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Re: New computer does not boot up
Enter in to the BIOS setup by pressing "delete key" or "F2 " change for the boot device priority (boot device order) .. make it in order something like removable disk,harddisk ,cd roms.. after that try booting it up ... before that check whether the harddisk & other devices are detected or not in bios ... if it is not detected then you went wrong in connecting some where ... just make it sure & do it
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attach power and data cables, use a new data cable. check that the hdd pwers up when the pc is switched on. as the machine boots up go into the bios and check whether it is detected there. There might be an option in bios to switch between IDE mode and native SATA mode.
without changing in bios just go into it and then press F10 to save and exit. If the drive does not show up then restart and re-enter bios then change the forementioned option to the other stting and press F10 again to save and exit. You should be lucky hopefully.
If this procedure does not give any joy check that your drive is compatible with your board. If it is a newer drive it may well need to have jumpers adjusted to set it to SATA2,which is what that board used I believe.
check your jumper settings. You can probably view jumper diagram online. Make sure all drivers are downloaded and up to date. Try placing windows installation disc in before booting pc. Also check boot setting to make sure hardrive boots second and cd boots first. Also make sure your hard drive jumper is set to master.
1) unplug power cord for 10 minutes Then when booting 2)Try setting your BIOS back to default 3) Remove all fittings on M/board except foot Video and memory. Including hard drive DVD CD etc and see if computer boots if it does try fitting others one at a time (with computer off of course )rebooting each time These are only some suggestions to define if M/board is OK