XP installation did not start after motherboard change


problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage

to your computer.

If this 1s the first t1me you've seen th1s stop error screen,

restart your computer. If screen appears aga1n, follow

these steps:

check to be sure you have adequate d1sk space. If a driver 1s

dent 1f1ed 1n the Stop message, d1sable the dr1ver or check

with the manufacturer for driver updates. Try changing v1deo


check with your hardware vendor for any BIOs updates. D1sable

BIOs memory opt1ons such as cach1ng or shadowing. If you need

to use Safe Mode to remove or disable components, restart your

computer, press F8 to select Advanced startup optlons
and then

Safe Mode.

Technical Informatlon:

acp1. sys
Address F73B8D66 base at F73ADOoo, Datestamp 41107d27

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Re: error

When exactly does this error occur?

Not all motherboards nowadays are compatible with XP. So might be the problem. But the chance they aren't compatible with Windows 7, 8 and 10 and with Linux is very small.


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Error occur

When I boot from CD for fresh install at that time and just after finishing hardware scan and loading files from boot disc that time error occurs

pls guide my motherboard is gigabite J1800D2P, Intel proceesor 2.4GHZ and rgb ram

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Re: error during install

It seems to be what i thought. In the specification on I read:
Operating System Support for Windows 8.1/8/7

You can't really blame the makers for not supporting a 14 year old OS that is not supported by Microsoft any more.

Two options then:
- See if the shop is willing to take it back if you exchange it for another motherboard that is compatible with XP.
- Install a supported OS.


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Thanks Sir solving in such a easy manner.
hats off

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