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mimiverdi

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#26
and yes I can open the case I built this system from all spare parts no warranty except for verry few select components.
 

pt

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Processor AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile TL-60 (Trinidad)
Motherboard ASUS F3Ka (ATI RS690M)
Cooling stock
Memory Nanya 2x1GB ddr2 667@5-5-5-15-2T
Video Card(s) ATI Mobility Radeon HD2600 512MB DDR2@ 580mhz/486mhz
Storage 160GB on laptop+250GB external
Display(s) ASUS 15.4
Case Asus Laptop F3Ka chassis
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Power Supply 1:30minutes battery
Software "genui xp", 'cause i hated vista
#27
Like Dell ads...

"Powerful Gaming PC"

with only 1GB of Crappy Valueram and a shitty 7300LE 128MB... :laugh:
for 1.999k AUD, like LOL. I could build it for less than 1k AUD (main cause, crap mobo, crap PSU, crap GPU)

You cant even run oblivion on it!
isn't that a hp ad? :confused:
´ps: don't forget the shitty pentium d 915 or something
 

mimiverdi

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Q. am i to understand the "DMI verr." ~IS~ the boot record?

and if so would a "LL/format" (low level format) correct this problem or is it futile?
 

ex_reven

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In my experience, the error was caused by corrupt files in windows.
I had to run a windows repair disc.

But obviously there is more than one cause.

You said you had two hard drives, so at least your capable of backing up your data if need be.
 

mimiverdi

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I got it thank you for trying to help. due to the fact it was empty drive no need for backing up data, and did a quick low level format to reset boot record re-petitioned, and formatted and re-connected primary os drive to system booted up ,and was glad to see a 232gb hdd available for storage ive learned the hard way to always remove all drives with data you want to keep from system before you format I lost alot of research once before due to not realizing drive change in dos mode swaping hdd and formatting the wrong one. but thank you againverry helpful imformation from this site.