Then i removed my older HDD and tired to install XP on new HDD same problem i faced
is there anyone can help me to solve this problem?
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I would not bother with this and just replace the drive. Take it back to where you bought it and exchange it for a GOOD drive. Very abnormal activity for a HD. Perhaps weak electronics.
In that case i would think that either the battery on the motherboard is weak and you are losing the bios settings every time the computer is shut off, or windows has a corrupt file in the system. The motherboard you can try replacing the cmos battery on it and if that does not cure it you may need to think about replacing the motherboard.
If its windows then a clean install may cure the problem. You have not said that is has been happening from the very beginning. I doubt that it's windows because you say the same thing is happening with 2 installs of XP.
There is a off chance that both HD's could have problems. I would also go to the Asus website and check to see if anyone else complains about the same thing. Also see if there are newer SATA drivers you can install.
Edited by muhammad jamil, 14 April 2008 - 01:34 AM.
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