Ok my computer is crashed, it was running great, then all the sudden it crashed.
Here's the details,
I have a home built computer with the following components:
Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium OEM system builder pack
MSI 890GXM-G65 mainboard
AMD Phenom II x6 1055T Thuban 2.8 Ghz Processor
MEM 2Gx2 - OCZ OCZ3G1333LV4GK.NE.R Memory
2 Super Talent 32Gb solid state drives SATA
1 older 30 Gb Hard disk
USB Keyboard and Mouse
Here's what happened:
I was runing RAID 0 with the two identical solid state drives wich contained the system files. (blazing speed)
I was using the older Hard disk for data.
I was making a playable DVD with win 7 DVD creator, and the system seemed to be working exceptionaly hard.. alot of drive action going on..
I then recieved an error stating the Drive space was low on my solid state raid drives, then boom all went black.
I am aware that I have lost the data on the suicide raid drives, I can live with that.
I now want to do a clean install, without the raid configuration using one of the SSD drives for the system.
Heres the problem,
when I boot the system, it auto detects everthing fine, and then hangs at CMOS checksum bad press f1 for setup or f2 for default values. or press f11 for boot menu.
Everytime I change the BIOS it keeps reverting back to this error.
I have got it to boot from the CD drive but it hangs after the splash screen
I cannot get into the recovery or install program, just the BIOS.
Any Ideas whats going on here? Thanks