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There should be no Bios errors and the Promise entries in Device Manager should be gone. But it looks like it could be related to my problem and may fix it. Firstly can anyone spot any incompatibilities in my kit? Or something that could corrupt the hard disk? When I have this type of trouble I usually tear the board down to basic components and start over adding things one at a time to see where the problem starts. The bios is set to the defaults for memory, but I will post what the manufacturer states and what is in the bios.
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MSI 875P neo system crashes at boot and within win XP (SATA hard disks used)
The event viewer and all the cards show fine in the device manager and the drivers install ok. We were successfully able to flash from BIOS 1.
Hi I hade the same problem for a month ago, give the DDR more power, up to 2. Hi Annie, Thanks for that I will check what they are and post them up here later. HardDrive to CD burer.
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I have no PCI cards in this box. While this is certainly a nice idea in practice, MSI still hasn’t come up with a working utility to tweak CoreCell. Can’t find anything about in the BIOS however. SamWAug 23, You can download the latest version of LiveUpdate by visiting this link. I wasn’t concerned, 875 driver I thought. There is a CoreCenter utility sat to tweak MSI’s CoreCell technology, but our best efforts to get this program to function properly failed.
This is getting really frustrating! Home Help Search Login Register. Bios now set as following: Preferably I want a method that gives the best result.
All, did as had been suggested. No, create an account now. You’ll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here. My hard disk partition for C: After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out. I also should mention that when removing 785p Promise Raid driver from the device manager, then rebooting the machine XP mentions it has found the Promise IDE controller I then installed the 1. Now it won’t run more than an hour without BSOD.
You should see the drive zata briefly after the initial post screen if you’ve disabled the MSI splash screen. Hi there, I decided to build my own kit based on the MSI p neo Motherboard, however the system keeps crashing, at random and often failing to reboot.
I tried, but when trying to install the driver it says the hardware is not compatible???? When rebooting, my monitor did not display immediately, so could not see what happened.
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MSI 875P Neo-FISR, 2 Ide, and 1 SATA device. Help
I’d probably be tempted to do a re-install on XP at this point but I re-install every few months so it may not be an option for you. Check the timing settings on you memory.
Im sorry it’s a long mail and I hope I have enough info here for ideas, I guess the next step is to start to smi with memory? Either the drivers are conflicting with each other or you may have some hardware trouble. And if so, will it have any performance degredation to any of the drives? So actually you can use the drive normally in Windows right?
Also not when using diskmgmt. Ok, I hope I was a little bit clear, I’m really desperateso I hope you can help ndo out!! It’s probably a combination of Bios and software settings, conflicting drivers etc