I used MS's official procedure to upgrade the mobo, with is basically a repair install, and was getting a 0x7E STOP code. So I did a disable intelppm at the Recovery Console, no go. I found this post on this site and tried restoring back to the day before I started this. Still getting a BSOD after the disable intelppm but now it's 0x7B and second parameter is 0xC34. Some searching tells me this may have something to do with the IDE drivers. So my next step was to load the IDE drivers during setup. But I thought I'd post to see if this was the best next step.
Old PC was a Dell. New PC is a Biostar TForce 6100-939 with an AMD CPU. WinXP Home SP3 was on the machine when I started and the CD I am using is XP Home SP3.
Help me save this one!
EDIT: Forgot to mention, if I boot into safe mode, it says "setup cannot run in safe mode". Also, when I boot off the XP CD it says an upgrade is in progress.
Edited by KraigK, 02 November 2009 - 03:50 PM.