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Problem with SATA HDD

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Can't seem to get my new setup to boot up off of the new sata hdd. It was going according to plan until windows setup rebooted and now runs a continuous loop of agony that i cant seem to figure out a work around to. It runs

1. continuous loop of installations if i have the cdrom set as first bood device.
2. if i set the first boot device to the hdd it continuously restarts.

I have ran windows on the system using the old ide hd, I think the new hd might be bad. Now that i think about it i probably should have gotten some sort of command prompt the first time i booted it up but i didn't.

Is anyone an expert at this that could shed some light on my problem?

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