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If you are referring to the motherboard you have to disable the onboard vga chip set in the bios settings if you are adding a PCI VGA display adapter card instead of using the one on the motherboard.
Drivers are installed on the hard drive they are software . Under control panel or settings in Windows look for device manager and you can remove a driver or update a driver for any device.
To set up vga you have to set the bios setting to the vga platform which you are using like intgated to on board ,pci to pci card and pci-E to pci express card .
Then boot pc and right click on my computer - manage-device manager-display adapter -and see any yellow mark in it .
if their is any mark then update the driver by keeping mother board cd in cd/dvd rom .
delete any non completable driver in it or you can use control panel to do this work .
if you are unable to boot in system then on boot screen press f8 to boot in vga mode or safe mode .and do all work recommended
I can see you getting an error with pci.sys but not with pcy.sys.
Did a full system scan in a working WinXP Pro & found not such animal within the system or regestry. After looking through microsoft I did come across pci.sys and what may creat such an error. I would point to your onboard VGA. If intergrated into the board as I suspect. It is a pci device. During install windows found something wrong with it hence your error & blue screen. Suggest using your PCIE card & set bios to same disabling the VGA. Your install should no longer fail.
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