I posted in another thread about problems with a new Dell XPS 720 crashing\nwhen used as a backup-to-disk target for Backup Exec. It's currently running\nWindows XP (as shipped) and I wondered whether we were asking a little too\nmuch of it.\n\nSo... tried to install Windows 2003 standard (MSDN version) and it blue\nscreens just as it says "Starting Windows" after the initial copy of\nboots/set-up files. Completely repeatable :-)\n\nI wondered if it's a driver issue, maybe SATA with the NVIDIA nForce chipset\nand I needed to try the SATA drivers on floppy disk.\n\nProblem is I don't know what chipset is inside this beast. On Windows XP,\nthe device manager says "NVIDIA nForce 590/570/550". I thought. possibly\nincorrectly, that it was the nForce 6 series, maybe the 680i but now I'm not\nsure so sure.\n\nDoes anyone know what chipset is in the XPS 720?\n\nBut more importantly, are there any Windows 2003 drivers? I went down the\nlist and couldn't find any. Would Windows XP drivers work? Not sure how\ncompatibility the driver model is.\n\nAnd.. I think I know what the SLI bit is about (dual graphics rendering) but\nthat's the LT prefix?\n\nThanks, Rob.