Question about ASUS P4VP-MX Motherboard
If you still have your manual open to page 1-15 section 1.11
Set the bios jumper to pins 2&3 for a few seconds. Than move the jumper back to pins 1&2 (Normal). Boot your system & enter the bios menu. Reset all your settings, save & exit. If you still receive a blue screen chances are there is an issue with your hard disk drive or another device within the system. You can also try pressing the F5 key during boot up & choose Safe mode with command prompt. C:\space fixmbr press enter
If you are unable to do anything you'll have no choice but to reinstall windows. Blue screens usually show an error message of sorts.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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