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idata
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Windows 7 Won't Boot

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I just installed a DH77DF motherboard into a case that had an ASROCK350 in it before. I am trying not to have to rebuild Windows, but the system won't boot even with video and network in a "degraded" mode so that I can install the Intel drivers.

I can get the Windows Recovery tools to boot but they are not helpful in getting the drivers installed, either.

Can someone help?

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Silvia_L_Intel1
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Hello David,

Since you replace your motherboard from an ASROCK* to an Intel (R) unit, it is necessary to perform a clean installation of the Operating system. This is requiring because the operation system loads the motherboard's system configuration into its registry. Changing the hardware configuration will result in a boot error.

If both motherboards have the same chipset type you may want to try the following step on this link, but bear in mind it might don't work. http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-028426.htm# movedrive Desktop Boards — Troubleshooting operating system issue

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Silvia_L_Intel1
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Hello David,

Since you replace your motherboard from an ASROCK* to an Intel (R) unit, it is necessary to perform a clean installation of the Operating system. This is requiring because the operation system loads the motherboard's system configuration into its registry. Changing the hardware configuration will result in a boot error.

If both motherboards have the same chipset type you may want to try the following step on this link, but bear in mind it might don't work. http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-028426.htm# movedrive Desktop Boards — Troubleshooting operating system issue

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