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Motherboard and BIOS problems

Hello! After installing Windows XP2 the system doesn't load Windows and friesens, but if I install Windows XP1 everything works right. The Motherboard is ARISTO KT133, BIOS-2M (2K010223B), 02/23/2001-8363-686-6A6LMPR9C-00. May be I need to reflash my BIOS? Then where can I find needed files for my bios? Thanks!

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  • steveveg Sep 09, 2008

    HI I have just instaled my secondhand P4S800-MX motherboard, the problem i am having is when i try to install windows xp service pack 2 my pc freezes on a black screen. I then have to run system restore to go back to another date before the service pack 2 was installed to get my pc up and running again. Please help.

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