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Problem when i'm booting up ,it tell me that it an unknown flash type n GRUB loading stage 1.5 GRUB loading, please wait..... error 17

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Thanks i gonna try this one ...

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Try to re update that bios ok flooppies or flash

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IT seems to be a virus

please get a antivirus software I highly recommend avast home

do a full boot time scan with it.

Jul 09, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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How to remove grub prompt?

Turn off your computer.

Insert the Windows XP Installation CD that came with your machine.

or borrow one

Turn your computer back on. It will auto-detect the CD.

Type "R" to load the Recovery Console when prompted.

When you see a cursor flashing, type "fixmbr" (no quotes). Press "Enter."

Type "exit" (no quotes). Press "Enter."

Follow the onscreen instructions to restart your machine.

hope this helps

Oct 02, 2012 | ASUS P4T533 Motherboard

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This computer has Windows XP freshly loaded with all Service Packs. Occasionally the boot up process stops at the Dragon flash screen. Then I shut off the computer, wait a few hours. Then it may boot up...

If your CMOS battery is not retaining your system setting you will see this problem...One way to know if this your problem is to go into setup and check the system time, also stopping at the Flash screen
it could be waiting for user input...You could try changing your setting from stop on error to not stop
on error

Feb 08, 2011 | Soyo KT600 Dragon Plus Motherboard

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GA-EP43-UD3L Reboots while loading Windows

its due to bios problem , upgrage bios from biostar web

Oct 26, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-EP43-UD3L Motherboard

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At boot with a new motherboard I am getting unknown bios error error number E120

Open your manual to page 40. Follow the instruction shown for; Load Performance Defaults.
If you are still unable to get the bios to load properly contact ECS for a new updated bios chip or you can flash the bios your self. See page 9 for location of bios jumper. Note: bios chip is to the left of JP1.
BIOS - Support Intel CPU E2160 & E1200 (Latest update)
See "related links", How to use flash utility?

Good luck!

Oct 07, 2009 | ECS 945P-A (V3.0) Motherboard

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Will not go beyond the boot screen at startup, pressing F2 or F12 does not respond

2 ways to try
1) Boot in safe mode F8 key while booting. if possible right click C:\ properties tools open error check tick small box to fix errors and reboot Windows on reboot will check disk for errors and fix them then restart.
2) Reinstall windows in repair mode
After all drivers etc loaded windows will ask what you want to do install, repair etc press R key for repair and follow instructions

Nov 05, 2008 | HP Vectra VL400 P3 Skt 370 Motherboard...

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May be a bios problem

Sounds like it is a hard disk issue. Corrupted MBR. Or missing Boot Loader. Your partition must be Fat32 since Win98 won't recognize NTFS. Try running chkdsk if not successful than repartition and format. BIOS is OK since you stated it will install windows. Corrupted BIOS won't allow pc to load. From a win98 bootdisk choose not to load cd. From the dos prompt type FDISK /Status If more than 1 partition check active partition settings.

Nov 05, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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CMOS Error

If your CMOS batt is ok, then try flashing your BIOS

Jan 24, 2008 | Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard

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Failed to load to windows XP

wow yea it's looking for grub/linux i did that same thing once you need the xp install disc insert that hopefully you can get into your bios then go and set it to boot from disc restart and go through the options till you get to repair and type in fixmbr

Oct 06, 2007 | ASUS P4PE Motherboard

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