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hi,
i'm trying to install windows nt on a pentium II.  it has a scsi hard disk with 64 mb ram.  setup gives me an error initializing the video of the computer. shows me the above error message and the only option left to me is to exit.
any suggestions?
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Please verify that your hardware is indeed NT supported hardware.  Errors of this nature are almost always the result of using hardware that is incompatible with and therefore unsupported under NT.  You can check the current HCL at:

http://www.microsoft.com/hwtest/hcl/

Check each piece of your hardware and make sure it's supported.  If not, replace it with something that is supported.  
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u r right. i should have checked this earlier.
thank u
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