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A friend and I built our own system - seems to be working fine - no beeps or error messages until we attempt to load windows XP. The specs are: cpu - Q6600 memory -DDR3 1333 - 4 gig motherboard Gigabyte ep45t-ds3r 500 gig seagate sata hardrive HD4870 512MB GPU Xp seems to load up to the blue screen then crashes to two error codes: pci.sys.f748eovf base@f748700.datestamp 3b7d855c & ox0000007e (oxc0000005,oxf748eoef, 10xf78ea208, oxf78df08) I'm attempting to load Xp home, we think it might be the drivers not recognising the sata drive but we're just guessing...

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