just completed a build last night with the MSI P67A-GD65 board and for some reason when it boots I don't see the bios post screen, just a black screen with 99 at the bottom, then the marvell chip boot screen and windows starting up. I cant get into the bios due to this. Anyone else...
Thanks for the feedback. My first time with using an SSD, any pointers/links on setting up the page file?
I went with 4Gb as I don't believe my current system ever used more than that at a given time. I dont have multiple applications open at the same time, etc. Any good reasons for going with 8?
Just ordered these parts last night from newegg, what do you think.
1. Motherboard: MSI P67A-GD65 (B3)
2. RAM: 2Gx2 GSKILL F3-12800CL7D-4GBRM
3. Cooler: Cooler Master RR-B10-212P-G1 RT
4. Video Card: EVGA 015-P3-1582-AR GTX580
5. Drive: SSD 128G|CRUCIAL CTFDDAC128MAG-1G1
thanks for the replies guys. I plan on starting with around 5, 1 or 1.5TB drives and then slowly filling the system up.
Any issues with using "green" drives for this system?
My MB has the following PCI slots
2x PCI Express x16
2x PCI Express x1
3x PCI Slots
I will place a video...
I would like to build a WHS based server for my desktop PC and HTPC systems based on the Norco 4020. Could someone please suggest what motherboard, power supply and SATA controller cards I should buy?
Also, is the Norco 4020 good enough or have they released something better...
ok i was able to make myself a bootable dvd
1. install ultraiso
2. launch ultraiso and extract the boot image from a win7 dvd, you can use the RTM iso or a beta version. See the help section in ultraiso on how to do this.
3. From the file menu in ultraiso select a new bootable dvd/cd...
Im getting the same error wrangler!!
I went into the decompressed files folder and dbl clicked setup.exe, it's giving an error saying
The version of this file is not compatible with the version of Windows youre running. Check your computers system information....whether you need an x86 or x64...
maybe I posted too soon, the information for the USB tool only mentions that it puts the ISO file on a bootable USB or DVD disc, nothing about the compressed files.
My download completed, the exe file is a decompressor and it is currently decompressing the 3.3GB files...