|The Clfs.sys reference is useless without you stating the STOP error you got along with that, because most of the "hits" on the web are about that STOP error I quoted for Vista.|
If you don't get the error in Safe mode, the error is probably caused by a file that is not loaded in Safe mode that prevents Clfs.sys from working properly in normal mode.
"Yes it's 1.8."
"...I had my current cpu at 2.4..."
Where did you get those figures from ?
The latest bios version is:
" BIOS: m624b16.zip
Bios Issue Date:2007/12/17
Mirror Site: ASIA Europe US
1. Update CPU micro code to support 45nmCPU "
If that what you used ?
"....when i reset the cmos "
Did you do this ? :
" 8. CLEAR CMOS DATA
Switch off the power supply unit or pull off the power cord. There is a CCMOS jumper near the battery . Change the jumper position from default 1-2 to 2-3 for one minute to discharge the CMOS data, and then put it back to default 1-2. Switch on the power supply unit or pull in the power cord. Press the power-on button to boot up system. If it works, hit " Del " key to enter the BIOS setup page to do correct settings.
You often must run a Repair installation of Windows, or install Windows from scratch but that is usually not necessary, when you install a hard drive that already has had Windows installed on it when the hard drive was connected to a different mboard, but I've never heard of having to do that when the cpu or the bios version has been changed.