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Msi 945p neo motherboard will not boot past the first screen.

One beep and logo screen comes up after about 5min. it will move to the second screen but will not let me enter bios or boot up.

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Hi there
There maybe a problem with the system memory, take it out, clean the contacts and the slots

Good luck

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When you see the 1st windows screen, "Starting Windows", quickly press the F8 key several times until you get a screen that shows several lines with the top line saying "Safe Mode". Move up to this line and select it. The system will enter Safe Mode. If you can enter safe mode then you have a driver problem or some other software problem preventing the system booting. This could be the case if you just installed a new motherboard on an existing hard drive with Windows already on it.

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