Есть компьютер который до этого отлично работал, после переустановки ОС перестал загружаться дальше чем определения жестких дисков. BIOS выводит 0078 код. Биос обновил, смос сбросил, все устройства кроме винчестера отключил, эффекта ноль.


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Материнка: ASROCK P4FSB1333-650
Аналогичная проблема возникла.
Решение: отключить HDD, зайти в БИОС и на тот порт, где будет HDD установить
LBA/Large Mode [Disabled] и каким то мистическим образом это решает проблему с загрузкой 🙂
p.s. Диск после этого вполне нормально работает, весь объем остался на месте (Хитачи SATA 500Гб)

Что будет, если отключить этот конкретный диск? Этот конкретный АТА-канал? Сперва физически, затем, если возможно, в биосе?
Если вики не врёт, 78 код – это создание списка устройств, с которых можно грузиться. http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Коды_ошибок_BIOS

SMART попробуйте включить, как вариант

аналогичная проблема была. При загрузке останавливался на пост 0078 (загрузка начиналась через 8 минут) Помогало отключение картридера.
Причина: Осмотрел картридер и заметил один контакт игольчатого контакта cf/md card был погнут и замыкал на соседний контакт.
Решение: Устранил замыкание. После этого все нормально.

Да, прав alexandrsizov33 !
Действительно, отключение LBA/Large Mode [Disabled] помогает в решении этой проблемы !
Такая сложность была на ASROCK 775 XFire-VSTA винт WD 3200AAJS 320Gb
Отключение решило проблему !
Замечу, что винт в данной конфигурации проработал почти 2 года нормально. При переустановке Винды вдруг стал выдавать 0078 !!!

Спасибо alexandrsizov33 за танец с бубном..) Но это реально работает!
Материнская плата ASUS P5L2 и жесткий диск Samsung SP2504C после восьми лет работы без проблем и с дефолтными настройками BIOS, вдруг отказался грузиться после переустановки винды. Postcode 78 и дальше никак. Ставим LBA/Large Mode из Auto в Disabled и все работает как раньше.

alexandrsizov33, спасибо! Решение сработало на Asus P5GC-MX с древним винчестером Seagate на 80 гигабайт. Проблема возникла при переустановке Винды после первой перезагрузки, хотя как и у других отписавшихся здесь, до этого все нормально работало годами.

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My system the other day refused to boot and stopped mid post with a 0078 code. Searching the web I found conflicting explanations but the general consensus was to clear CMOS and reboot. That worked, once. Then one day the drives were all messed up and it seemed that the onboard RAID controller wouldn’t detect the drives and refused to boot. I switch to plain IDE and put the RAID on a seperate Raid controller card as my F drive. Now the past few days the system has occaissionally frozen while shutting down. Not in the Windows Is Shutting down step but after the screen and everything is off but the power never shuts off. And this morning the 0078 error came back but clearing the CMOS won’t get me past that step and can’t get me through to Setup. Something has really gone wrong I feel but I can’t be sure what exactly it is. Basically all I get now is:

AMI Bios …..
939Dual-SATAII BIOS P2.30
CPU : AMD Athlon 60 Processor 3500+
Speed 2.2GHz

Press F11 for Boot Menue
Dual-Channel Memory Mode
1024MB OK
Auto-Detecting Pri Master..IDE Hard Disk
Auto-Detecting Pri Slave…IDE Hard Disk
Pri Master: Maxtor 6B200P0 BAH41B10
Ultra DMA Mode-6, S.M.A.R.T. Capable but Disabled


At least I think most of the part are ok if something is screwed up. But I just put a new PSU and this MoBo in the chasis last year. The problems with the onboard raid controller and now the CMOS issues make me feel like this board is turning into junk. Any pointers or advice?




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for the error number see AsRock, it’s probably a wire problem :

(Q&A-47): During the POST, there is a number “0075” or “0078” showed at the right corner of the screen, and the system stop for a long time. What can I do?(10/20/2006)

Maybe it’s a problem of electrostatic charge in the frame whick screwed up everything so unplug the computer push on button for 1 minute and put it back on power

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You have to disconnect all Sata drives inside computer then poweron pc and enter bios then activate IDE then save bios power off pc then connect all sata cables and it sould work.


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I need help can’t get my uniwill notebook to boot stops at the autodetecting screen for cdrom and hdd. There seems to be an error code at the bottom of 0078, have tried removing the battery overnight to reset the cmos and didn’t work. Please help


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thank you buwish

I have already looked at that thread. Was somewhat helpful. This is a laptop and does not have any cables the HDD has a socekt like the RAM.

Model 258KA5 from Uniwill Laptop
AMI BIOS 08.00.11
AMD 64 3400 Processor
ATI 9700 Mobility Graphics

When I try to boot, it comes up with numbers in the lower right corner of 0040, then 0060, 0075 and finally stops responding at 0078.

Please any help would be much appreciated.

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Figured it out was a HDD problem, fixed and working fine

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K8NDRE motherboard with 4 sata drives, was running fine. Drives had raid-0 and raid-1 partitions, using mdadm. The onboard raid is disabled. Upon reformatting the drives, setting a new partition structure and new raid partitions, the bios fails to finish loading, with 0078 in the bottom right corner.

Tried using completely new set of drives, and bios worked fine. Able to boot from a usb, format the drives, partition them, start raid, and then installed os. Reboot and received the same error from the bios, 0078.

Works fine if I unplug the sata drives.

Any thoughts? Physical inspection reveals no damage cables, connectors, or capacitors.

Server was running happily for over a year, and this is the first problem it has had.

Per Michael Hampton’s answer:

The drives, unjumpered and supporting sata III worked fine originally, and worked fine for formatting and having new partitions and raid installed on them. I did try jumpering one, with no change. If I put a brand new unformatted drive in, the motherboard recognizes it and I can proceed with formatting and installing. When I reboot, I get the 0078. I have 4 sata cables-the board supports 4 drives, so I tried each and no change.

I am close to calling the motherboard done.