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Installation of win xp sp1 in p3 PC

I want the process to install win xp sp1 in p3 PC
but with the images to know more explaination.

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    Not exactly sure what you are asking for. Installing XP is usually nothing more complicated than putting in the disc and letting the installation program guide you. After Windows is installed you will need to install the drivers required by your motherboard and any other hardware in your system. What problems are you having and what kind of images do you need?

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First of all get service pack 1 by down loading it or getting it on a cd. After you have it downloaded or on a CD locate the install file by going to "My Computer" then the location of the file. When you find it just double click on it and it will begin installing it.

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If your trying to install it over the current installation then select Format at the installation screen of XP setup. In order to do that you would have to boot from the disc, that way you don't have to load windows. Also when you have completed and installed XP, try to locate some software to detect what drivers you need. I use driver detective and it worked fine for me, or alternately send me a message and ill run you through how to check the motherboard for the version manually.

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Not able to install XP on 845 zebronic motherboard Help


In order to install XP, check the following:

For most newer motherboards, your install CD must be Windows XP with Service Pack (SP) 2 or 3. If you have an older copy (SP1), it will lock up in a "Blue Screen of Death" during the install.

The install also requires a Microsoft version of Windows. If this board is a replacement in an existing PC and you are attempting to use a restore CD that came with the PC (marked Dell, HP or whatever brand), it won't install on anything other than the original motherboard.

If you have the Genuine Windows license code (usually located on a hologram sticker on the side of the PC case), you don't need to buy a new copy/license. Ask any of your geek-savvy friends if they can burn you a copy of XP with SP2 or SP3. This should work.

Finally, after installing you may get a message stating you've entered an invalid license code. If this happens, call the "800" number that pops up and explain you've replaced a defective motherboard - Microsoft should give you a new activation code at no charge.

Hope this helps.

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Hi my name ia rahul from india,mumbai my pc brnd new amd proccer,256mb ram,asus motherboard the problem is whic ever i install the softwae the system gets hangup


hi welcome to fixya! what particular system you are installing, is it XP sp1, XP sp2, or Vista? Configure first the CMOS before doing the the OS installation. Set everything to its default configuration before running the process. 256 MB of memory for Vista is not enough it is good only for XP sp1 or sp2. See to it that your HDD was properly connected and its not loosen. If still the problem persist, change the ATA HDD cable (it looks like a ribbon in color gray) into a brand new one, sometimes its one of the cause of hang-ups and change your CMOS battery also. If still you experience hang-ups feel free to ask a help from a service center near you. Good Day!

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Generic host process win32


It is caused due to some spyware. Install a firewall like outpost, and your problem will be solved

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Myself can't install win_xp sp-2in my pc


THE INSTALLATION OF WINDOW SERVICE PARK GOES LIKE THIS. IF YOU ARE USING WINDOW XP WITH SP1 THEN YOU CAN UPGRADE IT WITH SP2. IF YOU ARE USING WIN2000 FOR INSTANCE YOU CAN NOT IINSTALL SP1 OR 2 OF WIN XP ON YOU OS YOU MOST FIND SERVICE PARK FOR WIN2000 TO UPGRADE AND IT ALSO HAS TO START FROM 1 TO THE LATEST VALUE THAT IF YOUR WINDOW2000 HAS SP1 YOU WILL START WITH 2 YOU CAN JUNP TO SP3 OR 4.

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I want install windows98 with xp in a computer


HEllo,
if you know the installation of winxp and win98 then it is possible to create a system with mercury board with 98 and xp.
firstly you install win xp in your computer. it's automatically located in c drive. then you intall win 98 custom install and then choose the installation directory of another drive like d. you use any boot manager to boot the pc with win98 and winxp. i don't tell you the installation process step by step. so don't mind.
thanking you
ramesh

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Compaq Presario SG3430IL Desktop PC display does not work with windows xp sp2 and vista


Kindly get me the drivers as i have installed xp in my compaq system. and i want drivers for that

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You are probably using a remastered CD or whatever...
Simply delete or edit your winnt.sif file which is located in i386 directory then reburn CD.
Obviously you'll need another PC and bit of knowledge working with ISO images, use "powerISO", is good.
or simply borrow your friends Win CD.
Hope it helps,

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Unable to install XP sp2 on Intel D865GBF Motherboard


Maybe having trouble with a device, remove any pci or agp cards and usb devices, use built-in video until installed.

Set bios to defaults, make sure bios is latest version.

I have found this happens with a promise ultra-100tx2 and any nvidia video card.

May be a bad install cd, if you can boot it with a dos or win98 disk/CD, copy xp i386 folder to hard drive install from i386 folder on hdd by running winnt.exe

I have installed xpsp2 on about 10 d865gbf's and 2 days ago installed xp sp3 on one with no problems. may also be bad mobo.

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About windows setup


Hi niket_shah, sorry but you're board Asus M2N-MX, does support Win XP SP2.
Chances are that while installing windows updates one or more updates failed. People like myself know from repairing PC's which updates need to be installed first. If you're Win XP SP2 did not or would not install than either the Win CD is not a valid Microsoft Win XP SP2 CD or (You have a copy) & there is something wrong with the CD. After a fresh (New install) of Win XP with SP2 there is more than 90+ updates for SP2 which must be downloaded through windows update program. Or you're windows will not function properly.
Just to show you what versions of windows the M2N-MX board does support. Click the link listed below. Once the link loads click the + sign next to Audio. Scroll down the page an notice the different Window version listed for you're board.
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=M2N-MX&SLanguage=en-us
To recap this issue. The problem is either the WinCD or possibly you're hard drive. Make sure you allow windows to perform a full format before installing window. (Not a quick format).

Mike

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