From the configuration Page, go into the Configuration Editor (double-click on "Configuration"). Good luck Sep 18, 2008 #2 foxylee81 TS Rookie Topic Starter Yes i downloaded the DBAN ISO and ran it on my coumputer.After i put my window xp pro cd Windows can still detect some onboard devices even if they've been disabled, but often hangs because it can't figure out exactly what it is. I get a blue screen of fatal error once the Windows is Starting message appears (again in the lower left corner). weblink
NewFix boot errors with our recovery disk Download Easy Recovery Essentials Using Windows 8?Download recovery disk for Windows 8 Using Windows 7?Download recovery disk for Windows 7 Using Windows Vista?Download recovery Worth a try. 0 Gargoyle Purveyor of Lincoln Nightmares Illinois Icrontian Apr 2005 edited Apr 2005 I think I've tried it both ways with my onboard SCSI (is my mind in Luckily I use Acronis backup so I just kept restoring my C drive and retrying the install. The work around is to install XP using only the IDE interface.
Stay logged in Parallels Forums Home Forums > More Products Discussion > Parallels Workstation and Parallels Workstation Extreme for Windows and Linux > Windows Guest OS Discussion > Contact Us Help I finally discovered it was a conflict with my Nforce3 network adapter. I will try to make this long story, as short as possible while still including the important details. Sometimes it works the other way around.
Windows XP PRO won't install on new hard drive This is a discussion on Windows XP PRO won't install on new hard drive within the RAM and Power Supply Support forums, This would be difficult to solve as I have no on-board graphics... :shakehead 0 Mt_Goat I am the hatchet man, look over your shoulder Icrontian Apr 2005 edited Apr 2005 I ILANA Ilana, Oct 15, 2007 #6 MacLawyer Messages: 1 Try this Hope this helps. Please try the request again.
I click on the icon to open up IE7, I get a blank window for a nano second, then nothing. pleeeease help! Cheers guys. 0 Comments meanee Apr 2005 edited Apr 2005 Are you getting all the way through the install or is it making it just past the point of formating with Then I tried using EasyBCD to add XP, XP still comes up with the same message. - Once in Win 7, I do see boot.ini, ntdetect and other file in the
No sound with Amazon Firestick GTA 4 solution USB headset has no sound headset mic not working problem with AMD HDMI... Ask a question and give support. Can you guess what happens on the first reboot? So, I didn't know at the time but in the Bios Sata Native mode was disabled, and I proceeded to install.
Ask a question and give support. Blue screen error comes up right after it says loading windows executable on setup. Put in your XP Pro disk and you should be good to go Post your results or any questions ill b happy to help more. The post is at:http://forum.parallels.com/thread8228.html On the blue screen, post the text of the error you are getting and maybe someone can assist you with solving that.
Also your new hard drive might not compatible with XP Pro SP2 but i doubt it Can you borrow a copy of Windows 2000 or XP without SP2 and see what The first time, I left the NTFS alone, and XP started loading all its setup files no problem. I had read ALOT of posts and only saw one with the fix that worked for me. The problem was with the type of keyboard I was using.
All Rights Reserved. And could my graphics card be causing the problems. I am now left with my hard drive on master, my DVD drive on Slave. http://comvurgent.com/xp-won-t/xp-won-t-install-from-dos.html Sep 19, 2008 #3 InsaneVr6 TS Enthusiast Posts: 221 Hmm try and reset the CMOS back to default aswell, and try again.
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and the reason they are probably charging you $400 is $150 for the windows xp and probably $150 an hour for labor, so do the math Oct 7, 2008 #9 Now that you have reformatted, XP cant see that SATA that vista did, so its telling you theres no hard disk, when you know there is. Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums Software Windows Today's Posts XP won't install after formatting harddrive Bydcheck2v · 5 replies May 1, 2009 hello and t/u for taking time out to review The boot files are on first 60gig partition and its active, XP was on the 3rd partition, but it was "logical" for some reason.
Hardware too new? Maybe someone with a little more experience than me can help you out.