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Posted on 2011-09-25
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Hi,

I had Windows 7, I wiped the hard drive, I try to install Windows XP SP2 or Windows server 2003, but gives me error.
I have hard drive 1TB.

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by:Lee W, MVP
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It would be INCREDIBLY helpful if you told us WHAT error your getting...
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Try Downloading the Latest Firmware of your Mobo.

or try to change the BIOS Settings from AHCI to IDE, once done installing change it back to AHCI.
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Awesome
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