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Old 05-14-2006, 03:19 AM
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Hey Guys.
I have a Gforce 6200 nVidia(Gigabyte board) and a GA-8i915p DUO Rev 2 Motherboard(Gigabyte).The problem is when i install WinXp pro SP2 and VGA driver my PC begins to reset suddenly and when i see the error report it says that it because of your VGA hardware and OS runs Stop Service reduce your hardware properties or somthing like this.More than this when i install motherboard chipset driver the period of system reset gets worst . I have the latest drivers.Is this a hardware conflict and is there any solution?

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Old 05-19-2006, 06:00 PM
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I had loads of problems when XP when I installed SP2 (software not working, random error screens etc) so I had to do the following to remedy the problems:

Try this:Clean install XP with SP1

When the install has finished and rebooted goto START>All Programs>Windows Update

When windows shows you the updates available, deselect the SP2 updates but install all the others

Reboot when prompted

When windows loads again windows update will then ask you to update to SP2 via the update pop up

Deselect the SP2 check box and click CLOSE

Windows will then ask if you want to install all the SP2 security updates without installing the actual service pack

Click YES

Reboot when prompted

This should clear up any problems with SP2, but you still have all the security updates.

Lets us know how you got on!

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Old 06-19-2006, 07:45 AM
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Default Found the problem

Finally i found the was from my sound card.I began to change my hardware(VGA,RAM,DVD,Modem,sound card) and when i change the sound card the reboot problem simply stopped.

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