Windows boot [Solved/Closed]

- - Latest reply:  korx - Mar 14, 2010 at 07:14 AM
Hello, I had a problem with my old MB so I replaced it, but now I got new Gigabyte GA-EP41-UD3L.
now my problem is that I can get to bios with no problem. I can install Windows again no problem, but PC can't boot from HDD.
On a first try I sucessfully booted up from HDD and PC worked fine, but than again I got the MB screen there just for like 45sec and nothin is happening.
So I tried to boot up from CD, I just didn't.
So everything works I tried all your tests and no result. Computer is slow and can't boot up...
When I get afer the MB screen there's : Verifying DMI Pool Data and nothing than it switches to boot up from CD.

I even tried Win 7 enterprise 64bit...no result.


Please can anybody help me?
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Hello,
Please note that Windows Vista and Windows 7 requires SATA hard drive!

IF you have a new motherboard it's better to use a new SATA hard drive then install Windows on it

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Ok but still I've got the Win XP there doesn't matter if it's SATA or not...
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Looks like I've solved it....I'll change HDD.