Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? since broker, just ahck at it learn lot, use above ideas in any way you want, there jsut examples of stuff that might help, do as little as possible to not you over - In the future I would try a restore point first.... Though the copy of Vista might. check over here
Or could it be that you increased the timing of your RAM? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: Win XP setup problem/a question first by Stan Chambers / July 30, 2004 10:34 AM PDT In reply to: Re: Win XP I can try and copy the executable over to the windows directory through the recovery console but I don't imagine that it will run in the recovery console.... Regards, Chris Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Windows XP Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Center For Disease Control Security News / Warnings
This will usually let you get by the XP problem. If your using an onboard Promise comtroller i would switch to the standard IDE and leave it by itself and CD on secondary IDE. I erased and reformatted it using the follwing command : " format c: \q\u ". did it come with a different system (HP, Comapq, etc)?
Is there a way for me to disable all the non-essential drivers in recovery console in hopes of completing the windows repair process? You have a laptop, so presumably, apart from replacements, there are no expansions. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. rita are you using machine now on internet & installed second hdd, then its prob defective or do above clear inst.eventually something will have to break.drasher thomasxstewartAug 29, 2009, 1:57 PM
Good luck, John. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites mofirouz 0 0 4 posts March 30, 2009 Posted April 1, 2009 John,No worries mate, i don't underestimate complete disassembly, freeze & reassemble just cpu, stick memoru, One master hdd, key & mouse & monitor. Ask ! I found nothing, other that what I talked about, that might cause your problem.
It will partition and format for you. My two inputs. After installation completes I will put everything back in and pray to god it still works. Yes, the bios does detect it correcty.
I enter the product key and it goes through the installation (I just click cancel on the "SISAGP.SYS" pop-up error and it continues) up until the "13 minutes left - registering Pain in the butt, but once you get it all, its great. Do you think the problem will continue? 0 #6 Murray S. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? check my blog It never promped me for a CD key. Please help. Trusted Tech Member 4,513 posts Howdy and welcome to GTG: This OEM cd you used..
Only reason I have seen for it to fail completely a time or two is when SP2 is in there and a pice of spyware called TV-Media is there You'r lucky I really apperciate it! bad install might be anything from something like moving mouse or unpluging external item while installing, to just bad luck on that attempt. this content More Boy Scout troupe than Legal Justice.however, family Demands Prosecution & Coroner is willing to testify its' Homicide.
MANY OLDER BRAND NAME ONLY USED 200 MB FOOTPRINT IN RECENT XP PRO, EVEN DVD MACHINES,as equipment all scrap value.]rEMEBER. Jojo View Public Profile Send a private message to Jojo Find More Posts by Jojo Elizabeth23 Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2012 Location: Florida Posts: 3,212 6th July Check cabling, jumpers, etc.
If XP is new to this one, my first thought is that it has encountered a hardware issue that it cannot handle and this can cause it to hang. Always gets hung up on this step. Could a moderator please move the message if appropriate? This is when I took some bad advise which I now regret.
Jojo View Public Profile Send a private message to Jojo Find More Posts by Jojo nicxcin Junior Member Join Date: Jul 2014 Posts: 3 5th by R. I think the problem could be in the configuration of your computer. have a peek at these guys reset cmos is another possibliity.
It then started setup and everything went fine until the "registering components" part. XP is very particular about your add ons. that maybe be problem, hdd isn't actually recoginized, Look inside bios, if no hdd is listed or size your working with, check master/slave jumper on hdd, if its right hdd is In my post I've stated that I can't get windows to boot now as I've started the windows repair.
Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Windows XP Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Drivers by Category BIOS/Motherboard Drivers CD-ROM/CDR(-W)/DVD Drivers Digital Imaging Internet It just means the XP Setup is not able to find it. Before making any adjustments, you should make a note of what the current BIOS settings are so you can change them back when you are finished. I don't think you should need to include drivers for your graphic card, but it is worth a try.
I pulled and swapped out every last piece of hardware on the machine. BonitaSZAug 29, 2009, 3:13 AM PHEW!!! To be more precised, one of the services/packages REMOVED (lookup the session.ini file i posted earlier) has something to do with this problem....I hope this clarified some stuff...Again, thanks for the remember you might not want to put new hdd in, its sure to cost you or inconviewnce you, rally more about computer, if its old work bit here & there, learn
Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. If you think it was something in the Remove Components, Tweaks, or Options, then quit using these steps and only integrate SP3 and run Unattended. Here are some general purpose instructions that should get you going: If you are seeing a message(s) like this: Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your computer. Reply With Quote 01-11-2004,08:28 PM #7 OS-Wiz View Profile View Forum Posts Old School OCer Join Date Dec 2001 Location St.
Computer would restart and loop would continue.