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Kvm800m amd2700 1 gig of 2700 shuts down at boot up

Hi i,m having the same problems as others but cant find the right answer I just put a kvm800m motherboard with the 2700 chipset and brand new 1 gig of ddr2 2700 to my origional ata hard drive it boots till the xp window pops up and it just re-boots over and over. any help would be greatly apritiated.
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Because your old motherboard and new hardware resource change over in windows xp so disble in cmos setup ACPI option
or if that have already disable so enble it .
if problem can't solve so reinstall windows xp

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