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    Posted: 14 Aug 2010 at 11:53am
I have an older cpu and it worked great until one day it decided to just not boot up and wondering what the issue is?

I just get the black bootup screen with:

Verifying DMI Pool Data......................
Boot From CD:


That's it. Just stays there, with fans ect still running. Any insight?
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put windows 7 cd in & see what happens
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Try to re-seat the GPU card and the Ram, then try to reset the CMOS and see if that works.


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Usually a hard drive issue.  Try to boot from Windows CD and repair windows.  This should let you know if it is even detecting your hard drive.  You can also look in the BIOS and make sure your HD is being detected.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote BinaryBummer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Aug 2010 at 10:27am
if it can't find the hard drive you may need to load the chipset drivers from A:\
you may have to download them and install them onto a jump drive and then when Windows ask for any SCSI drivers I think hit F6 and when it prompts you point it to the jump drive.

Sometimes the hard drive is there and windows can't detect it.
Gives a error message like "Window could not find a hard disk"

This should be the issue if you get those drivers loaded it will then see the hard drive.

One other thing your motherboard driver disk if you have one may be able to self boot if so try that first.
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Make sure that there's no disc in the CD-rom.  Secondly try re-prioritizing the boot device. Place the harddrive as first boot at least (review over your motherboard user manual.)
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