|17 Nov 2011||#21|
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Forgive me, for I'm completely and technologically illiterate, but I purchased new computer parts. . .
...installed XP and have had 0 problems ...
... if I'm ever interested in attempting to re-install Windows 7, that means it was most likely a driver/update issue, right?
Who put the system together after you bought the parts?
To rule out the OEM DVD you purchased as contributing factor, download Windows 7 x64 Enterprise Edition trial version ISO and burn to DVD-R with Imgburn.
Wipe the HDD with KillDisk first to remove all remnants of prior Windows OS.
If Windows 7 Enterprise Edition BSODs, then hardware is the obvious culprit.
His name is the same as your screen name.
Regards. . .
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