I don`t know all of a sudden my why my pc when I insert a cd in the cdrom my pc restart immediately, 1) I already enter in the bios and reboot from cd, 2) also changed the cdrom,and remain with the same problem.so I have a big problem because i need to format my pc and it is not possible. please help me. I will very appreciate.
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1. put Motherboard Cd (come with p5rd1vm) in cd/dvd rom. 2. BIOS configure as boot from cdrom. 3. restart machine Motherboard CD boot with press enter 4. command line shows 4 option 5. Select 1st option for exact and proper copy ULi sata driver for winxp. 6. Insert floppy press enter 7.you see d copy procedure. 8.then this floppy insert when winxp setup asking F6 for additional driver.
guess u were trying to install Win7 over Vista...it does not work that way....Win7 need to be a clean install...that is...it must be installed in a new partition after doing a full low level format....so you will have dual boot at start up...and u chose what u want vista or Win7 to work with for that specific session....
Dual boot helps in many ways...
1 - it helps file management better
2 - it helps to boot from one OS in case the other gives trouble
3 - virus attack are removed from either OS
the best way to getback you system is to
1 download KILLDISK (DOS) utility program, get the DOS version
2 copy it on to a CD
3 get hold of a Win98 CD (bootable)
4 boot from Win98 cd, dont chose to install Win98,
5 press ESC and let Win98 quit installing, it will lead to a drive letter of you CDROM (say D or E as the case may be)
6 insert the CD that has the KILLDISK DOS utility
7 Run the program by typing KILLDISK at the CD drive letter prompt.
8 Read all the options available there...and kill the drive in which you had VistaOS/Win7 (C)...this will make all you C: drive sectors to "0"
i.e. it will wipe your C: drive clean and u can start with a clean slate....
if u r not concerned with the data in you disk...wipe all drives and disks in the PC....a 20GB disk will take aprox 1 hr to finish
for all this u must have the BIOS enabled to boot from CDROM drive...
once killdisk has finished doing the wiping process....
insert the Vista or Xp cd and install either...in the partition option make 3 or more partitions....C, D, E of at least 30 GB min for each...as Win7 will take aprox 18 GB....
in C: drive install Vista or XP as the case may be.....
once done....let the system boot and let it load Vista or XP
once in Desktop you can insert the Win7 cd and install it on the D or E: drive....the CDROM drive letter will change accordingly....when you make the partition....so be carefull to
Hello You answered your problem my friend Its a ram problem,try to take out the corrupted ram ( slot1) and start your computer. Generally this Stop message indicates that a kernel-mode process or driver
attempted to access a memory address to which it did not have
permission to access. The most common cause of this error is an
incorrect or corrupted pointer that references an incorrect location in
memory. . When it occurs
in kernel mode, it generates a STOP 0x0000000A message. If you
encounter this error while upgrading to a newer version of Windows, it
might be caused by a device driver, a system service, a virus scanner,
or a backup tool that is incompatible with the new version.
Hi supertwins, Once you deleted the drive C: (You have trashed the operating system. You're Asus driver CD will not help you at this stage. Did you receive a restore CD? If yes you load that into the CDROM drive & boot to the CDROM. (You do not have a restore CD)? Than you are left with the Windows CD. Load the windows CD into the CD-ROM drive. Power up the notebook. Start pressing the F8 key on the keyboard. Soon you will see a screen that says: Please select boot device: Choose the CD-ROM drive that has the windows CD in it. High light the CDROM & press enter key. Windows should start to load. Follow the instructions on you're screen & install windows. During the install windows will restart & you will see: to load from CD press any key... (DO NOT TOUCH anything! Allow windows to continue all by it's self. This same screen will come up at lease twice. (Just let it go). When windows has finished you can than remove the windows CD & load the Asus CD into the notebook. Install all the software on the Asus CD. When finished installing the software from Asus, update windows through windows update service.
Just check to make sure that the CD-ROM drive has all its cords properly attatched. It sounds like there is either a driver conflict of some sort or a power failire in your system causing the BIOS to restart the machine. Check all power cables and if you recently updated the driver to the drive, roll it back. If your problem is still not sorted, try disconnecting the floppy drive or something from the mother board and power, see if the power supply is being overloaded. Or, you may need to simply purchase a new CD-ROM drive, would probabaly be your best bet.
A couple of things to check/try:
1. Make sure your video card (if using one) and the memories are properly seated to their slots. Do an R & R (remove, reinstall). It might also be a good idea to clean the little gold edge connectors;
2. Reset your CMOS/BIOS by using the onboard jumper near the battery. Restore to original position after reset;
3. Double check your master/slave jumper on both the HD and CD;
Hope this be of some idea/help. Post back how things turn up or should you need further information.
Good luck and kind regards.