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    Default Error Code: 0x80070057 Installing Windows 7

    Im using a ex38-ds4 w/F3 bios
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    -2 Raptor Hdds
    -Seagate 500gb
    -Xfx 9800 gtx
    -OCZ stealth PSU

    I am unable to reinstall windows on my computer. I am getting an error code 0x80070057, which from what I have read is from HDD or MB failure. Windows was working fine until my computer froze up, and I could no longer boot the computer. I thought it to be a hdd problem at first so, I undid my raid setup and tried installing it onto another HDD and got the same error code, and then tried to install it on to my seagate which I use to back up my stuff and thats it and got the same error code. Also I had to reset my CMOS to get my hdd to show up properly in bios. Thanks for any help.

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Please update your BIOS before we get any further, that is a very old BIOS and could be part of any issues you are having.

    Please flash to F6c located here
    GA-EX38-DS4 - GIGABYTE - Support&Download - Motherboard - BIOS

    Please read this guide if you are unsure of how to safely flash, do not use @BIOS
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/bios...h-guide-27576/

    Since you did clear the CMOS, can you now only see the one drive (Seagate)? If so, your raptors might be faulty, it would be odd though for both to go at once.

    Please test them with the WD Diagnostic tool, this can be done from DOS with your current system or by putting them in another PC and test from DOS or within windows. Floppy, CD ISO, and windows installer version of the WD Lifeguard Diagnostic tool is here
    WD Support > Downloads > SATA & SAS > WD VelociRaptor

    Also, can you post an image of the settings you are using in the Integrated Peripherals section of the BIOS (And DO NOT Make changes in the Standard CMOS Page, that should always all be auto)

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    I have a new touchnote t1028x with Windows 7 Starter . I cannot get the gesture software to configure- I tick the boxes and they untick themselves and become disabled again. I saw a reviewer that said she had the same issue and pronounced the gesture config did not work with Windows 7. Others posting on her review said they have no problems. Any suggestions? Thanks!

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    i have the GA-EP45-UD3P motherboard. i ahvea question about the 2 Gsata ports.. should i run my OS hdd on these ports or not? should i run just storage drives on them? or should they be used for Optical drives? burners as such? ive been told be some not to use them for hard drives let alone you OS drive.

    thanks for any help.
    GA-EP45-UD3P 1.6rev
    Q9550 @ 451x8.5 3.83ghz SLB8V 1.296 vcore in bios
    Batch #L846B715
    G-Skill ddr2 1066 2x1gb running at 1082mhz??
    OCZ Vendetta 2 with 120mm fan
    Corsair HX650w PSU with a 120mm fan
    Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTS
    WD2500AAKS
    WD3200AAKS
    WD500GB GP
    WD1001FALS
    All housed in the Big Red Hemi
    CM HAF 922 1X200MM,2X200MM RED LED & 1x140mm rear fan
    Burners=
    Sony Optaric Nec AD7220S
    Sony Optaric Nec AD7240S
    Lite-on IHAS324-9-A x2

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheller5921 View Post
    I have a new touchnote t1028x with Windows 7 Starter . I cannot get the gesture software to configure- I tick the boxes and they untick themselves and become disabled again. I saw a reviewer that said she had the same issue and pronounced the gesture config did not work with Windows 7. Others posting on her review said they have no problems. Any suggestions? Thanks!
    What are you asking about here? Sorry, I'm a bit lost

    Quote Originally Posted by cincyrob View Post
    i have the GA-EP45-UD3P motherboard. i ahvea question about the 2 Gsata ports.. should i run my OS hdd on these ports or not? should i run just storage drives on them? or should they be used for Optical drives? burners as such? ive been told be some not to use them for hard drives let alone you OS drive.

    thanks for any help.
    You should put your OS drive on the Intel ports, SATAII_0 or SATAII_0+1 if you are running RAID. Then put your DVD drive on the SATAII_5 port or on the GSATA ports, they are fine to use, just not as fast as the Intel controller is

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    You should put your OS drive on the Intel ports, SATAII_0 or SATAII_0+1 if you are running RAID. Then put your DVD drive on the SATAII_5 port or on the GSATA ports, they are fine to use, just not as fast as the Intel controller is

    thanks for the info. gonna switch my HDD and ODD's now
    GA-EP45-UD3P 1.6rev
    Q9550 @ 451x8.5 3.83ghz SLB8V 1.296 vcore in bios
    Batch #L846B715
    G-Skill ddr2 1066 2x1gb running at 1082mhz??
    OCZ Vendetta 2 with 120mm fan
    Corsair HX650w PSU with a 120mm fan
    Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTS
    WD2500AAKS
    WD3200AAKS
    WD500GB GP
    WD1001FALS
    All housed in the Big Red Hemi
    CM HAF 922 1X200MM,2X200MM RED LED & 1x140mm rear fan
    Burners=
    Sony Optaric Nec AD7220S
    Sony Optaric Nec AD7240S
    Lite-on IHAS324-9-A x2

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    If you are using RAID please do not, or wait for help. Otherwise you will be fine

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    no im not useing RAID. i dont knwo the first thing about it. i just have the OS on my WD2500AAKS and the rest are just for storage.
    GA-EP45-UD3P 1.6rev
    Q9550 @ 451x8.5 3.83ghz SLB8V 1.296 vcore in bios
    Batch #L846B715
    G-Skill ddr2 1066 2x1gb running at 1082mhz??
    OCZ Vendetta 2 with 120mm fan
    Corsair HX650w PSU with a 120mm fan
    Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTS
    WD2500AAKS
    WD3200AAKS
    WD500GB GP
    WD1001FALS
    All housed in the Big Red Hemi
    CM HAF 922 1X200MM,2X200MM RED LED & 1x140mm rear fan
    Burners=
    Sony Optaric Nec AD7220S
    Sony Optaric Nec AD7240S
    Lite-on IHAS324-9-A x2

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Regarding my T1028X Egalax gesture software- Its the software that allows for you to do things via the touchscreen. You are supposed to be able to configure the gestures to do whatever you want them to. On mine the check boxes keep unchecking themselves when you try to configue the gestures. Does that help?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    What are you asking about here? Sorry, I'm a bit lost



    You should put your OS drive on the Intel ports, SATAII_0 or SATAII_0+1 if you are running RAID. Then put your DVD drive on the SATAII_5 port or on the GSATA ports, they are fine to use, just not as fast as the Intel controller is

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Ahh, I thought you meant something along those lines. No, really doesn't help much for me because we help with Gigabyte products here and I personally don't have any knowledge of the product you are mentioning, so that is why I was confused mostly because I wasn't sure why you asked that in this thread.

    No offense meant at all, just wondered why you didn't ask in the main forum with your own thread. Not many people read this thread as it is really only meant to say hello but people post to it anyway. Make a new thread and maybe someone can help you, but not sure if it should be in the Gigabyte section since it is not related.

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