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I sent my notebook Asus n50vc to repair, i kept my HDD. Now, my notebook is back, so I plugged the HDD back and when I turn the notebook on, it boots my Windows 7, shows Windows logo and then crashes with BSOD.

I think, that they put new motherboard in my notebook so there could be some conflict with drivers. I can't even boot into safe mode, is there any way to fix this problem. (HDD is working properly, I had it in the external box and connected it via USB, no problems with data)

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Wow, I fixed it! I went to BIOS and did something like Advanced -> IDE configuration -> here I changed mode co Comatible from Enhanced. It's working now! – milano Apr 29 '11 at 11:05
You should post that as an answer to your question. – Mehper C. Palavuzlar Apr 29 '11 at 11:13

I fixed it. I went into the BIOS and did something like:

  1. Advanced
  2. IDE Configuration
  3. Changed the mode from Enhanced to Compatible.

It's working now.

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