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    I have not. But this is my next plan of attack. I only have old old drives so I shall purchase a new one. Any recommendations ?

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    Try an SSD. They far outweigh traditional drives in features for automotive use.
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    This seems to be going in the "throw money at it until it works" method of debugging. You would rather buy new RAM and a new HD than just run an extension cord...
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    No 2k. I see your getting me wrong here. But I'm definately taking your advice with the power supply. I

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    ok so i formatted one of my old drives and installed into my carputer, then tryed to install windows

    This drive is IDE opposed to the Sata one i was previously using.....

    First run thru i get BSOD

    "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" reboot, i get 90% thru and get this BSOD

    a

    STOP: 0x00000024

    followed underneath with

    Ntfs.sys - address 83034414 base at 83028000, datestamp 4a5bbf45

    tomorro im going to try and get an alternative PS like 2k suggested

    This problem is killing my life right now.. damn carpc. stupid jetway board

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    Hi Ryan,

    Firstly, your mobo was made for Win Xp and some devices on it may not be compatible with Win 7, so I would try to get it working with XP before switching to Win 7.

    Secondly, the error you are getting usually means there is a driver conflict or a corrupted driver. My course of action would be to start with an empty HDD and install a fresh Win XP system without any updated drivers and see if this makes it work.

    Thirdly, have you tried to overclock the mobo ?
    My suggestion here is to go into BIOS setup and make sure everything is set to standard. This would especially help if your RAM is flakey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RevheadKev View Post
    Hi Ryan,

    Firstly, your mobo was made for Win Xp and some devices on it may not be compatible with Win 7, so I would try to get it working with XP before switching to Win 7.

    Secondly, the error you are getting usually means there is a driver conflict or a corrupted driver. My course of action would be to start with an empty HDD and install a fresh Win XP system without any updated drivers and see if this makes it work.

    Thirdly, have you tried to overclock the mobo ?
    My suggestion here is to go into BIOS setup and make sure everything is set to standard. This would especially help if your RAM is flakey.
    1) The OS is irrelevant if it happens when installing the OS.

    2) Usually, but the OS isnt even installed. The drivers being used are the generic known to work with everything drivers loaded into RAM every time from a golden copy during install. If the CD has worked in the past, the assumption the drivers on the disk are valid.
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    Is your XP disk scratched up?

    Honestly before I spent any money / time / energy on anything else, I would try running ubuntu on it so you can immediately rule out whether this is a software error (win) or something to do with your hardware.

    The ata driver is going to be for SATA or PATA drives.
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    Im 99% sure this is hardware. Even a scratched XP disk should fail in the same spot every time. Hardware is where other factors like temperature and voltage swings effect when it fails which can seem random.
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    I'm using a kinetic drycell battery if that matters also

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