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I built a computer for my uncle about 5 months ago with this board-ver 1.0 with a 1055t however it recently started becoming unable to boot. Majority of the time it'll either "boot disk failure insert boot disk" or it'll hang at the windows logo.

Things I've tried:
memory tested, each dimm each slot, and on another machine-memory ok.

hdd plugged into usb and ran chkdsk no issues

power supply- tried different power supplies

sata ports- tried various sata ports

bios update-bios not detected on the flash drive though when I first built the machine I had to flash the bios to support 6core even though the box said 6core supported.

video card test with onboard and 5770 along with gtx 580(dvi does not work on the 5770)

attempt to enter safemode fails

loaded default, fail-safe, and optimized settings

different sata cables

reseated cpu and heatsink

alternated hdd settings from ide, raid, and ahci

I'm assuming either the board is bad or the OS is corrupted but is there any other alternative? or something I missed?
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I have the same board, but no problems. I'm using a quad. The board could have gone bad.....
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have you checked to see what the vcore is running at?
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have you checked to see what the vcore is running at?

what's it supposed to be at? Not too familiar with what AMD's should run at.
currently running at 1.475
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Tried unmounting the motherboard in a different position still no dice.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Arkuatic View Post

I built a computer for my uncle about 5 months ago with this board-ver 1.0 with a 1055t however it recently started becoming unable to boot. Majority of the time it'll either "boot disk failure insert boot disk" or it'll hang at the windows logo.

Things I've tried:
memory tested, each dimm each slot, and on another machine-memory ok.

hdd plugged into usb and ran chkdsk no issues

power supply- tried different power supplies

sata ports- tried various sata ports

bios update-bios not detected on the flash drive though when I first built the machine I had to flash the bios to support 6core even though the box said 6core supported.

video card test with onboard and 5770 along with gtx 580(dvi does not work on the 5770)

attempt to enter safemode fails

loaded default, fail-safe, and optimized settings

different sata cables

reseated cpu and heatsink

alternated hdd settings from ide, raid, and ahci

I'm assuming either the board is bad or the OS is corrupted but is there any other alternative? or something I missed?

I don't see a of software check, as a Field Service Computer Tech with 18 years experience I still amazed that most people think its hardware failures, while the opposite is true.
Crashes on start up is either a Virus or spyware trying to load into the memory at boot. What kind of the antiviral software on the hard drive ? Before this problem showed up did he download any free porn or Torrents, up to a few days before?
On the other hand was anything overclocked? Did he raise the voltages while overclocking? Is the Copy of the OS legit ?
Take a HDD from another PC that has a OS on it XP, Vista , win 7. Make sure you not connected to the internet, unplug the modem etc.. Make sure the no other disk for storage or burned disk on the optical or flashes NO OTHER SOFTWARE at all is connected, you don't want to spread a virus if that's it. With this other HDD boot it with safe mode, that way the OS will not try to rewrite all the drivers of that HDD. Or boot the pc with the OS disk in the optical with the hard drive unhooked. If it boots its not the hardware. Reformat the drive, reinstall the OS. thumb.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Arkuatic View Post

I built a computer for my uncle about 5 months ago with this board-ver 1.0 with a 1055t however it recently started becoming unable to boot. Majority of the time it'll either "boot disk failure insert boot disk" or it'll hang at the windows logo.

Things I've tried:
memory tested, each dimm each slot, and on another machine-memory ok.

hdd plugged into usb and ran chkdsk no issues

power supply- tried different power supplies

sata ports- tried various sata ports

bios update-bios not detected on the flash drive though when I first built the machine I had to flash the bios to support 6core even though the box said 6core supported.

video card test with onboard and 5770 along with gtx 580(dvi does not work on the 5770)

attempt to enter safemode fails

loaded default, fail-safe, and optimized settings

different sata cables

reseated cpu and heatsink

alternated hdd settings from ide, raid, and ahci

I'm assuming either the board is bad or the OS is corrupted but is there any other alternative? or something I missed?

I don't see a of software check, as a Field Service Computer Tech with 18 years experience I still amazed that most people think its hardware failures, while the opposite is true.
Crashes on start up is either a Virus or spyware trying to load into the memory at boot. What kind of the antiviral software on the hard drive ? Before this problem showed up did he download any free porn or Torrents, up to a few days before?
On the other hand was anything overclocked? Did he raise the voltages while overclocking? Is the Copy of the OS legit ?
Take a HDD from another PC that has a OS on it XP, Vista , win 7. Make sure you not connected to the internet, unplug the modem etc.. Make sure the no other disk for storage or burned disk on the optical or flashes NO OTHER SOFTWARE at all is connected, you don't want to spread a virus if that's it. With this other HDD boot it with safe mode, that way the OS will not try to rewrite all the drivers of that HDD. Or boot the pc with the OS disk in the optical with the hard drive unhooked. If it boots its not the hardware. Reformat the drive, reinstall the OS. thumb.gif
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opps double post sorry rolleyes.gif
post #9 of 9
Ah man I need to read the date of the post lol this one old ah well band.gif
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