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Originally Posted by bigkahuna360 View Post
When you set the "On/Off" switch to off did you make sure there was no leftover power in your motherboard? Have you flashed your card(s)? Have you replaced the CMOS battery? Have you tested your RAM in a different computer? Sorry about all these questions but it will help future replies.
I might not have let the leftover power drain in my motherboard to be honest. I have not flashed my cards. I haven't replaced the CMOS battery. I cannot test my RAM in a different computer because my old Mobo only supports DDR2.

As it stands now... I can boot into BIOS. When I let it run when it says "Launch Startup Repair" or "Start Windows Normally" I choose Launch Startup Repair, and then it says it cannot be repaired automatically. Here is what it says after

Startup Repair Diagnosis and Repair log
Last successful boot time: 10/30/2011 4:52
Number of repair attempts: 4
Session Details:
System Disk=\\Device\\Harddisk 0
Windows Directory=C:\\Windows
AutoChk Run = 0
Number of root causes = 1


When I let it boot into Windows it either just keeps cycling through bootups after displaying the Windows logo, or it gives me a BSOD telling me to check for viruses and that my hard disks are working properly.

The error code is 0x0000007B

I set the Boot option to my DVD Drive with my Windows 7 CD in there. It says it cannot install it on my HDD. But it doesn't give me the option to install it on my SSD (It recognizes the SSD and how much space it has on it but I can't choose to install Windows on it, not sure if it's because there isn't enough space or if it's because the SSD is dead?)


Basically right now I can do everything but get into Windows or install it.
Edited by Heazy - 10/30/11 at 7:59am
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post #12 of 62
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I have a CMOS battery in this old machine but I'm afraid if I put it in the new machine it might get damaged too? I can't afford to have this machine down as well.
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post #13 of 62
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I might not have let the leftover power drain in my motherboard to be honest. I have not flashed my cards. I haven't replaced the CMOS battery. I cannot test my RAM in a different computer because my old Mobo only supports DDR2.

As it stands now... I can boot into BIOS. When I let it run when it says "Launch Startup Repair" or "Start Windows Normally" I choose Launch Startup Repair, and then it says it cannot be repaired automatically. Here is what it says after

Startup Repair Diagnosis and Repair log
Last successful boot time: 10/30/2011 4:52
Number of repair attempts: 4
Session Details:
System Disk=\\Device\\Harddisk 0
Windows Directory=C:\\Windows
AutoChk Run = 0
Number of root causes = 1


When I let it boot into Windows it either just keeps cycling through bootups after displaying the Windows logo, or it gives me a BSOD telling me to check for viruses and that my hard disks are working properly.

The error code is 0x0000007B

I set the Boot option to my DVD Drive with my Windows 7 CD in there. It says it cannot install it on my HDD. But it doesn't give me the option to install it on my SSD (It recognizes the SSD and how much space it has on it but I can't choose to install Windows on it, not sure if it's because there isn't enough space or if it's because the SSD is dead?)


Basically right now I can do everything but get into Windows or install it.
Try this

Click Repair your computer.
Click the operating system that you want to repair, and then click Next.
In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click Command Prompt.
Type Bootrec.exe, and then press enter.

Then type these in order.

bcdedit /export C:\\BCD_Backup
c:
cd boot
attrib bcd -s -h -r
ren c:\\boot\\bcd bcd.old
bootrec /RebuildBcd
     
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post #14 of 62
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Originally Posted by bigkahuna360 View Post
Try this

Click Repair your computer.
Click the operating system that you want to repair, and then click Next.
In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click Command Prompt.
Type Bootrec.exe, and then press enter.

Then type these in order.

bcdedit /export C:\\BCD_Backup
c:
cd boot
attrib bcd -s -h -r
ren c:\\boot\\bcd bcd.old
bootrec /RebuildBcd
ok 1 sec
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Your overclock wasn't as stable as you thought. I strongly suspect your bios defaulted to basic settings due to failed overclock, nothing to do with your video card. How much did you test your overclock?

I also suspect your CMOS battery is fine.

Also, as indicated earlier, your Windows is likely corrupt and needs reinstalling. Trying to get stable, did you have many freeze ups and BSODs?
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Your overclock wasn't as stable as you thought. I strongly suspect your bios defaulted to basic settings due to failed overclock, nothing to do with your video card. How much did you test your overclock?

I also suspect your CMOS battery is fine.

Also, as indicated earlier, your Windows is likely corrupt and needs reinstalling. Trying to get stable, did you have many freeze ups and BSODs?
Sorry but I already told how to FIX his Windows and not have to reinstall it.
     
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Everything is successful until I reach "cd boot" and it says the system cannot find the path specified
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Your overclock wasn't as stable as you thought. I strongly suspect your bios defaulted to basic settings due to failed overclock, nothing to do with your video card. How much did you test your overclock?

I also suspect your CMOS battery is fine.

Also, as indicated earlier, your Windows is likely corrupt and needs reinstalling. Trying to get stable, did you have many freeze ups and BSODs?
I ran IBT for a lot of passes and 12 hours Prime95 Blend, everything was fine until I started messing around with my GPU's. During P95 and IBT the temps never got above 70C... mostly hung around 55-60C.
Edited by Heazy - 10/30/11 at 8:24am
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post #19 of 62
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Originally Posted by bigkahuna360 View Post
Try this

Click Repair your computer.
Click the operating system that you want to repair, and then click Next.
In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click Command Prompt.
Type Bootrec.exe, and then press enter.

Then type these in order.

bcdedit /export C:\\BCD_Backup
c:
cd boot
attrib bcd -s -h -r
ren c:\\boot\\bcd bcd.old
bootrec /RebuildBcd
X:\\Windows\\system32\\bcedit /export C:\\BCD_Backup
The operation completed successfully

X:\\Windows\\System32>C:

C:\\>cd boot
the system cannot find the path specified
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post #20 of 62
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Originally Posted by Heazy View Post
Everything is successful until I reach "cd boot" and it says the system cannot find the path specified
Try these then

/FixMbr
/FixBoot
/ScanOs

EDIT: Forgot to mention insert your Windows CD.
     
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