gx620 windows xp installed, getting BSOD am

Stu

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The first STOP error you posted, I tried Googling it but it appears to be a not very common error, most reports of it come from IBM Thinkpad users with Intel network adapters.

The second one is definitely USB driver related... do you have problems when connecting any other USB devices, or just this particular hub? Have you tried the hub in another computer?
 

Minomol

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Hi there, sorry for not answering your question sooner.

The usb hub works perfectly on other machines.
When i connect the usb hub to my machine before turning it on, and connect my external WD hard drive, the computer won't even turn on, i just get the opening MSI screen, and there it freezes.

As for the 0x40000080 error, i though i finally solved it, because i finally managed to install all of the required drivers. But today i got another one...

Here's a question: Could the cause be a wrong file system? I did a little mistake while i was installing the windows xp operating system, i choose a wrong file system, fat32, because i didn't know what it was for back then. Now i know that i was supposed to choose NTFS, because it is newer, and it also supports bigger files(bigger than 4 gigabytes).
Could this be the cause?

And one more thing, wouldn't it help to post my minidump files in here?

Thanks.
 

Fredrik

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No, not likely. The file tables are libraries you could say. But I wonder if you can make use of the whole hard disk at boot up. Simply don't remember. If you can back up the important stuff easily you might as well redo the installation and use NTFS.

Antivirus programs can disturb downloads and installations. Try SafeMode for the installation of the RealTek and other motherboard drivers.
 
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