Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC
I was installing windows xp on my old PC of 460mb ram and 1ghz processor. I inserted the CD and it started installation. I was installing and when it was at 45%, my monitor,mouse and keyboard stopped receiving signal and the CPU usage was very high. Then I lefi it for 2hrs...3hrs... but it was not responding. I turned off and restarted but it was again at the same position. Please help me.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jun 30, 2008
Hi there. My name is Alex and I am here to help solve this problem
Depending if the BIOS has legacy USB support for keyboard and mouse enabled, you should be able to run safe mode by pressing F8 before the computer boots into windows. I would not recommend going into the BIOS if you do not have much knowledge to the computer as one wrong configuration could cause some behaviour problems or even damage to the pc's components
I recommend connecting a keyboard and mouse that have cable and the PS/2 connectors (purple and green) which can be found at back of the computer at the top. Then restart your computer, hold down F8 and you will be able to run safe mode. The mouse and keyboard will then work
Keep both the keyboard and mouse plugged in and boot windows. When you get into windows, plug in the USB keyboard and mouse into a USB slot and wait whilst it detects it. After a couple of minutes you should be able to use your USB mouse and keyboard and take out the PS/2 keyboard and mouse
I hope this has helped. Please let me know if you have any questions or need further assistance.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
Try booting to XP with a last Known good configuration.
After you switch on the computer, keep tapping the <F8> Key on the keyboard., you will see a list of options, select "Last known good configuration" and hit the Enter key...., Hope this works
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
I think you have these options:-
1. Explain your problem to PC World and see if they can help.
2. Borrow a Windows XP Home Edition disc from a friend.
3. Download a Windows XP Home Edition disc from the internet. I don't know how legal this is, but as you have already got the legal copy installed and are only using the disc to install other programs you might be OK.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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