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Ok i installed windows and everything and after it boots to windows i put the dfi cd in the drive install all the stuff off of it and it wont auto run so i went to my computer and when i click dvdrom it just freezes, any ideas? Also the internet is not working at all.

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what bios are you running with the x2? what brand dvd is it? your psu is underpowered too. do you have all 4 power connectors hooked including the hdd and fdd types?

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i am having the exact same problem and i know someone else is also having this problem. i have no clue what to do. i have spent hours on end trying to figure out how to fix this. i have a plextor and the other guy has a benq. i have a feeling it isn't the dvd burner but instead the motherboard or bios settings.

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Ok i got it fixed i had an extra dvd rom lying around and poped it in and it worked, now i have another problem i put the dvd drive on my tv and the dfi drivers disk was below and the dvd rom fell and broke it lol, umm now i gota download all the drivers. Would the internet work without the dfi drivers installed???

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Ok guys sorry for getting pissed, but i got it now i just installed the nvidia drivers for dfi and everything works now. Thank god, as you can probly tell this is my first build. Lol

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Umm ya i stated obove that i have a 500watt and i didnt update the bios yet im just trying to get this dam thing to run. I did get it running i just said load last good configuration but now the lan, audio etc... drivers are not installed anymore.

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