Here's the problem: A friend of mine was operating his computer when it was unplugged. He rebooted and everything was fine. He then logged out as usual and the next time he booted up, Windows (XP) wouldn't load. The system restarts and continually loops. He assumed it was a Windows issue and attempted to do a repair and then eventually reformatted the drive. The drive formatted fine though when attempting to reinstall Windows; at the loading file screen it just blacks out and reboots at 11%. There seems to be no error message. I went over and attempted to to install it for him and noticed there is no NVRAM being detected on start up. This is the first time I've come across an issue with NVRAM. So I was wondering if that would be the cause of Windows not installing. If so, how would I go about fixing this? The mainboard is a Soltek SL-85MIV5-L. Any feedback is greatly appreciated. Thanks.