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post #11 of 19
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^ Where can nI get the ISO image from?

Note: I cannot get into safe mode. I basically cannot load Windows at all. I also tried a pre-installed Windows hard drive, so I do not think it has anything to do with the formatting, since all of the hard drives work on the other computer perfectly fine.

I never had this problem until, I got the new RMAed motherboard. I am also thinking about testing my memories on the other computer to see, if it shows no problems, I can only think it is the motherboard. I have no other devices plugged to it besides the power supply unit, one hard drive, video card, and the DVD burner. I have already tried with the DVD Burner unplugged too.
post #12 of 19
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^ Where can nI get the ISO image from?

Note: I cannot get into safe mode. I basically cannot load Windows at all. I also tried a pre-installed Windows hard drive, so I do not think it has anything to do with the formatting, since all of the hard drives work on the other computer perfectly fine.

I never had this problem until, I got the new RMAed motherboard. I am also thinking about testing my memories on the other computer to see, if it shows no problems, I can only think it is the motherboard. I have no other devices plugged to it besides the power supply unit, one hard drive, video card, and the DVD burner. I have already tried with the DVD Burner unplugged too.
If you want to you can order it, but if you don't have access to a PC that can burn discs...that sucks. It's' $10 to order it.
However, you can download the image for free.
Here is the .ISO image link
http://www.memtest86.com/memtest86-3.3.iso.zip
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^ Okay, thank you. I will try if it will work or not. I do have an access to a computer.
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It is in no way hard ware related. You more then likely have a virus in your boot sector, or the hard drive isnt being formatted correctly.

I got the same error when trying to install xp, over vista. All i did was use a third party hard drive format disk, and vuallah problem solved.
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It is in no way hard ware related. You more then likely have a virus in your boot sector, or the hard drive isnt being formatted correctly.

I got the same error when trying to install xp, over vista. All i did was use a third party hard drive format disk, and vuallah problem solved.
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I tried a few different hard drives
Might be memory, try different combinations
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is your cpu oc'd??
dont have it oc'd if it is
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It is in no way hard ware related. You more then likely have a virus in your boot sector, or the hard drive isnt being formatted correctly.

I got the same error when trying to install xp, over vista. All i did was use a third party hard drive format disk, and vuallah problem solved.
Man just because you got a BSOD doesn't mean it was the same one. TBH he should list all of the errors, as they probably have different reference drivers. That normally indicates a memory IO error.
Try booting into the recovery console using the install disc. Run
chkdsk on the C:, and check for drive errors (I doubt it will have them....I ran XP with 60Gb of shredded file system from bad RAM )
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post #18 of 19
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I tried everything. I think I will just send it back. Thanks to all who replied, I will rep everyone here a bit later.
post #19 of 19
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Yes, this issue again even after the test from ASUS.

Basically, an Asus representative had helped me troubleshoot my way with dealing with this issue and that did not work. So I had returned the motherboard to Asus, so they could do a physical test and such for me. They said there were no problems with it and sent it back. They asked me to change my cables for the hard drive and I had. They also said, if this issue continues to exist, I should check if it is the ram. Okay, I checked if it were the rams, since I got new ones from Kingston. When the RMA for these ram sticks returned, I tried them out, and yet, when I reinstall the Window XP Professional, and as it loads Windows with the bar [ | | | | | ], it shows that for a second and then this blue screen of death came back. So now I am wondering could it be... the video card? That is the only thing that I cannot test with another video card, since this is my only one for that computer and my old graphics cards do not work on this board. I tried the video card on another motherboard/computer, but it did not seem to have that problem. So could it be the video card causing this disability? or could it still be the motherboard? Maybe I should have took their advice and switched another motherboard. They offered to switch it, but I was reluctant to try it once more, since I really like this motherboard.
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