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FORMATING HD Hai , I want to forma the my HD.problem is i installed dual os in this.when i am trying to format it's not getting i can format this.also pls let me know how i can format in dos mb is intel D845EPI

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You need a ultility like PartitionMagic, that will allow several partitions in several formats, operating system. (Important) Make sure you get PartitionMagic compatible with your operating system.

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I have a gigabyte motherboard ga-z77x-ud3h, a new system install a samsung SSD with the OS loaded to it Windows 7 (64bit) ultimate and a 2TB hard drive that is not displayed in windows, however both drives...

Hello here is the homepage for the mainboard:

If you choosed to install windows in ahci mode, you have to make this setting again in order to boot correctly from the drive.

Is the 2 tb hd visible in the bios ?

If so you have to format the drive in the windows system when running, in order to use the drive.
A format of a drive can also be done when installing windows.
If the hd drive is brand new its not formated.

A youtube video will show you how you do this:

Remember also to use the ahci setting first for this drive
in the bios ( if available )
Remember also to format the drive in NTFS file system.
Also remember a format will erase ALL files on the hd drive.

Good luck

Sep 15, 2013 | Gigabyte Motherboards

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Run only win 98.get's blue screen when trying to install win xp,vista on win7

you get this message when there is some hardware which is incompatible or fails / crashes during the installation of OS since you have tried a different hard disk already it cannot be that so try with a different Ram or update bios / replace motherboard.

Feb 10, 2012 | Abit Motherboards

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Bios cant read a 500GB HD

p4vm800 fsb mb solution- format hard disk in another compter and install window (os) on your hard disk .
connect with your motherboard ,turn on computer press bios entering key ( f2 or del ) . after entering the bios set up set as defalt . install window (os).

Aug 18, 2011 | Asrock P4VM800 Motherboard

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P4VM800M7 Motherboard: Hai. I have lost my motherboard CD.I want to forma...

Here is a link, where you will find everything related to this motherboard. Drivers, Manuals, Specifications etc.
  • once you have clicked the following link
  • look at the bottom of the page
  • you will find download drivers button, Manual, Bios firmware.

Thanks :)

May 18, 2010 | Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard

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I can't get Vista Ultimate set up to recognize my WD 1TB HDD in a new build. Is this a software problem or problem with the HDD. I get the short beep at BIOS start up so I don't think its with the...

Few steps to check your harddisk status on the motherboard would resolve this issue. Checkin to the cmos setup and look for the detection of the HDD and the size it shows once you have done a formating.

Vista 64 bit shows issues at times while installing a new SATA 1TB HDD. Check if the 1TB HDD is installed on to SATA 0.

Use a WD Disk Manager and format the HDD initially and then try install Vista on to it. Else if this doesnt work on the system, Put the HD on to another working system and Format it with NTFS File system and try installing Vista.. You will be successful. Good Luck.

Feb 13, 2010 | Gigabyte GA-MA785GPMT-UD2H AM3 AMD 785G...

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Boot error always

Hello sir, hi your boot error can be caused by the following:
  1. Your IDE hard disk is not the first boot, and wrong available boot on the bios. Check your BIOS setup for proper boot device.
  2. Your IDE hard disk has bad serctors, since its P4, I estimate your drive to be 8 years or more. You may need to format the hard drive again and reinstall your OS (windows XP).
  3. IF your HD cannot be formated, or no amount of windows installation can be done on the disk, its time to replace it.
  4. Your IDE cannot be detected by the motherboard. check your BIOS configuration for proper hard disk setup.
  5. Your IDE hard drive and your CD drive are both master or both slave, set the hard disk to master and the CD drive to slave. The settings can be seen on the case of the HD and CD drive.
  6. Your IDE ribbon cable is bad.
  7. Your 4 pin molex power cable to the HD is loose.
If I miss out something, please let me know. thanks.

Nov 08, 2009 | ASUS P4S8X-X Motherboard

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a bad power supply or a hairline crack in the mobo

Jun 04, 2009 | ASUS (P4BGV-MX) Motherboard

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Well I'm one of you guys so you can bet I was confused, this is a computer problem installing XP SP3 on my PC.

clean install ............. floppy... fdisk deleting all partitions first.... and then making a partition of the whole disk.. then formatting.... then do the install and of course ntfs.... and see how that goes


Sep 01, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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I bought used d600 and need to format it

you can do the following.

D drive can be formatted from windows itself. open my computer. right click and click format and follow instructions.

But C cannot be formatted from windows as it contains files that would be in use.To format C insert the windows(OS) CD and restart. change boot option. this can be done by pressing F4 or F8 while the system starts. now cahnge boot device to cd. now follow the instructions to load the OS(windows) and install it in C. Select quick format or format and you are done. All previous data and the OS would be deleted and the drive would be formatted and the new OS would be installed. If You want to keep your previous files, select keep files system intact while the procedure is being run.

Dec 30, 2007 | Dell (04U621) for Latitude D600, Inspiron...

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Format a corrupt system without 98 bootable


Basically yes. You need to remove the HD from the PC without any bootable devices and install it as a slave to a second PC preferably also Win98.
You can then proceed to format the HD (as FAT32) of the 1st PC on the 2nd PC. Sys that HD to transfer system files and make it active. To facilitate installation of the OS, create a folder on that HD and copy the Win98SE installer files into it. Remove that HD from the 2nd PC and reinstall on the 1st PC. Power and it will boot into Dos.  Go inside the folder where the OS installers are and run "setup".

Alternately, you can just clone the HD of the 2nd PC to the corrupt HD of the 1st PC after format  /s. Just make sure that you still have the Win98SE installers copied to the corrupt HD.

Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things went or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Oct 24, 2007 | Dell (6G040) Motherboard

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