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Windows 7: Asus N76 UEFI - W7 64 Install Hangs on Logo (DVD UEFI Boot)

11 Oct 2013   #141

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15 Oct 2013   #142

XP Pro

I got this card to work in the Precision T1650, but only in Windows 8. I first created a virtual partition on the attached SAS drive, then turned off legacy boot, and installed 8 to the virtual partition I had created. I'm guessing there's other ways I could get 8 installed, but there was nothing I could do to get a 7 install to work.
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14 Dec 2014   #143

Windows XP

I was able to solve the freeze logo problem with UEFI setup boot by re-enabling CSM (legacy mode). I did do a UEFI boot though and not a legacy one - It's weird - I know. But it fixed the problem in my dell laptop. So keep legacy mode enabled too and dont disable it. You can still do a UEFI boot

Hope this helps.

Windows 7 x64 installed fine in UEFI mode with GPT partition scheme after this.

edit: I bumped this thread because it's the first one in all the google's searches.
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