Re: Vista will not reboot
It will boot up fine with 1 disk.
But when I try to reboot I get the POST, then some text flashes by
(normal) and I get a black screen again. It never turns into the loading
screen, my screen LED stays green even though it's displaying nothing
and my CPU fan starts blowing as if it was loading windows services and
tray icons at start up.
My memory works fine, I know it is not faulty. Same goes for all my
other components, I was thinking in the direction of the master/slave
settings on my IDE hard disks but they directions printed on them are
confusing, as is the fact that I have 2 IDE slots on my motherboard (1
is currently for the CD/DVD reader).
The CD/DVD reader is connected on it's own and the hard disks are
connected motherboard > hard disk 1 > hard disk 2. Which according to
the BIOS are on IDE 0 and the CD/DVD reader is on IDE 1.