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Q: Reinstalling Windows Problem

Right heres the problem - I've been trying to reinstall windows xp sp2 on my SATA drive for the last 2 days and its not working. It either stops at 34 minutes or it will go past that and to about 15 minutes then ill get a blue screen of death. I'm a bit stumped because i've done this before so i dont know what i've done differently - except that was a PATA drive. It's driving me nuts so any thoughts or advice anybody could give me would be greatly appreciated!

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A: Reinstalling Windows Problem

Reset CMOS settings to default
And possibly run Memtest on your Ram

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/reinstalling-windows-problem.112849/
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While trying to reinstall vista I get an error saying:

To install the device driver needed to access your hard drive, insert the installation media containing the driver files, and then click OK.

Note: The installation media can be a floppy disk, CD, DVD, or USB flash drive.

I get the same error while trying to install Windows 7. Oh also when I install xp it doesn't recognize 170GB of my harddisk. Its there in disk management but cant see it my computer. So every time I install xp I have to format that 170 GB..

How can I solve this problem?

Thanks for help.
 

A:Problem reinstalling VISTA & problem installing Windows 7

anyone ????
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/problem-reinstalling-vista-problem-installing-windows-7.829347/
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A:problem with reinstalling windows xp

Also, he has XP with Service Pack 3 if that is helpful or necessary

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/problem-with-reinstalling-windows-xp-685564.html
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A:Problem Reinstalling Windows XP

are you trying to upgrade or do a clean install?
If clean install then just boot from the CD instead and you shouldn't have problems with temp files.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/problem-reinstalling-windows-xp.446041/
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I read somewhere that there is a problem reinstalling windows if you had installed Windows 8 from a CD and then upgraded to Windows 8.1 from the Windows store (which i did)...is this true?

Is there anything i can do??

A:Problem reinstalling Windows 8

Originally Posted by Johnd76


so i went to "update and recovery" and selected reinstall Windows, it said there was missing files and i needed my Windows CD (Windows 8 Pro CD), so i insert the CD and a message, cant exactly remember what the message says but its basically saying its the wrong media!



If you don't have an OEM PC that came with Windows 8 preinstalled and you updated Windows 8 to Windows 8.1, then when you refresh or reset Windows, it will reinstall Windows 8.1, but only if you have Windows 8.1 USB/DVD installation media.

Note: You must insert Windows 8.1 USB/DVD installation media.

If you don't insert any installation media or if you insert Windows 8 USB/DVD installation media, then you receive the following error message (see screenshot below).

edit:

Create installation media for Windows 8.1

Take a look at this post: link

http://www.eightforums.com/installation-setup/43386-problem-reinstalling-windows-8-a.html
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A:problem with reinstalling windows 7

What speed did you burn the DVD at?

http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/110836-problem-reinstalling-windows-7-a.html
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A:Problem with reinstalling Windows XP

This sounds like the media you have is corrupt? What are you using to re-isntall windows from? Is this a home built machine or shop bought?

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/problem-with-reinstalling-windows-xp-448101.html
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A:problem reinstalling windows xp

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822796I would check the disk/CD first...then move on to system components.Louis

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/227761/problem-reinstalling-windows-xp/
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A:Reinstalling Windows Problem

Sounds like you are installing on SATA drive, there is an additional step:

http://xphelpandsupport.mvps.org/how_do_i_install_windows_xp_on_a.htm
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/reinstalling-windows-problem.651546/
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A:Reinstalling windows 7 problem

Can I ask for a link and a description of where you downloaded this Windows 7 Installer.

Also is there a recovery disk that came with your PC, or a piece of software on there that will create it for you? if so those recover the OS and basic drivers that came with the computer and I recommend using that disk to reinstall the OS. I have done exactly that on other computers in the past.

http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/251088-reinstalling-windows-7-problem.html
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Thanks
 

A:Reinstalling windows xp problem

it's not possible to install XP system on C drive from the files that are in C. you have to make a copy on the CD or flash drive and boot up from there.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/reinstalling-windows-xp-problem.1034393/
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A:Problem reinstalling Windows XP

Could be a faulty piece of hardware or the BIOS settings are off. Is anything overclocked?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/problem-reinstalling-windows-xp.38130/
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A:Problem reinstalling windows XP help please

I tried to reinstall again here is the message I receive.

Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed on your computer.

Make sure any hard disk drives are powered on and properly connected to your computer and that any disk related hardware configuration is correct this may include running a manufacture supplied diognostic or setup program.

Setup cannot continue to quit setup press F3.

I then press F3 and the computer reboots into windows.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/problem-reinstalling-windows-xp-help-please.694197/
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A:Problem reinstalling Windows XP

barcar1 said:

My hard drive crashed last week leaving a message on a black screen 'disk read error'.

I contacted tech support and they said that the hard drive might be bad and that I should try reformating it with the Windows XP disk.

I tried reinstalling Win XP. The first time I reformated the disk, it took several hours, but the program would not install. The second time, it also took several hours and I got a complex message about some problems. A short version of the highlights of the info is included below.

KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR

Technical info:

STOP: 0x0000007A (0xE10226D4, 0xC000009C, 0xBF9A5046, 0x02CE8860)

Physical memory dumped.

I have two questions: Should I simply try one more time to reinstall Win XP?
Is it possible to reformat the hard drive in DOS mode resulting in any bad sectors being isolated as unusable but the rest of the drive space being formated as usable?

sorry this is so confusing. Hope it makes sense to someone...

barcar1

Computer: Dell Dimension 4400Click to expand...

Disconnect everything in your computer except the CD-ROM the hard drive and the video card (i.e., disconnect the other drives and or devices and take out any add in cards). Try installing again, but don't format the drive or use quick format.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/problem-reinstalling-windows-xp.486372/
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A:Problem Reinstalling Windows Xp

Does it get to the stage where it copies over files? Normally, it does this right after the format.It looks like this.... http://www.tweakhound.com/xp/installxp/install_8.gifAfter that, your system will reboot and you should ensure that the install CD is not left in the CD drive.At least that's what I remember....What type of hard disk did you install?

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/63766/problem-reinstalling-windows-xp/
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A:Problem reinstalling Windows XP

It's very possible that your XP CD is damaged or dirty. Have you tried cleaning the CD? Or, can you borrow someone else's CD?

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/problem-reinstalling-windows-xp-100735.html
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A:reinstalling Windows 2000 - problem

You should have done a repair not a reinstall of the OS.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/reinstalling-windows-2000-problem.244361/
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A:Problem reinstalling Windows 7 (ended up with two of them, both bad!)

Hi Rogman,

The above issue might occur if your system was shipped with RAID or Intel Rapid Storage Technology option enabled. Please share the exact system model in use. If you are not sure about the system model, please share the Service Tag of system via Private Message (Click on my name and click Send a private message). I will look into the system details and inform you about further course of action.

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A:Having problem reinstalling windows vista

and welcome to the Forum

I would run diagnostics on the hard drive ( click here )

See this for how to make a bootable cd

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/having-problem-reinstalling-windows-vista-491584.html
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A:[SOLVED] Help Please! Problem reinstalling windows xp

Hello ,

what you need to do is get this program

follow link

(http://www.killdisk.com)

you will want to get the full free suite

install to a working computer & create a bootable cd

then stick into the cd rom / you will want to select the kill option in the toolbar

then wait for the process to compleat

then when done remove the disk & put in your restore cd & reboot

now this will compleatly wipe the drive and write it to zero's like new from the factory

so the restore process will have the added step of formating the drive wich will take a little longer

then you will have to use the cd that came with your restore set to install all your drivers (DO THIS BEFOR YOU DO ANYTHING ELSE TO YOUR SYSTEM )

then do a defrag & start installing all your software /antivirus /firewall ( if you use a 3rd party)/ spyware programs / then connect to the internet and do updates

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A:Strange Problem after reinstalling windows

Hi wtkwtk

XP reinstallations are a bit trickier than Win9x reinstalls, as you have discovered. Did you use your WinXP Pro CD to reinstall (it has to be the exact same version as that installed on your system = for example, don't use an OEM disk to repair a retail XP version, don't use a Home edition to repair a Pro edition, don't use a Pre-SP1 edition to repair an SP2 version, etc.). For a thorough explanation of the many things to watch for, along with links and explanations to help fix the rough spots of reinstalling XP, see Michael Steven's well-regarded pages --- http://www.michaelstevenstech.com/XPrepairinstall.htm

Note: all reinstallation procedures advise running thorough malware scans beforehand, as reinstalling does nothing to remove infections.

