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So I click enter, as I want to install windows xp, then I agree terms, skip the partition part, and it starts to install. So it asks me what I want to do. I didnt manage to solve the problem. My issue was actually caused by bad memory timings, not unsigned drivers. http://advancedcomputech.com/computer-keeps/computer-keeps-rebooting-itself-please-help.html

One way to get rid of it is elliminate the partition you don't want (if you indeed have two partitions with two versions of XP, or reformat the entire disk and Thread Tools Search this Thread Rate Thread Display Modes #1 02-22-2005, 07:52 AM ngc7778 Offline Registered User Join Date: Feb 2005 Posts: 7 Unexpected restarting during installation WINXP! Create new NTFS partitions on the HDD still under Linux. i even attached Hd to other computer and created a new partiton set and formatted it. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/computer-keeps-rebooting-during-windows-xp-installation-52581.html

it's TNT2 64 pro 32MB and it caused some problems,for example, i was called for help because it was not fixed in Slot. like before... Thing is, I have not had a Windows installation disk in my CD drive for about a week. So it must be something wrong with my laptop.

you are not install window xp properly thats why your system is re booting again and again one think : that you will open your pc cover and then you will after reading other forums, I tried the F8 method but couldnt seem to make it work. Thanks. RegisterWhy Register?

I'm not stupid. it is windows xp home edition. Ozzu is a registered trademark of Unmelted, LLC. After I went into my BIOS and relaxed my memory timings, the Windows installer worked without a problem.

It work. There is no effective firewall neither antivirus that can help you out of this problem. To my surprise, my laptop automatically rebooting or restart. Fedora distribution).

Choose 'automatically fix file system errors' and Start. That's the only reason that would explain why it's asking you to choose. That should fix your problem if not try to repair windows by reinstalling all dll, this will not destroy any data Report Dan- Jul 16, 2010 at 10:31 AM I found Go to"C:\WINDOWS\systems32\drivers\sptd.sys" Rename sptd file to something you won't forget in case you need to go back to it Close the window.

is there another option? check my blog This will allow you to view an error message from within Windows that is associated with your problem. Once you get there just arrow down to DVD or CDROM and hit return. Casper View Public Profile Send a private message to Casper Find all posts by Casper #7 02-23-2005, 11:02 AM ngc7778 Offline Registered User Join Date: Feb 2005 Posts:

Dear Puu777 ,your solution was 100% it solved my Problem & i learned a new Tip ................................. the computer manages to get to the light blue windows xp loading screen but instead of entering my desktop the computer reboots and the whole process starts over again. During Installation Process ,when WINXP is trying to (installing devices) computer restarts by itself and when reboots again, installation Process continues from the [INSTALLING WINXP]. this content Report Brett- Apr 30, 2010 at 07:02 PM Not enough information to say for sure.

Password Register FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search Unexpected restarting during installation WINXP! Mark Forums Read | View Forum Leaders Website Homepage - Site Map - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.5.2Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. So I turn on my computer, and it boots to the CD, and goes to the setup, start of the installation.

Change ur RAM Helpful +1 Report Bullet Mar 29, 2010 at 07:10 AM i have HP laptop.

I have a dell computer and when the problem started they promptly replaced my mother board and graphics card and the tech reinstalled Vista. Report silverstar- Jul 21, 2010 at 03:25 AM thanks for this information...I had the same problem and when I run chdsk the problem solved... Then after the bar hits 100%, it tells me its going to restart in 15 seconds. Go to My Computer, right-click the C drive, select Properties, and then go to the Tools tab, and select Check Now.

Thank you! Note: If it was a clean install of either FAT32 or NTFS then check disk can be skiped. For a corrupt Windows system file: There really isn't any way to know if this is the case, unless Windows is reporting a problem with a certain system file. http://advancedcomputech.com/computer-keeps/pc-keep-rebooting.html is not pass windows logo testing just remember doesn;t matter how many box it come up please click YES on every box if you can pass that point close all the

Have you tried to clean the disk? i pushed it in Slot and it worked again,it works as Standard PCI VGA card but when setup xp tries to install a driver for Vga card... Cheers Helpful +6 Report Qrisx Jan 16, 2009 at 10:24 AM nope... Have you ran a check disk?

However after a couple of days the problem reappeared. So once it restarts it should go the windows xp home edition and start installing, and tells you how great xp is while installing. It takes less than a minute and is completely free! Fascinating fix.

go for an option of repairing no installing a fresh copy. Thanks. Helpful +1 Report Harris Jul 13, 2010 at 06:49 AM Hello Everyone, If you have another hard disk make it primary and boot you computer from that hard disk. To test it, I try installing windows XP Home Edition.

It's basically what's refered to as a dual boot. is it possible that a Hardware failure like this caused the Problem? As for opting to do a System Restore versus System Repair: a restore will only revert your System Registry (which very well may solve your problem) but does not [as far Restore data from external drive.

And never play the games on the web. Be sure to back up this file before doing any editing Once you have remove the line stating Microsoft Windows XP Professional You will nolong see the boot menu. in dos mode run bootcfg /rebuild. Try unplugging and re-plugging each card into its respective slot.

So it has to be one of the external device... Thanks. it seemed to install the update fine but after I restarted my computer I couldnt seem to get to my desktop. nishant rb View Public Profile Send a private message to nishant rb Find all posts by nishant rb « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email