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Originally Posted by Han45 View Post
i have 780i mtherboard and i have 7F error code.

everytime when i turn on or reboot my computer, it alway say "Floppy (Disk) Fail (40). i don't know what the problem is but i just knowing that i have to do something with my setup about the Floppy Disk.

PLEASE HELP.........
Do you have a Floppy Drive?

If no, go into the BIOS and disable it. It will be under "Standard CMOS Features" as Drive A:. I may also be under "Integrated Peripherals" as FDD Controller.
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First of all, you bumped a like 5 month old thread.
Did you plug your 12V's into your video card?
Also I have the same mobo, and the bios always says floppy disk fail, don't worry about that. If you did plug in your 12V, pull out your jumper pins, and put them back in 5-10 minutes.
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7F = Waiting for user imput.

Basically, the screen should say "Hit F1 to continue" due to no floppy driver, CMOS cleared, or clocks have changed.


Hhi, that the same thing like i have, but i don't know what to do at all. are there any of easy way to reset the whole motherboard back to normall just like when you just get the it? cuz that like the only way that can think of.


First my computer didn't does that, but after i went into the setup mod and set every Load to Defualt. then when i reboot or turn i on my computer, it start saying. Press F1 to Continue and Floppy Disk(s) Fail(40). So, what should i do to get it back to normall? Please Help.
post #14 of 28
so what should i do to 12V plug, which 12v pulg do i have to unplug from and what is the JUMPER PIN
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
Do you have a Floppy Drive?

If no, go into the BIOS and disable it. It will be under "Standard CMOS Features" as Drive A:. I may also be under "Integrated Peripherals" as FDD Controller.
No i don't have Floppy Drive.
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Ignore the advice on the 12v... it is completely wrong.


The defaut setting of the motherboard IS to look for a floppy drive. Again... go into the BIOS and disable it. It will be under "Standard CMOS Features" as Drive A:. It may also be under "Integrated Peripherals" as FDD Controller.
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First, fill out the system specs under user cp.
Next there are some 12v plugs from your PSU, plug those into your video card, error 7f is a video error. Look at your mobo manual for where your jumper pins are.
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Ignore the advice on the 12v... it is completely wrong.


The defaut setting of the motherboard IS to look for a floppy drive. Again... go into the BIOS and disable it. It will be under "Standard CMOS Features" as Drive A:. It may also be under "Integrated Peripherals" as FDD Controller.
OK i already disable the ther Removable cuz i don't have Floppy in it, and then when reboot, it still say the same thing again.
Edited by Han45 - 9/15/08 at 2:08pm
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Did you build your system yourself?
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First, fill out the system specs under user cp.
Next there are some 12v plugs from your PSU, plug those into your video card, error 7f is a video error. Look at your mobo manual for where your jumper pins are.
No... 7F is "Waiting for User Input". Video card check completed about 30 steps before this one. Video card errors are generally 25, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 30, 38, 42 , 4A, and 4C. Also, a 12v issue would result in a high-pitched whine from the video card (assuming it is a newer one).

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OK i already disable the ther Removable cuz i don't have Floppy in it, and then when reboot, it still say the same thing again.
I did not say anything about disabling Removable Devices under "Advance CMOS Features". Please go back and review directions....
Edited by DuckieHo - 9/15/08 at 2:15pm
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