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Old 02-11-2005, 09:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Post windows xp pro installation problems take a look plz

i finally got my 2 WD raptors in RAID 0 set up last night and got into windows fine. the problem is when i install any large programs like games i immediatly get errors like with World of Warcraft it instantly popped up "you may be out of hard disk space" or with battlefield vietnam it just gave me some error number right when i tried to intall it, it seems to do this on any game i try. now only thing i can think of is my new ram hasnt come in yet and im using 2x256 elixer pc3200 and maybe its not compatible? i have a MSI k8n neo2 platinum MOBO with athlon 64 3500+ and also i have my stripe set as 64k and havent changed my windows cluster size would this cause strange errors? my new ram coming in btw is kingston value ram 3200 ddr400

any help would be greatly appreciated

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