Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
I have a P3 desktop and i want to reinstall windows XP home editions, after all the drivers are loaded. It gets to a point where it ask me to select the partition, when i select the partition it says this: Setup cannot access 6150MB disk 0at id on bus o on atapi (MBR). I try to delect the partition but it won't work, i try to creat a new partition it won;t work, i even trry to repair the windows XP and it won't work. Can somebody help with PC on what do to, to bring it back to life.
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Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Checksum is bad, normally indicates an error in the cmos. It could be the cmos battery needs to be changed (looks a bit like a watch battery on the motherboard), it could be caused by an updated bios, or a virus. Or when a computer is not shut down correctly it can corrupt the cmos.
If the bios is not recognising the cmos settings then change the bios settings to default, and this could remedy the problem.
Then the battery (on the motherboard), and replace it with one of the same.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
Delete the existing partition, then use the maximum space available for creating a new partition. Once the partition is created, windows will perform a quick format of the drive. If at any time you are asked to use maximum space always say yes. Once the format has taken place it will ask you where you want to load windows, choose the partition that you just created.
If you need any more assistance please post a comment not a solution and I will get your message.
Hope this helps you
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
It only brings out one partition, and yes it gives me the option to either delete the partition or install on the partition or create another one.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
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