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Everytime my system starts it crashes on the Windows Splash Screen, If I urn the Machine off again then back on it starts ok, whats wrong with it?

Gigabyte GA71XE4
AMD Thunderbird
XP PRO

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Re: Crash

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With so little information, your issue could be a worm, virus damage to bad motherboard capacitors to an overtaxed power supply.

Try telling a longer story.

Bob

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The PC is Clean from Viruses and Spyware, it's in a modded case with 3 Fans, two which light up and it was using it's OEM Power supply because the one that came with the Special case was incompatiable with the Hard disk, so is it a power problem?

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All I can ask is that you read your post and ask that you fill in the missing information. You could have some unstable Athlon that went unstable after you added a stick of RAM.

But your post has not details to give any directions.

Save one....

Remove all the partitions on the hard disk and attempt to boot and install XP. If the install fails, then you look at getting the PC hardware repaired.

Bob

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