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Its not overclocked. Running stock speed on everything. I tried the tips in <A HREF="http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;188867" target="_new">this</A> MS Knowledge Base, but I couldn't get it to boot in anything but safe mode.
I need the comp up and running for a LAN party this weekend, so if noone has any other ideas, I'lll juist re-format and reinstall WIN98SE.
Intel P4 2.4B
MSI 645E Max-U Mobo
GF3 ti200 64MB
SB Live 5.1
WD 60GB (Storage)
Maxtor 6GB (System)
LG 24x24x32 CDR
WIN2K PRo SP4
I recently worked on a Compaq with a SiS 530 chipset. If I installed the latest SiS AGP driver, BOOM!, windows protection error. The only way to get rid of the driver was to reformat and reinstall. Try updating your BIOS and drivers to see if that helps the problem.
(Also try dumping 98 for 2000 or XP... hehe)
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