Verifying DMI Pool DATA error...

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n79ford

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Alright so starting boot I get this error.


I dont know what started it it just does it. it starts off with verifying dmi pool data then it just goes to 10 lines of 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 ect ect. Anyone got an idea?





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Triple6

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You don't have any CD or floppy disc in the drive do you?

Try using the Clear CMOS jumper on the motherboard to reset the CMOS settings. Then enter the BIOS settigns and load the defualts. Also make sure to run the IDE HArd drive detection and make sure the hard drive is detected.
 

n79ford

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Could this be why in device manager one of the hard drives that i have installed sometimes needs to be re-activated?
 

Triple6

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It could be a hard drive is failing , check to make sure all the connections are secure and that is jumpered correctly as Master and Slave.
 
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