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Wait. Is this a clean windows install or did you just snag the hard drive from your old computer, then jam it into a new build?
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Re-installing now. I don't understand why windows cares that some of the hardware changed though. Shouldn't matter....

yep yep yep, hope it works good after the re-instal! biggrin.gif
 
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Re-installing now. I don't understand why windows cares that some of the hardware changed though. Shouldn't matter....


Hardware Abstraction Layer.
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this..., causes all sorts of caraazyyy problems

Maybe so Tyreal, but I only did that after I was already having issues, I was screwed from the start.
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Hardware Abstraction Layer.

Okay, I'm getting it now. BUT, why is the Windows Boot repair tool not able to see this issue and fix it.
post #16 of 20
Installation of new CPU,Memory,Graphics card or sound card should not need a re-install of the O/S. Only the Motherboard is the component that will trigger you to re-install. Be interested to see if this works out for ya.
post #17 of 20
The reason for the BSOD is because of the SATA configuration. If you had it in IDE mode on your previous system and it's set to AHCI, then you'll encounter that BSOD. TBH your best bet is to reinstall Windows. It's not that hard and it's probably best anyways. wink.gif
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Installation of new CPU,Memory,Graphics card or sound card should not need a re-install of the O/S. Only the Motherboard is the component that will trigger you to re-install. Be interested to see if this works out for ya.
. But if he changed mobo cpu ram all at once it might be to much even a cpu with different amount of cores can screw windows.. When I got my 960t after the athlon ii x2 it would only pick 2 cores up.

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Re-Installed Windows and everything is working great now. Thanks guys!

BTW - That MSI ClickBios from Windows is pretty awesome! Overclocking from Windows, doesn't get much better than that. I'd highly recommend it for anyone looking at Z77 sets right now.
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Okay, I'm getting it now. BUT, why is the Windows Boot repair tool not able to see this issue and fix it.


Its not so much of a boot issue, that is just where the first catastrophic failure occurs. Chances are the chipset is the breaking point.

Oversimplified:

You just ripped its head off and duct-taped it on another body. Its freaking out man.
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