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Can Get Windows Vista 64 or 32 booting

I bought a new hardware Everytime i try to install vista or windows XP gives me a Random Blue Screen,  but some times when i accomplish the installation, (At minimun BIOS SEttings)

it wont Boot. and reports a checksum error.
or sometimes, NTOSKRN  Corrupt other times NTDS.SYS corrupt, and keeps going on and on.

What it could be?

Please Help 
My specs:
GIGABYTE GA-MA790FX-DQ6 SOC AMD2+  BIOS F6B
CPU AMD PHENOM 9850 2.5 GHZ 95 W 4 MBK SOC AMD (QUAD CORE)
VIDEO POWERCOLOR X1950PRO512MB AC GD
HD SEAGATE 500 GB 7200 RPM SATA II ST3500641
4 Memory Sticks 4 GB DDR II VDATA 800 MHZ
 DVD LITEON LH-20A1S-12 20X SATA
Keyb and Mouse USB

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How long have you had the system in that configuration? It doesn't seem to be a heat issue running around 45 degrees unless that is the idle temp. I need you to try something, when it shuts down, immediately restart the system in bios and look at the temp for the processor again. I solved my issue by taking a side off of my case and putting a small desk fan blowing directly into it. My idle temp went from 45 down to 27 degrees celcius. In a perfect world, the cooler a CPU runs, the better the system will respond. Find those temps readings for me, and let me know. Also, there may be a small monotoring program in your mobo set up disc to help monitor the temp while windows is running. And also, double check to make sure your processor fan is plugged into the correct spot on the mobo, mine is mislabeled, another issue I had found and corrected.

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