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Gigabyte P55 MB CMOS Doesn't Want 2 Reset to Install Win7 64bit

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November 25, 2011 9:53:09 PM

Ok I've been trying to re-install windows 64bit, but the system will not let me because it's says that it's not compatible and I understand that.
I've deleted my HDD and reformatted it clean it out,
I've even flash my BIOS without the HDD plug in but the system and still isn't letting me install windows 64bit
Yes I've also taken the Cmos battery out of the system for about 5 to 10 minutes
because I have install 32 bit x86 when my HDD die and I wasn't able to find my Windows 64bit disc and had to buy another one days later.
Now I have 32bit switch i am not digging here and I want to install 64bit again.

Reason why I'd happen to believe this is taken place is the MB itself as the information of the 32 bit (X86)
Can someone help me a little to solve this issues, Normally I would have done it myself but this time nothing is working.
Can't think of anyway to clear the CMOS switch I have already did but the information from the 32 bit is still there.

Thank you
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November 26, 2011 12:37:22 AM

You may use a software program from your hardrive to wipe the drive and set up a new partition. I use maxblast 5.0, a free download that works with maxtor and seagate drives. Other hardrive manufacturer's have similar software. If windows won't install in "achi" mode, then you may have to install it in "native ide" mode. I had problems with one board recognizing my ssd; turns out the sandforce controller wasn't being detected by my old board. But native ide is the same speed as achi, just no trim support.
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November 26, 2011 2:23:27 AM

o1die said:
You may use a software program from your hardrive to wipe the drive and set up a new partition. I use maxblast 5.0, a free download that works with maxtor and seagate drives. Other hardrive manufacturer's have similar software. If windows won't install in "achi" mode, then you may have to install it in "native ide" mode. I had problems with one board recognizing my ssd; turns out the sandforce controller wasn't being detected by my old board. But native ide is the same speed as achi, just no trim support.


Like I said I tried everything and still, I even clean the HDD good and nothing.
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December 5, 2011 11:24:48 PM

figure out the problem and my issue was my CD was damage and wasn't able to read from the disc.....
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