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Asrock motherboard can't boot

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Leafconkerdalek, Jan 26, 2011.

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  1. Leafconkerdalek

    Leafconkerdalek Thread Starter

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    Hi please help I got a refurbished pc from a computer shop the other day and it's been working fantastically. By a few days later when I was modifying system folders for a program the computer froze for a little bit and then closed saying there's been a Majer problem. I got a blue screen which told me to restate my pc of this was the 1st time I had this problem. So I did. Now I get the asrock boot menu and it dosnt do much behind that, if I leave it to see if it boots up it changes screen and tells me to put in something for instant flash which I don't have. I press F2 to run set up but I don't know what to do from there, it's new so I don't care if it means wiping the memory to get it fixed. Just please tell me what to do.

    I have a advent pc with windows xp media centre edition, it has a asrock G31M-GS R2.0/G31M-S R2.0 motherboard

    Sorry for bad spelling, having to use phone for this.
    Thanks
     
  2. Chill3rek

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    To be honest i had the same problem. What i suggest, Re-do the windows. Get a new fresh copy. I dont want to promote Piracy. But its always that option. But more or less the best option is buying a new copy.
     
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    Its not an option and please do not suggest this on any future posts
     
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