New Build. BSOD Error

  Pilch.... 23:53 31 Jan 03

I am building a machine for a friend
XP2100 133 FSB
40gb Western and Digitial drive
ECS K7S5A board
512sd 133 ram
GF2 MX400

I am trying to install windows XP Pro,

it boots from CD after post, loads up the files then gets to setup is loading windows then appears with this error


Technical info:

***STOP: 0x000000D1 (0x00000003F, 0x00000001F, 0x000000000, 0x000000003F)

Any ideas would be appriciated.

  AndySD 00:00 01 Feb 03

Try reseating the RAM of if you are usinf more than one stick of ram try removing all but one.

  Pilch.... 00:07 01 Feb 03

another ram chip, no error, but it loaded up set up restarted then started to reload the files...


just brought up this error

0x0000000C5 (0x43707269, 0x000000002, 0x000000000, 0x8082B5DE)

  AndySD 00:15 01 Feb 03

Hmm I dont know that error ... I will go look but in the meantime can you check that the virus checker in the bios is disabled. Also sometimes setting the FSB in the bios to 100 lets it load.

  Pilch.... 00:19 01 Feb 03

thanks matey for your help so far!!

  Pilch.... 00:21 01 Feb 03

to 100 and the set up loaded.

i guess get XP installed then up it.

  t00ny 00:33 01 Feb 03

click here that link there will explain it all to u m8, its most likly some sort of driver problem. but somehow u need xp installed.

hope this helps


  AndySD 00:38 01 Feb 03


  Pilch.... 01:16 01 Feb 03

Then restarted and went to change the FSB back to its full speed from XP1500 to XP2100 <- what it should be, and low and behold when it restarts and goes to load up the bios, BSOD occur's, 0x0000000E3 (0x80542B20, 0x81FCE790, 0x000000000, 0x000000002)

I am not sure if it is that the Computer cant take the chip runnin at that speed, so is it that i may need to, which i dont want to, flash the bios to enable it to take the chip at full speed?

  AndySD 01:32 01 Feb 03

click here could be what version is the bios you have?

  AndySD 01:42 01 Feb 03

But have you tried installing the motherboard drivers first

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