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Win XP M/Board Change

Blue screen flashes and machine reboots after I have installed a new motherboard?

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Check to make sure the power supply is connected securely to the motherboard and all of the peripheral devices. Sounds like a possible power issue. If you have a power supply from another computer, try swapping the two and see if the same problem occurs.

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