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post #3531 of 4653
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Originally Posted by kirayamato26 View Post
Either your HDD is dead, or it needs a reformat.
So your options are, pretty much, buy a new HDD, or reformat it.
how can i reformat it now ?
every time i insert the vista dvd, as soon as it is about to start windows, i get BSOD
my computer is like only working in dos (e.g. memtest+ worked without a plm), is there a dos way to reformat or repair ?
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yeah when your pc reboots from a failed OC it corrupts the boot.ini or something like that. just format it. If you had windows 7 it fixes things like that automatically.
if i try to install win 7 over vista, will that solve the plm ?
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damn! my old HP computer won't start up when it connected to my messed up hdd !
it only started up when i disabled the messed up hdd from the bios
what can i do now ?
Before formatting and deliting partitions... did you try booting into safe mode?
While your computer is starting repeatedly press F8 key, and it will give you the options menu and select SAFE MODE...

If it doesnt boot into SAFE MODE, you next option is to throw in your VISTA DVD and boot from DVD drive, and then try and repair the installation either manually (which you probably wont know how) or just use the Automated Recovery (press F2 once you booted from DVD)...

One more thing, did you try booting your old HP PC with just the new HDD or OLD+NEW? Is your OLD hard drive IDE or SATA?

And unfortunately if you want to install Windows 7 over Vista that wont be possible. More precise it will be possible but only if you let Win7 installation format your HDD and install a fresh copy of Win7... That can potentially solve your problem!
    
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Before formatting and deliting partitions... did you try booting into safe mode?
While your computer is starting repeatedly press F8 key, and it will give you the options menu and select SAFE MODE...

If it doesnt boot into SAFE MODE, you next option is to throw in your VISTA DVD and boot from DVD drive, and then try and repair the installation either manually (which you probably wont know how) or just use the Automated Recovery (press F2 once you booted from DVD)...

One more thing, did you try booting your old HP PC with just the new HDD or OLD+NEW? Is your OLD hard drive IDE or SATA?

And unfortunately if you want to install Windows 7 over Vista that wont be possible. More precise it will be possible but only if you let Win7 installation format your HDD and install a fresh copy of Win7... That can potentially solve your problem!
Quote:
Before formatting and deliting partitions... did you try booting into safe mode?
While your computer is starting repeatedly press F8 key, and it will give you the options menu and select SAFE MODE...
i tried it and i tried all other option and it all failed and gave me BSOD

Quote:
One more thing, did you try booting your old HP PC with just the new HDD or OLD+NEW? Is your OLD hard drive IDE or SATA?
my hdd original hdd is sata (just like the new messed up one)
i tried to boot my old HP computer with OLD+NEW hdd, i just replaced the sata and power cables of the dvd drive with the new hdd, i.e. currently on my HP computer i don't have a dvd drive
in bios, it tells me that sata 1 is the original hdd of the HP computer, and sata 2 is for the new hdd (the messed up one)
currently i am using the hp computer by disabling the new messed up hdd from the bios


Quote:
And unfortunately if you want to install Windows 7 over Vista that wont be possible. More precise it will be possible but only if you let Win7 installation format your HDD and install a fresh copy of Win7... That can potentially solve your problem!
can't i just install it on a new fragment ?
i still had about 200 gb free on my new messed up hdd

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If it doesnt boot into SAFE MODE, you next option is to throw in your VISTA DVD and boot from DVD drive, and then try and repair the installation either manually (which you probably wont know how) or just use the Automated Recovery (press F2 once you booted from DVD)...
let me try this now, i think the Automated Recovery failed, but lets give it another try
Edited by Babylonian - 6/8/09 at 12:27pm
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can't i just install it on a new fragment ?
i still had about 200 gb free on my new messed up hdd

let me try this now, i think the Automated Recovery failed, but lets give it another try

Yes you can install a fresh copy of Win7 on a new partition (fragment as you call it), and try and boot in Win7 and then use the steps from the link i gave you few posts back...

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Originally Posted by Babylonian
my hdd original hdd is sata (just like the new messed up one)
i tried to boot my old HP computer with OLD+NEW hdd, i just replaced the sata and power cables of the dvd drive with the new hdd, i.e. currently on my HP computer i don't have a dvd drive
in bios, it tells me that sata 1 is the original hdd of the HP computer, and sata 2 is for the new hdd (the messed up one)
currently i am using the hp computer by disabling the new messed up hdd from the bios
If the thing with Win7 on a new partition doesnt work out, its like 99% chance your HDD is either dead or half-way dead (irrepairable), so if you get it to work somehow quickly copy all of your stuff to some other media (spare HDD, DVD, USB stick or such...) cuz it will probably die very soon.

