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http://www.spartante.....DD266-64X64LD
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Ok it would be great!
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Here is another blue screen that popped up:
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That points to ram, too...though it includes all kinds of memory, including the video card. As you are on an integrated card, it gets it's memory from the system...or the ram modules.
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So know what? Could it be the video card? :s

P.S. The HDD disk you gave me worked, and it passed the testes(short and long), there was a option that said erase drive and i did it(my stuff already was erased) the the bootmgr error was gone but when i tried to install vista the BS popped up and then i tried the xp dvd and it started to install(it used to not go that far) and then errors started to appear and the BS appeared, then i took out the DVD and now a "ntldr is missing" error appeared.

Edited by BSNCAPBYY, 12 September 2007 - 09:43 PM.

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Not unless you've added one. The video your machine shipped with is integrated into the motherboard and uses 64MB of the system memory...which is your ram modules.

Video: Intel® Extreme Graphics 3D
64MB Shared memory

All the symptoms you listed in the edit can be RAM related.
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Ohhh well I already sended the RMA to spartans a email is suppose to go to my email, if something new comes up i will tell you, thanks for your help, youve been great, i know your trying your best, again thanks!!!
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You are quite welcome.

Everything is pointing to that darn RAM. I really think if you get a stick of compatible RAM installed things will go much better for you. :whistling:
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