Boot up issue



enner100
07-10-2005, 01:40 AM
Anna Wrote:
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> enner100:
> Do this...
> 1. Install your motherboard w/processor, its heatsink, your RAM
> modules,
> your video card & monitor and power supply. (You can also connect your
> keyboard & mouse if you wish). BUT NOTHING ELSE. No hard or optical
> drives,
> no sound card, no other peripherals. Make certain these components are
> correctly installed. Read (and then read) your motherboard's manual to
> ensure that the BIOS settings are correct for your machine.
> 2. Power up. You've got to get a screen display at that point. If you
> don't,
> you go no further. You find the problem and fix it.
> 3. Assuming all seems well at this point, you install one (and only
> one!)
> component at a time and test it out and check that whatever drives you
> have
> installed are BIOS-identified . Make absolutely certain these devices
> are
> correctly connected & configured.
> 4. After all your components have been assembled and apparently
> working
> properly, boot up with your XP installation CD and perform a new
> install of
> the operating system. (I assume from what you've said that you are
> making a
> fresh install of the OS).
> 5. Assuming the OS install goes OK, install from your motherboard's
> installation CD whatever drivers are necessary.
> 6. Hopefully, you have a bootable machine at this point, but if not,
> let us
> know.
> Anna

Ok I will try all that on my day off on Thursday. Thank you


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enner100


Boot up issue