Would really like to use my new computer Post a reply Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Installing XP CHKDSK /F ? There are a few options that you can try, depending on how the manufacturer packed the files. At this point you can burn the ISO image to a CD, and then start your XP installation process. Select the Compatibility tab. Check This Out
I will create a new Installation CD with the procedure that you explained. Check to makes sure any new hardware or software is properly installed. I have a little support company in Zimbabwe and the amount of clients that ask me to downgrade their laptops to XP. Use the following steps to change the compatibility mode: Solution: Browse to the install directory.
At some stage in the installation sequence you need to insert a floppy disk with the SATA drivers on it and install from there.This is the guidance I found on Google Hopefully people wil be able to work it out anyway, but your contribution will prove invaluable I'm sure, especially for anyone tackling a windows 2003 install. Thank you very very much. I am still having driver problems though.
Does anybody have any advice. If this method didnt work, then I would have tried norton ghost with the wrong image, just to see if I can make the hard drive readable to windows. Make sure they are in the root directory i.e. Windows 7 Thanks lot!
Reply Report Brian- Jul 11, 2013 11:46PM I used the steps below and it worked!!! Windows Installer Cleanup Utility Using nLite, select the iastor.inf driver. Not saying that your guide its useless, just giving you guys more options, this one saves you like 10x the time. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-611789-windows-xp-2-install-in-blue-screen-error Here's the list of files that Winimage can handle, which is quite a lot.
A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. ... Windows 10 Worked wonderfully; using nLite, I was even able to strip out the HP Restore Plus! I again wanted to reinstall XP but now it started showing me this blue screen (STOP ERROR). Wish I would have googled this error message 6 hours ago!!!
The reason I ask this is because, I added the drivers that I thought were correct ( after following the instructions from above ) using nLite. You have to already have it in IDE mode when you install the OS. Microsoft Office 2010 Installer If it doesn't, it can be the controller on the motherboard which is a much bigger problem, requiring a tech-shop. –harrymc Nov 22 '10 at 7:13 add a comment| up vote Windows Xp Service Pack 3 sorry for the trouble guys but if anyone can help me find drivers for my laptop I'd appreciate it.
I appreciate it. his comment is here I was using windows xp all along though my laptop is windows vista capable. share|improve this answer answered Sep 29 '14 at 16:18 fullmooninu 1147 add a comment| up vote -1 down vote Blue screens are very often linked to memory problems. (they can be It says this:A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. .net Framework
February 4, 2008 Doror @Grateway I seem to have the same chipset as you do on my Amilo notebook. I have a brand new disk drive installed without any OS. What do i need to do to make it normal size? this contact form xp has found the driver, but its just not working.
Overview Search Search Advanced Search Search terms Screen Reader users press enter to Limit by product. Filehippo This is due to the fact that XP does not have a driver for your storage controller. February 20, 2008 LiderBoss Need Help!
Floppy Disk drive. (it's not connected) SATA DVD drive 15" monitor, keyboard, optical mouse. Copy your XP or Win2000 or Win2003 image files from your disk to a local folder on your Hard drive. 13. Thanks! I've followed the steps but for some reason once I've selected the drivers the mode shows TXT and not PNP as in your tutorial this is the only part that differs
If its a hardware problem shouldn't it affect my computer for all OSes? –claws Nov 22 '10 at 2:21 Do you mean Ubuntu live CD? Well anyway after seven days of dicking around, I finally got XP installed on my MT6223B (MA7). Technical Information: Stop: 00x000000CA (0X00000001, 0X826E0798, 0X826E058, 0X00000000) I did little bit of Googling and found that I need to change the drive configuration from AHCP to IDE (or something like http://discusswire.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-error-0x00000008-patch-microsoft.html Immediately when power is back my Windows XP was not letting me login but it was rebooting continuously without showing me the login screen.
Is the Set designed properly? Cheers.. Make sure the electrical power source is reliable when flashing a BIOS. share|improve this answer answered Mar 30 '12 at 13:48 Troy 211 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Two solutions come to mind: using sata drivers The drivers for sata