No, create an account now. With me, I could pull the HDD and I could get to the BIOS screen. Disconnected both my SATA connectors and computer Post successfully. The bad HD is my master data drive. http://onlinetvsoftware.net/bios-error/bios-error-144.php
You'll be able to ask questions about your motherboard or chat with the community and help others. At first I was going to say RTFM, but on closer inspection this board does not have this feature. The information below is what I tried to send you. The drive is humming when powered.
I have had older HP computers exhibit this symptom ("DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER") when anything USB is plugged in at startup, for some reason the BIOS Could a bad CPU cause this? Intel MoBo is a DP55WB with 4 gig of memory.
I will share what I have learned concerning this 5A issue... Any solution for 5A before post? Since then it has worked okay, though I had some problems with USB but that's a different story. Blog spam, link spam, referral spam, joke responses, memes, novelty accounts, trolling, unethical behavior, and personal insults will not be tolerated.
EDIT: After letting th pc run for 1-2 minutes, the error code switches from 5A to 5B. 2 commentsshareall 2 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]VelociraptorLlamaTrusted 0 points1 point2 points 10 months ago(1 child)you can see Resetting Sata Bus And All Devices I'm unable to figure out problem because it can't boot where should i look for solution thanks in advance ark , Jul 10, 2006 #1 Advertisements Trent Guest On 10 Reply August 19, 2011 at 11:43 am Pingback: reparacion de pc Beto Nunes says: Thanks a lot! I had four brand new SATA HD drives laying around and I tried them all, no change.
Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 ... Plug your monitor into the built-in VGA port located on the motherboard. > Also I >forget to mention it early that, I've SATA hard drive.. Next one I build I'll probably even use and AMD processor. it worked again.
I have SATA hard drive and IDE DVD/RW... All working fine now. Intel Motherboard Error Codes well this is a problem that i been dealing with intel motherboards for long time, the problem is when you change something in the motherboard(in my case hard drive), the motherboard Dp55wb The only way to wake it up, was to switch power off at the wall and back on again, then restart the computer.
solution DX79SR error code 5a solution SolvedError code 00, and no post beep and bootup, not even to bios. I've tried updating BIOS firmware downwards to 319 version from 336 - no luck. TC Resource Network Reply With Quote Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 ... news Release notes (search 5A in PDF)...
I'll look into the BIOS update. Advanced Search Overclock.net›Forums›AMD›AMD Motherboards›Post error "5A" Bulldozer Featured SponsorsSponsor ShowcasesFeenixSound BlasterAquatuningIn WinView MoreSelect OneAquatuningAsusFeenixIn WinSound Blaster Recent Reviews See All the Latest Reviews ADATA Technology SU800 SSD Review Reviewed by I've done all that you've mentioned above...
I have the 7100 build key but thought I had not complied with MS rules and they shut it down. Oldman jim Wednesday, August 05, 2009 6:27 PM The machine wouldn't post until I lost that 512 MB video card. Thanks for posting this. The information below is what I tried to send you.
cistec posted Aug 14, 2016 Power Problem Building New... Rules Posts consisting only of a title/link will be deleted. Extreme3 does have some drawbacks though, mainly that it has half as many power phases which could limit overclocking. More about the author Problem resolved with the latest BIOS update from Intel for my DG33TL...
Another RIVE board I had decided it was going to up my vcore voltage 1.5 and 3.3Ghz and fry my chip for me. Does not make sense because an NVidia GTX 660 worked fine prior which tells me the problem is an inherent flaw in the hardware/firmware of the Diamond graphics card and not Full Review New Posts All Forums:Forum Nav:HomeSubscriptionsPrivate MessagesWho's OnlineForumsOverclock.net ForumNew MembersOverclock.net Related News and InformationOverclock.net Member PollsOverclock.net Contests and PromotionsForum Platform Help and Discussion Bugs and Technical IssuesSubmit a Bug ReportResolved Previous graphics card (NVIDIA GTX 660) had no problems.
BIOS updates supposedly fixed it. I did everything, checked CPU and Socket pins first, they look perfectly fine. Removed one by one the sound card, removed Graphics card, removed all SATA devices: 2 x DVD-Roms and 3 x HDD and 1 x SSD. (one by one and all together). I guess the first option would be to shell out ~$35 for an AM3 Sempron and use it to flash the BIOS.
Seems like a problem with the BIOS.