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Hey experts


after broke 2 of my intel cpu pins, i had to get new cpu, so i decide to get AMD athlon 64 and a new mobo, ECS 755-A2, after everything hooked in, first problem was it does not detect my 2nd harddrive ( which have no operating system just plain files ) then had to take it out first and use the 1st hard drive, next problem is corrupted ntoskrnl.exe and now i get rid of it... and next after trying to install WIN XP HOME ED, this BSOD popped after load couple seconds and the tech code is up there can you guys tell me whats wrong? i nvr used AMD cpu before, didnt know if theres something wrong i did to the mobo or whatever it is.


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Check this link:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=330182
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im very sure i had a lot of empty space since i just reformat it and i dun think my RAMs are damaged or device drivers im not really sure about this and about my video it works fine though..
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But is your existing hardware compatible with the new motherboard?
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.oops next post =P
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hmm since im using sata, i think the harddrive is compatible with the hd, because it supports SATA =P if im wrong let me know and how do you check if the hardrive compatible or not?

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Loading Windows XP on a SATA drive
Just in case anyone else has this problem and doesn't want to spend an hour figuring it out...

If you are loading Windows XP onto a computer with a serial ATA (SATA) hard drive, you will have to manually load the SATA drivers.

As suggested on this usenet post, you need to put the drivers on a floppy disk.

Copy the drivers from motherboard support CD *\DriverDisk\SATA\*.* into root directory of floppy disk. (i.e. root directory of floppy disk should contain \pide and \sata folders, txtsetup.oem, etc. files.)

Then, boot system by Windows XP installation CD, when the message "Press F6 if you need to install a third party SCSI or RAID driver" shows up, press "F6". Then, press "S" to specify additional device when next screen pops up. Put the driver floppy disk you made in and press enter to continue. If the floppy disk is made successfully, the installation program will ask for selecting driver. Please then select "VIA Serial ATA RAID Controller(Windows XP)".) After SATA driver loaded and Windows XP can recognize the SATA HDD, you can continue to install Windows XP as usual.

This should work fine if you have the drivers on a CD somewhere.


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hey

i didnt try yet, do you where to get raid driver? because i dont think i have one and also to let you know there's differences between 2 mobos i got

ECS 755-A2 and INTEL D865PERL

-ECS ( NEW ONE )
Storage Devices
PATA 2 x ATA 133 up to 4 Devices
SATA 2 x SATA 150
SATA RAID RAID 0/1

-Intel ( OLD MOBO )
Storage Devices
PATA 2 x ATA 100 up to 4 Devices
SATA 2 x SATA 150
SATA RAID RAID 0/1

i was about to just return amd and ecs and just get another intel =(
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The drivers should be on the CD for your motherboard.
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tried it, it doesnt work =(
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Just a suggestion, try checking and making sure your memory and cables and cards are seated properley.

Just an idea, you have probably already checked this........... :)
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yeah

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