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casmello

Computer Repair, im at a loss....

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Na i couldnt write anything down, but i know which one i used from these forums if i can find them. Do you know the thread for my ram settings?

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hmm there used to be a thread showing all different settings but nothing comes up with search

 

I dont care if i have to reinstall windows, but if i dont have to it would be much better. lemme no what i should do

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so... yeah im trying to install windows on one of my harddrives but when i do it says its not the right format and wants me to delete the partition so **** that, then i try my other harddrive and have the time when i start the computer bios doesnt even see the harddrive, so i go into bios and autodetect sometimes it works sometimes it doesnt. When it doesnt detect it, it does that pos Detect Array whicih is really . me off...... so any help guys... i dongt want to have to delete my other harrdrive to much stuff on it

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you can't make another 5gb partition on the hard drive?

make sure your ram past memtest.

plug in the stuff needed only for installation ( no 10+ hard drives).

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To recognize single non-OS HD:

 

Try another IDE cable.

Check your Master/Slave setting.

Try another IDE slot both on motherboard and on cable to HD.

 

Are you doing this outside the case?

No sound card yet?

Do you have another clean HD to try?

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