Is there anyone who has the image DVD with Windows XP Professional on it? All I would need is an ISO image of it, please.
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5/29/09 at 11:58am
Its actually more likely that the motherboard fried, either directly above the video card or next to the processors. I'd say get a motherboard first, but you'll be pissed if it was the video card in the end. Unfortunately there isn't an easy way to tell, unless you have one of the AMD Auroras, in which case I'd say video card. I have 2 of the Intel Area 51s and about 1.5 more worth of parts. Every time I've had issues, its been with the JMicron SATA controller or the voltage regulators near the CPU. I actually had one board that I managed to fix by replacing the regulator the fried, only to have the SATA controller die within 3 months.
Bottom line: Good luck with that.