It was working fine at first, a couple of BSODs, but nothing unusual for a new build. I thought the stock AMD fan was a little noisy and was going to replace it. So I disassembled the machine in order to install a new fan. Turned out I didn't and reassembled the machine. Worked fine again for a short time, and then just quit. Suddenly XP wouldn't start, either normally or in safe mode.
So I tried reinstalling XP. It gets to a point where it restarts, and then while installing devices, it goes BSOD on me, with the above message. I have disabled the internal LAN and audio, removed the graphics card, moved the memory to other slots, all with no improvement.
I read in another place that it could be the CPU overheating, but I have checked it in BIOS after installation fails and it reads about 123F. That doesn't seem ridiculous to me.
Usually I have a fairly good grasp of what is going on with my machines, but this baffles me. Memory? Motherboard or a component on it?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.