I've installed a "new" (refurbished) VT7 board in my machine. It goes\nthrough POST fine, until right before the Windows XP Pro initial boot\nscreen, when it shows a message (below) on a blue screen for just a split\nsecond. The message flashes for maybe a tenth of second, then the machine\nstarts the boot process all over again in an endless cycle.\nHere's the message.....\n"A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent\ndamage on your computer.\nIf this is the first time you've seen this error screen, restart your\ncomputer. If this screen appears again, follow these steps:\n"Check for viruses on you computer. Remove any newly installed hard drive\ncontrollers. Check your hard drive to make sure it is properly configured\nand terminated. Run chkdsk /F to check for hard drive corruption, and then\nrestart your computer."\n\n"Technical Information:\n\n"***STOP: 0x0000005B (0xF7985528,0XC0000034, 0X00000000, 0X.........."\n\n\nThere are no viruses on the system. I re-seated everything, flashed to the\nlatest BIOS, tried various BIOS settings, all appears normal, but no dice.\nI finally gave up and re-installed the old MB so I could send this. It's\nworking fine with the old board.\nThe old board is a TH7II, no RAID.\nP4 2.8 GHz\n250 GB WD HD\n200 GB WD HD\nTDK CD/RW\nASUS CD/ROM\nVisiontek Geforce 3\nThis is all that was in at the time.\n\nMy feeling is that the board is junk, even though it's been "re-furbished".\nAny thoughts?