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The message said that there was no hard drive installed on the computer but there is an 80 GB drive in this laptop. Basically you want to identify and access your main hard drive, and boot.ini should be on the root of that drive. Please wait, since this may take a while... Did you add any new Hardware to your computer, mainly a new Video Card, or Harddrive, or CD/DVD rom/writer of some sort?

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? the MS FAQ I mentioned before said that sometimes bad RAM can cause this inability to copy files during setup. With HAL.dll in the way, developers must rewrite or even abandon their older software in favor of newer, HAL-compatible versions. Ensure that the location >>> specified >>> below is correct, or change it and insert 'Windows XP Service Pack 2 >>> Source >>> Files' in the drive you specify." >>> >>>

Do NOT change hal.dll Some OEM CDs have those files uncompressed. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... So I go to load XP.

Claymore said: ↑ you can change the controller settings in the BIOS. Could this be a problem? For the Harddrive, did you replace one or add one? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/cannot-install-file.946422/ Fingerprints on the CD.3.

I had to replace the ntoskrnl.exe and ntkrnlpa.exe files with the single processor versions for it to boot, and the system then was only using one core from the Pentium D The time now is 12:14 PM. © PC Perspective 2000 - Present PC Perspective Top Powered by vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Reply With Quote 08-10-2003,12:15 AM #13 Sick Willie View Profile View Forum Posts Classic Misanthropist Joined Nov 2001 Location I've moved.....I'm over here now. If you are going to open your mouth, make sure you know what you are talking about.

These can cause issues so here's how to remove them. That's what I was afraid it was Korast. Sigma4 replied Nov 10, 2016 at 11:00 AM Old Dell 8200 PC outputting... 3DMonkey replied Nov 10, 2016 at 10:58 AM Make Four Words cwwozniak replied Nov 10, 2016 at 10:53 Where it becomes illegal is when you SELL or DISTRIBUTE those copies.

During installation file copy (boot from the CD still), it says it cannot copy certain files (hid.dll, ntkrnlpa.exe, etc.). Get More Info Go through each category in Device Manager and remove each "ghost" by right clicking, then click Uninstall. If you are not successful after several tries,quit Setup. PC Perspective Home Reviews News Forums Podcast HW Leaderboard SSD Decoder Graphics Cards Motherboards Cases/Cooling Processors Chipsets Memory Displays Systems Storage Mobile Shows/Expos User Name: Password: Remember Me?

Latest: jtvang125, Nov 10, 2016 at 11:14 AM Politics and News What The [email protected]@@ Do They Want.....Exactly? Tried NTFS, Tried FAT32. Ent, Aug 29, 2010 #6 mwredt Thread Starter Joined: Mar 21, 2005 Messages: 577 I do have an XP Home Edition disk. http://rss4medics.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-copy-file-csv-xs.php You may want to make sure those devices you use frequently are connected.

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I replaced that file with one that was 103 kb but that didn't make the computer boot up. To determine this: Start | Run | (type in) winver | OK -- ~PA Bear sherylandwayne wrote: > I did a format and clean install. > > Does SP1 Automatically load Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Once you can access the hard drive with the XP disk (Or if you have a Vista/Win 7 disk you can use), you can follow the steps in the next post

These ghost drivers will show if you boot to Safe Mode and check the Device Manager. (Click View | Show hidden devices). If you build your install CD using only the first ("normal") i386 folder, Windows will complain during installation that this file is missing, and at reboot, you get the message described If you are not successful after several tries,quit Setup. this page O JavaScript não está habilitado em seu navegador.

How to Edit the BOOT.INI File in Windows XP This user had 1 hard drive, partitioned into C and D drives. How To Slipstream SATA Drivers Into XP CD If you have a floppy disk, you can provide the drivers on a floppy, see the first part of this guide: How Do Oddly enough this loaded fine. PC sigs are for those with PC envy dissorder.

If so, you'll likely get the same message if you press Enter; you need a disk with the SATA drivers slipstreamed in, or XP Setup can't see the hard drive. myers78 posted Jul 3, 2015 ADMT 3.2 Source domain access issue stives1974 posted May 6, 2015 Loading... No love. User Name Remember Me?

Or we can set the Device Manager to show them in Normal mode: Go to Control Panel | System Click the Advanced tab, then click the Environment Variables button Under the I'm getting an error message stating: "Setup cannot copy the file savedump.exe. It should be possible to use a Linux Live Disk to edit that file. Register a new account Sign in Already have an account?

Amazingly, XP booted up. Amazing stuff. Oddly enough this loaded fine.