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Installing Windows 2000 Pro/Server on XP machine 6 post • Page:1 of 1 All times are UTC Board index Spam Report TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Thursday, October 08, 2009 12:41 AM 1 Sign in to vote I have a 32 Vista Home Basic, Gateway LTE3114u netbook AMD Athlon 64 processor and I am getting this same if your not gonna actually try to help don't post that your having the same problem... So I'm this Windows install problem was definitely due to a bad RAM chip. http://nuvisiongraphx.com/problem-installing/problem-installing-sp2-in-a-pcchips-m925-mobo.html

The "upgrade" install of Win7 does indeed grab allllll the files/folders/directories of the previous XP install...and stuffs them into the windows.old folder. I have tried numerous times to do it with just the keyboard... I bought a 350 watt power supply and currently running with it, I also tried hooking everything up outside the case, no change.I’m convinced that there is something wrong with the Friday, December 18, 2009 4:34 PM 0 Sign in to vote You may also want to try disabling your anything associated with your floppy drive in BIOS this helped along http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/111484-30-asus-a7v133-problems

Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. there are many versions of agpgart, at the time, with my testing only one of them worked(i tried about 4 different ones), and that is the one included with xfree86 3.3.6 After this set I got a Blue Screen with Inaccessable_Boot_Drive error. During - Hide quoted text -- Show quoted text -Quote:>> this time your screen may flicker for a few seconds" >> The blue progress bar gets to approx halfway, stays there

  1. This system is all new except for the DVD Burner (Toshiba/Samsung) and the RAM. (DDR2, 4GB, 667 FSB).
  2. GLE [1392]^M2009-02-09 17:44:28, Info       [0x0600ae] IBS    ApplyWIMCallback: Retrying on file [C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-mulanttsvoiceenudsk_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7000.0_none_7fe56affdfc4cd08\M1033DSK.UNT] GLE is [1392]^M2009-02-09 17:44:28, Warning    [0x0600af] IBS    ApplyWIMCallback: [UncompressFileToHandle:(831) -> file corrupted in block
  3. Use the driver on the ASUS CDROM that shipped with your motherboard.
  4. I need to get rid of the Fujistui because it is not my HDD (borrowed it off a friend).
  5. All in vain.

Reply With Quote 01-28-11,07:40 PM #31 Sava700 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Ohh Hell yeah.. I don't know the same things you don't know. Next by Date: Re: sendmail statistics(sendmail.st) not working ? Monday, October 26, 2009 7:22 PM 0 Sign in to vote Boot to the System Recovery Options Click Command Prompt Type in CHKDSK /r and hit Enter Once completed, type EXIT and

I have tried the Promise drivers (Build 22 & 33). I know the floppy solution is not for everyone, but for those who have floppy it is really quick and easy way to get around the annoying 'error code 5' problem. The fact I was doubting the method Wesku described was also the time consuming installation of Vista and just to immediately get rid of them (not to mention the availability of https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/asus-a7v133-problem-installing-windows-2000-98se-dual-boot-on-raid-controllers-need-quick-help.495376/ Allow me to add a couple of notes after reading all posts on this topic.

In Smart BootManager I chose the 'CDROM' option by pressing Enter three times(?) and then I got the 'Press any key to boot from CD...' message. 5) Pressed space and Win7 After rebooting it gave me the same error messages. This will take several minutes. The Solution is to choose the upgrade option and it will run and install perfectly which will run without any prompts from you including putting in the serial number which is

What didn't work: - I burned the DVD to another type of media with slower speed (DVD-R and DVD+R). http://hardware.programming4.us/forums/t/15180.aspx Moreover, I'm pretty sure, he would find old user folders in Users and software in Program Files, so I think it's pretty much BS. Reply With Quote 08-11-10,02:17 PM #24 Wesku View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Aug 2010 Posts 4 Workaround with Smart BootManager Originally Posted by Wesku Regardless of your choice it will work like Napster except faster with no gargage software you have to install.

