unable to install Win2k on KV7-V

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Hi all,

I'm unable to install Win2000 Pro on a just-built KV7-V v1.0 with Athlon
XP2900+ and 512 MB of Ultra 400 MHz DDR RAM. Trying to do a clean install
from the CD, the files get copied, and when the msg says Starting Windows
2000, the HDD shuts down, followed a few seconds later by computer
powerdown.

I was able to install WinME without a hitch, and from within WinME all the
hardware appears to be normal, as is the OS. When I try to upgrade to Win2k
from within ME, the computer copies the files and then shuts down at
precisely the same point - when it's trying to start Win2k.

I'm using an IDE HDD, not the SATA controller. I've tried enabling and
disabling SATA in BIOS, without luck.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.
 
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You may need to use a slipstreamed version of Win2000 that has service
pack 4 on it. Don't know why this is needed but I had a simular
problem installing 2000 and this was my only way out.



On Wed, 22 Jun 2005 15:40:28 -0400, "Peter Ting" <pmting@comcast.net>
wrote:

>Hi all,
>
>I'm unable to install Win2000 Pro on a just-built KV7-V v1.0 with Athlon
>XP2900+ and 512 MB of Ultra 400 MHz DDR RAM. Trying to do a clean install
>from the CD, the files get copied, and when the msg says Starting Windows
>2000, the HDD shuts down, followed a few seconds later by computer
>powerdown.
>
>I was able to install WinME without a hitch, and from within WinME all the
>hardware appears to be normal, as is the OS. When I try to upgrade to Win2k
>from within ME, the computer copies the files and then shuts down at
>precisely the same point - when it's trying to start Win2k.
>
>I'm using an IDE HDD, not the SATA controller. I've tried enabling and
>disabling SATA in BIOS, without luck.
>
>Any suggestions?
>
>Thanks in advance.
>
 
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I have Win2k Pro with SP4, but that wasn't the problem, which turned out to
be the HDD jumpers.

I had C: and D: HDDs on Master and Slave on IDE0, and both drives were
correctly recognized by the computer, and they worked fine (under ME),
except I couldn't install Win2k. When I moved the jumpers from Master and
Slave to Cable Select, everything worked fine. For some reason, the
motherboard preferred the CS setting.
 

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