MOBO: Gigabyte H61M-DS2
Processor: Intel i5-2500, 3.3GHz
Memory: 2x8Gb Komputerbay SODIMM DDR3
When I look into the startup repair details, it shows "A recent driver installation or upgrade may be preventing the system from starting" and "System files integrity check and repair result failed. Error code = 0x490"
Edit to add: every time I try to start it up, it gives me the black screen with the options of "start windows normally" or "repair windows automatically" Choosing "Start windows normally" results in it showing the windows startup screen, then reverting back to the "start windows normally/repair windows automatically" options. "repair windows automatically" results in thinking for an extended period of time followed by "windows could not be repaired automatcially. click shut down to shut down your computer"
I pulled everything off the new mobo and reconnected it back to the old mobo... it gives me the "start windows normally/repair windows automatically" options, but windows will actually start when using the old mobo..... which leads me to believe it is possibly a hardware conflict between the new mobo and hard drive.
This post has been edited by aggieemt: 07 January 2013 - 03:36 PM