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Win 2000 Pro Constant Reboot...No Way Out......

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:blink: My Super Micro P4SAA based computer is also now stuck in a never ending Reboot Loop. A New HDD is only recognized if it's not Jumped At All, and it's GAME OVER when a fresh Installation Routine hits the "Corrupted DMIO.SYS file" message. Setup has failed.
My Entire Computer (costing a few Grand) is now Junk.
All RAM is good, HDDs are good, CPU is good, Cables are good. I'm suspecting a faulty controller or other Motherboard component perhaps, although the BIOS Setup Menu detects the peripherals just fine.
I removed the BIOS battery for 40 seconds to clear it...no difference.
Can someone Please HELP ? Thanks :whistling: :help:
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