Re: intel D865GSA-Desktop board
Make sure you clear the bios properly, remove the cmos battery AND the power cord in the back of the pc, press the power button on the front to drain any residual charge in the system, then put everything back in and try booting.
Double check the settings in the bios for the hdd as well, set it to AHCI if you can.
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