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Hi,
I have just upgraded my M/B, CPU, Ram and Graphic card.

Asrock K7S8X M/B
AMD Athlon XP2000 CPU
512 DDR 400 Ram
ATI Radeon 9200 graphic card.

Having put them all in my tower, I turned machine on. sorted BIOS, then booted from winXP cd and formated and attemted to reinstall winXP pro.

Once windows starts to initialize hardware a blue screen comes on with the following message.

KERNAL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR

And go's on to tell me to remove any new hardware I have added.
Having added all the listed Items above, what do I do first?

My old graphics card, cpu and ram are no compatable with the new M/B and vice versa. Anty Ideas??

Cheers guys.

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Thanks for the replies,

Firstly I have set my old system up again reinstalling winXP on my old hard drive with the old M/B, ram and graphic card.
Everything went in ok, so that suggests to me that my hard drive is ok?
Secondly, I think my old graphic card is 3.5v as it is at least 3 years old and my new M/B will only take 1.5v graphic cards.

Having read about the error messages I am getting on the microsoft website, could it be that my new M/B supports ATA 133/Ultra DMA mode 6 and isnt recognising my old hard disk properly? In the bios I remeber the setting being on auto, and on boot up next to my hard disks name it said something like
"ultra DMA S.M.A.R.T capable, but not enabled"

thanks again

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Hi guys,
Heres an update for you.

Just installed everything and it is so far going ok.

Dont exactly know what I did, as I made a couple of changes at the same time anyway, heres what I did before install.

Moved DDR ram from DDR1 to DDR2, changed ide cable for a new 1 and set IDE1 in bios to user settings, using my old bios settings for the hard disk.

Like I said, dont know which one of these did the trick but, I dont want to mess with it again just in case!!!

Any ideas??

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Why isn't the old video card compatable?

Older video cards which are AGP 1x/2x compatible operate at a higher signaling voltage than 4x/8x cards. Old card + new board = no workee. New card + old board = potential smoke.

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