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Gang_Starr, Oct 18, 2014 #4 flavallee Frank Trusted Advisor Joined: May 12, 2002 Messages: 72,436 The motherboard is completely different now, I went from a Gigabyte mobo to ASUS. If you don’t know the model number you can use CPUID and locate the model number and manufacturer on the “Mainboard” tab: In this example, the manufacturer is MSI (Micro-Star International), Asus mb have a quick boot menu that will allow you to choose the boot device ie optical, usb, etc. Maybe F: – check it out. Check This Out

Gang_Starr, Oct 18, 2014 #2 flavallee Frank Trusted Advisor Joined: May 12, 2002 Messages: 72,436 You didn't say if the motherboard replacement was the exact same model or a different model, Toggle navigation Dowd and Associates Blog Archives Products RSS 2011-11-15T22:09:49+00:00 | Comments HowTo: Repair Windows 7 Install After Replacing Motherboard So you’ve installed a new motherboard and now your existing, installed Windows is also installed on this hd. 2. I've requested a Moderator/hardware expert to jump in and advise you. ------------------------------------------------------------- flavallee, Oct 18, 2014 #5 Gang_Starr Thread Starter Joined: Oct 7, 2014 Messages: 16 The thing is, it

Windows 7 Won't Boot After Motherboard Replacement

When Windows boots it will take a LONG time to get all the updated drivers - but hey, it booted, right? After they’ve finished downloading, you need to extract them to a folder. When I choose to boot from disk in BIOS, a message shows up like "Press any key to boot from CD" it shows up for 1 second and then the screen First read your mb manual as to the locations of these options in the bios/uefi.

Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. If so, let it try to repair automatically at least once. Delete ALL partitions on your system drive and clean install windows. 5 Install in the following order; a Instal the os b Install sp1 [unless your install disk already has sp1] Paragon Adaptive Restore 2010 After it does that, type “exit” and hit enter, then press the “Restart” button.

I requested crjdriver to jump in and advise you, so be patient and wait until he does. ----------------------------------------------------------- flavallee, Oct 18, 2014 #7 Gang_Starr Thread Starter Joined: Oct 7, 2014 Sure, no problem. Yeah, except when it only displays for one or two seconds, which has happened to me on at least two machines. why not find out more My main hard drive 650GB, ALL information is stored on this hard drive.

Go to the broken Windows 7 machine. Msi Motherboard Driver Downloads Once the data is safe, you can reinstall the disk and clean install windows. Select fast boot to disabled and select secure boot to disabled as well. Contact Us Email [email protected] Twitter @DowdAndAssoc Recent Posts HowTo: Mirror S3 Buckets HowTo: Create an IAM Role for AWS Lambda HowTo: Install Supervisor Pygoscelis Papua Linux 2017-01 AMI Update Pygoscelis Papua

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Click "Repair your computer." Status: 0xc000000e Info: The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible." I have my win7 disc, but I am not sure what to do, will Stay logged in Sign up now! Windows 7 Won't Boot After Motherboard Replacement I tried putting in my disk with windows7 to repair windows, and nothing happens. New Motherboard Startup Repair If there are no other drives, then no issue.

I choose to boot from CD in the BIOS and it just brings me back to the same "windows has failed to start. http://blightysoftware.com/windows-7/remove-os-from-boot-menu-windows-7.html You can do this by right clicking and selecting 7-Zip -> Extract to : Copy the extracted folder to a CD, thumb drive, or external USB drive. Maybe F: – check it out. At least gigabyte uses the F12 key rather than F8 Here is what I would do at this point [and in this order] 1 Go to the support page for your New Motherboard Windows 10 Won't Boot

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Choose your language settings, and the click "Next." 3. You didn't say if you have an original Windows 7 disc or a copied disc. http://blightysoftware.com/windows-7/windows-7-boot-problems.html Similar Threads - Solved Need help Need help with video card update Taim, Feb 25, 2017, in forum: Windows 7 Replies: 14 Views: 298 Cookiegal Mar 1, 2017 at 9:45 AM

You can click “no” here, and it will drop back to the window that shows your Windows hard drive. Install Drivers From Command Prompt What would happen when I connect the main hard drive back, would the two windows interfere with each other? crjdriver, Oct 18, 2014 #10 Gang_Starr Thread Starter Joined: Oct 7, 2014 Messages: 16 Ok thank you, I will try following these steps when I get home later tonight.

Reinstall the hd. 3 After you have read your mb manual, restart and enter the bios/uefi.

Was there an issue with Windows 7 in the hard drive before you replaced the motherboard? ------------------------------------------------------------ flavallee, Oct 18, 2014 #3 Gang_Starr Thread Starter Joined: Oct 7, 2014 Messages: Download whatever video driver you need from nvidia or amd; again save it on the flash drive. Come back to this point if that fails. Windows 7 Change Motherboard Blue Screen This is not even really necessary; just a neater and cleaner way to install.

You still need to post all of your exact system specs. Since it's a copied disc and not an original disc, I'm guessing that's part of the issue. You can click “no” here, and it will drop back to the window that shows your Windows hard drive. navigate here Staff Online Now valis Moderator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows 7 > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links

You will need: Your motherboard drivers. Once it boots, select your language and other things and hit next: At the bottom of the window is an option that says “repair”, click this: It will scan your drives, Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/1135661 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? gib88 replied Mar 6, 2017 at 9:31 PM window copy to another comp kamama replied Mar 6, 2017 at 9:26 PM What Are You Watching?

A 1TB hard drive that is almost completely empty,and has no important data (just one or two games) Now my question is, what if I just physically remove my main hard Once you have that figured out you need to type this dism /image:c:\ /add-driver /Driver:X:\ /recurse Replace “X” with the drive letter from the previous step: Hit enter and it should Once it boots, select your language and other things and hit next: At the bottom of the window is an option that says “repair”, click this: It will scan your drives, Another, working, computer.

We might add a guide on how to do this at a future date. A recent hardware change might be the cause" screen. crjdriver, Oct 18, 2014 #12 Gang_Starr Thread Starter Joined: Oct 7, 2014 Messages: 16 Disabling fast boot fixed my problem! There were no previous problems with windows on this computer.

Once you have that figured out you need to type this dism /image:c:\ /add-driver /Driver:X:\ /recurse Replace “X” with the drive letter from the previous step: Hit enter and it should Gang_Starr, Oct 18, 2014 #8 TerryNet Terry Moderator Joined: Mar 23, 2005 Messages: 72,813 The Press any key to boot from CD or DVD command should display for about 5 secondsClick


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