I also could get it > to work by copying the i386 folder of the cd to our > server and back to the workstations HDD and installing it > from Already have an account? I had tried using the UBCD, tried other versions of Windows OS, all with no success. Download the DVD Drive driver but it can't find the target drive even after i typed the drive letter on the directory.(Using LG btw)5. get redirected here
I am having the same issue. Now, I had to do this becouse of a virus (?). With XP, actually got to the gui and it still wanted files so that install was toast. The closest we have gotten is within 18 minutes of being finished.
Last edited: Jun 15, 2016 May 27, 2016 #15 szemmel TS Rookie I have the same problem, I tried to install XP with various CD-s and versions, but it didn't work. Installing Ubuntu will overwrite Windows on your 'C' drive, so it's worth trying as it's free, and only takes 20 minutes to do.Click to expand... Removed one of the original 128 RAM memory cards and as if by majic a result XP fully loaded. It was a little slow but no arguments from the install.
Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and I hope that this will help you. Once with NTFS and then with fat32. Alberto.
Couldn't sign you in, please try again. I have no idea what the deal is but I have > had this same problem on about 150 machines ranging from > 1-3 years old and having LG drives. > Remember that XP goes to SP3 and there are loads of updates after that. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1901146/install-copy-files.html A web search led me to a Microsoft KB article that talked about the same problem when installing drivers in a Windows Server 2008 cluster environment.
I had a look through the advanced section and found that there had been a frequency mismatch, and my cpu frequency was now set (manually) to 100/33 (before it was 133/33 http://www.hardwareanalysis.com/content/topic/30558/ Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Thanks JB Reply With Quote December 28th, 2004,03:08 AM #2 insanityfell View Profile View Forum Posts BNL ROCKS!!! If you dont know anybody that can help, only the first few options are open to you, and if you have no working OS on the PC now, that complicates matters
add a comment| 5 Answers 5 active oldest votes up vote 2 down vote If you can't install an OS from scratch either: the installation media is bad the DVD drive Get More Info So I thought why not refresh HDD with new xp intallation cause could not open any of my xcell and word files. Because you need to clear the HDD via a complete reformat, then try to install Windows. Most of the time it is the blue screen of death, but other errors have occured as well.This is getting very frustrating and I'm at a lost of what to do.The
I recently started having problems with the system shutting down, continuous automatic reboots, Blue screen etc. I was using a script that executes RUNDLL32 PRINTUI.DLL,PrintUIEntry to perform the install. Of course XP is not supported now, nor Vista, so it's better to move on to 7 or 8 if you don't get 10 to work with your PC. useful reference Gets to 100% nicely.
Thank you figuring it out and sharing. I have three copies of XP, I tested them on another system and they install fine so that rules out a corrupt disk. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.
Any tips or info would be greatly appreciated.Thanks,Adam 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Cartoonite 0 Wonderland Wanderer 0 444 posts December 9, 2004 Posted Unfortunatley XP does not let you do this, and there are no similar instructions... Well, 2 questions. Register a new account Sign in Already have an account?
I format the partition. Tks for any info ! Well this is when it always crashes. this page I have always learned ;'the hard way' with computers and the discovery that I could insert files by just switching between XP disks during an install was quite a surprise to
I suppose I could e-mail them to find out. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites iWindoze 0 0 111 posts June 8, 2005 Posted September Yet it had all kinds of viruseson it? Based on what you've posted here, I'm not sure why you've drawn this conclusion.You said you are able to get Win98 installed, have you tried running scandisk or any similar utility I checked the length of my file path and it exceeded 128 characters.
Thanks for the advice! Asus P4C800 >> with Intel P4 3.0Ghz and other stuff. I also have LG lightscribe optical drive, will try later with Asus only and let you guys know, but my question is this how do you know if RAM is good I like to use NTFS whenever I can though.
http://www.ubcd4win.com/ By the way, you really ought to look into how you install XP on a SATA drive.