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0x7 boot error after i got a new MoBo Ram And CPU

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Hey I'm guessing this is the right place to be since 0x7 is a boot drive error, So in detail what is going on is this.

I got a new Mobo, Ram, and a new processor for my pc that yes was prebuilt. Everything before I made my changes are made by HP and now the only thing in there that isn't made by hp is the hard drive. What happens is when I try to start up my PC it will give the splash screen for gigabyte after it POSTs and then I get a BSOD with the 0x7 boot error, so i'm assuming that means everything else is working perfectly. When I switched back to my old hardware that came with the PC, The MoBo, Ram, and CPU that came with the PC (also my GTX 660 and PCI sound card I bought) It started up and it worked perfectly. So i'm assuming that it is the Boot drive from the HDD isn't communicating with the motherboard.

I really want a solution to this problem because now I have $400 of computer parts laying on my desk that I can't use =/.
    
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I posted it in the storage section too. I really want a solution =/
    
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Did you reinstall windows? Check what sata mode your bios is in?

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post #4 of 14
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Okay so after my self troubleshooting, I've determined what it is,

You're right its a driver thing because after running all of the hardware checks in startup repair the PC itself was saying that it wasn't a hardware issue, but heres what, In detail:

I'm thinking. I think that the reason that I can't get drivers to install on my original set up is because as with other hardware, for the drivers to install, that piece of hardware has to be installed (Like with my GTX 660 or my ASUS PCI Sound card) into the computer itself. But the thing is since my new Motherboard (b85-hd3 from gigabyte) isn't detecting the boot drive because none of the SATA drivers have been installed onto the HDD, and well if I can't get windows to boot with that board then I can't install the drivers.

So I thought "hey I should try starting it in safe mode." But here's problem two, I can't get into the advanced startup options because if I press F8 on the startup screen, it won't come up. So the final thing I'm thinking is that maybe just maybe it is the keyboard that won't let me, I know that sometimes a USB keyboard won't register all of the commands for start up on some motherboards for what reason I don't know, so what I'm thinking is if I can get a PS2 Keyboard for this (uncle man has one I'm sure of it) Then maybe just maybe I can get the F8 startup menu to come up with all of the options like safe mode and such.... Call me crazy but when I get my hands on that keyboard I'm going to hope and pray that I can get it to start in safe mode to install all of the drivers.

Wish me luck.
    
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post #5 of 14
If windows is installed with normal sata mode, it drops the AHCI drivers, so setting your motherboard to that setting will make it not boot.

You need to do a fresh install of windows when switching that much hardware.
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I'm really trying to avoid a clean install, I have to much crucial data on my pc =/. I'm going to try my plan with the new keyboard and starting in safe mode. If not then well..... I have no choice. Wish me luck
    
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UNLESS I can reinstall windows without having to do a fully clean install (my pc was originally HP made so I know that I can use the windows reinstall from startup repair menus)
    
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post #8 of 14
^^^^ This.

You can't just swap the motherboard, RAM and CPU from an HP desktop and expect it to boot.

If you changed from say something like an AMD CPU to an Intel CPU or vice versa, then I guarantee it won't boot without a complete reinstallation. Intel to Intel, or AMD to AMD, you might be able to get it to boot by running a Windows 7 "Repair" off the installation DVD, but even that much is questionable with so many differences.

Before you get yourself into a worse predicament, re-assemble your HP with the original parts and take a DISK IMAGE of your entire hard drive etc. via a reputable backup procedure, at least if you screw up during the reinstallation or worse - you'll be able to get back to square 1.

Greg

p.s. The Windows that came with your HP can't be used to install a fresh system with a different CPU, Motherboard, and BIOS. The serial number with the HP OEM version of Windows only works with YOUR particular HP motherboard/BIOS.
post #9 of 14
You can install directly install over top of the current install without losing data.

You HAVE to re-install when switching that many components. Windows simply does not function when you switch out that much hardware.

EDIT: you won't be able to use your HP copy of windows to install. Your only way to do this is get a normal copy of windows and install it. Until then you will need to put all of your old parts back together so you can use your PC.
post #10 of 14
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Sooooo.... now i have to spend another $100 on and OS? *sight* awesome.... thanks for the help guys.
    
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