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New MOBO boot problems

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by MchaelZ, May 18, 2010.

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  1. MchaelZ

    MchaelZ Thread Starter

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    i just replaced my MOBO in my home computer. after replacing MOBO i got verifing DMI data pool. when i try to load windows 7 disk i get this error.

    trap 0000042e exception
    tr=FFFF cr0=00000000 cr3=00600060 gdt limit=007F base=0001F000 idt limit=07FF base=F08000000

    cs :eip=0006:00000050 ss:esp=0060:000003F6 errcode=0000 flags=00000000 nocy nozr intdis down trapdis
    eax=0000042C ebx=00000001 ecx=0000000D edx=00000000 ds=0310 es=13BC edi=0CED0040 esi=02100000 ebp=00000CD9 cr0=00000000 fs=0060 gs=0060

    after some searching i have found out that there is a block/restricted the HD. or atleast i think thats the problem any help would be great thanks!!

    Gigabyte EP43-UD3L
    Intel® Core™2 Quad Processor Q8200
    windows 7
     
  2. TekTime

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    So, when you replaced the motherboard did you reinstall Windows or did you just use the hard drive that has the Windows installation with the new mobo?

    If you didn't reinstall Windows, that is your issue.

    http://www.time4tech.com/article11.html

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    By the way, what was your previous motherboard make and model?
     
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