Question about EliteGroup P4VXASD (P4VXASD-R) Motherboard
Hi, you give us the M/B and Bios but don't say what the CPU is? What is the complete message you got from WinXP? SP2 often gives that message when you have changed your CPU, or Flashed your BIOS sometimes other hardware changes. SP2 recognises that something has changed since your first install of XP, and that message is usually not an error exactly, but part of a bigger message. That is usually just the part where SP2 says "by the way, as I was fiddling about I noticed that the BIOS and CPU are different to what I expected" Failures after applying a service pack are rarely anything to do ith BIOS or CPU especially if the system was working OK before applying the patch. Have you Flashed your BIOS very recently? like just before apply SP2? Most likely is that a file is corrupt, often NTKRNL, Please give more detail on how you applied the Spack, and all error messages thanks SB
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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