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New Processor+motherboard, Weird Message

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#1 Roadblock


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Posted 08 January 2008 - 03:34 PM

Hey guys i just recently purchased a Q6600, and P5k-e Wifi motherboard. Whenever i run startup the computer there is no more American Megatrend logo at the top left with all the loading information. Instead of that screen is shows the following message. "Detect Drivers Done, no any drive found," than in a matter of seconds switches to another screen where it says "Checking NVRAM." Followed by the Windows XP Splash Screen. Everything works fine, it loads just as fast as it would. Is it always like this with Intel Motherboards, since i've always used AMD so i don't know whats normal or not. Maybe i didn't plug in something correctly. If anyone knows how to fix this and get a normal boot. Or if this is normal.

Thanks in advance,

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#2 Sneakycyber


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Posted 08 January 2008 - 03:47 PM

There are settings in the bios menu that allow you to skip that information or to view it upon start up. The are usually as follows, Full screen logo: enable or disable, Quickboot: Enable, disable (they are located under the boot menu under boot settings and configuration. Check the settings, by default both are enabled. If it loads fine I wouldn't worry about it. There doesn't appear to be a problem.

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