New build wont start Tags: Homebuilt New Build Systems Last response: February 8, 2013 10:13 AM in Systems Share lahliet February 8, 2013 9:22:42 AM Just assembled my new pc and it gets to the Windows load screen and then as soon as the dots start to move it restarts. Here's my build Msi 970a g46 mobo And phenom 965 be Radeon hd 7870 750w psu My ram and he'd are from old pc. I tryed everything but nothing works I swapped my CPU out with another I had and didn't work I put the hdd I'm another comp and booted fine I switched the SATA modes and tryed them all Is my mobo bad ? Or am I missing something More about : build wont start smorizio a b B Homebuilt system February 8, 2013 10:13:39 AM if your hard drive was pulled from another system and has windows on it. you have to boot into safe mode and remove all of the system devices. if not you have to nuke and pave the hard drive and start with a fresh copy of windows. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedNew Pc Build, Windows wont start(stuck in repair) Forum SolvedAsrock Extreme9 (New Build) won't start up. Where is the cpu power connector? Forum SolvedNew build won't start!!!! Forum SolvedNew build will not start up - All Asus mobo LED lights flashing, Q-codes switching non-stop. Won't turn off? Forum SolvedNew build won't even start up? Forum New build won't start Forum SolvedNew Build - PC won't even start Forum SolvedNew build won't start Forum New build, won't start up except first time after CPU installation Forum New build, won't start up except first time after CPU installation Forum SolvedNew build won't start up Forum SolvedNew build won't start Forum SolvedNew Build shuts down and won't start back up Forum Problem with my new build. It wont start. plz help Forum Solved[New Build] Won't Start :-( Forum New PC build blew circuit and now won't start up Forum SolvedHelp! Windows won't start on new build Forum SolvedNew Build won't start Forum New Build - Windows wont start :< Forum New build won't start at all. Have tried quite a lot. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !