Yep, I was trying to load the motherboard CD to see if I could get a driver and the computer froze and gave me the BSOD again with the KERNAL_STACK_INPAGE_ERROR.
I actually just replaced the hard drive (40 GB, Seagate). My old hard drive (20 GB Maxor) I can get registered in the BIOS but it cannot be accessed, meaning I can't get to all the original files--but I will worry about that later.
Yeah, I know floppy drives aren't that much. When I was moving the drive from my old computer to the new one, one of the pins broke off and now the BIOS won't register the drive---BLASTED!
I will see if I can persuade someone to let me borrow their floppy drive until I can go out and get another one (if I have to go out and buy another computer part......). Should the BIOS need updating even though it is a brand new motherboard?