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Averatec 6200 new hard drive trying to reinstall factory cds

There are (3) cd included in restoring factory installed system. I,am able to install cd#1 but cd#2 I get 63% with it stoping at fxsst.dll and show an erro screen for 3 sec can see all the words but it say to reboot. I do and the same thing happens. I just installed a new hard drive and still get the issue...Please help??

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  • kasselco Dec 12, 2008

    Thank u I,ll try it

  • kasselco Dec 12, 2008

    Whats the best way to clean off the contacts?

  • kasselco Dec 12, 2008

    O K Tryed that.....Now seeing if I can copy the cd to another machine and than i,ll make a new cd if the copy goes well. This should elimanate weather it,s the cd or the ram. I ordered new

    ram two days ago just to give me more memory. I,ll keep you posted..Again thanks for the tips.



    Kurt

  • kasselco Dec 13, 2008

    The new hard drive for this Averatec 6200, do I have to format it and how?

  • kasselco Dec 13, 2008

    If in the event the new roms and new hard drive doesnt fix the issue and I cant get a copy of the three factory cd,s can I install a new clean windows os?

  • kasselco Dec 13, 2008

    O.K. Here we are. new hard drive...new rom and still stops at cd#2 same place with an error msg 256. I can only guess that it is the #2 cd? The unit is out of warrenty so I thinking of buying a new OS windows xp home edition but not sure if I will have a problem with factory drivers. Thanks again for staying with me on this issue

  • kasselco Dec 13, 2008

    didnt know that. Well it looks as if it,s the cd. the latest error

    saidabort can not read file. I assume it,s the cd file that isnt being read?

  • kasselco Dec 13, 2008

    Thanks for all the help I,am glad I stoped by. I let you know the out come...Regards

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Hi there
The problem is that the #2 recovery cd is probably corrupt and unreadable, before you come to this decision take out the memory modules, clean them & reseat them and try the install again, if you get the same error and your pc is still under warranty get in touch with the pc manufacturer and the should send you replacement recovery cd's at no cost to yourself

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  • Lee Hodgson
    Lee Hodgson Dec 12, 2008

    Hi again
    The best way to clean the contacts is with a pencil eraser, use a dry clean paint brush to also clear any dust away from the memory slots also (don't forget to brush any residue left behind by the eraser on the memory)

    regards


  • Lee Hodgson
    Lee Hodgson Dec 13, 2008

    Hi
    Your install cd's should do this for you


  • Lee Hodgson
    Lee Hodgson Dec 13, 2008

    Hi again
    Yes you can install from a new install cd, although i don't think the problem is the hard drive, Averatec you replace your recovery cd's for you


  • Lee Hodgson
    Lee Hodgson Dec 13, 2008

    Don't bother with XP home edition as it is not supported by microsoft anymore, i would suggest you purchase XP professional, its supported up to 2013

    kind regards


  • Lee Hodgson
    Lee Hodgson Dec 13, 2008

    yes as i stated earlier the #2 restore cd is corrupt and unreadable

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