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Back to top Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 Next » Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous I'll look for any further updates from you when I get going again. I will try your suggestion this morning and post back here if successful. Method #3 is supported by Microsoft. check over here

Mar 20, 2008 1:33 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. That's because the driver needed is specific for the SATA controller chipset in your machine - there is no one-fits-all SATA device driver. (And that's why there is no universal solution The "better" option requires that you obtain (at least temporarily) a floppy diskette drive and diskette, and find the required AHCI device driver and copy it to the floppy diskette (does Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/windows-xp-installation-halts-at-setup-is-starting-windows.110547/

Windows Xp Repair Install No Mouse Keyboard

I cannot run the install from within windows because this system has a nasty virus along with a rootkit installed. After spending one hour on phone with a MS tech to activate my new Win 7 install from an upgrade disk... or the Boot Sector is looking for NTLDR.Silly questions? Well, MAYBE you don't.

  • The assistant prepares everything without a problem, the computer restarts into the Windows installer CD, and I see all the ugly DOS -looking text churning away.
  • From the NBRT, Norton Ghost 15.0 Custom Recovery Disk, and your xPUD CD, I can access any folder/file and copy it to a USB drive (as I did for the mbr.bin
  • Tried to activate w Method 1, not activated due to upgrade key...Method 2, after running the slmgr command, atext file pops up showing a list of scripts, but no confirmation pop-up
  • Back to top #13 AustrAlien AustrAlien Inquisitor BC Advisor 6,772 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Cowra NSW Australia Local time:06:23 AM Posted 02 September 2011 - 05:09 AM Yes, I am pondering
  • And what I have read is that there have to be thousands and thousands of people with computers who want to run XP, who have installed new hard drives, or reformatted
  • Doing things this way means you give up a few improvements in SATA drive performance (compared to IDE systems) but you do NOT have to find and install (from floppy) the
  • I pressed the F5 key as you suggested which did open the computer type window which I scrolled up to "Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) Computer" and selected it.

You must have to REGISTER before you can post: Click the register link above to proceed. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Advanced Search Forum ZoneAlarm Forums ZoneAlarm Free Firewall Win XP hangs on reboot after Avast! I do not suspect virus since I have used Norton Internet Security 2011 to scan my C: drive and also Kaspersky TDSSKiller 2.5.132.0 standalone tool. share|improve this answer answered Sep 10 '09 at 2:18 Molly7244 Interesting point however there is no such setting that I can find for the Dell XPS 400 system. –John

Z. Windows Xp Setup Keyboard Not Working While anyone with a valid, licensed copy of Windows XP or Vista qualifies for any Upgrade version of Windows 7--and by the way, that's pretty much every single PC user on AustrAlienGoogle is my friend. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1665226/loading-hard-drive-drivers-installing-windows.html I have my "My Documents" directed to "D:\Document" and lots of valuable programs installed on the system, so I was hoping to avoid "starting from scratch".

If you go into Control Panel--System--Hardware--Device Manager and check what's listed under "computer" you should see "Standard PC". All rights reserved. After it has finished a file will be located on your USB drive named mbr.bin. If you run Windows 7 Setup from your previous OS, Windows 7 will always activate.

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People, its 2016 and method #2 works! https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/416952/win-xp-pro-wsp3-hangs/ If it works, you're all set. Windows Xp Repair Install No Mouse Keyboard Keyboard works fine during this and I've run a scandisk to validate my C: drive. Setup Is Starting Windows Xp Stuck I have gone though this sequence three times -- with the same results each time.

Thanks so much! check my blog Need driver? These tips and tricks represent the bulk of the information we didn't have before Microsoft shipped Windows 7 to millions of people in October 2009. Both of the hard drives are jumpered as master and set to be active.

If you cannot find the driver that way, get it from the Dell website. Have you checked that you do not have a stray floppy, flashdrive or CD hiding in there somewhere that is upsetting the normal boot up? Method 2 = only wanted to try this as a last result as this rearms windows and you have a limited amount of rearms. http://magicuresoft.com/windows-xp/repair-windows-xp-with-cd.html nLite is a software tool you can use on a running Windows machine to create and burn your own customized Windows XP Install CD.

Anybody and everybody is free to offer whatever assistance they can on any topic in the BC forums ... This seems obvious now, but at first I thought the product key was a mandatory field for this screen and I had to enter one to move to the next in It's pretty well documented.

A zipped folder will appear in the same location as the mbr.bin file.Please attach the zipped file to your next reply.

It's time for a clock challenge! Every single time. The system is set to default values -- I cleared the CMOS before firing it up. It encompasses the installation, configuration, troubleshooting of operating systems and software applications, addressing hardware devices and drivers, user environments, customization, and application security.

The trade-off is no "Stand By" option and the archaic "You may now turn off your computer" Screen. Login or register to post comments [email protected] on Oct 18, 2015 Thank you for METHOD #2: REGISTRY HACK. The hard disk is connected to the IDE 1 connector -- with an 80 lead cable -- and the CD drive is connected to the IDE 2 connector. have a peek at these guys Exactly the problem I was having before.

I new there was a reason I listened to you on Windows Weekly all the time. :-) Login or register to post comments bmg102 on Oct 20, 2013 Method #2 (Registry It's only when I get into the Windows XP Professional Setup that the keyboard stops working. Get exactly the same result -- at the place where Setup says "Setup is starting Windows" after maybe 30 seconds, the screen goes black and nothing happens thereafter. bloopie energy=mass X speed of light2...that's a lot of energy!