About a week ago I got an Athlon 500 and MSI 6167 board. I took it home and installed it, along with a chunky VEK32 cooler from Eyo. The problems started from the get-go as it got blue screens and spontaneous reboots while trying to re-detect the new hardware of the motherboard. I deltree'd Windows and attempted a reinstall, which took forever because of continuing lockups and spontaneous reboots. After a couple of hours I got sick of it and took the board back and exchanged it for an FIC SD11 board. The FIC board didn't even finish POSTing. It kept re-scanning for SCSI devices on my SCSI card in an infinite loop, and if I went into the SCSI bios it would have a corrupt screen. I rang back and asked if I could try a different MSI board, because it went a lot better than the FIC board and perhaps I just had a dud, or the original version which had known issues with some AGP cards. The shop guy agreed and this time I decided to put the machine together in the shop and test it in front of him rather than wasting my time going back home and having it screw up there. As it turns out this was a good move (or non-move , because it went better for awhile, but then blue screened when it attempted to detect the network card. It also beeped continuously with a blank screen with the Siemens RAM in it before POSTing (which it never got around to actually doing), when I took it out and just left my NEC ram in it, it was sort of fine (well, getting to a blue screen is more progress than no POST .
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