Stay up-to-date on your Critical Updates, too. Delaying these just leaves your system open to attack longer & increases your vulnerability.

If you decide to just start over, save your data (and scan that data for infections before restoring it later), and run a clean install. If your XP Pro disk is pre-Sp2, it can help to download SP2 beforehand - plus any recent-version drivers, and recent updates for your antivirus/antimalware programs. This might end up being the safer & quicker repair - especially if your system as it is now has malware infections corrupting files, and since your user profiles/Registry settings are a bit topsy turvy.

If you wish to save the current installation, you'll likely have to:
1) Scan thoroughly for malware, and follow removal procedures.
2) Get up-to-date on your Critical Patches & Service Packs again
3) Get your driver versions up-to-date
4) Reinstall your favorite programs under the new user profile created during your last XP-repair.
5) Move your personal data from the earlier user profile's "Documents and Settings" folders into your new user profile's "Documents and Settings" folders.
6) Run a Registry Cleaner to tidy up what is likely a messy Registry (CCleaner works well --- http://www.download.com/CCleaner/300...-10315544.html )

Best of luck
. . . Gary

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A:Formatting and reinstalling Windows XP problem

You need to delete the C partition, then create a new C partition, then format that new C partition in the NTFS file system(not the quick option), then install Windows XP in that partition.

If you read each window carefully that appears during the setup process, it'll tell which you which key to press to perform a specific function.

Here is a good pictorial guide to follow.

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Hopefully, you know the identity of the devices in that computer and have the Windows XP drivers available for them.

A hard drive format and clean install of Windows XP probably won't install the drivers for all the devices, so it's good to have them available before you start.

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http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;displaylang=enLouis

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A:Problem with reinstalling windows with a K8V-SE mother board

I am assuming your new hard drive is a SATA drive. what Asus is referring to is the sata drivers which shoud have come with your motherboard. usually they are on a floppy disk. if you dont have them you should be able to download them from Asus.
 

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Hello pkrplyr, welcome to Seven Forums!



You can use any version of Windows 7 and the info in this tutorial at the link below to create an 'all versions' installer that can be used to install "Windows 7 starter" to the netbook and use your key to activate.

Windows 7 Universal Installation Disc - Create

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A:Problem connecting to the internet after reinstalling windows Xp

Welcome to TSG!!

I guess the obvious question would be: Did you install all of the device drivers? Chipset, NIC, wireless NIC, etc.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/problem-connecting-to-the-internet-after-reinstalling-windows-xp.870100/
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A:Problem reinstalling Windows XP Home Edition SP3

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FAQ :: How do I reset my computer back to factory default state (System Recovery)? :: Support :: Toshiba :: Computers, Laptops/Notebooks, Tablets, Televisions, DVD and Blu-Ray Players, Camcorders, Storage, Accessories, and more

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EaseUS Partition Master - Free Partition Magic alternative, Partition Manager Software for Windows PC and Server

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A:After reinstalling Windows 7, problem with changing (single) user name

  
Quote: Originally Posted by hershmab


I had to reinstall W7 Pro X64 on my home PC to cure problems with sleep/hibernation.

After reinstalling, I found a single user account had been created named "DELL".

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Welcome Hershmab to the windows 7 forums.

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Rich

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A:Solved: Problem with excel files after reinstalling Windows

Did you reinstall her Office programs, i.e. Word, Excel and etc.?

NOTE: All programs were wipe out when you reinstalled Windows, so you will need to reinstall ALL of her programs.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-problem-with-excel-files-after-reinstalling-windows.1139921/
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http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/driverslist.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs
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A:[SOLVED] Graphics card problem after reinstalling Windows

Hi,

It would be easier to help you if we could see some system specs.
Please download Speccy System Information Tool and save it to somewhere convenient such as your desktop.
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A:Problem while reinstalling windows: CD ROM stop working after network installation

What version of XP, home or pro? Are these original disks or burned copies?
 

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A:Problem reinstalling Windows XP after data wipe - BSOD "Process1_Initialization_Fail"

What does "The copy I paid for was not recognized as a full version." mean?

after getting to about 80% of the files copied it started saying it couldn't find certain filesClick to expand...

Usual suspects for those symptoms are Memory errors. Bad or scratched install Disc, Install disc is a copy vs. original and CD-ROM not reading correctly.

