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I keep getting a blue screen when loading windows xp

Xp loads as far as the blue screen saying "Windows Setup" at the top and "Setup is starting Windows" and just stops their for as long as you leave it, But i can load "Windows 7", but that isnt what i want.
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Without knoiwing the motherboard number its not possible to give a definate answere but i would say the board is driver locked to Vista or above this being the case you cannot install winXP that we all know and love

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