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I have currently assembled a Asus A8V-E Delux MB with an AMD Athlon 64 4000+ CPU; I have updated the Bios, however it will not boot from an 165GB Eide WD hard drive. It sees the (Select Operating System Screen) then reboots.even in safe mode. I have tried setting the Bios to default, It does not help.

What do you suggest I try?
System contains a 76GB WD 10000 RPM Sata Drive and a 150GB WD 7200RPM Sata Drive and a !65 GB Eide Drive /w/ Windows XP Pro OS, a PCIE ATI Radeon X700 Graphics card and a 500 W Power supply.

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  • jrr521 Jan 19, 2009

    I have been able to see all hard drives in bios, I have tried removing the SaTa drives and just booting the OS dirve but with no luck. every thing seems to be working ok, no error codes or bells or whistles. Just will not complete boot.

  • jrr521 Jan 19, 2009

    I havent checked that yet, but the system is advanced enough that I think it should accept any size drive. I will check with Asus and see. Thanks for you suggestion.

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Disconnect all hard drives except the one with your operating sytem and try that. You may have something hooked up wrong but you need to rule out other problems..can you see all the hard drives in the bios?

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

  • Shane Fowler
    Shane Fowler Jan 19, 2009

    maybe the bios can't recognize drives larger than 80GB..check in your bios or with the manufacturer.

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http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx?SLanguage=en-us&model=A7V266-E/AA&product=1&os=17

Scroll down the list. 34th one down, that is listed.

1.Did you get the Athlon XP 2600+ that has a 266MegaHertz, (MHz), Front Side Bus? (FSB)
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There is an Athlon XP 2600+ that has a 266MHz FSB, and one that has an FSB of 333MHz. <-This one Won't work.
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A.The AXDC2600DKV3C will not work. It has a 16x multiplier. (Thorton Core)
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2.Are the jumper blocks -> CPU RATIO, and SYSCLK, still set in the Jumper Free Mode?

By the factory default settings these jumper blocks, (DIP switches), should already be set to Jumper Free Mode.
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The CPU RATIO jumper block is right above the processor. It is a blue rectangular block.
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The Ol' Asus A7V266-E?
1.The fastest Front Side Bus setting is 266MHz
2.Uses Socket 462 AMD processors
3.Uses Athlon, Athlon XP, and Duron AMD processors.

I would stick with an AMD Athlon XP. Fastest one? Hmmm, I believe that would be the AMD Athlon XP 2600+
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_AMD_Athlon_XP_microprocessors#Athlon_XP_.22Thoroughbred_A.2FB.22_.28Model_8.2C_130_nm.29



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I'm sure they are set there however, as your 1900+ you have in right now, uses a 266MHz FSB.
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They are both the same Core, (Thoroughbred A/B, Model 8, 130nm), so a BIOS update shouldn't be necessary.

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