Question about ASUS CUV-NT (CUVNTWOTVWOV) Motherboard
Check your master /slave jumper settings. have you have moved devices around your cables? set your boot sequence in the bios. Is there and OS on one of your disks? are they formated?
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
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