I am glad that the system is no longer showing the A2 error in the board and that it is starting to boot with something on the monitor.
Now, please attach the hard drive back, and then install the RAM sticks. When the system boots, access the system BIOS and then configure it to your preference.
Load the disc and then try to install it.
Now, if you are using Windows XP and and getting the BSOD, I suggets that you try to change your HDD modes. There are options for the HDD that say something like SATA or IDE, please try to change that setting and test which onesis working when doing teh Windows XP installation.
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