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Edited by G226, 30 May 2007 - 10:13 PM. 0 Advertisements #2 G226 Posted 30 May 2007 - 10:12 PM G226 New Member Topic Starter Member 2 posts *FIXED* I coulden't The possibility of running Windows appeals to me though and Parallels could be the perfect platform for this, but why do I need struggle to install it. I uninstalled version 6.4.2, downloaded and installed the beta 7 version and..yep you guessed it...no oemsetup.inf. Covered by US Patent. navigate here

Set memory for Virtual Machine to less than 1 GB 2. The machine is 2 and years old now and lately the optical drive has been acting up, not always seeing inserted disks. Now it's fully Apple/MS compliant. am1, Jun 10, 2008 #12 jazzizgreat Messages: 30 Confirm that I make an image of my Windows XP installation CD?

I have re-created the partition using Boot Camp Assistant, and trying to install again, and get the same error.To make sure it wasn't a faulty CD I opened up Parallels, and or something is wrong with Boot Camp?how do I go about finding out what I have and need?I would really like to get this working. ( As some of the software copy the i386 folder from the cd rom drive to the root of ur hard drive and then run the installation from there. This is really causing a lot of problems.

Start a new discussion instead. Several functions may not work. There seem to be hundreds or more of users who later find "it was too small" and find they have to remove and reformat to get enough free contiguous space in Andre jazzizgreat, Jun 10, 2008 #15 [email protected] Messages: 6,450 Parallels Desktop --Edit-Virtual Machine -CD/DVD-rom-use iso image and point to created iso image [email protected], Jun 10, 2008 #16

I would suggest, that when you try to install, you delete the current partition, and create a new one. Or even Apple Hardware Test. Your options get an external cdro m and then try to install windows xp. any thoughts from the community at large?

Anyway, if you need any help with creating a disk image, let me know. Improve the uninstaller, so that the installer is not compromised. 2. No, create an account now. Similar Threads - Installation Woes Forum Date Windows 8 Install Woes -- "Apple Charger" and "Refresh PC" Operating Systems Dec 12, 2012 Help!

Have volunteer users test run new builds before making them available online. 4. You image the XP Installation CD and use that image to install the OS. jazzizgreat, Jun 10, 2008 #13 am1 Messages: 7 Thats correct. Maybe look into program called "vLite" which is used to trim down Windows but I would always double what you think you need, then add a fudge factor on top of

I have re-created the partition using Boot Camp Assistant, and trying to install again, and get the same error.To make sure it wasn't a faulty CD I opened up Parallels, and check over here Have to make a disk image of my Windows XP, and not the Parallels cd. Discussion in 'Installation and Configuration' started by Anim8or, Jun 3, 2008. YaBB 2000-2003.

Be sure you have a standard disk, not an iso imaged disk, which requires work before it can be used.BINGO! Set Adjust memory limit from Auto to Manual at Parallels Desktop -Preferences-Memory, and set limit a bit more higher than VM memory 4. I have tried to update to my Parallels to build 5608, but I keep getting a message that my software is up to date, even though I have build 5604. his comment is here Save it wherever you want but switch to READ ONLY Once its complete (and it might take awhile) change the file extension to ".iso" ...then once you are going through the

Jeremiah. #5 mtnbikerjeremiah, Nov 24, 2001 mouscacha Member Joined: Mar 23, 2001 Messages: 30 Likes Received: 0 try installing w2k and upgrading to xp. Andre Last edited: Jun 12, 2008 jazzizgreat, Jun 11, 2008 #18 [email protected] Messages: 6,450 I will try to answer all your questions 1. am1, Jun 10, 2008 #14 jazzizgreat Messages: 30 OK, I have done that, but it's a .iso file.

thanks in advance 0 Comment Question by:sirjulio Facebook Twitter LinkedIn https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/23115497/Windows-XP-Home-installation-woes.htmlcopy LVL 30 Best Solution byded9 Hi, Asms error indicates bad cd or cdrom.

Tell me, how can I solve this problem? When I enter the serial number, everything is fine, and installation proceeds normally. Much of the install DVD is copied to the HD in the initial phase of the install. Apr 30, 2008 10:04 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Edward Keighron, Edward Keighron Apr 30, 2008 10:05 AM in response to The hatter Level 1 (5

it bombs during the install complaining about hardwarethough I appreciated your post, and will go with a larger partition if I can get it installedI suspect the problem is with your I have not been able to install Parallels and have the same symptoms as mentioned above, despite doing the obvious things like uninstalling the previous installation of Parallels. Regards, David 0 OPDiscussion Starter amites 10 Years Ago I have tried every installation configuration there is... weblink The CD version did not work and I suspected that te earlier build was not Leopard proof, so I used the trial version download again.

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