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XP BSD.... I've recently installed a new ECS GeForce 6100SM-M into my old homebuilt computer.  For some reason, all it wants to do with XP is give me the BSD and reboot.  When I finally get it to stop rebooting after the problem, it said that there was a problem with my HD, which I know there's not, or else I wouldn't be logged on now!  Anyone have any thoughts?  Thanks for the help in advance!

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Re: XP BSD....

What was the error message? (where it claimed that there was a problem with your HDD?)
Also, as you said that it is a homebuilt computer, there may be some components in the computer that don't work together. Maybe that is the reason it gave you the Blue Screen of Death!

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After downloading drivers from ECS site for geforce 6100 sm-m i still do not have ethernet adapter. Also other pci bridge device is missing. In XP

since your not able to install the drivers..
Broadcom AC131 10/100 driver is the same as nforce 430/410

then try installing Uniblue DriverScanner or Driver Genius Professional Edition so you can get all the other drivers for you motherboard

you can also try to update your bios only for ecs 6100sm-m mobo

hope this helps..

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Just installed new mobo (ecs 6100sm-m) and boot up issue

from my experience, you will need to format when changing the hardware you have changed. are there files on the drive that you need? if so id recommend putting your old motherboard back in to backup the drive then rebuild and format. thats if it wasnt faulty to start off with.

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4 things can cause this MB to do as you mention.
Bad CPU or the MB is not sensing the CPU fan and is protecting CPU from overheating.
Bad or inconpatible memory, If multiple sticks use only 1 at a time, This MB is known for having problems with both slots filled most of the time bios resaves can fix this but just set up with 1 first.
Reset the bios, Make sure the reset jumper is set back correctly.
Make sure it post without any extra harware hooked up first then add them.

The beeps are a old style of signaling the problem, You can find charts online that will tell you what the beeps mean long and short.

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