive through sata or ide not through a pci slot. and its very tricky formatting a bootable cd and getting it to run, i would suggest, if you are savy enough, to connect your hard drive to another computer and manually add boot files there instead of to the dvd, thats what i had to do one time
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a similar experience after upgrading my RAM. When you reset your CMOS and have default settings maybe you should check if your RAM timings are correct. I could not get mine to load with both sticks in until I fixed the timings from the default settings.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
Just a suggestion for you to try.
This is to check whether your PCI-E card is ok or not.
The BIOS setting option should be on PCI Express.
Take out the power cable from the hard disk - we don't want to mess around with window driver or system that might be the culprit.
Now turn on the computer, if ok, you should see some texts on your screen. This is a confirmation that your PCI-E card is still working. So then for you to work on your windows to solve the problem. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
Id say with those specs Id be sticking to XP mate , win 7 like vista munches resources and without them it can be a pain
it maybe time to shout your self an upgrade , plenty of bargains at the moment.
hope this helped
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
Here is the manual, the drivers and everything else there is abut that mobo of yours.
You need to change the settings in the bios, the settings how your motherboard reads the disks. You will find it in the manual-
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
try to reinstall your driver from here:
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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