I just built a new computer using the new Intel 1155 socket CPU. As you may or may not know, all 1155 socket motherboards were recalled due to issues with the SATA ports. Long story short, I got a refund for my H-series Biostar motherboard, and when the revised motherboards were made available, i bought a P-series Asus motherboard. All of the system hardware is the same, accept the motherboard.
The computer was running fine with the H-series Biostar motherboard, but now that i have swapped for the Asus, i seem to be running into problems. My first instinct is that the leftover H-series motherboard driver is messing with my new P-series build, but i can't get to the control panel to remove it. I have found a way to pull up windows explorer when i boot into recovery mode. Is it possible for me to remove my old motherboard drivers through windows explorer, or will i need to gain access to the control panel?
CPU: Intel i5 LGA 1155
MOBO: Asus P8P67-LE
Memory: G Skill 2*2GB
Video Card: PNY GeForce 9800 GT
PSU: Tried 380W and 650W, made no difference
Edited by Jason S, 18 March 2011 - 11:52 PM.