The memory is highly stressed during an install and could show errors not usually seen
 

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A:Reinstalling XP problem

Most common reasons for not being able to copy files during installation:

Dirty or damaged install CD
Installing with external peripherals attached
Faulty RAM
Faulty Hard Drive

While you are waiting for the new discs, you can download and run memtest to check the memory . . . Click on the Memtest link in my signature

You can also download and run drive diagnostics from the drive manufacturer:

Samsung http://www.samsungelectronics.com/hd...ies_index.html
Seagate http://www.seagate.com/support/seatools/index.html
Maxtor/Quantum http://www.maxtor.com/en/support/products/index.htm
Western Digital http://support.wdc.com/download/
IBM/Hitachi http://www.hgst.com/hdd/support/download.htm#DFT
fujitsu/Seimens http://www.fcpa.fujitsu.com/download...es/#diagnostic
IBM/Hitachi http://www.hgst.com/hdd/support/download.htm#DFT

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A:problem in reinstalling OS

First thing to do, is find out what brand of harddrive it is. Then go get a Hard drive utility for that particular one, run it first before doing a reinstall. Wipe drive 3.0 also will work, but the utility is better to use. Just reinstalling windows from the disc first depends how bad you were infected, because fromatting sometimes isnt good enough. Myself iI always run a test on the hard drive before doing a reinstall, then I use a harddrive utility from the company that harddrive is.

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A:reinstalling xp problem

Telephonic activation, normally...but since you can't boot into anything (nothing installed)...I'd triple check those letters and numbers typed into the key (when requested).

I've made those errors before and received that message.

If you are doing a clean install, it should allow the install to complete...to be followed by telephonic activation.

What's the exact error message, please?

Louis

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A:Problem with reinstalling xp HELP!

You can go to the Dell Driver Download site and find all the drivers for your pc

Start with the notebook management software, then chipset . . then any other drivers
 

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A:problem with reinstalling

Hi @RIC240,  I hope you find your Support Forum experience a positive one! It is a great place to find the help you need, from other users, HP experts and other support personnel. I understand that you are having trouble with finding or updating drivers on your system. I am happy to give you a hand with this. Depending on which drivers you need, you should find them on this page for download: HP Pavilion p6813w Desktop PC.  What did you use to do the factory reset? The recovery partition or  a set of recovery discs using the HP Recovery Manager? Are you trying to connect using wireless or with an Ethernet cable? Please let me know whether that works for you, and if it does resolve your issue, please mark this post as a solution. Kudos would also be appreciated.   

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Hi and welcome to SevenForums,
Repair install,
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/3413-repair-install.html

If you choose to Uninstall ie9-10-11 see this,
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I got WMP 10 to reinstall by following this advice that I found on Chris Lanier's blog:

"navigate to C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386 and copy wmploc.dll to C:\Windows\System32. Now, run the WMP 10 installer again".

However after installing, I still had the original problem that whenever I clicked on a link to an mpeg file (did not test with other file types) I would get the message "An unknown error has occurred..........." and the media player would crash. I would then click "Send" in the popup dialog box asking if I want to report the problem to microsoft. Then a window would open with the URL of the Microsoft Online Crash Analysis center with the following message:

"Solution found: contact MainConcept AG to purchase retail product

Problem description

Thank you for submitting an error report. The error was likely caused by MPEG Encoder.

Solution

MPEG Encoder was created by MainConcept AG. The demo version of MPEG Encoder that you are currently using is not supported by MainConcept AG. MainConcept AG recommends that you purchase the full retail version of MPEG Encoder for increased stability and product support.

To purchase the full retail version of MPEG Encoder, use the following steps:

Go to the MainConcept AG website at http://www.mainconcept.com/downloads.shtml#anchor
Find MPEG Encoder and then install it. "

I did this (costs $149 if you do not want a watermark). Now wht happens is that I no longer get the crash but the player only displays one still pane from the video and will not play.

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A:Problem Reinstalling MSE

Typically, Microsoft Security Essentials can be removed by going to Control Panel - Programs and running the uninstall there.

