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New CPU and motherboard won't allow me to boot my ssd

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  • Windows 7
  • SSD
  • Boot
  • CPUs
  • Motherboards
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June 3, 2014 3:31:37 PM

I have just brought a new motherboard and CPU and I have installed them correctly I have a normal hard drive and a ssd at the boot menu it gives me two options which drive I would like to boot like normal but when I boot my either one it loads for a min then flashes a blue screen with writing I don't have enough time to read then restarts and sends me back to choosing boot drive.
I have tried repairing windows this does not help!
Please help!

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June 3, 2014 3:39:54 PM

You need to reinstall then. Your old windows had drivers install for a particular motherboard, chipset, southbridge, cpu drivers, etc.

You put a new one in, with a different chipset and it can't load the old drivers since it's incompatible.
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June 3, 2014 3:46:31 PM

getochkn said:
You need to reinstall then. Your old windows had drivers install for a particular motherboard, chipset, southbridge, cpu drivers, etc.

You put a new one in, with a different chipset and it can't load the old drivers since it's incompatible.


If I reinstall windows on my ssd will I lose all my data?
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a c 203 V Motherboard
a b $ Windows 7
June 3, 2014 3:51:05 PM

Henry beach said:
getochkn said:
You need to reinstall then. Your old windows had drivers install for a particular motherboard, chipset, southbridge, cpu drivers, etc.

You put a new one in, with a different chipset and it can't load the old drivers since it's incompatible.


If I reinstall windows on my ssd will I lose all my data?


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