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Gigabyte GA-71XE Motherboard woes

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Zzamm, Sep 10, 2000.

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  1. Zzamm

    Zzamm Thread Starter

    Sep 10, 2000

    Bought a GA-71XE w/ an AMD Thunderbird 800MHz CPU and 128MB PC 133 PC 100 RAM. New ATX powersupply. I can not get any drive to boot. Neither the floppy nor the internal Hard Drive seem to respond correctly. What am I doing wrong?

    All I get is [Searching for Boot Record From Floppy...Not Found] and [Searching for Boot Record From IDE-0...OK] then, [invalid system disk].

    To the best of my ability, I have checked & re-checked all the BIOS settings and board jumpers to no avail. Nothing I've done seems to make a difference. Have tried a variety of "known to be good boot floppies".

    The HDs, CD-ROMs and Floppy were fine in my old PC but I can't seem to get them to work.

    Please respond ASAP. I'm desperate!!!

    Thanks in Advance
  2. Macky


    Jan 11, 2000
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