I got my uncle's old computer, specs are: Award Modular BIOS v6.00PG W6330MS v2.4 020701 AMD Athlon 1200MHz The mobo is a K7T Turbo VER 3 Windows XP Pro My uncle bought it at a garage sale, the guy who sold it had lost the xp cd. It worked fine, but my uncle was downloading some kind of software for the cd player or burner (not sure what) and the thing crashed.Virus? I got the computer at that point, at first it wouldn't boot at all. I used fixmbr in recovery console from the xp setup disks (6 floppies) and got the thing to boot up into xp, but when it did it automatically started running chdsk which showed errors of indexes being repaired and then said something like "not enough free space to correct errors", and got a blue screen : MEMORY_MANAGEMENT STOP:0x0000001A Tried to boot again but now as soon as windows starts running I get STOP:0x0000006B Process1_Initialization_Failed and thats as far as she goes. From what I've found the stop 0x6B message could be a hardware problem, driver issue, or software problem. I need to know how to find and fix the problem without a windows xp cd. Where can I go from here? I'm not experienced at this at all, any and every help or advise would be much appreciated.