Question about Foxconn 661FX7MF-S Motherboard
I am having multiple problems. First I connected the montherboard and everything on it and booted it and it could not install windows XP, it said can't read hard drive. So I installed the hard drive on to another computer and install windows that way, and even install a couple games. Everything worked great. Then I take the hard drive and put it back into the 661FX7MJ and then I started getting problems again. When I can get it to start windows and then tries to install the new device drivers, when I restart to install it doesn't start windows anymore and have to try couple times again to get it to start. Then I have the same problem and it tries to install drivers. Sometimes it doesn't read the hard drive at all. What should I do? I feel I have tried it all. I put windows XP CD and boot off that but it seems to get issues with that also.
Are you using a 40 lead cable or a 80 pin, you should have 80 for the harddrive and 40 for the cdrom, so they are not interchangable, and you have to have 80 for th eharddrive
IE 40 and 80 both have 40 pins, but 80 has twice as many wires in the cable
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