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A todos: Tengo un problema con una tarjeta Soyo modelo SY-5EHM V1.0, espero que alguno de ustedes pueda ayudarme a resolverlo, pasa lo siguiente: Al encender la pc, después de leerse el post, aparecen los siguientes mensajes: Updating ESCD ................ Ya intenté lo siguiente:- desconecté todo (a excepción del teclado),- quité todas las tarjetas (a excepción de la de video),- cambie el procesador,- en el bios, desabilité todos los periféricos integrados, Después de cada uno fui probando y los mismo mensajes siguen apareciendo.
Después de esto, se queda pasmado el equipo y no avanza.
while booting it gets stuck at "Verifying DMI pool data...". Look in CMOS setup for the setting "Update ESCD" or "Force Update ESCD" and change it to Enables or Yes.
The hard disk is perfectly alright as I booted up with the HD in safe mode on another computer and everything on the disk is intack and working. Everytime the FFD's light goes on but it dosn't boot from it. It's in Pn P/PCI Configuration on the PC I just checked here, but it may be elsewhere on yours.
BUT the computer wouldn't boot from a Win98 startup disk!!! In another case, the drive simply wouldn't be fixed by the diagnostics.
The only hardware on the MB was the Video card, mouse, KB, RAM and HD.
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It gets to this point then the PCI devices listing and other text above becomes corrupted, random characters become highlighted in random colours and these same characters change to...