what can i do? Tags: Hard Drives AMD MSI Seagate Storage Last response: November 2, 2004 8:05 PM in Storage Share adolfo November 2, 2004 7:46:00 PM i bought this: amd athlon64 3000 MSI K8NEO 1gb ddr400 80gb seagate (2hdds in raid0) 9800pro i use it by one night in my friend´s house and then i took it to my house and the windows doesn´t start. More about : question Coyote November 2, 2004 8:05:37 PM Unplugg the power cord, and try reseating your vid card and ram. Something may have shook loose in transporting it. Mobile XP 2600+ (11X200) Abit NF7-S v 2.0 Maxtor 60GB ATA 133 7200RPM 512MB Corsair Twinx 3200LL BBA 9800 Pro Enermax Noisetaker 420 watts Win2K sp4 Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWhat can I Overclock my liquid Cooled GTX 770 to? Forum SolvedWhat power supply should i buy for my new PC? Forum SolvedWhat t power supply do I need? Forum Solvedwhat is the price of this item in pakistani rupees? Forum SolvedWhat is broken in my pc? Forum SolvedWhat is the difference between the Cooler Master HAF XB and the Cooler Master HAF XB EVO Forum SolvedWhat is Open CL?? Forum Solvedwhat is Nvidia physx & cuda?? Forum SolvedWhat is AMD MANTLE? Forum SolvedWhat are the drives I need to download for a new pc? Forum SolvedWhat should i upgrade? Forum SolvedWhat processor should I get for gaming and video rendering at 1080P? Forum SolvedWhat is svchost.exe process and why do i have 12 of them? Forum SolvedWhat Hardware Component is The OS Tied to? Forum Solvedwhat setting can i get for this build? Forum SolvedWhat is the greend,red etc colors in some liquid pc's? Forum Solvedwhat ram speed can my Intel core i7 3770 run at Forum SolvedWhat PSU do i get for my i5 4690k and r9 290 Forum SolvedWhat to do? Looking to upgrade PSU, but motherboard has funky slot interface (24 pin mini) Forum SolvedIs this a good gaming pc build and what graphics card should I buy? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !