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Thread: GA-MA785GM-US2H -DMI Pool stall - Middle of w7 install

  1. #21
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    Default Re: GA-MA785GM-US2H -DMI Pool stall - Middle of w7 install

    Quote Originally Posted by bluechipwi View Post
    Thanks Wazza

    In Set Utility - Standard CMOS Features screen view - the following settings
    Drive A = NONE
    Floppy 3 Mode Support = DISABLED

    For what I've been able to find/see, above settings removes
    "Floppy" dialog as an option in all remaining screens in CMOS.
    did it fix it??
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  2. #22
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    Default Re: GA-MA785GM-US2H -DMI Pool stall - Middle of w7 install

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    did it fix it??
    Sorry wazza300, I already had Floppy disabled previously.
    W7 install continues to fail at verify DMI pool.
    Been working on artdirvers suggestions today pm.

  3. #23
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    Central Wisconsin - USA

    Default Re: GA-MA785GM-US2H -DMI Pool stall - Middle of w7 install

    Hi Folks

    Have Flash BIOS to version F5 - current release for this board.
    After flash, Rebooted to CMOS followed by F10 save's for the following ...
    Initially after Flash completion - Loaded Optimized settings
    Settings change in the following ...
    Standard CMOS Features - See 1st pic
    Advance BIOS Features - See 2nd pic
    Integrated Peripherals - See 3rd pic.

    I have downloaded, exanded, and moved a folder to my Flash drive required files for (Preinstall driver) which contained the following folder = ahci_bootdisk_win7-x64.
    QUESTION - This folder contains 4x files - Move the folder to flash drive or just the files??

    During the install, I will insert the above files at the correct time.
    WHen w7 install completes and goes into it's FIRST auto-reboot ... I have a QUESTION ...
    Do I interrupt reboot and do this ...
    Use the CTRL+F to go into RAID or AHCI bios.
    Configure AHCI set in RAID Bios set it as Single AHCI and make sure it is active. You do this by setting the assignment to Y. Don't set to RAID just AHCI single drive see figure 5 page 80.
    YES -or- NO

    Is their anything else I should do before attempting w7/64bit install??
    Last edited by bluechipwi; 11-11-2009 at 12:49 PM.

  4. #24
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    Default Re: GA-MA785GM-US2H -DMI Pool stall - Middle of w7 install

    Job completed - w7 installed and working fine.
    All drivers installed - No status marks in device manager, clean.
    Updates for w7 installed and up to date.
    Two image backups stored on a network drive for safe keeping.

    Thanks to all who stuck with me - most appreciated.
    A special thanks to artdrivers. Without your "extra mile" of time and effort it would have been a short road to no where. I thought my Abit build in April 2008 was tough to configure AHCI, this build was tougher. My 2nd build will be easy ... same hardware. Flash the mobo, set the BIOS and restore an image from this build and I'm done. Will continue to tweak settings and views on this build first.

    Only had couple of of bumps ... ran into the MS documented "Windows is unable to install to the selected location. Error: 0x80300001" (a false positive, but it does stop the install process). After 30 minutes got around that. The other was something that did NOT happen. After initial install, during auto reboots views, I was looking for "CTRL+F" option (see artdrivers Tuesday 1:41pm post) to break in and configure "Raid / Single AHCI and make sure it is active". The option never appeared in reboot views. If I need to address this setting, hopefully someone can provide how to bring view up in BIOS.
    Again folks, thanks for your help.

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    Default Re: GA-MA785GM-US2H -DMI Pool stall - Middle of w7 install

    bluechipwi It seems your persistence has finally rewarded you. Good job! We are glad to see it's working now. CHEERS
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    Default Re: GA-MA785GM-US2H -DMI Pool stall - Middle of w7 install

    Quote Originally Posted by Reggie View Post
    OnChip SATA Type (SATA2_0~SATA2_3 connectors)

    Connect 500GB Hard Drive to SATA2_0 and CD-DVD Rom to SATA2_1.

    OnChip SATA Port4/5 Type (SATA2_4/ESATA connectors)
    This option is configurable only when OnChip SATA Type is set to RAID or AHCI. Configures the operating mode of the integrated SATA2_4/ESATA connectors

    You shouldn't be using the SATA2_4 or the rear ESATA connector. There is an X next to that option. That is why your DVD isn't read.

    Q1: hats interesting, I have this motherboard, would you mean I should not connect my rear eSata from case to SATA2_4?

    Q2: I want to activate the rear eSata, can I use any of the internal sata connectors?

    Q3: currently my graphic card does not allow me to connect the rear esata cable, I'm worried that if I remove graphic card and insert esata cable that the graphic card will press on the esata cable makin it

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    Default Re: GA-MA785GM-US2H -DMI Pool stall - Middle of w7 install

    I remember the thread from November. I think the External Port wouldn't work without using RAID or AHCI.

    You can buy right angle SATA cables if that helps your clearance problem.

    eSATA 3Gb/s Port
    The external port is on the back Input/Output shield right under the Optical Sound Output.

  8. #28
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    Default Re: GA-MA785GM-US2H -DMI Pool stall - Middle of w7 install

    Google works-- top link

    Hung at "Verifying DMI Pool Data"
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