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Blue error screen when loading os

Os loading will run smoothly till the files are copied to the hard disk. the moment os files are copied to hard disk, it reported cannot copy files. but in most of the cases i get a blue error screen with different error code for each attempt to install os. e.g. driver irq not less or equal, unmountable boot volume, etc. I use a Scuzzy hard disk. Is the disk damaged or something else?

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    John Muana Apr 12, 2008

    thanks a zillion! Thought it was the hard disk, i never suspected the RAM. Fixya.......COOOOOOOOOOLL!!!

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Ok did u try to instal ur os from a diffenrent cd ? try it , even the problems occurs check ur system with a different RAM ur will find the difference mostly problem gets solved if solved the ultimate sollution is to change ur RAM

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