Is it the Gigabyte GA-60TXE REV 1.0 's Fault or

Discussion in 'Gigabyte' started by mychucky, Feb 23, 2008.

  1. mychucky

    mychucky Guest

    I wanted to update a computer with a Gigabyte GA-60TXE REV 1.0 mothe
    board from win 98 which was functioning on it perfectly to Win 2000.
    I have tried three different install disks and 2 XP disks and it wil
    not finish the OS load, any ideas anyone it gets to the Splash scree
    and poops out.
    If I put a drive in that already has 2000 on it it will get to th
    Login prompt but will not go into safe mode. I been playing with thi
    for 2 days......18 hours so far. I tried 3 differnt CD players , too
    out the memory and just used one stick or the other. The CD just hang
    and the harddrive light stops and its done. Tried six other drives an
    the same with all of the
    mychucky, Feb 23, 2008
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    Paul Guest

    Try booting with a Knoppix or Ubuntu linux LiveCD. Those don't need a
    hard drive, to work. They will need a certain amount of RAM. You don't say
    how much RAM you've got, and maybe that is a limitation.

    And I couldn't find a web page for the 60TXE, so maybe my favorite
    search engines are busted.

    Paul, Feb 24, 2008
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    old man Guest

    A win2k or winxp hd from another system is allmost bound to fail, at the
    least a repair installation of win is required to load the correct drivers
    Win9* is wholy different to a winnt based sys

    Generally win2k/winxp installation problems are down to;
    1) Dodgy memory
    2) Faulty cd drive
    3) Damaged cd
    4) Other hw periferals that are connected during the installation for a memory testing utiity
    Disconnect all extra periferals leaving only a single hd, single memory
    stick, cd, vid.card & keybd/mouse
    PS Your vid.card supports win2k/winxp? You are clean installing & not
    attempting an upgrade?
    old man, Feb 24, 2008
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