The memory has not been overclocked. Everything is at the default settings including FSB and CPU frequency.
When I install Windows 2000/XP PRO, It detects my SATA properly, then formats. After that it starts to copy setup files. It always stops on files like "mmsys.cpl" And says "Setup is unable to copy xxxxxx.xxx, the file system is not valid." Each time it will do it to a different file.
Then when I install Windows 98 SE, it installs ok. Then at the last step, when it says "Updating System Settings..." It just powers off. When I turn it on, it goes into the desktop okay, but then says "Error writing to system registry. Reboot to fix". I restart. It detects the error, and says it has been fixed. Then when it gets back into the desktop... It says the samething all over again.
I called back the technician, and someone else answered. Now he says it is probably a defective motherboard. But my mobo boots ok, and everything runs properly! He said it should not be the RAM, when the other guy says it is DEFINATLY the ram.
This is driving me crazy!