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    x48T2R - Verifying DMI Pool Data Error out of Blue

    Guys my mobo throws out a bunch of errors @ verifying DMI pool time. This happens even when trying to boot from a DVD Drive.
    It looks like this even @ stock:

    >00000080
    <00000002
    000000C1
    000000048
    *<00064028
    J
    I cleared the CMOS, pulled out the battery, etc -- no luck.
    Mobo says "FF"

    Any ideas?
    BTW bought from mobopro
    x3350@3.4<>DFI X48T2R LT<>8GB RAM<>GTX280<>Vista Ultimate x64 SP1<>NEC 2690WUXi

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    You sure the CD/DVD you're trying to boot off of is fine?
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    Are the IDE cables seated correctly?
    Take everything off and redo your build again,get that out the way first...

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    Quote Originally Posted by berk View Post
    Are the IDE cables seated correctly?
    Take everything off and redo your build again,get that out the way first...
    Thanks all for the advice.
    This build is a couple of months old and had been working flawlessly till yesterday.

    I have 2 SATA DVD Burners -- they can't both be bad one second to the next, right?

    My PSU is a Seasonic M12 700w
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    ...just try it for now..

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    Quote Originally Posted by berk View Post
    ...just try it for now..
    Ok

    Plugging/unplugging 1 HDD at a time: the culprit was my storage drive.
    If this is plugged in it gives the error otherwise it will boot just fine (wish I figured this out before I had wiped out my perfectly healthy raid array )

    If I hot plug the drive in windows, I can access it...
    going to run Seagate diagnostic tools...

    BTW, can I alter the MBR without wiping out the partition? (1 only)
    t'anks.
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    BTW, can I alter the MBR without wiping out the partition? (1 only)
    I dont know
    http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en...e+Search&meta=

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    Quote Originally Posted by berk View Post
    BTW, can I alter the MBR without wiping out the partition? (1 only)
    I dont know
    http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en...e+Search&meta=
    i did worked for me had a partition go bad formated that partition n added mbr n drive booted

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