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“Verifying DMI Pool Data” message can appear for many reasons…
Built a new computer recently with the following specs: Gigabyte G41MT-D3 motherboard ATI radeon hd 5570 1GB DDR3 4GB RAM Built a new computer recently with the following specs: Gigabyte G41MT-D3 motherboard ATI radeon hd 5570 1GB DDR3 4GB RAM 220GB hard drive (32 bit vista OS, used in old computer) 550w power supply (may need to improve on, but currently don't have the cash) Integrated sound Intel pentium 3.2 ghz E6700 (Think the E bit is right) I got it to start to begin with, installed drivers for the new parts etc, was a little unstable so I changed the BIOS to the default settings, now it hangs on verifying dmi pool data... Ok, I just tried a disk with the hard drive plugged in, but I'll try with it out. This isn't a proper windows disk, can't find mine or my friends, or my grandparents so made a windows 7 install disk. I'm quite sure it's working, if I put it in my working pc it comes up with install windows 7.
The motherboard, processor and RAM came in a prebuilt bundle which may mean the BIOS settings were different. Are you trying to boot from it in the other PC or run it from inside Windows?
Then it didn't even recognize anything and just said the DMI data even with the disc in so it got worse.
I then did a repair on install and it's back to where it was originally.
In searching for the drivers I found a link to someone that said it was probably a regedit thing of the upper and lower filters in one of the registries.