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post #11 of 15
Well there is a reason why they are called safe practices lol, but the other information is quite accurate. OP let us know how things worked out for you
    
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post #12 of 15
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Sorry for my late reply, I've tried reinstalling windows and i've checked the voltage on the battery, (3.2v) but nothing seems to have fixed it, I can seem to find any obvious fix, i'll have a quick look at the bios now that i've reinstalled it, but knowing my luck it won't help, haha
post #13 of 15
    While this has been mentioned before, I'll bring it up again: It sounds like a bad SATA cable (or SATA motherboard connector) to me.  If you've got another SATA cable laying around, try swapping out the one for the boot device and see if that helps.  If not, move the cable to another SATA port on the motherboard.  Unplug the disc drive if you've only got two SATA ports.

    Another thing: Sometimes devices like USB flash drives can cause this problem too, so keep that in mind.  The problem happens when some BIOSes detect the flash drive and add it as the first boot device.
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post #14 of 15
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Well, I think its working again, after I reinstalled windows I went into the bios and just changed the boot order back to my SSD, and it seems to be working fine again, I restarted it 7 or 8 times, and turned it on and off a few times to see if the screen would re appear, but all seems to be working fine now, thanks to everyone who helped out!!
post #15 of 15
Mines bringing up the same screen I tried several sata cords and sata plugs on my mobo. I have a Samsung ssd for my windows 7. Also did a clean os install. Same thing. My mobo is a Asus sabertooth 990fx r2.0. And if I do get windows booted I get a BSOD.
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