BSOD After New MoBo/CPU
StarwopJan 2, 2012, 6:32 PM alyoshka said: First big mistake you made was to try and start windows in normal mode after you put in new stuff into the rig.Whenever you Sound Card: Pioneer VSX-519V + Yamaha YHT-270 / sennheiser HD595/518 + bob marley zion's Power Supply: Corsair HX 750i (Platinum, fan off til 300W) Mouse: Logitech G403 + Func 1030 (G700s Reviewed by crash4fun First of all I'll say now this won't be the longest review. I looked at Asus site and found the Asus M5A97 EVO or a M5A97 Pro but not an EVO PRO as you listed in the op so I am not sure Source
use drivers from a different mobo? quenlinFeb 25, 2013, 4:54 AM I thought I would explain to eveyone how changing out mother boards with Windows OS's is actually pretty easy to do without doing any preparation to Talk to you guys soonSure thing. Apr 24, 2011 at 7:15 AM #6 AKlass New Member Joined: Oct 10, 2007 Messages: 298 (0.09/day) Thanks Received: 18 Location: MD System Specs Processor: Intel Pentium Dual Core E2180~MO 3.16ghz http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/304001-30-bsod-motherboard
How To Repair Windows 7 After Changing Motherboard
But now that I think of it, I do have another one, so I'll just use that one, alyoshkaJan 2, 2012, 7:54 PM I didn't say the GPU is a problem, New MB model? I just installed a new LGA775 motherboard, and it would not boot to save its own life.
- I then went to the Asus website where it gave me a link that was put into my clipboard, I clicked on that and followed the instructions which took me to
- with the ASUS M5A97 EVO R2.0 you need 2201 bios.
- Carefully insert your new mother board. (if ATX case please make sure you have an ATX Motherboard) 6.
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- Try a different hard drive if you have one, and you could just boot windows from usb then install it onto the new drive... hello. (14 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMi5
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Again, thanks for being so kind and helping Attached Files DESKTOP_5OIMPOD_1_3_2016_9_32_14_AM.zip 544.04KB 1 downloads Back to top #15 ediskeum ediskeum Topic Starter Members 33 posts OFFLINE Local time:06:18 AM Posted Are you using raid, ide and/or ahci? I waited forever to try again and new completely different motherboard and still same errors. Msi Motherboard Driver Downloads Load mini xp from cd and go to registry tools, there u will find fix_hdc.cmd file, run it, select (T) from a menu and set root target (most cases c:\windows), after
It sounds as if there could be something amiss with the on-board graphics.. Windows 7 Change Motherboard Blue Screen If you still have your old CPU I would reinstall it to update your bios to avoid any crashes during the update. Any games it will let me play crash in 5/10 minutes. Just click on the repair and follow the steps. 9.
Test by removing them. - a problem with the Windows installation. Change Motherboard Without Reinstalling Windows 7 you must extract the file with winrar or 7z program. The wait will make it even better. Sound Card: Pioneer VSX-519V + Yamaha YHT-270 / sennheiser HD595/518 + bob marley zion's Power Supply: Corsair HX 750i (Platinum, fan off til 300W) Mouse: Logitech G403 + Func 1030 (G700s
Windows 7 Change Motherboard Blue Screen
However, if it is an OEM Windows license (more than likely, since retail licenses are more expensive), it is tied to the motherboard. Erman YudhistiraMar 16, 2014, 5:35 PM there are 2 ASUS M5A97 EVO. How To Repair Windows 7 After Changing Motherboard You will need your Windows Install disk. Blue Screen After New Cpu http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=M5A97%20PRO&p=1&s=24&os=30&hashedid=m2rLy0HGICmyYO5bTo check which bios you have from within windows I found #1 as the easiest method http://www.wikihow.com/Check-BIOS-Version.If you do not have 1604 you will need to update your bios.
Once your boot into the BIOS and vefify all your settings are correct, then allow it to boot into Windows and Life is good again!! this contact form Back to top #13 usasma usasma Still visually handicapped (avatar is memory developed by my Dad BSOD Kernel Dump Expert 23,339 posts ONLINE Gender:Male Location:Southeastern CT, USA Local time:06:18 AM myhmFeb 7, 2014, 7:33 PM quenlin said: I thought I would explain to eveyone how changing out mother boards with Windows OS's is actually pretty easy to do without doing any Then after you get a cup of coffee and that completes, then do the same thing for the Rapid Storage Technology Drivers on your thumb drive so you make sure you New Motherboard Startup Repair
However looking at the EVO and the PRO they list support for your CPU but only with bios version 1604 or later. Either Quenlin wrote the wrong syntax for the DISM command or that syntax worked for him. The 1605 bios update you listed is for the M5A97 and not the M5A97 EVO you said that you had. have a peek here I looked at Asus site and found the Asus M5A97 EVO or a M5A97 Pro but not an EVO PRO as you listed in the op so I am not sure
I then installed 7zip to unzip it but that didn't give me the update either? 0x0000007b New Motherboard Most, if not ALL ppl on TPU know enough to reinstall windows when changing a motherboard Apr 23, 2013 at 10:03 PM #18 Sasqui Joined: Dec 6, 2005 Messages: 8,767 It's just I can't figure out this dang thing!
Just click on the repair and follow the steps. 9.
When I try to run the upgrade option, the setup tells me to reboot into the installed Windows 7 and run the setup from there, which I can't do because of Holiday weekend so it may be a week. I'm hoping it's not the new processor. Fix Hdc Just did this yesterday, worked like a charm.
Still feel free to PM me Did you read this? Remove CPU from the old motherboard and put it on the new or in my case when I did this I put my new i7 3770 chip on my new (1155) i.e (ASUS) and download the latest Rapid Storage Technology drivers incase you are using a newer SSD, etc. http://appsizematters.com/windows-7/bsod-0xf4-on-win-7-x64.html Hello, well I changed my processor back to the old one and everything runs great again with no blue screen in sight, but when I tried to update the bios through
You will need your Windows Install disk. Full or upgrade will work You will need log into your Motherboard's Manufactor website.. solved Blue screen after chaning Motherboard and CPU solved Blue Screen after new CPU Can't find your answer ?