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MSI - 845GLMS (MS-6754) powers off

I recently purchased a replacement for a friend and cannot get a boot, locks on blue screen 0x0000007b, yada yada, tried different power supply, different RAM, different HD's, no luck please help

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  • JaredSims Feb 18, 2008

    i can't get the xp startup cd to finish because it powers off with out notice if do the boot from cd, but i can leave it on as long as i like, as long as i'm not doing the install. (example the bios menu, or flopp boot to A:)

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Http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=manual&maincat_no=1&prod_no=522
Link to board.
Manual: http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?func=downloadfile&dno=3640&type=manual
This error message may occur if the primary disk group identity of the hard disk does not match the primary disk group identity that is stored in the registry. There wasn't anything wrong with your memory or PSU. (not the cause for blue screen).
If there is data on the primary drive than slave it into another system & copy the data to another drive or CD. The most common data to copy. My Documents, Favorits, Desktop. Users name(jeff), open Application Data, copy Identities. open Mocrosoft, copy Address Book.
What is needed is a fresh install of windows. You can either boot to windows through the cdrom & quick format before install or use the hard drive's utility disk software or CD/iso bootable's to redo the drive. I understand this is a replacement board & one would think that re-connecting everything the system should just boot but from time to time widows gets trashed in the prosses. Though the quick formatt is faster I prefer to use the Mfg's bootable ISO to make a bootable CD. Here you can also check the drive & MBR & pick size & even FAT type.
The choice's are up to you. Just make sure the bios is seeing the drive correctly.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso Feb 19, 2008

    When the system is runnng like you mentioned, no computing power is needed. When doing an install of say Windows the CPU is working like a dog. If your CPU overheats it's going to shut down the system. Did you check the pins on the CPU & make sure there where no pins bent before installing into the socket?

    When you put in this replacment board did you clean the CPU & heatsink from old thermal grease (Using Alcohol)? Did you check the heatsink for deep scratches (can cause exessive heat), & clean the heatsink's fins & CPU fan? Did you add new thermal grease to the heat sink? Lastly there is a 4-Pin ATX-12v connector on the board, loacted just behind the PS2 keyboard & mouse. That suppllies power for CPU. The 20 pin main ATX does not have enough power to support the CPU. This has nothing to do with your blue screen from before.

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