Or go to configue on the Bios sytem, some bios can change system to accept some OS. Or for finding things for cheap hahaYour help is extremely appreciated. Hooray for rules! No errors were found, but I replaced it with another known working HDD anyway, and still got the same problem. http://roguewb.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-error-while-installing-windows-xp-on-pc.html
So as much as I want to, I'm not gonna ask any questions! Like Bill below, had to do it a bunch of times, but it worked. Because you have to have a fully operational system first to go on the internet. While starting the clean install of XP Pro it would give the error message. "The file 'asms' on Windows XP Professional SP2 is needed". https://forums.penny-arcade.com/discussion/81643/computer-fails-halfway-through-windows-xp-installation
Jun 18, 2008 #9 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. BUT there was a person who solved my problem:I did this:set my bios to boot up in this order:HDD, floppy and then CDThen I change "C:/i386" to "E:/i386"That's all... I formatted it again and it still says 2Gb (actually, it says 1.99Gb)I put the hard drive back into the laptop and tried to re-install XP. Previously it was from the point "39 to 37 mins remaining" but now it runs till 34 mins remaining and restarts.
When I turned the screen back on, it was at the default monitor settings menu (like before). I try A,B,C,D,F,G,H: -Z still nothing.I have Google searched the problem and have found the following solutions but none have worked.1. If you can try running a full HD diagnostics; I'm not talking chkdsk. Windows Xp Install Blue Screen 0x7b Copying the files to C:\ worked, but when asked for the file location, the computer does not seem to recognize C:\I386.
The folder it creates has another folder inside called IDE. Blue Screen Error While Installing Windows Xp On Pc I then downloaded the latest drivers from nvida's website. same error My e mail is [email protected] Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: rowdy on 12/22/2011 Seems as though adding an external cd/dvd Rom drive did the trick for me. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/258303-45-having-trouble-installing D:\I386 TO E:\I386OR WHATEVER LETTER IT WILL TAKE, KEEP DOING IT 20X OR MORE IT WILL WORK3)BREATH DEEP IT DOES WORK Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Jan on 05/21/2010 Arjan's
I've installed XP literally HUNDREDS of times (I own a computer business), and this is the first time this has occured to me. Blue Screen While Installing Windows 7 Spent nearly 5 hours trying things back and forth. I have a Dell XPS 600 desktop. This is the weirdest computer experience I've had, and I've ripped apart/built many PC's and installed Windows 98/2000/ME/XP a million times.
Any suggestions? http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/0x0000007b-blue-screen-error-installing-win-xp-on-my-dell-xps-600.88832/ Tried all the recommendations on this page and nothing worked. Blue Screen Error While Installing Windows Xp Try to boot the CD in another computer to prove it is still bootable. How To Fix Blue Screen Error In Windows Xp Installation Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: earline on 03/01/2012 ihavent received xp for three months.
Had to paste that in about 15 - 20 times right enough (The C:\i386) but it's installing.. this content Thank youuuu.... Unplugged the SATA and left the EIDE plugged in with the installation disk in it. new sytem gigabyte p4 titan series (GA-81p775) xp pro, wd 80 7200 hd 1.5 gigs ram :blackeye: im beat going to bed.. Blue Screen Error In Windows Xp During Installation
Followed Terry's suggestions, managed to update the drivers for my CD/DVD-player (which it didn't recognize as CDRom btw), populated the volume by putting another disk in it (not the XP one) thank you in advance jerry Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Steve on 10/12/2010 I have a very similar but slightly different twist to the ASMS problem. GOOD LUCKThanks Steve & RainerFrom: Rainer on 02/09/2010 on 02/09/2010THANK YOU STEVE !!!!. http://roguewb.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-while-installing-windows-xp.html I turned off the computer again, and turned it back on.
If you don't like the partitions you made, do it over, it won't mind.File at 4shared.com is named Hitachi and is 19,298KB.Get it by clicking HERE skeptikaltruthApr 29, 2011, 2:54 PM Luckly it was under warranty. I understand you have to get all the 'stupid' questions out of the way Yes, I am trying to install from the CD. Blue Screen During Windows 10 Installation I suspect Dell gave the wrong Windows recovery disk to a bunch of XPS 600 owners.
Had the same problem/error message you folks did, so I won't recap the details again. i dont know who was the first person to sugest sucha simple thing as u simply swap ur drive but to taht man much respect is due something so simple and But yes this I'd correct. check over here The installation seems fine, but when it goes to boot up, I get the following blue screen message: A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent
No matter what I do, the error is ALWAYS identical except for the path I pointed it to.I don't have gdiplus error, nor parameter incorrect error. After trying all the above method for 4 hours, putting in the same cd and smashing my cd-rom in worked for me. I had the CD as the first boot device, changed it to the third, so that first is HDD, second is floppy, third is CD and that worked. After trying various attempts (new dvd drive, another xp disk, loading a generic cd-rom driver), I happened across this forum and found Terry's fix from back in '07.
Edit: Or, if it's possible, can I connect the hard drive from my laptop into my desktop computer with a usb-ide cable and install XP that way? It simply wouldn't do anything when clicking the device manager button.Fortunately I read down through the solutions here and saw the advice to change the boot order. Restart computer, and keep on hitting F8 as soon as black screen appears. I'm not able to move further.
i don't know what exactly was the solution but now my setup continues exactly the way it should...at first i had done a fresh format and setup of xp when at Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Daniel on 04/12/2012 This solved my problemhttp://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/itproxpsp/thread/1439cb26-8450-41a9-904b-ca4acaab0a01/?prof=required Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: gee on 03/04/2012 read through the thread...changed the boot order is all typing sysdm.cpl brought up the control panel but then the device manager wouldn't open. TechSpot is a registered trademark.
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Cliff on 04/16/2010 Been struggling for a while with this problem. Is the boot loader stored in the CMOS/BIOS? yeepee. So please somebody help me out in solving out this issue.How can I install windows.Is it possible.