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My system froze at the very begining before it checks my system configurations. It says "Veryfing DMI Pool Data". Please help.
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by:mixelogj
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There is a motherboard confict . have you enabled the usb controller ?
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by:wayneb
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Go into bios and then pci configuration and there should be an option to reset configuration data, enable this then save the bios and reboot and see what happens.
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by:harley47
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Reset the bios there should be a jumper on the mainboard or you can remove the battery for 30 seconds.  This will reset the bios to the defaults after that you can tweak it for better performance
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have you tried booting from a floppy?
if it does then your file system is corrupt on the hd
if so try reinstalling the os over the old one
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by:JefLars
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Right after the BIOS posts this message, it enables the on-board cache. If the cache is bad the system hangs. Try disabling the EXTERNAL cache.
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