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I get both of these problems when trying to turn on my computer for the first time.

This is a new rig and it will not boot properly.

I am able to get to the option of Startup Repair or Boot Windows Normally. If I choose Boot normally I get a BSOD for a split second. If I choose Startup repair, I get a message stating. "Startup Repair cannot repair this computer automatically."

I have disabled the Marvell Storage Controller.
I have removed and reinstalled the battery.
I have turned the power off and tried placing the cap to pins 2-3 and then back to 1-2.
I have set it to power on by PCIE.

I can't seem to get this rig working! >(

Very frustrated.
Edited by WuLF - 5/20/11 at 11:43am
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What mode do you have your Sata ports? Mine defaulted to AHCI and gave me a BSOD every time I tried to install windows.... switched it to IDE and everything worked fine.
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Same thing happened to me, you NEED to format the HDD with a new motherboard/cpu installed.
Also if it says "no boot drive detected" its looking at the Marvell controlled SATA ports and you don't have your boot drive plugged into the darker blue SATA connectors (don't anyway Marvel controllers are worse than the Intel ones) wait for about 2 seconds then it will go over to the Intel controller where it should detect your HDD.
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What mode do you have your Sata ports? Mine defaulted to AHCI and gave me a BSOD every time I tried to install windows.... switched it to IDE and everything worked fine.
Tried that just now. Had me stuck on the Windows screen with the 4 square windows logo on it for about 2 minutes. Then shut down.
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Same thing happened to me, you NEED to format the HDD with a new motherboard/cpu installed.
Also if it says "no boot drive detected" its looking at the Marvell controlled SATA ports and you don't have your boot drive plugged into the darker blue SATA connectors (don't anyway Marvel controllers are worse than the Intel ones) wait for about 2 seconds then it will go over to the Intel controller where it should detect your HDD.
So I'm going to have to do a fresh format? I will lose all of my programs?

I just bought a SSD.. perhaps I could install windows to that and save all my data?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by thealex132;13575931 
Same thing happened to me, you NEED to format the HDD with a new motherboard/cpu installed.
Also if it says "no boot drive detected" its looking at the Marvell controlled SATA ports and you don't have your boot drive plugged into the darker blue SATA connectors (don't anyway Marvel controllers are worse than the Intel ones) wait for about 2 seconds then it will go over to the Intel controller where it should detect your HDD.

Another good point... which ports you plug into initially matters.
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Another good point... which ports you plug into initially matters.

I've plugged them into the bottom 4. And I've even tried plugging only my boot drive into one of the bottom 4.. Nothing works so far.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by WuLF;13575985 
Tried that just now. Had me stuck on the Windows screen with the 4 square windows logo on it for about 2 minutes. Then shut down.


So I'm going to have to do a fresh format? I will lose all of my programs?

I just bought a SSD.. perhaps I could install windows to that and save all my data?

Yeah SSD is best suited for a bootdrive anyway. Unplug all your previous HDD's and make sure your CPU isn't overclocked etc, install Windows 7 on the SSD. when it reboots into windows just shutdown and add the other HDD's.
Also, plug the SSD into the SATA6 ports (white ports) and the other devices into the light-blue ports.
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Another good point... which ports you plug into initially matters.

Doesn't matter which ports, 1/2/3/etc
It might only matter if it was plugged into a 3rd party chipset's SATA controlled ports and those drivers where not installed yet.
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Here is my lengthy post for today.

You would be better off to clean install windows onto your new SSD. I understand that it requires you to re-install programs, but your important files could be copied over from the old hard drive after you get the system running.

You are better off doing this because it is an SSD, and you will be able to easily use AHCI mode instead of IDE mode. You will also be able to control the amount of space you use on the drive much more effectively. When you re-install your programs, you can set them to install on a storage drive if you plan to use one.

Update your bios before you do anything!

I suggest you go to each components support site and check the suggested settings out for each device you are installing in the computer. Set your memory timings correctly, your memory voltage, your memory speed, etc. Install Windows once you have everything in the bios configured correctly.

Double check all of your connections on your board and make sure nothing is loose or plugged into an improper slot.

You do not need to dissable the Marvel Controller, however, I would suggest using the intel controller if your SSD is not SATA III. Even if your SSD is SATA III, use the intel controller to install Windows first. When you get Windows installed, DO NOT install the Marvel Controller Driver from the CD or the ASUS support website. I have seen several cases of constant BSOD's as soon as someone replaces the Windows Marvell Controller driver with one from ASUS.

EDIT: I own this board and once I got past the Marvel non-sense, it was a truely wonderful and refreshing feeling to use. SOLID!
Edited by BWG - 5/20/11 at 12:12pm
 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by thealex132;13576114 
Doesn't matter which ports, 1/2/3/etc
It might only matter if it was plugged into a 3rd party chipset's SATA controlled ports and those drivers where not installed yet.

Right, that's what I meant. My MB has the Marvel and JMicron... I had to plug my (new, empty) hdd into the JMicron to install. Might be some kind of driver issue with the SATA 6Gb/s?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BWG;13576138 
Here is my lengthy post for today.

You would be better off to clean install windows onto your new SSD. I understand that it requires you to re-install programs, but your important files could be copied over from the old hard drive after you get the system running.

You are better off doing this because it is an SSD, and you will be able to easily use AHCI mode instead of IDE mode. You will also be able to control the amount of space you use on the drive much more effectively. When you re-install your programs, you can set them to install on a storage drive if you plan to use one.

Update your bios before you do anything!

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Double check all of your connections on your board and make sure nothing is loose or plugged into an improper slot.

You do not need to dissable the Marvel Controller, however, I would suggest using the intel controller if your SSD is not SATA III. Even if your SSD is SATA III, use the intel controller to install Windows first. When you get Windows installed, DO NOT install the Marvel Controller Driver from the CD or the ASUS support website. I have seen several cases of constant BSOD's as soon as someone replaces the Windows Marvell Controller driver with one from ASUS.

EDIT: I own this board and once I got past the Marvel non-sense, it was a truely wonderful and refreshing feeling to use. SOLID!

Thanks for your help BWG! I also live in Ohio. Liberty Twp.

Anywho, I will try this out. Installing a new version of windows onto my SSD. However, I hope that I will be able to recover my program files. As I do not want to have to re-install games. Especially steam games that take a million years to do so.

It still detects my HDD in EZ-Tune or EZ-Flash. It shows all of my files... hmm =/
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