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    Default Re: INstall problem - All windows versions -BSOD

    Good luck mate. Keep us posted.
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    Default Re: INstall problem - All windows versions -BSOD

    If the system will run the Memtest okay, sounds like the CPU, the MCH, the memory, along with whichever SATA controller the CD/DVD drive is plugged into are all okay.

    Maybe the harddrive is bad? Try running a diagnostic software to test the harddrive if you haven't already. Bootable iso should be available at the manufacturer's website.

    If your harddrive is okay, the 0x0000000A BSOD during the OS install often means a driver/hardware conflict, and more often than not, it's the disk controller. Try using an original retail OS CD without the SATA driver slipstream. Shouldn't need any SATA drivers unless the you have AHCI or RAID enabled anyway.
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    Default Re: INstall problem - All windows versions -BSOD

    For those that cared and offered help, thanks! Got my test CPU in and fired right up! RMA'ing the old proc back now!

    Thanks again!!
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    Default Re: INstall problem - All windows versions -BSOD

    Nice work. This is the first thread Ive come across with an actual Bad CPU.. Oh well. So were does this leave you? What CPU are you going to replace it with?
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    Default Re: INstall problem - All windows versions -BSOD

    Rgiht now i just have a Core 2 Celeron in there as my test CPU. I have RMA'd the Q6600 back to newegg, so when i get that one back, i will put that one in. My first experience with a bad CPU too... Thanks for the help :)
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    Default Re: INstall problem - All windows versions -BSOD

    Glad you got it sorted.

    Only experience I've had with a dead CPU was a E7300 I bought off eBay. I was able to get into the BIOS, and it was identified correctly, but would hang after POST. It was the seller's fault. As soon as I saw they'd wrapped the bare chip in bubble-wrap, I thought it may be DOA. It took me many attempts of re-seating the CPU and HSF, changing PSU and RAM before I admitted defeat, and swapped out the CPU. It was like I didn't want it to be true, but it was.
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