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Old 02-24-2013, 08:13 AM
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Default How do I remove a H100 from Windows?

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I want to remove one of my H100's from an older PC to use it in a newer one, Windows 7 keeps returning an I/O error when restarting the system after removing the H100 and re-installing the stock CPU cooler

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You shouldn't have to remove anything. The H100 uses no software s your error has to be coming from something else.

It's possible the stock cooler isn't sitting correctly on your CPU. Remove and remount and see if that doesn't change anything.
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is the link software returning the error? a simple removal of the cooler cannot cause a windows error as my esteemed colleague has pointed out
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