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Sandy Bridge Build - won't boot and help needed

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ok i got a upgrade itch for this spring so i decided to try a SB setup. i bought following used parts on onilne forum all of which had decent heatware etc.

2600k
8gb corsair xms cl9 2000mhz
asus MIVE board

i had previously x58 setup (i7-950, evga board and 12gb hyperx ram) running with ocz ssd and seagate hdd.


ok when i fired up the SB setup, it says, "no hard disk". i do nothing, and it trys to go to windows but as soon as windows logo on black back ground screen goes away, couputer goes BSOD. it does boot to bios just fine and i can do all the UFI settings there but it just won't boot.

on bios, it does list all the hard drive. i even tried to connect one SATA cable to my main ssd on SATA III and SATA II each but still no luck and shuts off with BSOD.

i tried loading default, still doesn't work. and after few hours of run around, i gave up for now and switch back to my good old x58 setup. everything works just the way it was.

now i don't know if it's the board that's faulty or the cpu or both. can somebody shed some lights on this?

i didn't even try to overclock or anything. it just doesn't boot period... this is very frustrating especially lack of computer skills...
Edited by overclock_master - 4/30/11 at 1:10am
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What is the code on the bsod screen?
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it blinked too fast so i couldn't even see it. i posted this some other forum and one of the member mentioned with new platform, new windows must be re-installed. is it true?

so everyone with SB either got new harddrive(SSD/HDD) or re-installed windows on existing harddrive?
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it blinked too fast so i couldn't even see it. i posted this some other forum and one of the member mentioned with new platform, new windows must be re-installed. is it true?

so everyone with SB either got new harddrive(SSD/HDD) or re-installed windows on existing harddrive?
Before I bought my SSD I did just that. I swapped to my sig rig from my X58 920 Platform and used the same windows install on the HDD w/o issue until my SSD arrived then I redone windows

EDIT: I'd like to add this doesn't always work for various reasons
Edited by Captain318 - 4/30/11 at 3:12pm
     
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it blinked too fast so i couldn't even see it. i posted this some other forum and one of the member mentioned with new platform, new windows must be re-installed. is it true?

so everyone with SB either got new harddrive(SSD/HDD) or re-installed windows on existing harddrive?
I don't think in all cases this is true but out of practice i always do a fresh install when moving parts over to a new rig, It makes sense as windows carries drivers for hardware so yes i would deffo do it.

I got a new hard drive with my sb setup so all worked fine off the bat for me.

Do a fresh install and see if this helps

are all voltages in the bios set to auto?
Edited by Chewy - 4/30/11 at 2:30am
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try fresh install, that should solve your issue, if not, i think it might be a hdd issue
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from what i gathering, it's all pointing to the fresh installation of windows on sdd so i guess i'll try that. yes everything on bios were auto. thank you all for the help. +reps on the way for everyone who helped me
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everything worked just fine under IDE mode. case/thread closed. thanks guys
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