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Windows XP Won't boot up

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So I installed my new system in and got it to run. However when trying to boot up XP it quickly jumps to a bluescreen and in a split second restarts. The HDD should be working properly since just 24 hours ago I tried it on another system and it booted up just fine. My guess is that there is a setting that isn't correct on the MB. I'm going to try to get another HDD to test if it loads up properly.

If there's something I'm missing, please help.
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