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dmi? I didn't do a 30 minute wait on the cmod, i did pull it out though.
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dmi? I didn't do a 30 minute wait on the cmod, i did pull it out though.

Wiping the DMI tables is sort of "last resort" as I'd put it. On some boards, you can't get it back (mine for example, once you change it- even flashing the BIOS doesn't change it back). But table corruptions can cause Windows to do some strange things, I know about this personally from playing with mine using the AWDMICFG utility from DOS. However, if your board itself offers the option to erase it, it's probably safe. You don't need to do this anyways because your Windows disc works apparently.

As for Windows, that's completely up to you. Would you like to try and keep the installation and data? If so, repair. If it doesn't matter, wipe and full install.
    
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The data i would like to keep. Project stuff, mmo games downloaded, programs setup that would be such a pain to redo. So a fresh install would be a last resort for me.

Edit: So could this mean that my graphics card is alright then?
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post #24 of 72
Possibly, it definitely sounds like a broken installation. Try plugging the card back in, hooking the monitor to it, and booting the Windows setup smile.gif

If that's the case then, go for a repair first and see if it solves it.
    
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Well the repair install itself doesnt seem to want to work.
I followed this guide to make sure i wasnt losing anything but it doesn't seem to want it to upgrade/reinstall http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/3413-repair-install.html
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While it's booting, just before it does the "Starting Windows" screen, smash F8 and select "Boot in Low-Resolution (640x480)" or something to that affect. That should get you into Windows so that you can make adjustments.
Especially if your BIOS screen does infact work.

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(lol'd @ "smash F8")
     
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post #27 of 72
Well I am no Windows expert by any means, so I can't really say. Personally, if it were me I'd pull the drive and plug it into a different computer, copy off any critical files and then just wipe and reinstall.

Not 100% on how the in-place reinstallation works, have you tried the Windows setup repair portion? Not the reinstall part. "Repair my computer".

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(lol'd @ "smash F8")

I just describe it like it is. Sometimes it feels this way when I'm angry and waiting for my UEFI shell to pop up. Smashing the hell out of that delete button.
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Well I am no Windows expert by any means, so I can't really say. Personally, if it were me I'd pull the drive and plug it into a different computer, copy off any critical files and then just wipe and reinstall.
Not 100% on how the in-place reinstallation works, have you tried the Windows setup repair portion? Not the reinstall part. "Repair my computer".

In place will simply move everything that was previously on that partiton into a folder called Windows.old

EDIT: or maybe thats not called in place, but I know thats what happens if you hit custom and just install over top of an existing install.
     
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Yea did the repair thing, well tried. It say's it doesn't find anything wrong, so idk. And i figured if my motherboard works and all, and its displaying stuff like the windows boot then the graphics on it should be fine. I might try leaving the cmos battery out for like 10 minutes like you said.
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The CMOS thing would help if it were the board. It's a Windows driver causing this issue, or, driver for your graphics card I'd say. At least that's where logic points, with the setup being functional and not experiencing the "Out of Range" thing.

That said, I'd pull the drive and copy the stuff off. Or use a live environment like Hiren's BootCD or System Rescue CD (Linux) to modify the contents of the drive and prevent the drivers from being loaded.
    
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