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[SOLVED]Please help! BSoD after changing mobo

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So I just set up my new rig, (not the one in my sig.) When I boot up it starts up and everything, and then it gets to the windows logo screen and bsod's. It restarts right away so I can't even get the error code. Can't get into safe mode and repair utility does nothing.

I recently converted from amd to Intel so I have a new mobo, CPU, and cooler installed. Using the same psu, video card, and ram as before.
Edited by k1ngp1n - 1/12/12 at 8:24am
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This happened to me, I was able to boot into safe mode though. I had to uninstall AMD OverDrive for it to work correctly. Try changing from ACHI to IDE under BIOS, then see if you can boot to safe mode. I recommend re-installing windows after you get it to work.
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This happened to me, I was able to boot into safe mode though. I had to uninstall AMD OverDrive for it to work correctly. Try changing from ACHI to IDE under BIOS, then see if you can boot to safe mode. I recommend re-installing windows after you get it to work.

I changed tried changing to ide in bios already that didn't work. Another thing is my hdd comes up as the boot device but when I get into bios it's gone. Doesn't show under sata devices. I do have amd overdrive installed since my setup was previously amd.
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Also is there any way to reinstall windows in thus situation if I only have the product key sticker from my old case?
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I changed tried changing to ide in bios already that didn't work. Another thing is my hdd comes up as the boot device but when I get into bios it's gone. Doesn't show under sata devices. I do have amd overdrive installed since my setup was previously amd.

I don't know if that's what it was but I just kept trying to boot into it, sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn't. Try changing SATA ports to like the 3rd or 4th.
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Also is there any way to reinstall windows in thus situation if I only have the product key sticker from my old case?

I'm not sure if that would work, I never tried it.

Oh and can you update your sig rig?
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post #6 of 33
Have you tried resetting cpu, booting with 1 stick ram etc?
You could try chaning sata ports/cables.
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I don't know if that's what it was but I just kept trying to boot into it, sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn't. Try changing SATA ports to like the 3rd or 4th.
I'm not sure if that would work, I never tried it.
Oh and can you update your sig rig?

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Originally Posted by Davayy View Post

Have you tried resetting cpu, booting with 1 stick ram etc?
You could try chaning sata ports/cables.

Tried all the ports, different cables. Doubt it's my ram, I'm pretty sure it's something to do with my hard drive. I read somewhere I may have to boot my hard drive on my old pc and change it from IDE to AHCI; though wouldn't have changing my new BIOS to IDE correct that?
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I'm telling you, it's AMD OD.
You have the same mobo as me and I made the change from AMD last week. Same problem.
We just have to figure out a way for you to be able to boot to safe mode.
Edited by Eaglesfan251 - 1/10/12 at 1:10pm
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post #9 of 33
It could be but he cant even get into safe mode, so he can't remove it...
Try a different hard drive if you have one, and you could just boot windows from usb then install it onto the new drive...
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I couldn't boot into safe mode either at first, I just forget how I did it. When it did work it took about 5-10 minutes to boot into it.
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