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I have windows7 installed in my laptop.......the problem occurs when i partitioned a drive using windows7......after showing motherboard screen it just shows a black screen and does,t proceed further...i reinstalled windows7 but the problem persists

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Ur windows is corruptes, refornate ur drive through an xp cd

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I guess your gonna reinstall Windows, is it showed up as unallocated space ?

I've it is, format it to NTFS, and your done.
You can now use this partition.

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First delete all the partitions of your hard drive and create new partitions (if you have important files saved on the hard drive, you have to connect it on another computer and save them on another hard drive, otherwise you'll loose everything.). Format all the newly created partitions (full format) and install the Windows, that'll fix your problem.

This problem happens when hard drive has corrupted sectors (bad sectors), corrupted partitions or sometimes virus. On the other hand, ram could be the cause of the problem. It's also important to check and clean the motherboard.

If your hard drive is more than 5 years old, formatting and recreating new partitions will not help. In that case, you have to replace the hard drive.



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I need to be able to install my sata drive it pluged in doesnt show in screen huh?


Link to motherboard specs:
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Have you checked the bios to see if hard-drive is listed?
If you are looking in windows "My Computer".
Hard drive will not show if no partition is on it.
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Blue screen error occured when start os installation after create partition,


The blue screen during reformatting is not an issue with the motherboard. The issue is with the hard drive. Find or purchase a new hard drive and try to reinstall Windows on the new drive.

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