The good thing is that HDD's usually have 3 yrs warranty (if you bought pre-assembled PC chances are that your warranty is for the whole PC and not every part by itself.Depending on the manufaturer they usually give out 1,2 or 3 yrs warranty for the pre-assembled rigs, and most of the time 2nd and 3rd year is extra cash), and you can easily get a new one as replacement if you bought your HDD less than 3 yrs ago...
    
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Hi,

6 hours and 5 minutes OCCT cpu:linpack, test mode:max. I'll do an 8 hours one in a few days ind if passes that one, i'll just rest comfy and enjoy the new processor this mobo gave me. I hope that's enough for a trouble free test, even if someone said i should do a 24hrs test.

CPU e5200: 3.33GHz, 266fsb, x12.5, vcore 1.288V, HS&C=stock
Kingston HyperX khx6400d2/2g (1 module 2gb single sided): Ratio 3:5, 444.4MHz, 5-5-5-15 2T (memset 4.0: 5-5-5-5-15 / 6-43-4-14-12-3-8-5-5-2600T-2T)

No other modification.

Temps:

Real Temp 3.0: 40°C, TJMax:100, dist to TJMax 60(duh).
Maximum temp during above OCCT test: 68°C.
Memory module: required a fan to be cool, without it was rather hot.

Is there a test based on a final note point result(like 3dmark or something) for RAM memory?

@miloshs: man, i just dived into your motherboards bios, and i must say, you got some piece of work there. In comparison, my mobo is deep into the stone age. Hands down for P5Q-E.
Edited by nemaca - 6/8/09 at 1:18pm
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Nemace, good things worked out for you. I'm glad i could help in any way... Getting 3.33Ghz with your mobo is great achievement.
As far as goes for RAM memory, you don't really have to test it out... running at 888mhz CL5 is definately faster that 800mhz CL5 stock so be cool and enjoy your new speeds

Yep P5Q-E is a great motherboar, but i got it cuz the one i wanted wasn't in stock (damnit). When i was out buying a mobo+CPU combo i already sold my old PC and needed a rig quick so i had to get it... The one i was shooting for was Gigabyte EP45-UD3R, check some reviews and see what that one does to your PC parts

I'm off to install Win7 x64 Ultimate RC and see how it performs...

Cheers, keep it cool
    
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Yes you can install a fresh copy of Win7 on a new partition (fragment as you call it), and try and boot in Win7 and then use the steps from the link i gave you few posts back...



If the thing with Win7 on a new partition doesnt work out, its like 99% chance your HDD is either dead or half-way dead (irrepairable), so if you get it to work somehow quickly copy all of your stuff to some other media (spare HDD, DVD, USB stick or such...) cuz it will probably die very soon.

The good thing is that HDD's usually have 3 yrs warranty (if you bought pre-assembled PC chances are that your warranty is for the whole PC and not every part by itself.Depending on the manufaturer they usually give out 1,2 or 3 yrs warranty for the pre-assembled rigs, and most of the time 2nd and 3rd year is extra cash), and you can easily get a new one as replacement if you bought your HDD less than 3 yrs ago...
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Yes you can install a fresh copy of Win7 on a new partition (fragment as you call it), and try and boot in Win7 and then use the steps from the link i gave you few posts back...
i am downloading Win 7 now, let's hope that it'll work
and yes i meant new partition

Quote:
If the thing with Win7 on a new partition doesnt work out, its like 99% chance your HDD is either dead or half-way dead (irrepairable), so if you get it to work somehow quickly copy all of your stuff to some other media (spare HDD, DVD, USB stick or such...) cuz it will probably die very soon.
i'll definitely do that if i am lucky enough to be able to access the old files somehow


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The good thing is that HDD's usually have 3 yrs warranty (if you bought pre-assembled PC chances are that your warranty is for the whole PC and not every part by itself.Depending on the manufaturer they usually give out 1,2 or 3 yrs warranty for the pre-assembled rigs, and most of the time 2nd and 3rd year is extra cash), and you can easily get a new one as replacement if you bought your HDD less than 3 yrs ago...
well i bought it on 07/04/09, so thats about 2 months ago, which is good i guess

i better get ready to contact those guys here !
http://www.hitachigst.com/portal/sit...star/7K1000.B/
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Babylonian...

To tell you the truth i had similar problems with Hitachi HDD's... One of them arrived DOA when i was building my brothers PC, and it was also a Deskstar but of 400gb capacity...

I'm not really keen on trusting Hitachi's hard drives, but eh things happen when you least expect them to

Good luck on the Win7 stuff, hope you at least get your data back if nothing else works out...
    
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I don't think your hard drive is dying. I am almost certain that since you were BSOD'ing so much you just corrupted your boot files. Try formatting and if that doesn't fix it then you know for sure its the hard drive actually going bad.
    
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