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Have a HP Pavillion A620n that crashed. Have the backup disk. Was unsure of the bios so went in and pressed the f5 key to set it back to factory settings. Also had a network card installed which I took out. Did the back up with a Clean install Reformat partition and start fresh.Everything went well until it came to the Windows XP Home Edition screen. At this point a rectangular white screen came up stating I had a configuration problem Checked all the connections to my hard drive and my dvd and cd drive and all were good and tight. Has anyone have a suggestion on what this configuration problem could be?.
It Could be a bad stick of RAM I have seen a bad stick cause all kinds of problems.
Try booting with another stick of ram and see what happens.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
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