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MS-6787 I am installing windows xp on this mobo and when it is done installing the windows xp files, it tells me windows are going to reboot. It hangs on the first boot up screen with the windows logo and the little blue blocks are not moving at all. NB. At this stage i have not entered any product code of any sort. I am frustrated with this process can you help please urgent. I have tried to install RAID drivers and also changing my dvd rom. I have also tried the hard drive on a different mobo and it boots up and continue to install the windows xp files.

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Install raid drivers only if you are certain that you are on RAID and even before you install raid drivers make sure the RAID controller is set to on in BIOS. if you dont have RAID setup then please dont install the RAID drivers. the only reason i think you are computer is not going past the windows xp logo is you might have floppy drive in the boot sequence(in the BIOS screen) set to on or you must be having a USB device connected to the computer. set it to "no boot" and things should be fine.

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