Question about EliteGroup P4VXASD (P4VXASD-R) Motherboard

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my motherboard is P4VXASD ..intel pentium4 1.4GHZ/256/400/1.75v
first..i connect new hard drive ....that was know the hard drive ..and then i close the power and open ,there have appear Bios,checksum error and hang for long time.... i shut down the power and open again but there was nothing appear ...someone said to me i need to install floopy drive and start-up disk..but i don't have then because i can't buy for that cause of some cases ..so pls help me for this anyone who read this message ..pls and i'm really really thank for that ....

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You installed the new drive and dont make it the primary master. change the booting squence in the bios.

if the bios does not appear during startup. take out the new drive first. then install it again as a 2ndary slave.

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Hi,

You need a floppy drive and a startup disk, because that is the only thing that the motherboard will read (i think) in that kind of problem. But ok if you really dont have that items, try this disconnect all the motherboard connectors, like IDE, SATA, & POWERSUPPLY, also temporarily remove all hardware cards connected on motherboard like, Modem, LAN, Video Card, etc. Then you also need to remove the CMOS Battery, its like a silver coin on your motherboard, and also the Processor & Memory. Simple NO DEVICE MUST BE CONNECTED on your motherboard. Then just let your motherboard rest for alteast 1hr or 2hrs. After that, then assemble again your Computer. Be sure you know how to put it back together.

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Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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