I have an Intel DG33TL motherboard and a Core 2 Duo E6320 with 1 GB (2x512) of DDR2 memory. When I install Windows XP Professional, after the inital setup and the computer boots into the setup GUI, the computer gives the STOP message 0x000000B8. I changed out the hard drives, the memory, the power supply, the video card, and even the optical drives. After playing with the BIOS, I turned of the "Enable Core Multiplexing Technology" feature and the computer installed Windows XP just fine. I then installed the driver CD that came with the motherboard and had no problem. I went to enable the Multiplexing Technology feature again, and the BSODs started again during the Windows XP boot. What is going on? I checked with Intel's website and the processor I am using is fully compatible with that motherboard and I have already updated to the latest BIOS. Am I missing something?