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I have EPOX EO-8K9A2+ motherboard, 20 Gig HDD, CDROM, RAM M368L1713CT1-CB0, i am trying to install windows xp professional and everytime I try installing it says there was a fatal error caused by hardware error. I tried everything I could , making both CDROM & HDD master or master & slave, nothing works. The BIOS setting are also confusing I don't know where to start looking. Please assist me

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Have u tryed cable select, and somtimes the hard drive is the issue try a different one....

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