|29 Dec 2012||#33|
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Maybe I'm missing something, but I don't see anything wrong. bigcroc, I also see you have the Gigabyte driver disk in the DVD. You would be much better off going to their website and downloading the latest drivers, the one's on the disk are old drivers. Please press the windows key (the one with the flag) hold it down and press R. In the box that appears type msconfig, and OK, click the boot tab and see if you see 2 installations of Windows 7. At this point it would be easier to reinstall than to spend the time fixing this, any disagreements?
This is the website for your board, I believe. http://www.gigabyte.com/products/pro...px?pid=2746#dl
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