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Blue screen flashing & rebooting simultaneously.

Hi, i had confused about my office pc when it going unbootable. blue screen flasing & rebooting. when i installed the h. disk to another pc, S.M.A.R.T msg appears on boot screen that the disk are damaged. so, i bought a new h. disk. setting up XP & other apps. i boot it, but the 'nice' blue screen flashing and the system rebooted simultaneously too. as the same before.... several days before it going well (with this old hdisk) with in the same time some cracking sound came form the h. disk. i know it. i must change the new h.disk. AND I'M VERY SURE IT'S NOT A M/BOARD PROBLEM. but later when i change the new one, it rebooting over and over. is it a bios problem? system uncompatible(bought this pc by 2003). or m/board problem? or other parts? i'm using a ECS P4VMM2 Board. how to resolve it? thanks!

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Re: Blue screen flashing & rebooting simultaneously.

Blue screen & rebbot is often sign of faulty software instalation the reason you got a smart message was due to hdd smart been enabled in your bios turn it off and it may help. unless your other pc is the same your windows will not run it will loop with your origanal drive, Try by resseting your bios to book standards and modify from there

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