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I always have problems installing sp2 from the scratch or as a repair in a previous stable Windows XP Installation. My system is stable without crashes only when i have the simple Windows pack. Is this motherboard suitable for sp2? I become crazy because i have this problems for over two years. How I can solve this? One of the messages I take always when for example run the antivirus is blue screen and STOP: 0x0000009c (0x00000000,8054DA70,0xC4104000) .
I ran the Microscope diagnostics 2000 and Winternals in order to see faults in memory and analyze the crashes but there is no way to find out whats going on. Please any help?
SOCKET A, AMD Athlon XP 2700+ 2167mhz,family 6 model 8,level 1, L1 cache :128kb,L2 cache:256kb, Memory 2x512 Twinmos
Radeon 9200 series
Have you tried a Motherboard Bios Firmware Upgrade? It should be readily available on the Manufacturers Website.. There are a number of diagnostics you can do to pin-point the actual malfunctioning component, rest assured everythings stable with the softwares being used and the OS environment is virus/spyware free! you can 1st upgrade the Bios to the most latest (Non-Beta) version.. If that doesn't help, try a single 512mb Memory Stick, one by one and notice if that helps with the (BSOD) errors..
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