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Intel 2.8G\400MHz problem

Have a Foxconn 661MXPlus Motherboard that seems to post fine, but when it gets to Windows XP Home Edition it flashes the startup screen and then goes back to rebooting -- and it keeps doing that. The HD is a WD 250G IDE drive that was pulled from a working system. It still operates in older
E-machine, but won't operate in the case with the Foxconn motherboard. I did put an older Conner hard drive on the Foxconn board and it booted to DOS like that drive was supposed to. Any suggestions would be appreciated, as I have three of these boards to put into use.
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Re: intel 2.8G\400MHz problem

I would agree that 50% of the time you may get away with putting a working Hd with windows on it to run when changed to another board. When you change your motherboard, there are certain entries in the system registry that are looking for the components of the old motherboard. If the registry does not find these components, the system can become unstable.
The fact that you got windows to some what start is a good sign for the Hd. Try setting the CD as first boot device & have your windows XP in the drive. Do a format & install. I'm sure windows will install. Since you have three boards all the same you will only have to do this once. Foxconn warrants all Mb for life. You can always call at 580-272-0035
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