Goal: Create a server running Windows for all my file sharing, PVR (which has no decent Linux software), CD Burning, and remote desktop needs. System: Via MicroATX Motherboard (Compaq) PIII 500MHz w/ no fan 1 BIG Case Fan near the processor 1 14GB HD 1 30GB HD 1 Yamaha-brand 40x/24x CDRW 1 Wireless Ethernet card (for upstairs wireless network) 1 Ethernet Card (for downstairs network) 1 Leadtek WinFast PVR Card 1 COMPAQ-brand Case First problem - Case's power supply broke. Didn't exactly stop working, the plug that the power cord connects to just broke off and retreated into the bowls of the power supply. Since micro-ATX cases are incredibly cheap, and this thing isn't made for spiffiness, I bought a new one for $20 with shipping. Second problem - Both cases were a pain and took me 2 days to figure out. Third problem - Installed XP Pro, got the wireless up and working. After a reboot, it decided that the card had to be reinstalled. Then when booting up after the XP logo, it gave a quick blue screen (memory dump probably) then rebooted the computer. Safe Mode wouldn't let me uninstall the drivers because "They were required for booting". Fourth problem - OK, so maybe XP wasn't the way to go. This isn't suppose to be a super computer, and I don't have a working W98SE computer, so I decided to put W98SE on it. Everything worked fine, except when I installed the Realtek Utilities it couldn't find the wireless network no matter how many times I rebooted. Seems the software doesn't like W98SE, since XP found the network no problem with an "Excellent" signal. Now I'm on step #5, reinstalling XP. What will happen next?