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System protection Error in XP when chnaging Mabo and CP

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Guest georgi55

Last time when I chnaged my mabo and CPU, I got System protection Error in XP and the only choice I had is to reinstal windows.Is there a way to go around this without reinstaling windows?Thanks in advance.

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I am not too sure if there is a way around it.But it's recommended that you do a clean install of an O/S after adding things such as a new motherboard and CPU. It will save a lot of problems in the long run :)

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Guest georgi55

Thanks for reply. I am planign to do clean install but I wanted to test run it first.Oh well, I will start from beging again. At least XP instal goes fast.Thanks again :)

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Hi,I'll be interested to know if you have any issues with validating Windows XP, after this re-install.Thanks,Bruce.

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I had to revalidate with Microsoft for my wife's computer. I don't know why I was in such a hurry to validate since her computer was very unstable anyway (ended up being that the MOBO doesn't like the third stick of memory, seems like this is a big problem with several MOBOs).Finally, after troubleshooting and reinstalling WinXP, I had to dial the 800 number and put in about 25+ numbers. If you are going to have to do this, don't use a miniture cell phone, trying to press those numbers is a pain. The process went smoothly on the part of Microsoft.

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I did the upgrade of mabo, and everything went smooth, and no, I didnt have any trouble with validating.

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