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PROBLEM: new hd, new mb, new videoc, still problem with the Blue screen of Death

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by brzs4life, Nov 27, 2006.

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  1. brzs4life

    brzs4life Thread Starter

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    hello guys i found out last time that i almost fried my cpu for not having my heatsink and thermal paste over it thanx to God my proccessor stilll works, but now with this motherboard new video card and hard drive i cant get my pc to work>

    turn on goes bios auto system monitor and evrything and then if i put my win xp cd in it gives me the ntdlr error but if i put the windows xp already intalled in my hard drive ready to start win xp it gives me the blue screen of death....

    a little history about my pc....
    last time i was getting blue screen of death and i noticed my motherboard had gone so i bought a new one and decided to buy a new hard drive and use my ati700x.

    i am sure hd, mb, video card psu and processor work beause ive tried in my other pc.
    iam gonna try memtest maybe its memory but i dont think so.....
     
  2. norton850

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    That's normal behavior for a HD that already has XP installed on it (blue screen). As far as the NTLDR message is your bios set to boot from the cd drive?
     
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