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I would start by checking the computers Bios - hard drive options. When you power on the computer you get a message that stays on there for just a second or two. Press to enter setup. Could be F1, F2, Del, or similar. Once you get in bios, go over all the pages, look for SATA settings, SATA Mode, or similar to this. It would be best to have it on "Native Ide" or "Ide" other options are most likely achi, raid and possibly sata.
Try the ide and achi options if this was set on SATA before. - You will have to run the windows setup again and see if it helps.
Also did I understand correctly that you can complete the windows setup, but when it boots up after the setup has completed you get a blue screen?
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