Windows XP Constantly Reboots!
I've just upgraded my system's CPU, Mobo, and RAM. Just as well, I've installed a new hard drive and reinstalled Windows XP MCE. My drivers for my video card (ATI at the moment until I replace my defective Geforce 8800) and soundcard are already installed. However, i noticed that I have gotten many errors from both my sound device (Realtec) and Windows itself.
After I installed Creative labs drivers for my headset and Firefox, I noticed that my computer often reboots without warning! After it boots, there's one of those friendly "Sorry for the inconvenience" messages.
But now, Windows can no longer boot and is stuck in an endless loop of rebooting as soon as the Windows loading bar disappears (welcome screen doesn't show). This occurs regardless of starting in normal, previous settings, or safe mode.
So...any way to possible fix this given that I cannot boot Windows successfully? Thanks.
Windows 7 Ultimate x64
ASUS P5Q Motherboard
Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 2.66GHz
4Gb DDR2 Kingston RAM
XFX Nvidia 260 GTX 896Mb
Ultra 1000W PSU