It won’t hurt to put all four channels into “Auto”, but as you have noticed, this will slow your boot time down while the BIOS searches for devices that are not attached to the 2 unused connectors. It should install from the cd to the hdd that you choose. Note that passwords are case-sensitive. Could have been anything. Maybe I got the wires put in wrong? Quote message in reply?

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Thx guys here some more information In Bios it says: Benchmarking Software and Discussion G41mmt-s2. Password Please enter a password for your user account. I kinda felt weird in a mad scientist way, but it worked lol.

But why didn’t it detect the drives before? Bootable Add – in Cards.

I think there should be my Hard Disks listed right? If you have the optical drive in the boot order, you should get a message along the lines of “Press any Key to boot from CD”. Cooling Corsair Hi v2.


Change thre value to “Auto”.

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On repost, enter the BIOS again. If I were to guess, I would assume that your optical drive containing the windows install disk f44 not in the boot order in your BIOS menu.

Here’s what you have to do. Monitor 2 x Acer 24 inch IPS. Cooling CoolerMaster Hyper Evo. Case Fractal Design Node Options Quote message in reply? BB code is On.

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Basically meaning, the computer isn’t booting into any operating system or anything. In order to be able to post messages on the Overclock.

It should install from the cd to the hdd that you choose. Page 1 of 2. If you do not want to register, fill this field only and the name will be used as user name for your post.


Currently both HDD are connected to Sata 0 and 1. Originally Posted by Cacophony. For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. It sounds to me like you have the boot order messed up in bios. So they are referring to your hard drive. I’ve got Sata 0, Sata 1, Sata 2 and Sata 3. Then when your ready to install windows, just hit F8 and select to boot from cd. Quote message in reply?

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