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First thoroughly clean the XP install disc and try it again. If it still does BSOD you can start eliminating causes: do a scandisk on the hard drive, take out one stick of RAM at a time etc.
If you have (or can borrow) a USB CD-ROM drive you can try booting that way as well. It has to be some piece of hardware, hopefully it is just one of those pieces which are relatively inexpensive and easy to try.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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