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I AM TRYING TO REINSTALL WINDOWS BUT WHEN I BOOT FROM THE WINDOWS DISK I GET THE ERROR MESSAGES MEMORY OVERFLOW AND ERROR LOADING OPERATING SYSTEM

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Ummmm...remove the memory, put it back in. Format the hard drive(again.) Check that all your IDE cables are correctly connected to the hard drive and also check the jumper if the hard drive is primary Disk drive. Are the cables good, is your disk drive clean? Does any other disks work and boot that can boot in dos?

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