Many Thanks for the continued help.
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Since you reinstalled XP have you reinstalled the MBs drivers and very importantly the chipset drivers first.
You should also restore the MBs default settings in the BIOS and install all important XP updates, the latter will take considerable time, that is if it hasn`t already been done.
Either way, I will install the Chipset Driver/s first.
I weill continue with MB disk, though you cannot boot from it... it only gives option for xpressrecovery2.
will report back with other data though it is mentioned in my previous posts
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