Booted the drives on the new mobo. I just replaced it and Windows 7 will not start up. Granted on boot and first reboot , I did have a lot of drivers Windows 7 installed for me. Asus the problem, Microsoft the problem. Afterwards you or windows plug and play did install the correct gpu-driver. Go to the broken Windows 7 machine. CrystalDiskInfo: User's Manual: Monitors health status and temperature.
Like others have said your options for getting Windows to load up are to use sysprep before changing the hardware out or to do a clean install. It then pronounced itself satisfied clean device manager , and has operated flawlessly since. After removing the driver, win 7 booted successfully and then automatically reinstalled the driver with no assistance from me! I figured out what I did wrong before when I 'thought' that I had aligned it. This should successfully copy your new motherboard's drivers across to Windows. It seems to delete the old driver out of current control set 00 from your registry, and replace it with generic version. From File menu select Load Hive to load the offline registry.
What fascinates me are the machinations of technology's biggest companies. Not to sure whether this has been solved or not but from my experience the main problem is the cpu architecture. After rebooting from disk, drivers should start swapping out in a cascade you can monitor by clicking on the system tray animation. Are you using the exact same model of motherboard? Thank goodness for Hirens, and many thanks for your post! Adidedic89 said: Hello, I just wanted to post a solution that worked for me as it was really a quick fix. I have tried some of the discs in other machines.
In this case you have to use an Offline Registry Editor to modify registry settings. There is a very easy way of getting around this issue but it will require 3rd party software, but reliable software by Acronis. Sysprep basically tells Windows to behave as if you're starting Windows for the first time and allows it to use drivers for your new hardware while keeping all your old data and settings. I may have turned on my computer by accident with no power to the motherboard. If I can ever get an operating system installed, I will use some of this information to check out the various components. If you have an oem disc you should call Microsoft and tell them you got a new motherboard, they can reset the lock on it.
You did clean off all the old thermal paste and applied a new fresh application on the cpu? They can be read on other machines. It's able to identify a large scale of system components and supports the latest technologies and standards. For the first time, I am offered an advanced startup screen like you normally see when pressing F8. Very similar problem as described in this post:. Tried to boot into safe mode, but the same outcome.
But if you're using a legit copy of windows, all you have to do is call microsoft, and tell them that you did a motherboard swap because your old one broke. I Know this is an old post, But I thought id share my experience incase anyone else is looking for a solution to this issue, 1. I am unable to tell it to boot from disc because a selection can't be made without a keyboard. You shouldn't pirate it, because Microsoft deserves to get paid for products they develop. Obligatory disclaimers There's also the stock disclaimer to take into mind.
. I have to install everything on the Lenovo? I found a Windows Recovery disk and booted from that. Your response will be really appreciated. And then everyone with an Asus motherboard was hit. Do you also have your Windows 7 product key? How hard is it to install something like Linux? Its key will only work with the original hardware.
If that is the case, have you checked using the disc on any other computer? The Motherboard was replaced under warranty service. No activation request from windows 7 at this time. If I can get into Windows to run setup. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Do I need to reinstall windows 7 with a Motherboard replacement? I choose 7, and it says starting windows sometimes , then my screen blinks a few times and restarts. That's even with W7 slowly adding drivers in one by one. You helped me to keep all my data and settings, as i was already desperate, I will have to go all from start again. This pc does not show on line that there is supposed to be a reset button in the back.