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Help i have just bought my computer from novatech and am trying to load on my windows xp package my screen is in powersaver and there is no information being sent to it when i enter the cd for xp into the drive nothing happens help

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Hi there.. Here are my recommendations:

1 - Install SP3 after installing windows, most of the time this will take care of issues on drivers.
2 - Re-install the drivers of your netowork adapter and sound card. Ensure to get the correct and latest drivers from website.

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Hi there.. Here are my recommendations:

1 - Install SP3 after installing windows, most of the time this will take care of issues on drivers.
2 - Re-install the drivers of your netowork adapter and sound card. Ensure to get the correct and latest drivers from website.

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I recently tried to install a new WD320Gb HD and windows XP won't load. I loaded it to the drive from another computer and Windows won't successfully boot up. I get a Stop: 0x0000076B (0xF7946640,...


You installed the 320GB drive into another system & installed windows XP. Than removed the drive & installed it into another computer!
All of windows internal drivers for the first install will not function in the second. (Windows XP is going nuts).
You have to do a fresh install while in the system you want to keep the drive in. This is why your getting the stop errors & blue screens.
You must have a reason of why you did not install the 320GB drive into the second computer for the XP installation?
Care to provide the why?

Mike

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Windows XP does not support SATA you need to load the SATA drivers from the motherboard manuf. You should have a cd for RAID/SATA drivers. When you boot off the XP CD it give you an option to load third party drivers watch at the bottom of the screen. When you see this message you can insert the CD that contains the drivers it is looking for the you should be able to load Windows XP.
I hope this help. Please rate.

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Tell it(The BIOS set up screen) to load default settings. Start up CD driver first. Then  Save and exit. Now install Xp disk and turn computer back on. After windows loads . Run the install disk that came with *********** board.  If I missed something or is doesn't work exactly as I stated , write back and I wil assist you farther.  

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Windows loads on every other boot.


Let's try running a memory test program. http://memtest.org/
Scroll down till you see the three screen shots. Just under them pick you're choice of bootable media to test you're memory.
Download - Pre-Compiled Bootable ISO (.zip)
or
Download - Pre-Compiled package for Floppy (DOS - Win)

Luck!
Mike

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try to change your ram b4 you install sp2.

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check for virus check your memory ... change them with confirm GOOD one.. if unsolve you need to give me the full spec of your PC... Good luck!!

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