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An error occurred while setup was updating partition information on: 7327 mb disk 0 at id 0on bus 0 on atapi [mbr]

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bad sectors on the hard drive.possible bad hard drive. run the xp cd and hit R when asked what you want to do r R is for repair and it should fix the sectors.

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