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The solution is quite simple but not so well documented. It's the same for a lot of motherboard with FlashBack capability. The trick is that some new processors are not supported by the firmware of the motherboard out of the box. You then have to update the firmware of your motherboard with the flashack. This video show you how to do it: ...
Had a similar problem with a new computer i helped assemble for a friend. We contacted the site we bought it from and said we suspected a shortcircuit of some sorts in the power supply. They sent over a new one and it works fine now. So my guess would be to try with another power supply or just contact the store/site you bought it from.
I did some more browsing of the event logs and found a solution. Open the System logbook in the Windows Logbooks root folder. then filter for events of level information with event ID 1. this will show 2 different events: one from the Kernel-General, one from the Power-Troubleshooter. The Kernel-General event is a notification that the system time has ...
I had the same issues with Lenovo T60 - Windows 7 installation would freeze right at the "Starting Windows" screen. Laptop also froze during Debian installation. XP would install fine. Tried everything but the obvious - removing the laptop battery, which fixed all the problems. In my case the battery was already fully dead - I only kept it in place to ...
There's likely to be enough differences between your new motherboard, processor, CPU and graphics card to cause this sort of problem. If you have the Windows 7 install media (eg. Windows 7 Ultimate with SP1 etc) you could boot from that and do a repair install, you'll lose a few settings but it's got a reasonable chance of success. Bear in mind it will take ...
As and31415 pointed out, a 7B stop error corresponds to an inaccessible boot device. This is usually due to a change in SATA mode, such as moving from RAID to AHCI or AHCI to Legacy. It can also correspond to a change between controllers, such as from an Intel storage controller to an AMD storage controller. See the Microsoft KB here.
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