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Booting problem sir, i am faruq from india, i have a motherboard asus k8v-mx, before 2 days i flashed my bios, then it restart automatically, after restarts it does not boot my xp, but it sows present in bios. sir please help me to solve this problem, thanx in advance

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  • kallan Jul 13, 2008

    sir, after this problem i reset my bios several times, but no answer. i can reinstall my xp, but after installation it doesnt load xp, i tried this with a samsung sata with onother msi mother board and install that hard drive in to my asus motherboard, then once it booted normally, after shut down my system it does not boot xp, my onboard audio doesnt work, it is an onother problem i am facing with my mother board. please help me..

  • kallan Jul 15, 2008

    thanx sir, i changed the battery now. now i am messaging you by my k8vmx board, thax a lot, god bless u..



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Best thing u can do is this. Follow the Instruction below: REMEMBER TO DISCONNECT FROM MAINS 1ST

1 Carefuly open your pc
2 on motherboard there is a lithum battery
3 remove this battery
4 wait about 5min. THIS WILL CLEAR YOUR BIOS
6 now switch ur pc on


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If you have flashed your BIOS, you need to go into bios and select load optimised or default settings, reboot then go into bios and check the boot order of the HDD to ensure the HDD with the OS is the first boot drive

post back results and I will try to assist you more.

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  • Dave Jul 14, 2008

    You cannot easily move an installation from 1 motherboard to another.

    Drivers etc are different and also the XP may detect the hardware changes and require reactivation.

    Does the BIOS clok stay accurate after a power down? If not then perhaps the BIOS battery is dead causing any changes to the boot orderto be lost.

  • Dave Jul 16, 2008

    great to hear we could assist you



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