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Can't reinstall windows

Cleared CMOS, updated BIOS and it booted into windows install.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

A few weeks ago I ran into issues with my PC, and I assumed my raid array failed.

 

I'm working on it now, and I am unable to reinstall windows. On the screen where windows installs, the circle either freezes after a few minutes, or BSODs and displays an error message (Your PC Ran into a problem, restarting) at various stages of fullness (ie only the first 20 or so characters show up). I can get into the Bios just fine, and my next step is going to be resetting the CMOS.

 

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MSI G7 X99A

i7 6800K

 

Reset CMOS and it gave me uncorrectable error after a rather short boot time.

Now it's giving me error A2 on my motherboard


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Are you still trying to do raid?

Turn off raid and have only one drive plugged in while installing.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, Enderman said:

Are you still trying to do raid?

Turn off raid and have only one drive plugged in while installing.

I deleted the partition and am trying to get into the bios to disable it.

 

When I entered the settings on it my bios froze. I'd hazzard a guess and say that's the point of failure in both cases.


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Posted · Original PosterOP · Best Answer

Cleared CMOS, updated BIOS and it booted into windows install.


Just remember: Random people on the internet ALWAYS know more than professionals, when someone's lying, AND can predict the future.

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