The weird thing is I can get it to boot if I take out the CMOS battery for 5 minutes and turn it off. I can then boot into windows fine and everything is stable. If I go into my BIOS and editing anything... anything as little as setting AHCI instead of IDE it gets stuck on 90. I am going to try to flash the BIOS using USB instead of winflash and see if I just had a corrupt flash or something. Has anyone else ran into this?
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10/27/11 at 3:55pm