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Xp not installing

While loading xp/2000/linux,os is not progressing at the time of device detecting.hdd/ram/cddvd tested by experts.What could be the problem???

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    umesh prusty Dec 07, 2008

    A new hdd was tasted with the laptop but same problem remains.

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Before installing clear the entire HDD (zero write or remove master boot record). Then clean install. I have had this same issue several times in the past and 99% of the time this has worked for me be it laptops or desktops.

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