Rules Posts consisting only of a title/link will be deleted. Retro73 likes this Back to top #39 JePe JePe Members 1 posts Indonesia Posted 26 October 2013 - 04:42 AM I have tried by use of two programs, but always On most systems you will need to click any key on your keyboard to get it to boot from the CD. I copied an existing windows xp installation directly to the drive. http://rss4medics.com/windows-xp/setup-cannot-find-the-end-user-licensing-agreement-windows-xp.php
And arch at RockRidge. Private messages and other services are unsafe as they cannot be monitored. I tried 0x82 which made the PC restarting forever.
Somehow I don't believe that will work. I'm looking at you, ArchLinux! There aren't any settings for "I prefer NTFS over FAT32 by default" or "I prefer MS-DOS over FreeDOS", and I'm not planning to add any, because I plan to keep the Windows Xp Eula Download Easy eh?
Admittedly I don't know how to setup/run DebugView to get you a log. Setup Cannot Find The End-user License Agreement (eula). Setup Will Not Continue. You might need to enable display of system files or hidden files in Windows Explorer to see the boot.ini file. At least with XP_SP3, The same ISO installed with Rufus 1.2.0 appears to work alright, so it looks like v1.3.0 did add a regression with the XP install process... http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-windows_install/setup-cant-find-end-user-licensing-agreement-eula/745d0016-b6c6-40d1-8018-a7dc33858caf But after careful examination of the driver files I do not find any 'EULA.TXT' or references to it - so in my case nothing to remove!?But the craziest is this: I
The sentence, exactly as stated conveys instead (or at least it was written to the scope of conveying instead) how the only reason why I won't use it is because of Eulacomplete="1" please don't spend time you could be devoting to Rufus on (albeit logical and kind) efforts to help me through the internet to debug my case! And as for having XP reformat it that is not possible because the point the instalation sticks is just before that comes up.With regards:Just curious...how did you ascertain that your hard Either you want Rufus to check for updates on each computer you run it, or don't, in which case it's a simple one time click per device (or not even that
I may have installed it through shift-f10 just after the beginning of windows 7 install... view publisher site So they give simple, and what may seem as redundant, or uselesss, solutions, along with the more complex ones. Setup Cannot Find The End User Licensing Agreement Eula Xp Usb It would appear that by running the setup past the EULA prompt on another host allows for the setup to continue when re-run on the original host, without the EULA prompt. Windows Xp Eula Missing Fix in answer to your questions, I'm confident in my XP disc since it's the one I have been using since the computer I bought in like 2006.
I'm looking at you, ArchLinux!File system ISO9660 with Rock Ridge extension is very common at *nix world.A uppercase ISO9660 and mixed case Rock Ridge is normal at a *nix CD.A mixed http://rss4medics.com/windows-xp/setup-cannot-find-the-end-user-licensing-agreement-server-2003.php I guess that you have checked the HDD with the manufacturers diagnostic software? (It sounds like you are way ahead of me on this one !!!) Andy 0 Back to top Also you may try trial version of Power ISO to create a bootable USB. Since Rufus doesn't come with an installer, and doesn't create an entry in the start menu, I fully expect Rufus users to move the executable around. Eula Missing Windows Xp Usb
Does anyone have any idea how to by-pass this error? Therefore, if your ISO doesn't comply with ISO9660, don't count on Rufus to support it... To set up Windows XP now, press ENTER. useful reference First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone.
Now that it is clear that the tool is primarily intended for novice users, my pride won't allow to lower my level and use the app, so everything is fine and How To Install Xp From Usb However, at the screen where it asks whether or not you want to install or repair windows, I click ENTER to install, but the next screen says "cannot find End User Login.
There exist a directory EFI at ISO9660. Jump to content Forum Downloads Tutorials More Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic ForumMembersHelp Files Downloads Tutorials reboot.pro → Boot methods & tools → Boot from WELL I KNOW U ON GSMHOSTING FROM VOLCANO. Rufus Windows Xp maybe i changed something?
Back to top #34 acmicpc acmicpc Members 3 posts India Posted 09 October 2013 - 05:57 PM Your question 1 ) I could not understand it properly.I had a XP this is not the same as the first repair off which is to drop to repair command prompt, but later after choosing to install windows and finding an existing installation, the Otherwise, it's always possible that Rufus could add some patching for specific hardware configurations, but unless we can get some idea of what the issue is, it'll be difficult to accomplish. this page Log file attached.
Back to top Page 1 of 9 1 2 3 Next » Back to USB Drive Format Utilities 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users So once again if you had followed the second method of formatting the HDD given in that article then you would have solved your problem. You have no reasons to be saddened . Take the harddisk out of the computer, put it as second disk into another computer and edit the boot.ini file on it.
All my previous installations on the old computer were also done with PM and FAT32. While I am not seeing any EULA issue (it's most likely environmental), I am seeing the GUI setup complaining about missing files from the SP3 (or SP2) CD. The install CD contains the EULA, the CD you made for the Recovery Console does not. Does libcdio search a lower case name efi?
The OS is XP PRO SP2 french. Article by: ☠ MASQ ☠ Can I legally transfer my OEM version of Windows to another PC? (AKA - Can I put a new systemboard in my OEM PC?) Few of Partition Magic and FAT32 have never before given me any trouble when installing XP-Pro. Boot with CD and run setup.