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change motherboard for 2000 server

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Hi,

i'm using a normal pc spec (VIA chip) to run a 2000 server and now the cpu is getting overload, i wanted to change to a xeon processor using intel chipset board but when i start now it is always blue screen. How can i repair this problem? please advice

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Try a repair install: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;292175.  Whenever you change a motherboard in WinXP or Win2K, the Hardware Abstraction Layer needs to be changed.
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Callandor,

i have did that but the blue screen still appear. Please Advice

rega

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Bad news - if a repair install doesn't work, you will need to do a fresh install.  Hopefully, you've backed up all the data and can restore it.
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