P4P800 Deluxe and blinking cursor

Discussion in 'Asus' started by NBK, Nov 19, 2004.

  1. NBK

    NBK Guest


    Windows XP SP2 will not boot. I rebooted my system and received a
    blinking cursor in the left corner. I unplugged my USB to no avail. I
    reset the CMOS to no avail. I reflashed the 1019 BIOS to no avail.

    My Specs: ATI Radeon 9800 Pro, Enermax EG651P-VE FMA 550 Watts, On
    board sound, on board NIC, ADS 1394a Card, Pioneer DVR-A04 DVD-RW,
    Samsung SM-352b Combo Drive, Windows XP Pro SP2, Zalman CNPS7000A-CU,
    ASUS P4P800 Deluxe rev. 2.0 1019 BIOS, P4 3.4E OEM SL7E6 MALAY rev. D0
    processor, Maxtor 40Gb HDD PATA, Maxtor 160Gb HDD RAID 0

    Attached USB Stuff: APC Back-UPS RS 1500VA UPS, HP Photosmart 7550
    Printer, Umax Astra 2200 Scanner

    NBK, Nov 19, 2004
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  2. You rebooted after doing what exactly?

    Have you checked your BIOS to see which drive/partition you're booting
    from? I've discovered that after making changes to my system, like
    adding a new hdd, the BIOS will make a different drive my boot drive.

    Bill Anderson
    Bill Anderson, Nov 19, 2004
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  3. NBK

    NBK Guest

    I ran Maxtor's PowerMax to check for errors and found some errors on it.
    More than likely i am looking at clean install!!!!!!!!!

    NBK, Nov 19, 2004
  4. NBK

    NBK Guest

    Can anyone think of something before i lowlevel format the hard drive.
    NBK, Nov 19, 2004
  5. NBK

    m.marien Guest

    I'm fairly certain that PowerMax warns you about destroying the data whe it
    makes changes. I checked a few drives with it for warrantee. One it fixed.
    Everything was wiped from before, but it rewrote the partition table so that
    basically wipes out the partitions anyhow.

    If it's really important, try norton or something - otherwise, start again
    m.marien, Nov 20, 2004
  6. NBK

    NBK Guest

    I low-level formatted the drive. I am thinking about replacing it.
    NBK, Nov 21, 2004
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