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Did you build your system yourself?
yeaH
post #22 of 28
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
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).


I did not say anything about disabling Removable Devices under "Advance CMOS Features". Please go back and review directions....
ok let say this step by step. first i go to ADVANCE BIOS, and then what should i do?
post #23 of 28
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ok let say this step by step. first i go to ADVANCE BIOS, and then what should i do?
Go to Standard BIOS and disable A: drive.
Go to Integrated Peripherals and disable FDD Controller (if it is there).
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Your right DuckieHo, I just blanked lol. I don't know what I was thinking.
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post #25 of 28
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Go to Standard BIOS and disable A: drive.
Go to Integrated Peripherals and disable FDD Controller (if it is there).
Mine doesn't have any of those, all it have is
STANDAR CMOS FEATRUES
ADVANCED BIOS FEATRURE
ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURE
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
POWER MANAGMENT SETUP
PnP CONFIGURATIONS
SYSTEM MONITOR
LOAD DEFUALT
SET PASSWORD
SAVE &EXIT SETUP
EXIT WITHOUT SAVING.

SO FIRST I DID IS GO to ADVANCED BIOS FEATRURE
and all it has is the boot step by step.

the next one that i went is INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS and it doesn't FDD CONTROLLER to disable niether.
so what should i?
post #26 of 28
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
Go to Standard BIOS and disable A: drive.
Go to Integrated Peripherals and disable FDD Controller (if it is there).
ok i already went there and it doesn't none of those,

THE BIOS FEATURE ON MINE HAVE ONLY
advance bios. and all it say to the step of booting.

and in my Integrated Peripherals, IT DOESn't have the FDD Controller.
cuz i think because i don't connect the FDD cable.

so what should i do?
post #27 of 28
yes i finally get my baby work again, i just get donig something in the
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
POWER MANAGMENT SETUP
PnP CONFIGURATIONS
then it cam back to normall. THX FOR TYING TO HELP I APPRECIATE THAT A LOT. thx everyone.
post #28 of 28
I am having a problem with my motherboard (at least I think its the motherboard). I have the EVGA 780i and when I boot up, all I get is a single beep from my motherboard and the 7F error. I was told the single beep means there is a problem with the RAM, but I replaced the RAM and checked to make sure it was the right one, but it still won't work. I don't know what I'm doing wrong.
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