However, there are times when this won't work.
Official Solution:
Microsoft has published a knowledgebase article for how to manually remove Microsoft Security Essentials:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2483120
 
Further specific Vista instructions -

Updated Nov 12, 2013 - NOTE: If you are attempting to remove MSEIf you are using Vista or Windows 7
 
 
You would then reinstall from Install M.S.E.http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/products/security-essentials
 
 
 
Thank You -

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A:Reinstalling Win. XP Problem

I decided to do a little research into your problem.

It would appear that some DELL Computers and Laptops use certain SATA hard drives that Windows XP does not support by default. <This appears to be the problem>

The only way to solve that comes to mind would be to slipsteam the drivers into an XP Installation Disc.

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http://www.nliteos.com/guide/
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The most damage you can do is waste a few CD's and some time.

Good luck and happy computing.
 

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A:reinstalling XP problem

If you're using the cd that came with the laptop, it's probably not an installation. That's to say, the install files are more than likely stored on you original hard drive in a hidden partition.
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A:Problem Reinstalling XP, HELP!

Run the setup again
When you get to the stage where you can edit partitions, remove all 'existing copies of windows' and every partition until you end up with 'unpartitioned space'. Partition this as you wish and continue.

NOTE: Doing so WILL erase ALL data on the drive.
 

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A:Big problem reinstalling!

Use kill disk, or boot and nuke to clear the drive. Then all will be clean.
You should be able to boot from your xp cd once that is done. and windows will format the drive for you during the install
If you have a highspeed internet connection you can get your updates sp2,
online.
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A:Problem reinstalling XP

Run some diagnostics on the hard drive before proceeding further.
 

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I run an acer aspire 4520 and i can tell you from experience its much much much harder to install operating systems on this type of system. First off i would make sure that there is no smudges on this disk. Also make sure that you check to allow automatic updates, i had this happen to my acer turned out that i just needed to check the automatic updates block. Kinda weird. If this doesnt work open up dos prompt from the repair section of the cd and type in chkdsk /f that will fix any problems if any on your harddrive. Question, why are you reinstalling xp?

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I believe it said Bus #1 not #2, whatever that means. But the driver is correct.
 

A:Problem with Reinstalling my XP

In the golden days of XP computers came with discs - typically a Microsoft Windows installation disc and another with extra drivers and software enabling a factory reset. Without these to hand it's going to be hard to sort your OS. Even with what you require it will take forever to update Windows to SP3 plus all subsequent updates. Maybe it's worth considering a new computer? If you have some programs that are not compatible with later Windows versions you could install XP as a virtual OS on the new one. I'm sure it's not what you wanted to hear though.
 

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Fatal Error
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Data error (cyclic redundancy check).
If you are installing from a disc there might be a problem with the disc, try cleaning the disc or use another disc.
If you are installing from the network, it is possible that not all of the files were copied correctly to your hard drive. Run the disk checking utility on your installation drive from the Recovery Console and start setup again.
Press OK to view the setup log files.

When I press the OK button they show the same thing again.Please Help.

Thank For All The Help!

A:reinstalling problem

Here is some info on what CRC is
http://www.softwarepatch.com/tips/cy...edundancy.html

To fix it:

You can prevent ?Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check? by performing a set of simple procedures. If you encounter this error while your computer is reading data from your CD or DVD disc, the first thing you can do is to eject the disc and clean its surface with a soft cloth.

If you have tried reading data from different discs and you encounter the same error in each one, you may want to check your disc drive for loose cables or you may need to replace the drive itself.

Moreover, make sure that your computer has properly downloaded the files you are getting from the Internet prior to opening them. This will then prevent ?Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check? message from popping up in your screen. You can also use various download manager software applications in order to manage and monitor the status of your downloaded files
source

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A:Problem Formatting - reinstalling XP

Have you tried putting the cd in the drive, closing the cd drive door, shutting down, then restarting.

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Hiya and welcome

This is the link to re-install DirectX:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...20-BFBB-4799-9908-D418CDEAC197&displaylang=en

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Which formatting option did you choose ? Quick or Full ?
 

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and welcome to the Forum


If you get the message "it contains files needed for the reinstalling". you have not booted from the installation disc.

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Hi,

To rule out memory as the issue I'd advise removing all memory then inserting 1 stick at a time to see if it boots up. If you experience the same from all sticks then you may want to try opening the bios and selecting 'BIOS defaults'.



   Note
BIOS access and settings vary with each brand. Check your computer documentation on how to correctly change BIOS settings.



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