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Problem of using a new motherboard

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I had a ASUS mb using Win-7 and CPU E7500. Last week, the mb could not work , so I replaced it with a new 1155 socket Asrock mb and a Intel G630-CPU. After connecting all, the WIN-7 booted and halt saying that it detected some hardwares changed and could not fixed the problem.......so please help...what can I do to make it up-and-running again without re-install the WIN-7. Thx
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    You must reinstall the Windows. Because you had another types of drivers and hardware. And now you need other drivers for another socket.
  2. When people change out motherboards, they usually cannot avoid reinstalling Windows.

    Only if they get one that is the exact same kind as they had before.
  3. Best answer selected by kingdavy.
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