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thomasxstewartAug 29, 2009, 4:34 AM We need accurate description of events of "Freeze" when it restarts, again, things like dongle with hdd master/slave wrong or not long end from slave to If you find the mode is set to SATA, change the mode to IDE. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. To be more precised, one of the services/packages REMOVED (lookup the session.ini file i posted earlier) has something to do with this problem....I hope this clarified some stuff...Again, thanks for the navigate here

Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. What can I do to finish the repair? Once you get XP running, add your extras one at a time. Worst of all each of these sucessive attempts take 10 or 20min and get right till the end of the setup processes before BSOD'ing.

I tried a third party IDE controller and was able to solve the problem with the BSOD and moving a HDD to a new mother board. don't burden it with usb devices, printers etc in critical loss situation, nor even speakers. In every copy of XP, that has been activated, there are two files: C:WindowsSystem32/"wpa.dbl" and "wpa.bak" These two files, contain, among other things, information about the hardware that runs the authorised

As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Sign In   Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? Its feel about inside of mouth, yet be prepared to give ALL data Up.Signed:PHYSICIAN THOMAS STEWART von DRASHEK M.D.V BonitaSZAug 28, 2009, 11:47 PM I am REinstalling windows - and it when you installed windows files on partition, & formated, it does 15 sec restart bar, then recycles off & starts up.DO NOT HIT KEYBOARD WHEN IT SAYS INSTALL FROM DISC, LET

Can't ctrl+alt+del or anything, so I just turn it off and tried a few more times. good oportunity to learn, if its fairly new, or type that has its own idea on hdd it wants to boot from or that software isn't right to start recyle in writing are just off top of head, so noticed second inquirey, so tried as many as could think of, first post maybe bit thin. I get hung up at the registering components portion of windows repair (windows setup).

If you find the mode is set to SATA, disable SATA mode. Posted 04 March 2010 - 08:28 AM Murray S. What kind of Widows CD to you have - Recovery, Retail, OEM or other? Have you every installed any XP on this computer?

Everything should work fine after that. The computer is a Toshiba satallie l100 with a 1.7ghz and 2gb of ram. DA come up thru petty drug incursions & street level open air markets. I'm planning on taking out the hd and getting an enclosure to transfer my files to my external from another comp.

I am not adding any nVidia drivers to xp until after the installation (which has nothing to do with this issue). http://0pacity.com/xp-repair/xp-repair-pro-5-0-serial-key.html I say that because I have seen modern machines that refuse to take a copy of XP. that maybe be problem, hdd isn't actually recoginized, Look inside bios, if no hdd is listed or size your working with, check master/slave jumper on hdd, if its right hdd is Last edited by chrsthorn; December 2nd, 2004 at 03:05 PM.

Just a possibility. Posts 21,218 INFO: Windows XP Setup Stops Responding http://discussions.virtualdr.com/sho...t=installation "Common Sense is a flower that doesn't grow in everyone's garden." Reply With Quote December 2nd, 2004,08:22 PM #3 SuperSparks View Profile Reply With Quote December 3rd, 2004,09:31 AM #4 chrsthorn View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Intern Join Date Oct 2002 Location Coventry, UK Posts 224 Thanks for the help, I'll try http://0pacity.com/xp-repair/xp-repair-pro-6.html Please try the request again.

Some notes: I don't have an internet connection. XP is trying to configure for your sound board, video, etc. simplfy everything, take off anything extra & start with as little to confuse as possible.

A typical setup would look something like this: Primary, IDE1 = HD1 (boot drive) jumpered as Master, on end of cable, DVD jumpered as Slave, on middle connector of cable.

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good luck -----Willy Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: Win XP setup problem by katbrat / November 27, 2004 8:37 PM PST In reply to: Win XP setup The time now is 02:51 AM. If it IS a computer prob. weblink Check cabling, jumpers, etc.

MAKE SURE IT WORKS PROPERLY WITH THAT O/S FIRST.DRASHEK MAYBE sp3 WOULD HELP ON XP PRO INSTALL, IS IT CD ROM ONLY MACHINE, & REALLY OLD, THATS PROBABLY SOFTWARE THATS TOO no activation= leaving you with new install every 30 days.its hard on old equipemnt, perhaps new HDD isn't correctly in bios, not listed as master or using master only as slave, A copy of Falcon or Hiren's BOOT CD is a good idea here. XP does not need or want a formatted drive.