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post #1 of 26
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Hello,

Well i had an error yesterday, people said i should reseat my CPU, i did that and then i had the following message "New CPU installed, go to Setup" and "Fatal Error, System halted, chasis intruded", then i restarted my pc and got into BIOS by pressing "del" key, afterwards i pressed "esc" and got my self into "Advanced Mode" i could move around there with the arrows but i had some kinda "color" error, like so random colored Quadrats on the screen.

On my old HDD i had Windows XP Pro 32bit installed, as soon as it starts loading i can see the Windows logo then it just shut downs and then i get the "start windows normally" "networking mode" etc. and it keeps redoing it.

So should i get the file from ASUS site and flash the BIOS and afterwards just do a fresh install of Windows 7 64. I tried to insert my Windows XP cd and i could boot from the cd when i changed the boot priority.

Thanks
post #2 of 26
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any1?
post #3 of 26
Try flashing your BIOS with the 1053 ( most stable BIOS so far ). I would also recommend a fresh OS install.

This thread will have all of the up to date drivers not to mention 80+ pages of different issues and fixes most are contained in first page.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...d-drivers.html
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Originally Posted by lukukz View Post
Hello,

Well i had an error yesterday, people said i should reseat my CPU, i did that and then i had the following message "New CPU installed, go to Setup" and "Fatal Error, System halted, chasis intruded", then i restarted my pc and got into BIOS by pressing "del" key, afterwards i pressed "esc" and got my self into "Advanced Mode" i could move around there with the arrows but i had some kinda "color" error, like so random colored Quadrats on the screen.

On my old HDD i had Windows XP Pro 32bit installed, as soon as it starts loading i can see the Windows logo then it just shut downs and then i get the "start windows normally" "networking mode" etc. and it keeps redoing it.

So should i get the file from ASUS site and flash the BIOS and afterwards just do a fresh install of Windows 7 64. I tried to insert my Windows XP cd and i could boot from the cd when i changed the boot priority.

Thanks
see if the hdd mode is set to ide or ahci in bios
sometimes setting it to ahci on older hdd causes this problem.....
Edited by ghost_z - 1/29/11 at 12:06pm
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see if the hdd mode is set to ide or ahci in bios
sometimes setting it to ahci on older hdd causes this problem.....
Forgot my setup, well the HDD isn't that old i would say and it's not a bad 1 i would say, it's just from my last PC.

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GFX CARD ATI HD4850 512mb&256bit - for now, keeping it from old PC
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Try flashing your BIOS with the 1053 ( most stable BIOS so far ). I would also recommend a fresh OS install.

This thread will have all of the up to date drivers not to mention 80+ pages of different issues and fixes most are contained in first page.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...d-drivers.html
But i guess i don't have any technical problems right? And about flashing BIOS, i just dl the file from ASUS site from my other PC, get in on USB Stick then just go to EZ Utilities and select right?
post #7 of 26
still doesn't hurt to try coz i faced a similar problem......just try setting it to ide mode and see if it helps.....
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still doesn't hurt to try coz i faced a similar problem......just try setting it to ide mode and see if it helps.....
Ok, i'll have try now, thanks for helping btw
I'll tell you in abit if it did anything
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You may want to fill in the system specs so we can see what your rig is.
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You may want to fill in the system specs so we can see what your rig is.
Nevermind
Got it in now , just for got to post it
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