Hey all you PC / win gurus out there. I finally decided to upgrade my old system... running a P3-733 ASUS CUSL2 mainboard and just didn't cut it anymore. So I ordered a new ASUS A7N8x deluxe (nforce2 chipset) and a Athlon XP1800+ along with 2 256MB PC2700 sticks. Now crazy me, I was hoping that I could just pop in the new motherboard, boot into my current copy of windows, and let it autodetect all the changes, then install the new drivers. Instead, when it reaches windows boot (after OS selection screen) it just resets the computer and starts booting again. If I try to boot into safe mode, it gets as far as loading "AGP440.sys" and then reboots. I'm assuming that this means some driver that was specialized to drive the old AGP port is conflicting with the new board. I can't even get it to boot to a command prompt. Now my question is, do I need to clear out and completely reinstall from scratch? Can I just run a repair installation and fix these issues? I was hoping this would be quick and easy but obviously I'm missing something. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.