>1-Öi will leave in the DVD player and the hp cdwriter
>and the two floppys the 1.44 and the 120meg..if thats ok????
I would disconnect all drives not required to install Windows.
>2-Then i will remove the jumper to off for the keyboard on funition.
That jumper has never caused a problem with any computer Iíve worked on.
>Reboot again and set the bios start with load setup defaults,then set
>the ram to sdram (fast),cpu host clock to (100\33),PUP os installed (yes),
>resources controlled by (auto),assign irq for usb(enable),Init display
>first to (pci slot),on chip usb(enable)Hard drive primary master(auto)
I would not do anything to the CMOS that has just been cleared, until after Windows is installed, accept disable all motherboard resources not required to install Windows. Think of motherboard resources as more expansion boards because in reality that it in essence is what they are. Disable USB in two places.
>5-I will start with my video card it is a pci it will be in slot one.
>8-then will take out the pci video card and install the xpert 2000 agp
>card reboot and set the bios to int display first to agp.
>then load video drivers......then shut down.
I would not do this. I would start with the AGP adapter.