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I tried disabling the SATA ports and only enabling the IDE. After the installer rebooted, I shut down the virtual machine, then set its RAM to 1024 MB (by default, when running an "express" installation, Parallels allocates only 512 MB to the EDIT 3: More info about my computer It is an old computer with following hardware configuration: Intel D915GLVG Desktop Board Intel P4 processor 512MB ddr RAM. 120 GB PATA hard disk. Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... navigate here

Thanks..One other thing I tried was running Western Digital drive installing software, once it loads the program, its like its going to open, same thing,, it still causes the system to Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now Thank you all of you very much indeed for your very intense keenness for replying me. ----- @{EDIT} You also can't install XP from inside Windows 7, you'll need to boot

There was a setting in hard drive configuration. For simplicity, you should reinstall on a separate HD and then use data recovery methods to get your stuff back. I've tried changing every possible setting in the BIOS.

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If it still happens, I wonder whether XP supports your hard disk out-of-the-box or whether you need to supply a driver CD. It seems to me that Stop: 00x000000CA (0X00000001, 0X826E0798, 0X826E058, 0X00000000) then refers to "Duplicate PDO: A specific instance of a driver has enumerated multiple PDOs with identical device ID and more info http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/disk-drives/f/3534/p/19264117/19449019.aspx and http://en.kioskea.net/forum/affich-29801-i-need-sata-driver-to-install-xp Enable IDE mode on hard disk use @ttoys answer to enable legacy mode share|improve this answer answered Jun 20 '14 at 11:16 brian.rotich 1016 add a Are these CPU pins bent on this motherboard?

Ask a new question Read More Configuration Windows XP Related Resources Problem with SSD. the exact error is: pci.sys - address f78350bf, base at f782e000, datestamp 3b7d855c. share|improve this answer answered Nov 17 '10 at 14:33 Robert Kerr 4911122 I'm glad some one answered! Get the answer peye2000Aug 19, 2012, 1:09 AM Now this is what's up, I run my WinXP Pro setup disk to install on C:, once it runs all like it should

I can't believe it does not mention this in either my mobo manual or my graphics card manual. It came with a Radeon X300 (a PCI-Express card). Thank you Jun 16, 2006 #22 vimalvisu TS Rookie same problem for me too i have a laptop(1 gb ram,80 gb hard drive with windows xp media centre edition).i tried I wasn't able to install Pro either when I started this whole mess. (I gave up, because I really needed to install Home.) Kirk --- Read my blog: Kirkville -- http://www.mcelhearn.com

Leave a comment Helpful +3 Report rariz44 Oct 3, 2011 at 03:32 AM wow....finally, the right answer!!! check over here I was subscribed to this thread - I opted out of being notified on reply to subscribed threads. DanForHpCommunity 106,442 views 2:39 Formatting and Clean Install of Windows 7 - Duration: 7:23. Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Windows XP install Problem using PenDrive or CD in HP Compaq CQ43 Laptop Md.

It will not finish the Winxp Pro install,, I,m sure it put files on the HD for win, but DOS will not let me see them.. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 24, 2009 9:57 PM PDT In reply to: Try a copy of said CD. Save, reboot and try Windows XP setup CD. –Robert Kerr Nov 18 '10 at 14:56 | show 1 more comment up vote 3 down vote Try removing all the non critical his comment is here Basically, the cable runs at the speed of the slowest device, and an optical drive usually doesn't support (or need) the fastest IDE speed.

It would be helpful if you could write down all the non-generic text (or heck, all the text) from the STOP error screen, instead of just the STOP line. –Robert Kerr Verification of proof concerning the supremum of a set. Now you understand the confusion I am experiencing because I have never seen an error code 2 or anything like it.

I also have two Desktop PC's and on both of them I am having the same problem installing the same disc.

That seemed to do the trick for me. Have a look and post back :)@ I am not sure that I have understood what you meant with the above answer. A possible fix for an XP installation problem with Parallels Authored by: dan55304 on Mar 13, '07 08:21:40AM Where's the hint here? Are you getting the exact same error message?

But I cannot understand what that "Technical Information" in the error is trying to say. Sorry if I am causing confusion here. peye2000Aug 22, 2012, 5:35 AM PhilFrisbie said: Again, try booting up with the XP disc and let XP format the C: partition as NTFS. http://comvurgent.com/xp-installation/xp-installation-failed.html Visit other IDG sites: Select One CIO Computerworld IDG Connect CSO DEMO GamePro Games.net InfoWorld ITworld JavaWorld LinuxWorld Macworld MacUser Network World PC World The Industry Standard IDG Knowledge Hub IDG

lol. Use an XP CD of that SP to do the initial install, then upgrade as you normally would. I run my WinXP Pro setup disk to install on C:, once it runs all like it should coping file etc.. Thanks..

page 10. Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. Plug & Play detected an error most likely caused by faulty driver. by MarkFlax Forum moderator / June 7, 2009 6:59 PM PDT In reply to: Windows XP installation problem ross_123, I deleted your post.That support site has been spammed in these forums

Thanks again.