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Hi everyone.

I've been building a new computer with an assortment of parts and am hitting a brick wall.

The system is:

New MB: Asus P5Q SE2 iP45 S 775
New Processor: Intel Pentium® E5200 Dual Core Socket 775
New Ram: Corsair XMS2 4GB (2x2GB) DDR2
New GPU: Novatech ATI Radeon HD4850 1GB
New PSU: Corsair HX520W

Old HDD: ~80Gb IDE HDD running Windows XP SP2
New HDD: 250GB SATA HDD

After putting all of this together I get a couple of system bleeps while it loads. The self test recognises the GPU and RAM and windows starts but it will blue screen roughly five seconds after displaying the desktop and restart. I took a photo of the blue screen, which says:

A problem has been detected etc

Technical information:
*** STOP: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0xBA95DCAE, 0xB92B4B54, 0x00000000)

*** AmdLLD.sys - Address BA95DCAE base at BA958000, Datestamp 454906a4

memory dump etc.

I've tried the RAM modules separately with the same effect. I'm pretty sure everything should be compatible. Could it be a problem with using an old windows install? I only have one IDE MB slot for two DVD and the old HD so I could fresh install windows to the SATA. Otherwise all I can think of is the MB, processor or both RAM chips are faulty.

I eventually gave up and went back to my old build, but using the new PSU and GPU, which works fine.

If anyone has any idea what's going on I would be very grateful for help. Thanks!
 

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Looks like you were running a amd cpu before, correct? If so that
is why you are blue screening. I recommend doing a clean install of
the os when putting old drive in new machine.
You may try this, boot into safe mode and install the mobo drivers,
the disk that came with the mobo "chipset drivers". This may override
the amd driver. Probably would hurt to find the AmdLLD.sys and delete
it prior to install of chipset drivers...
 

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Hi peeps. Thanks for the quick replies!

I have already tried to boot the new rig in safe mode without any change.

I'm going to try a fresh install to the new SATA HDD. I did try booting from the DVD player with the XP disk previously to try a fresh install but it wasn't happy. I have heard that XP needs SATAs running as IDE in the BIOS and that XP install doesn't like some DVD writer drives so they could have been problems before.

I'll let you know if it worked tomorrow. Thanks!
 
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