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Not booting up

Purchased this motherboard as a bundle with cpu already fitted. Once all connected i can only get to the first stage where it asks to start normally or in the last known best settings. nothing will boot it up but works perfectly once reconnected to my old board again from the same page. i am running XP pro with sp2. what am i missing, is there something i should be doing or have done?

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If you are using the same HDD from your old PC then you will have to do a format/overlay install due to the boards being so different.
Best to use your old board if possible, backup all the data you want, then do a clean install with the new board/cpu combo.

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The OS doesn't like all the changes that were made. To keep people from cloning hard drives and putting them in whatever machine they want, microsoft winxp recognizes even subtle changes, upgraded cpu, memory video cards etc.

  1. put the hard drive in the old machine
  2. run link
  3. Software
  4. click on Installed Program
  5. click on licenses
  6. .click on report
  7. quick report licenses html
  8. click on print
  9. select page 1
These are the key codes for your machine,
now put hard drive in new machine, boot with xp pro cd and choose repair option. re-enter key code when prompted and telephone Microsoft in activation wizard.

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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