I am sorry you are having this problem but let me help you.
This error you are getting sometimes (not always) happens because the system was Shut Down unexpectedly or when loading or a device is causing a conflict during boot process.
The steps you have tried so far are very good but I would like you to try some other steps:
- Disconnect all components from the motherboard (HDD, Video cards, memory Sticks, Audio Cards, power supply, etc...) and remove the batter for about 20-30 minutes.
- Once step one has been done, reconnect the system with minimum configuration. This means the processor, power supply, 1 Memory Stick, No Video or Audio Cards.
Let me know!
Thanks for your suggestion..
I will check and your suggestion and let you know on Monday.
I have removed all my components and started with minimum configuration and there is no issue it is booting properly and windows is working fine. Once I have connected my second HDD (it my old 1TB HDD) to the board I am facing the same issue.
I am waiting for your suggestions.
Thanks in advance
Thanks for the information. So we can confirm the motherboard is working fine and the HDD is causing the problem.
At this point I think the HDD may have a bad sector and when the system loads it is detecting a wrong configuration with the HDD. You can update the BIOS on the motherboard and look for a Firmware update for this drive.