Advertisement oldchap Thread Starter Joined: May 11, 2007 Messages: 7 I have experienced the failure of an Intel D865GLC motherboard with Pent-4 3.0 processor. I don't have a CD for the home version, but I do have an XP PRO CD for another computer. Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Use Windows Live Register now! the problem is only when it goes to boot windows. http://midsolutions.org/windows-xp/windows-xp-oem-and-motherboard-upgrade.html
You may, of course, need to take the Ethernet drivers off the motherboard's software disc to get online. The system will start booting for about ten seconds, then either instantly reboot, or stop on a blue screen, depending on whether it's set to automatically reboot on blue screens or Johnny Phung 2,051,110 views 11:59 Replace Dead Motherboard Without Reinstalling Windows - Duration: 9:27. Note: USB devices are reinstalled on a per-root basis, so it is perfectly normal to see them more than once in any list with Device Manager in this mode. click for more info
I can > pull out the C: drive and put it in another computer that I built > using the old motherboard,cpu and memory in and it boots fine! Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. The disk isn't there anymore. So I believe the problem lead to Windows 7 copy protection feature.
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Browse other questions tagged windows-xp boot drivers motherboard or ask your own question. Kurt Kirsch Self-anointed Moderator http://microscum.com "It'll soon shake your Windows And rattle your walls For the times they are a-changin'." kurttrail, Apr 10, 2006 #4 Rock Guest KT wrote: > This is one of the reasons that the entire > WinNT/2K/XP OS family is so much more stable than the Win9x group. > > As always when undertaking such a significant
I'll see what happens through my local contact before I try more on my own. Ken Blake, MVP, Apr 10, 2006 #2 Advertisements Larry Samuels Guest You will need to perform a repair install to install the correct HAL for your current hardware to avoid losing And don't forget to do all the other things you'd normally do when performing a rebuild, such as updating your Knoppix Live CD, in case you need to do emergency diagnostics. It seems like I've already purchased the OS as part of the original computer purchase, and as long as I am not using it on another machine, I should be entitled
I need to contact PC seller for DVD replacement and it is hard procedure. Unfortunately my original Windows 7 DVD got lost and now I am trapped in the situation. ImDatingJava, Aug 6, 2012 #9 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Bios sees all the drives >properly, and I went over all the settings in the new bios, and I can >access the C: drive and read files from it.
colinsp replied Mar 18, 2017 at 2:22 AM FUNCTION KEY MALFUNCTION bearspencer replied Mar 18, 2017 at 2:07 AM Loading... https://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/new-motherboard-xp-wont-boot.2492109/ Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Windows Xp Change Motherboard Without Reinstall When I switch on, Windows XP boot menu appears, but it fails to boot, both in safe mode and in normal mode, because the drivers installed are different. Up next Change Motherboard Without Fresh Install of Windows - Duration: 7:29.
At this stage you may also want to remove your video drivers, since they'll likely need reinstalling anyway. check over here If it still won't boot, run the repair from your OS CD. By installing and offboard hard drive controller you can then move that controller to the new motheboard and not have to reinstall windows.I have a much more detailed explanation and ways i mean it brand new, it probably isnt that?
Booting XP is another with changed mobo/cpu/RAM. it says it may have been because of a recent hardware change, and i think that is the problem. when you call them just tell them you had to replace the mobo. his comment is here If you're not comfortable with this at any stage, use the Microsoft link above (it's safer), but remove the platform drivers first, as they have been shown to interrupt an OS
i dont know the process, all i did was load windows again, do i need to do something to configure the cpu to the new board or something? Bios sees all the drives >properly, and I went over all the settings in the new bios, and I can >access the C: drive and read files from it. PCI INT# remapping).
However, Celeron 2.6 processor, RAM (2x256), HDD, floppy, CD and DVD drives all continued to function normally.Decided to replace mobo. A generic, > unbranded CD won't be BIOS-locked. > If it is bios locked can you start the install with the old hardware and when it reboots move the hard drive Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Computer won't boot after changing motherboard uplandcomputerrepair SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe11 Loading... The only fix for this is to use a Windows XP cd and run a Repair option...
Windows XP would just report "new device found" and would load the appropriate drivers.Isn't there anyway to get Windows 7 to boot so I can change the drivers?Repair install doesn't work Don't touch anything under "Non-Plug and Play Devices." There are also some media drivers in "Sound, video and game controllers" that you should leave alone in there. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? weblink Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds.
I diagnosed bad capacitors on the motherboard. All rights reserved. if so how do i do that? A proof that a countable product of countable sets is non-empty that does not use the axiom of choice.
im hoping that maybe there is a screen i can pull up in the bios to try and reconfigure the new cpu or something?