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Does not boot to floppy/cdrom/ or hdd

I loaded the fail safe default settings and when it boots, it gets to listing all the devices but does not continue to boot to floppy/cdrom/ or hdd. it stops right there and goes no further.

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  • Roman Sulejewski Jun 07, 2008

    I just mounted the board tonight because the old board developed leaky capacitors and fried a 2nd power supply.

    All cables and pin connectors connected correctly according to the manual and fully seated.

    Thanks for trying.


  • Roman Sulejewski Jun 07, 2008

    BTW. I even used the jumper to clear the bios and start fresh, still no luck.

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Have you booted into BIOS to see if your drives are recognized there?

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Please check in the bios that is first bootable device is hdd

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Check ur hdd and cd rom cables , r they okay or may be even loosen from the board.feel frree for further assistance.bye

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