WIN XP BSOD. Ok here's the kicker. I have tried 2 different machines and 2 different soundcards and 2 different Graphics cards and mixed and matched them around and even 2 different Hard drives and no matter what I do, I am getting a blue scrren of death. Could both motherboards be faulty? 1st machine is an AMD Athlon 2000+ 1GB RAM 2nd one is a packard bell machine and it's a 2.6 GHZ P4 and also has 1 GB RAM. I have swapped the RAM and reduced the RAM to one card on both machines too. The HDD's are both seagate. 1 is a 60GB and the other is an 80GB. The Graphics cards, 1 is an NVIDIA Geforce 5500. 256MB And the other, I can't remember, it was in the packard bell and is 128MB anyway. I have switched them into the other machines etc. The Sound Cards are Philips Ultimate Edge 5.1 Surround sound card and a CMedia Virtual 5.1 Sound card. The OS is WINXP. These bSOD had happened on both Machines even before I tried the reinstall. But now, the 60GB HDD seems to be dead. The 80GB one seems to work ok, and it has a good attempt at installing WINXP with the help of a WIN98 boot disk and the i386\winnt.exe command, but when it's copying the xp files, a lot of them can't be found. I end up skipping about 20 files but carry on anyway. Then when I restart for the proper bootup, I get a BSOD. it's a STOP Error. Can anyone help?