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jr chambers

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OK I'm still at it on this one, contacted the motherboard manufacturer and was told to try another processor, while i have not tried a processor or another hdd(fresh with no os) i don't feel that either is faulty as if the cpu was bad would it even boot to bios? right? also i used the ubcd and tested the cpu and it run the test just fine. so my question to you is how can a cpu cause windows not to load, if the cpu is bad i thought the system just will not boot at all or act really strange. I'm only having the windows problem...
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not really sure if i should post this way but to see the fix go to [http://www.msfn.org/...l#entry888470]. i used the nlite program and installed all drivers which i still believe is where my problem was. i am amitureuser there.
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    Kraków my love :)

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Cool...I'm glad, you got things sorted out :)
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