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Prog not starting up

Have a 85661FXM-RZ mobo that starts up but will not go into windows. Keeps reporting "Start windows normally" etc... Yet the HD will start in the other comp. Solution needed asap!!!

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    hey aceltix

    many thanx. I needed a newer version and it worked a treat.

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Hello
its is a quite coomon problem,and the cause can be both the hdd and the windows itself.
if you said that the hdd is ok,try to install a new version of windows
for me iit worked almost all the time.
but to be sure first check the cable settings in the computer,all the connection,check the ramm dims and the bios setiings.if all seem to be normal,try a fres windows.it will fix your problems.120%:)
the registers of your windows are damaged and thats why you need a new version..
bye bye

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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