new motherboard + new memory + FSB400 single/dual modes So far, playing ToEE on XP Pro SP2 is running just fine on the new motherboard [AN7 model of Abit motherboard with the nVidia n2 version of motherboard chipset with its drivers updated to nForce_510 version of Windows drivers] and a Radeon 9800 Pro video card [ATI Catalyst 5.7 version Display Driver and Control Panel, none of the other Catalyst stuff was installed]. I should also mention that I bought 2 new modules of 512 MB of PC3200, 184-pin DIMM DDR400 [from SAMS Club 65 US dollars, each]. I made sure the small manufacturer label glued on the PC3200 DIMMs showed both being from the same manufacturer to get the same brand of unbuffered, non-ECC PC3200. New motherboards that are 400 MHz or greater capable FSB (Front-Side Bus) should have 3 DIMM 184-pin DDR slots. What is different when you run one of these boards is you can install the RAM to run as single channel [64-bit] or dual channel [128-bit]. (Dual channel handles more data in the same amount of time.) * To run the memory as 64-bit in single channel mode, install two DIMMs in slots DIMM1 and DIMM2. * To run the memory as 128-bit in dual channel mode, install two DIMMs in slots DIMM3 and DIMM2. Note1: If you install three of the same types of DIMM to fill all three slots, it will run in dual channel mode. Note2: If you install just one DDR RAM module, the memory will operate in 64-bit single channel mode. Anyway, ToEE is running just fine, now. I am running a Chaotic Neutral party. I believe I have done all the quests in Hommlet, including the Desperate Housewives quest, except I did not do the one where a girl in your party pretends to date a shop owners son to improve his image and give him confidence. I also did the majority of the Nulb quests. The Moathouse is now empty and the undead and hill giant in Emridy Meadows are dead. And, at this time about half of the 1st level of the temple is completed. So far, no problems, except for the CTD when entering the Ah Fong Emporium, and ShiningTed is working to fix that issue.