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Windows problems hy i have a problem with the motherbord and i change it with ASROCK K7S41GX. I installed correctly, but after the boot, ask me if start in safe mode, safe mode with command promp, ... I select all the variants , but everytime, the windows not started and the systems reboot, What can i do?

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Windows keeps a record of the serial and/or model number of your motherboard when Windows is installed. If windows tries to start and senses that the number(s) of the motherboard are different, Windows refuses to start. You have to use your Windows installation disk and run the Windows Setup. If you have WinXP or Win2K you might be able to just run the "Repair" function, so try that first. If that does not work, run the complete Windows Installation. So long as you do NOT allow Windows setup to partition your Hard Drive, and you do NOT install Windows to a new directory (folder)... then Windows -should- retain all of your programs, personal settings, desktop picture, etc.

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