Question about Computers & Internet
I tried to install The House of Dead on my computer and it gave me the error that it was not compatible with Windows NT. I am running XP. The box stated it was compatible with XP, so what is going on?
If you right click the install file there will be a compatibility mode option. change that to win xp
Posted on Nov 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Feature Transfer Error
Go into safe mode, edit the registry and remove all Panda entries. Also go into Configuration and uncheck Panda to startup if checked.
Try running the software while in safe mode and it gives a message that another software installation is detected and will be removed on startup, you'll know you need to find and remove files. It did not remove those mentioned above.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
SOURCE: Faulty HP Laptop
Download the sata drivers for the laptop and slipstream the sata drivers with the xp installation disc ( making it bootable ) using nlite ( http://www.nliteos.com ) and then try and install - the other option is to disable AHCI in the bios or to make sure that it treats the hard drive in IDE mode and try and install xp.
If that does not help then post back and let me know.
The other option before you install xp is to go into recovery console and see if you can run chkdsk /r and see if that has any issues with the hard drive if it detects the hard drive.
If it does and you see any issues then if it cant fix them then there is something wrong with the hard drive possibly in which case download and burn the iso disc image from the hard drive manufacturers website ( diagnostic utility for the hard drive ) and run that and see if it reports any issues with the the hard drive. If that does not then it is obviously either a setting in the bios or because you have not got the SATA drivers intergrated with the xp disc.
Also if you can post back with a link to a photo of the Blue Screen of Death or post back exactly what it says.
Posted on May 07, 2009
re-seat the memory card, clean it if necessary with pencil eraser (the metal connectors). If it won't work, I think it's time to replace the memory card with the new one(s).
Posted on May 04, 2010
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