I've been trying to install XP onto an old 20GB HDD so I can use my shitty Mustek scanner, but it wouldn't install after about 7 atempts using different CDs and HDDs. I figured it was because my mobo was slightly oced to 333FSB (jumper was set to that), so I put the jumper back to default and removed 2GB of ram so it was running at stock speed and with 2GB of RAM (I've heard you can have problems installing an OS sing 4GB). To cut a long story short, XP wouln't install, it did the first part, but when it came to the part where it boots from disk to finish installation, it said "boot mgr missing press ctrl+alt+del to restart" with a few corrupt characters displaying green an pink and blue squares. I gave up with the whole thing and thought it's not gonna work so fuck it (not literally). So I remove the ancient 20GB HDD from my system, pop the 2gb back in and change the OC jumper to 333FSB again, load my BIOS settings (specs on left) and proceed to boot. I get BSOD after BSOD. So I'm now running at 425*8 and it seems stable for now. But why can't I get it back to 486FSB after changing a jumper and removing/replacing RAM? Is this normal? Did I do something wrong? I've already tried reseting BIOS and starting my original OC again but still getting BSODs Any help MUCH appreciated! And you get a cookie for reading through all of this!!!!