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that BSOD code is for ram as im sure people have suggested.
yes, if I increase ram and success, do you guys think I can consider it is the ram has problem so I should ask for getting new ram from local support team or it is motherboard fault? Or both ram and MB are ok just sometimes like this one need more voltage and it is normal!?
    
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It's either your processor or your motherboard, with the most likely culprit being your motherboard. You could have a faulty memory controller, which on 775 is seperate from your processor. In simple terms, your motherboard could have problems with your specific RAM or could have a problem transmitting information. Considering processors rarely fault on stock speeds, this is your best bet for initial replacement. Make sure your voltages/timings are exactly as they are supposed to be (according to the manufacturers website) in the BIOS. If these changes are made and you are still seeing an IRQL error, RMA the board.
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It's either your processor or your motherboard, with the most likely culprit being your motherboard. You could have a faulty memory controller, which on 775 is seperate from your processor. In simple terms, your motherboard could have problems with your specific RAM or could have a problem transmitting information. Considering processors rarely fault on stock speeds, this is your best bet for initial replacement. Make sure your voltages/timings are exactly as they are supposed to be (according to the manufacturers website) in the BIOS. If these changes are made and you are still seeing an IRQL error, RMA the board.
I just went to the intel motherboard local support team two times to check the board and cpu two times, and they don't think the board and cpu have any problems.

If I install windows 7 instead of xp, do you guys think the same problem would exist?
    
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It could be the problem that my windows XP professional 32 bits disc is too outdated so the drivers there are not suitable. This is a disc I got in around 2004. I google and said a post talking about the driver problem can also make this blue screen error come out.

Is there XP professional install disc with sp3 out there? May be I install windows 7 may not have this problem?

My problem always happens when the windows xp install the "device driver" and the bar runs to around half. So it could be the driver crash install of hardware problem.
    
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I am trying the nliteos which mention in here:
http://windows.bigresource.com/Track/xp-5YGEcm0D/
hope this work!
    
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Just make xp iso with Nlite, now burn to DVD.
    
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problem is solved with nliteos!
I also make a DVD version of XP installation disc, seem like much faster!
    
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