Question about ASUS A8V-VM SE (MB-A8VVMSE) Motherboard
Go into your bios settings make sure your hard drive is set to IDE and make sure secure boot isnt on. You could just try resetting to default.
Also check your ram. Take out one then the other. This usually happens when Windows loads the files it is about to install into the ram. It takes up a lot of space and could cause faulty ram to overload.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds stupid but I have seen it happen. Make sure the cd in the first in the boot sequence in the set up. If that dont work make your c drive first. Give it a shot, may work..I love asus
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
Looks like your CD-ROM or DVD-ROM is damadged or flat cabel that connect it to Motherboard.
Replace it (Optical drive or flat cable) and you should be able to run from CD.
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Posted on Jun 25, 2009
The first thing is to make sure that your CD/DVD drive has the windows disk in it. Also check drive C which is where the windows will be installed. It may require that it is hard formated. Hard formatted means "format x /u" [format-space-drive to be formatted-space-right slash-u]. This will place the drive for "windows xp sp2", all of it, to one pass of zeroes. So, once we have a clean drive C and the installation disc is inserted into the CD/DVD drive, you may proceed to install. You will need to find "install" or "setup" and start it on he "RUN" mode. Any questions or help get back to me. CONSTANTIN (arzconst)
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
If you are running anything from windows XP upwards inc Vista
then you must re-install the operating system when you change the motherboard.
From your description that is the problem you are encountering.
You could place your windows disc in the cd rive and tell the computer to boot from that and try a "repair install"
If successful you will loose no date but will be asked to re-register with microsoft.
If your windows disk is original and not meant for an OEM computer that will not be a problem
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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