I have a dell Inspiron XPS 710 and I recently wiped my drive to do a fresh install of Windows XP. When I try to re-install Windows XP I get a bsod. I have tried different drives and I still get the same error.
I insert the Dell Windows XP CD and after Windows finishes loading all of the drivers and tries to start up (for the install) I get the bsod.
Ok guys, I found the solution. The problem was the SATA driver. However, Dell has done a poor job of labeling this driver (or perhaps it was my negligence) on their site and thats what threw me off from
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