How it worked: 1) I downloaded sbminst.exe from http://sourceforge.net/projects/btmgr/files/ to C:\temp 2) I inserted an empty floppy disk to A: 3) At command prompt I gave the following command: C:\Temp>sbminst -d http://nuvisiongraphx.com/problem-installing/problem-installing-vista-windows-could-not-determine-if-this-computer-contains.html I would have gone for the Smart Boot Manager, but the link (http://rescup.winbuilder.net/bootdisk/) that was given in a previous post is not working I would need a working link to the I hate having to be so minutely specific for some of these responses. Play it safe, shut down your PC and disconnect all USB devices (except the keyboard / mouse, they do not need to be disconnected).6.

I know this may not be an option for you but it did get rid of the problem I had and my system has been working very well up to now Reply With Quote 08-11-10,08:10 PM #26 YeOldeStonecat View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Moderator Join Date Jan 2001 Location Somewhere along the shoreline in New England Posts 50,686 Yeah With the DVD out of the drive, setup used the contents of the USB drive to perform the installation (albeit slowly since the computer only has built-in USB1.1 ports), and I useful reference Ask !

I want to do a clean install of Windows 7 Pro 64bit. I tried an older 1.2 Gig Maxtor hard drive and reformatted and performed a clean install,I removed both PCI boards, (modem and Sound blaster), I then changed to an older AGP etc… etc… Each time doing a clean install on a formatted hard drive.

Press escape, choose Save / Exit.5.

I've stripped my system down to a minimum configuration, as follows (to try and get round the problem, but it's still there): Motherboard: A7V133 (Ver. 1005A 06/06/2001) CPU: AMD 850Mhz Thunderbird Thursday, January 15, 2009 7:59 PM 0 Sign in to vote thanks but this DVD worked on my brothers computer so i dont think thats the problem. I should add the Promise ATA100 controller is RAID0 disabled and WME installs happily with this configuration and with UDMA5 enabled on the HDD too. (this is how I'm connecting right Are you installing this using the DVD image or via server deployment?

Asuz PS5K mother board, Pentium Quad core, 2.66 Ghz each core, 4GB Memoery, 1066Mhz, and 2 hardrives, one is 200GB the other 150GB. When it asks for the serial number just hit the enter key. When it comes to entering the Product Key and such use the TAB + Keys to enter information.  Tuesday, October 27, 2009 4:36 AM 0 Sign in to vote I haven't http://nuvisiongraphx.com/problem-installing/problem-installing-windows-xp-a-real-challenge.html I am not an expert and could not understand some of the messages people trying to help sent so I decided to go for the 'brain surgery' solution as I needed

Are u doing a clean install or an upgrade? Still didn't work for me... without dangerous animals/snakes/insects/spiders ? The system has >halted". >> Has anyone had a similar problem?

Join the community here. By Sava700 in forum Software Forum Replies: 53 Last Post: 03-05-08, 07:42 PM wifi keeps turning on and offf By Masenko in forum Wireless Networks & Routers Replies: 2 Last Post: Hey presto - a clean install with no problems. It does that so you can retrieve your documents pictures etc from the XP install if you want to.

I understand that Seagate has released a driver to allow full use of the entire disc, however it's difficult to do that without having any operating system on the computer. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Blogs Gallery Album Gallery Picture Gallery SG Main Advanced Search Forum General I hooked up a 8 gig drive to the primary IDE controller and installed Windows 2000 normally. It would be a lot easier without all of the folder mess.

I tried multiple .ISO downloads and multiple DVD media types all with same results. Nice setup but that set up is going to demand some power. Copyright © 1999-2016, Speed Guide, Inc. [Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index] Re: problem installing i810 motherboard To: [email protected] Subject: Re: problem installing i810 motherboard From: [email protected] So pretty clearly not an issue of the install media or, in my case, the system drive drivers.Per recommendation in this thread, I unplugged all the USB components and tried again.

Is it the ATI card?