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"BSOD when trying to install Windows 10 on freshly formatted hard drive", 1) I updated everything via Windows Update. 2) Updated and ran a full system scan using AVG Free. (no viruses found) 3) Updated and ran a full scan with Search and Destroy. (no spyware found) 4) Ran CC Cleaner 5) Still noticed issues with slowness but never received a BSOD after all of this. Due to the slowness I decided to try a Repair Installation by booting from the Windows XP disk. 6) When I tried this I received my first BSOD. 0x0000007 was the error code. 7) Then downloaded Ultimate Boot CD and ran a MemTest (memory passed fine...no errors after 14+ passes), and rand a Hardware Diagnostic (no hard drive errors) 8) Decided to just format the hard drive and reinstall Windows XP. Hard drive formatted fine. 9) As soon as it reached the point it was copying system files to the hard drive I got a BSOD. error 0x00000024 this time.

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