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This should be a simple fix, on my friends comp i just built, I loaded XP pro and it worked fine. Then one day, after the os loaded, it said new hardware detected and immediatly gave him a bsod.
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specs are:
P4 1.6gig
80gig hd
foxconn 648FXMR-ES mb
some kinda ati card

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What error message was with the bsod?

What happens when he boots up now?

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you mean the number? i have no clue, just some fatal exception i think. the message came up after windows loaded into the desktop. then a popup in the corner said new hardware detected and bsod was next. im taking a look at the comp ttoday after school so I can give more details.

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Just lookes at it accually, turnes out the old OS automatically booted when he took out the XP disk (no liscence yet) so were trying to reinstall XP. any suggestions?

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