Ok the Windows 2000 blue screen crash says this exactly:
*** STOP: 0x0000001E (0xC000001D, 0xA0018CFB, 0x00000038, 0x00000000)
the Windows XP installation error says this:
*** STOP: 0x00000001A (0x00000780, 0xC0352E00, 0x81076020, 0x80000CD8)
and then the 'says something about memory' thing I was talking about is it just gives you a possible reason for the numbers. It says to try disabling shadowing or somethign in the bios, but mine already is.
Also, the numbers arent exaclty the same every time.
Heres my system config:
Asus P2B motherboard
Pentium 2 - 400mhz CPU (retail)
192 megs PC-133 RAM (Viking i think)
Western Digital 45 gig 5400RPM HD
ATI 8 meg AGP video card (cant remember which model)
DLink 10/100 PCI network card
Linkysys USB network card
Check if your memory timings are not to fast, set it on CAS 3 to be sure. I presume that you have 2 or more sticks of RAM, if so try with only one stick in it, maybe you've a bad RAM stick.
Also be sure you haven't got any resource (i.e. IRQ) conflicts between the different components. One of my comps always displayed a blue screen with error messages on startup, when I changed the network card from PCI slot the problem was solved.
My case has so many fans that it hovers above the ground .