I recently took my computer out of storage after a year, it was fully working when it went in, but had now where to keep it or use it as I am OTR truck driver now. Well, I decided to set it up at my GF's house, and be damned if it would power up. I traced the problem to my "brand new" PSU that I had replaced not long before I put it in storage. So I bought a brand new Antec Trio 430W PSU. Everything worked fine for about 2 weeks, then my GF had to restart the comp and it came up with a BSOD saying the system config files were corrupt in win32. Well after screwing with it for a few hours, I tried to reinstall xp on a spare drive, but with it hooked up to my comp, install ALWAYS failed, with a boot read error. I know the drive is good, and installing xp with the drive attached to a different system, installs and booted just fine, connect to my system, nothing but errors. Not knowing which problem it could be I tried a mobo and processor swap. A new Gigabyte Mobo and a AMD XP3000 procressor problem fixed. Great right? Problem solved. However, not really, As the mobo was brand new as well. Now, since the repairs everything is working great. Only question, WHY DOES MY HARDWARE KEEP FAILING!