I tried to clean install Windows 7 Professional 32-bits to replace my existing XP Prof in BIOS Environments, which is currently using an Asrock's Conroe1333-DVI/H R2.0 OLD motherboard without success! I could configure the MB to boot from my DVD Drive but, despite it can boot into either Linux Boot Discs or even the original XP Pro install discs, it just cannot boot my Windows 7 Professional FULL install disc at all. My DVD Drive just flashed a few times and my PC then came into a total freeze, i.e. no HD activities nor any signs of my Windows 7 FULL install disc activities IF I inserted my Windows 7 Pro FULL install disc into the DVD Drive and rebooted.
However there is nothing wrong with my Windows 7 FULL install disc because I had tried it on another PCs, two of them alternatively, and it booted alight in each case. So there is something "unique" in my Asrock PC which just refused booting into this Windows 7 disc. This Windows 7 FULL disc is genuine and has its only Product Key, which remains un-used at the moment. Any one may have some suggestions???
To be honest I'm suspecting the Asrock's MB Firmware may take a part in that but UNTIL it is proven most likely, I don't want to flash my MB's FW as it could be damaging IF I did it wrongly!!!
To be honest I am suspecting the Asrock's MB
Intel E4300 OC with 2GB RAMs,Speedtouch 585 Modem/Router and Windows 7 Pro !
Current ISP: Plusnet FTTC