Originally Posted by assassin
HDMI shouldn't be causing this but I usually use VGA to setup the PC the first time until the HDMI drivers are installed.
I would delete and format the hard drive that you are tying to install windows on.
Post your entire system specs as that may help as well.
Well I figured out the issue, but I'm not sure why. It doesn't like the 64-bit disc. 32-bit started to load just fine. I really don't want to load the 32-bit sytem though. I'm not sure what would be giving it the trouble. The specs are:
Ram: G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4gB) Model F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL
Case: nMEDIAPC Model 5000B
Blu-Ray: Asus Model BC-12B1ST/BLK/B/AS
Intel Core i3-2105 Sandy Bridge 3.1GHz Model: BX80623I32105
PS: Corsair CX600 600W
MB: Gigabyte GA-Z68MA-D2H-B3 LGA 1155 Z68
SSD: Kingston V200
HD: Western Digital 2.5TB WD25EZRSDTL
Ceton InfinitiTV 4
I have tried it without each of the HD hooked up. I've taken the Ceton out, and the memory passed memtest twice. I hooked up a VGA monitor. I was going to try to swap out the Blu-Ray drive for a dvd drive i have laying around to test that. I don't see any reason this system should not be 64-bit compatible.
EDIT: Whelp, it's the Blu-Ray drive. Hooked up the DVD-Rom and it loaded the disc right up. I know the Blu-Ray works because it loaded memtest and the 32-bit disc fine. I think I'm going to install Windows with the DVD-Rom hooked up and try to find a driver for the Blu-Ray drive and put it back in. I really have no clue why the drive would be causing it? I made a copy of the disc to see if maybe it didn't like the disc, but that had no affect on it.