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This stop code, "0x0000000A irql_not_less_or_equal" normally refers to a driver problem. So this is one of the few times where the files that the BSOD lists actually is important. In your case most likely this is a driver problem. I would look at what version of 2003 you are trying to install. Since you have a Dual Core process the chip set is one of the newer ones. So make sure that the CD that you have has atleast SP2 as part of the install. If it does not you may not have the proper chip set drivers. You may need to add the serive pack to the install CD to make a new one or borrow one with the serice pack already in it.
The other thing that it could be if you are having a BSOD at boot is that there is something wrong with the motherboard. I would try to install XP on the system just as a test to see if you get the same problem. Again as long as you have a CD with SP2 it chould install. If you still get the error there is something wrong with the computer hardware.
Let me know if you have any more problems or questions
If you're drive has errors installing software is not a good idea. Repair the disk errors first. The best way to fix drive errors is to download the manufactures tools -utilities software and check the drive/repair. Every manufacture allows you to download software where you can create a bootable floppy disk or a bootable CD-ROM disk. These function in a Dos like mode. You'll be able to check the drive for errors or problems and most times will repair the drive. It will also let you create partitions and format the drive. (Do this before installing windows).
I would use another computer and check the cd is fine - also look on the under side make sure there are no scratches or marks ie finger prints etc. If there is give it a good clean ( gently ) using a lint free cloth or cotton t shirt or something along those lines.
If you can see its damaged then you may have to use something like iso buster or magic iso and see if you can create a backup image of it and re burn it onto another disc ( ensuring to use iso buster to get the img file off the disc so as to allow you to make the cd bootable )
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First try to replace you memory module(s) (RAM) should you be using more than one ensure that they are both of the same frequency then when installing windows xp at the setup menu where it asks about partitions delete any present partition and formatt a new partition with the NTFS (do not use the quick formatt, use the more thorough formatt). thereafter you windows will be installed and you shouldnt have any further problems.