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F12 boot menu switch freezed

I have a Gigabyte GA-G31MX-S2 MB and when I hit F12, the boot menu is Freezed on HDD and can't change to CDROM for example

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You can press del or F2 key to go for BIOS then you can go to the BOOT MENU to change the boot device. Select First boot device and change it to the CD-ROM then press on F10 to save the changes. Please restart the computer then your computer boots to CD-ROM.

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SOURCE: lost my motherboad CD for Gigabyte model Number GA-M61PM-S2

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You might need to change your bios settings from ide to sata. Have you already checked the bios settings? If everything is in order you might have a bad board. What have you tried so far?

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reset your bios inside your pc its a big watch battery take it out for 10 15 min then put back it if that does not work take out the battery again and if you see neer your battery was ther should be a small jumper its usually black and its plugged in your board it also should have 3 pins to plug it in when you take it out plug it in the next 2 pins (the miffle one will plug in aswell then put it back in the first pins again put battery back in an try to boot it should work...

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SOURCE: I have a Gigabyte GA-945GM-S2

You could use and USB keyboard to make these changes, to enter BIOS setup, please follow this steps:

1. When the power is turned on, press the button during the BIOS POST (Power-On Self Test) will
take you to the CMOS SETUP screen
2. Go to Advanced BIOS features.
3. Go to First boot device,

(Use or to select a device, then press to move it up, or to move it down the list. Press
to exit this menu).
4. Press F10 to save your changes.

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I have a problem with my computer.when i want to install windows, the windows can not detect any hard drive on my computer.the mb gigabyte ga-945gzm-s2


attach power and data cables, use a new data cable. check that the hdd pwers up when the pc is switched on. as the machine boots up go into the bios and check whether it is detected there. There might be an option in bios to switch between IDE mode and native SATA mode.

without changing in bios just go into it and then press F10 to save and exit. If the drive does not show up then restart and re-enter bios then change the forementioned option to the other stting and press F10 again to save and exit. You should be lucky hopefully.
If this procedure does not give any joy check that your drive is compatible with your board. If it is a newer drive it may well need to have jumpers adjusted to set it to SATA2,which is what that board used I believe.

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When you turn on the computer and BIOS just begins to load, the computer will display something like..." Press (some key) to enter Setup". This key is usually "DEL", "F12", or something like that. This would bring you to the BIOS Setup Menu. Explore the options there, there's an option for boot device order. Make sure that CD comes before HDD. Of course, your CD must be bootable in order for it to actually boot.

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Help with drivers ga m61pm s2 problem on Gigabyte GA-M61PM-S2 ... NIC looks all right in device manager, but I cannot get to the network or my server


here is the link to your drivers for you mainboard

http://www.gigabyte.lv/products/page/mb/ga-m61pm-s2/download/

i don't know what OS ur running so i can't help more if possible please provide as much details as you can so i can help u with your problem

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My Gigabyte GA-945GZM-S2 motherboard is not detecting any CD/DVDROM attached to the ide port. it is also not detecting the rom in bios. cable and rom ate both working fine there have been tested on other...


IF THERE IS ANOTHER IDE PORT FOR A SECONDARY DRIVE i WOULD TRY TO SWITCH OVER TO IT . IF NOT THE MOBO MAY HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THE IDE PORT. VEIRFIED THAT THE DRIVES ARE CORRECT AND TRY TO CHANGE THE BOOT ORDER IN BIOS .

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Gigabyte 945 gzm s2 doesn`t recognize HDD Western Digital 320 GB


You might need to change your bios settings from ide to sata. Have you already checked the bios settings? If everything is in order you might have a bad board. What have you tried so far?

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I recommend that you formatt your HDD to a FAT32 system probably by using another pc then you should also ensure that your bios is setup for the appropriate operating system. maybe just download the appropriate bios files off the gigabyte web site.

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