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    Windows 2000.....

    I recently tried to install Win2000 on my machine which is currently running Win98SE, the installation gets so far then the following error occurs and I have no choice but to reboot.
    '***STOP: 0x00000023 (0x001B0085, 0xE1728E4C, 0xE160EF9C, OxE1728E3C)
    FAT_FILE SYSTEM
    Beggining of Pyhscial memory dump
    Physical memory dump completed. Contact your system administrator or technical support group.'


    Anyone got any idea what's wrong???

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    [This message has been edited by AthlonOverclocker (edited 06-06-2001).]
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    Are you into debugging? That occurs because the OS is "dumping" memory into a a file for debugging later. Here's the Mr. Obvious part--it happens when there is a fatal error.

    I think your cpu is oc'd when you are trying to install W2k which is causing the fatal error. Try setting the cpu and memory to default before installing the OS. I got physical mem dumps several times when I was testing the oc limits of my system. If you've already done that, it may just be a concern with the RAID controller--could be the drivers or the controller is bad. I bet it's just the overclocking though.

    Good luck.

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    I ran Win 2000 on my old PC (Compaq 133 pentium Presario 4707) and it ran great. Win 2000 never crashed. NEVER! And it had some great features too. When I tried to run it on my new Compaq 566 Celeron about half of everything wasn't compatible. It wouldn't run and I don't know why. You would think a newer PC would run better with Win 2000 than a 1997 PC, but it didn't. So I just gave away win 2000 away.


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    Hmm you're running 109Mhz FSB on a KT133 chipset?? Yeah I'd say that's your problem too. Although... I was actually able to push my processor further in Win2k than 98.

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    I should have mentioned in the post that I'm running this on a K6-2 500 at the moment as my board is awaiting replacement, I've sorted the problem out now, it seems the cd was the problem, I borrowed a freinds to try and install it again and it's all working fine, and I got to say, I am inpressed with Win 2K



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    glad to see that you're impressed by 2k. Welcome to a much better MS OS than people give credit for. Have fun

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    Upgrade to 256MB of RAM and you'll really be impressed.

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    I was actually thingking of upgrading to 256 megs this week as I'll have about £200 - £250 to spend on my PC, one thing I'll defentlly be getting is the Addtronics 7696A Case

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    128mb Pc133 cas2 Crucial @ 145mhz cas2
    30.7GB IBM 75GXP
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    XP @ 2.3Ghz (210xx11)
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    I just went to Crucial's site now and seen that a stick of 256mb PC133 cas2 was only £51.81 inc vat so I just had to order!!

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    Asus V7700 Pure 32mb GTS @ 230/360
    128mb Pc133 cas2 Crucial @ 145mhz cas2
    30.7GB IBM 75GXP
    17' Sony Trinitron 210ES 0.25dpi

    [SE]Lithium
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    XP @ 2.3Ghz (210xx11)
    NF7-S v2
    1GB PC3500
    Rad 9800pro @ XT
    CM101B
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    Win 2000 is the best OS I have seen yet.

    I am running 512mb ram and it smokes.

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