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Apr 23, 2013 at 8:54 PM #15 laberko New Member Joined: Apr 23, 2013 Messages: 1 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 You are wrong Mussels said: ↑ you should always reinstall windows but if it doesnt, and most will fail.. If you do not activate in the 3 day period, then you may have to call Microsoft and explain that you swapped out your Motherboard and you need them to allow What do I do in this case.. http://afede.org/windows-7/changed-the-morherboard-now-vista-will-not-start-bsod.html

The good news is Microsoft put a lot of work into how Vista handles critical errors and other glitches that in previous OSes would cause a system crash. How far are you getting to Windows before it gives the error? Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the It also had an option to upgrade to Windows 7 via upgrade disc. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/304001-30-bsod-motherboard

How To Repair Windows 7 After Changing Motherboard

Send PM 22nd January 2008,10:38 AM #4 ICT_GUY Join Date Feb 2007 Location Weymouth Posts 2,290 Thank Post 736 Thanked 285 Times in 206 Posts Rep Power 110 The only i.e. Is next Gen going to be AM3+? You can 1 of 2 things here. [1] Go to your BIOS> SATA Operation mode and change the setting from AHCI/IRRT (Raid On) to ATA.

With the wrong storage driver, it can't read the drive, and it will blue screen like that every time. Did you know that most ATMs are running Windows XP, the same OS that Microsoft is getting ready to stop supporting? use the new board as an excuse to do a complete reinstall! New Motherboard Startup Repair However, not all programs save their settings the same way. . . –surfasb Dec 5 '11 at 5:20 | show 3 more comments Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign

Although I have limited experience with Server products I just thought I would double check. Windows 7 Change Motherboard Blue Screen Insert your windows install disk into your computer and then shut it completey down and unplug the power cord form the Power Supply. 2. You can also run a diagnostic program such as Memtest86+ to help determine which stick is defective. http://tumblr.tristesse.org/post/80622334193/windows-7-bsod-after-changing-motherboard I just took them off the install disk.

Once you bring up the command line, eject the windows boot disk from your CD ROM and insert your Motherboard distro CD into the slot. 11. Msi Motherboard Driver Downloads Thanks Send PM 21st January 2008,10:47 PM #2 TechSupp Join Date Mar 2007 Location South Yorkshire Posts 2,203 Thank Post 363 Thanked 173 Times in 130 Posts Rep Power 55 Awesome things) Memory: 16GB 2400MHz, C11 1.5V Video Card(s): SLI'd EVGA SSC 970's (the best buy edition) - semi-passive. i.e (ASUS) and download the latest Rapid Storage Technology drivers incase you are using a newer SSD, etc.

Windows 7 Change Motherboard Blue Screen

i.e (ASUS) and download the latest Rapid Storage Technology drivers incase you are using a newer SSD, etc. http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/windows-7-new-motherboard-bsod.144609/ Hard Disk(s): Samsung 850 Evo 500G (OS+games) + 512GB Samsung 830 (steam) (20+TB of mechanical on server) Optical Drive: Samsung Blu Ray drive (SH-B083A) LCD/CRT Model: Samsung 4K 40" HDTV (UA40KU6000WXXY) How To Repair Windows 7 After Changing Motherboard Once your computer shutdown after doing the syspreppreparation, you can now change your hardware. Changed Motherboard Windows 7 Won't Boot Full Review PNY GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Graphics Card (VCGGTX10606PB) Reviewed by Hequaqua **Update** I've updated the charts to reflect the results better.

That said, Samsung couldn't have been too happy that this electronic ad that crashed into a BSoD, though it obviously didn't prevent the company from selling a quintillion phones since then. http://afede.org/windows-7/cng-sys-error-windows-7.html This should allow your Win7 OS to boot up at least to the desktop to be able to log in. [2] Update you driver repository to match your new Serial ATA Presentation Gone Wrong Bill Gates could do nothing by smile awkwardly during a Windows 98 presentation that quickly took a turn for the hilarious. I recommend re-installing windows after you get it to work. Change Motherboard Without Reinstalling Windows 7

I have of course tried searching the net, and I have tried a lot of different things, but none has worked so far.2. Once your boot into the BIOS and vefify all your settings are correct, then allow it to boot into Windows and Life is good again!! If your computer repairs great.. his comment is here Sorry can't be more specific but hope it helped anyway.

You have 3 days to RE-ACTIVATE your Windows OS Copy.. Paragon Adaptive Restore 2010 We've had good luck sticking with the major players, such as AVG, Norton, Kaspersky, AntiVir, and Nod32 for our antivirus scanning, and Norton Ghost and Acronis TrueImage for backup duties. I can usually get in 2-3 mobo changes before a fresh install....Click to expand...

Most, if not ALL ppl on TPU know enough to reinstall windows when changing a motherboard Apr 23, 2013 at 10:03 PM #18 Sasqui Joined: Dec 6, 2005 Messages: 8,731

Boot to ultimate boot cd on a thumb drive (freeware: http://www.ubcd4win.com/) Go to the registry tools, and use "Fix HDC" to fix the Hard Drive Controller when replacing your motherboard.It was You can unsubscribe at any time and we'll never share your details without your permission. When Windows boots it will take a LONG time to get all the updated drivers - but hey, it booted, right? Windows 7 Will Not Boot After Motherboard Replacement Remove all the screws from your motherboard and gently remove it from your tower. 4.

Once that is done, replace the windows boot disk back into your computer and reboot. 15. I do have amd overdrive installed since my setup was previously amd. Quenlin When i looked for the windows 7 drivers for my MObo I only find audio drivers. http://afede.org/windows-7/bsod-in-windows-7-64-bit.html Then install the rest of the motherboard’s drivers.

I still had to install the entire MSI software and now it's all great. No, Really! What disk controller type used?