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I am trying to install Win XP on my system but installation is getting aborted giving a core dumpand error in pci.sys since I have installed this motherboard. I managed to install win 98 se OK. but could not get XP home / Pro installation to work. Please assist.

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May be your hardware is not supported with XP. so pls changed your motherboard & processor.

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