Question about Foxconn 865M01-G-6LS Motherboard
First go full bare-bones...only video, keyboard,mouse turned on in BIOS. then re-install windows. if still no good repeat above steps except to add this step just before windows: run fdisk to re-partition the drive and then run format using the svs switch...then re-windows. if successful, then turn on system restore to create a restore point and re-boot before any new devices are added to system
Posted on May 24, 2007
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