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View my website, it may be helpful. This will cause the computer to reboot. 4 Start the installation. but I doubt that is the problem, because it was working not long ago. Can't delete files when trying to re-install windows XP. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/480443/wiped-hard-drivecant-reload-windows-xp/

Windows Xp Won't Boot From Cd

The CD still does not boot up, Windows XP loads as normal. I don't understand if I can copy files to the hard drive with NTFS4dos program, why can't windows setup wright to the hard drive or when I boot with out a Hi nytshade15, Couple of questions: How are preparing your computer hdd? Problem solved.

When given the chance to press F6, do so, insert the floppy that has the SATA controller drivers, and install when prompted. 2. Typically this is caused when the CD is burnt at a to fast speed. Hello PC Guru's and Geek's, I have a prolem everytime I install Windows XP Professional SP3. Selected Boot Device Not Available Usb After that, the computer will reboot.

In order to access it, you will need to boot into the recovery partition. Running winnt32.exe will reboot your computer into Windows setup. I've tested the Reinstallation CD on another computer and the screen promptly pops up with options, but can't get it to boot to the infected computer. This Site You have two choices: 1.

I have found a used mother board the replacement board has "HAL20 LA-2771 on the board, my board has HAL10 LA3181P Does anyone know what the difference is I tried to Selected Boot Device Not Available Windows 7 You will be prompted to enter your 25-digit product key at this time. I had to change the BIOS setting for the HDD from AHCI to IDE before it would load even though the drive is SATA. Using the site is easy and fun.

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Enter the maximum size possible and press Enter. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/windows-xp-professional-sp3-cant-install The Old HDD was doing the same thing, however Partition Table Doctor 3.5 was stating a bad partition table and could not fix it. Windows Xp Won't Boot From Cd At this point I'd say your HDD is bad. How To Reinstall Windows Xp With Cd Thanks again to you and dc3 for your information.

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There are multiple reasons why someone might do this, but for most users simply creating the largest partition possible should be fine. 7 Begin Windows setup. You will be asked to confirm the date and time as well as a few other basic questions. I found it on ebay, the person said he tested them and work fine. Source Which is ok, since you haven't loaded it.

It seems like it cant access the hard drive, yet it identify the hard drive in the BIOS. Boot Cd For Windows Xp Free Download But now the internal CD rom drive is not working. Do you have any mean to perform hardware tests on an other machine ? 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jaclaz    784 The Finder 784

Does anybody know what is wrong?

Help! You can also select the correct timezone for your location. 12 Setup network basics. This will take several minutes and requires no input from the user. Selected Boot Device Not Available Dell Optiplex 755 Depending on your BIOS and setup, this could also be called the DVD drive, the Optical drive, or CD/DVD drive.

The setup never ask me to delete D: drive, but when the entire process finished and when I opened My Computer I surprised to see that D:drive is totally missing ! If your having the same problem, look into either getting an external DVD drive or make an image of the disc onto a DVD +RW if you know how. you've checked with different CDs and with different HDD, so I'm lost as well. have a peek here The only items I did not replace from other computers that I had laying around was the memory, and the motherboard.

ChuckB_38 June 17, 2009 5:46:08 PM In your Bios check heading 'Main' it contains time, date, memory, etc. If you can, click OK to continue. In this step, you can create separate logins for each of the users of your computer. It just starts to load the driver files etc and after a minute or so it says "Going to Windows" and then the blue screen appears with the error message.

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Should I have reformatted the hard drive after wiping it clean with Kill Disk before trying to reload Windows Xp? Once setup has started, follow the steps in the above section starting at Step 3. 2 Install from within Windows. It can usually be found in one of a couple different places: Attached to the case your Windows XP CD came in, usually on the back. I read somewhere that for preinstalled machines, there is a folder (i386) and you can run winnt32.exe which will reinstall it.

So I am pretty sure it was the memory all along. Select “Format the partition using the NTFS file system.” Choose NTFS over FAT, as NTFS is much more stable for Windows. go figure. The first option that pops up is changing the default language and region.

krosloniec49426 June 18, 2009 2:51:10 AM I searched the web for the Pxe-e61 message and it means an OS cannot be found and it's trying to boot from a network. Select the Hardware Tab, and then click Device Manager. Here I will indicate my computers specifications so you will have a better idea to know what my problem is and how to solved it. This will take a few minutes and requires no user interaction. 8 Windows will begin installing.

Suggestions..please. Hope this tip helped you, I will post back with an update shortly as I am using my other disc (a +RW) in another drive..