Hey guys, I posted this earlier in the OS forum but I have not had a reply yet.
I just put together a new system. I turned it on and checked out the bios. Everything is working fine, all items are set to AUTO in bios. I popped the windows xp cd in and it began the setup. I then reformatted my HD to NFTS and it rebooted to begin the windows xp set up process.
It started installing and it restarted without displaying an error code. I caught it as odd but it started back up and began installing again. It went a bit further this time and restarted with an error log that had DLL errors and windows xp signature error.
It again restarted and went even further and let me put in my cd key and time settings and it restarted again. The same thing happened again. I shut it completely down but now it immediately restarts after the windows logo screen where it leads in to the xp setup restart. It gives different errors codes that I can somewhat catch because they go away very quickly. The one I know i've seen is, Insufficient system resources.
What's going on?
Bios works and displays my memory. Look at my 1) signature for my comp specs if your wondering about them.