Question about Microsoft Starlancer
I am attempting to install Starlancer on Windows XP SP3, and I can only get to the part where it displays 'calculating disk space' before the setup crashes. It worked perfectly on my older SP, but can I do anything to make is work on SP3?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It's very easy. You can switch SATA mode from AHCI to IDE (in Bios) and install XP, or leave AHCI mode, with 'nLite' integrate AHCI drivers into XP installatin files, burn and install... Drivers are not problem, just search in google, even ePower tools are working.
Posted on May 14, 2008
nothing happens when you try to use the recovery console right by pressing "r".
try this again and again , sometimes it idles but its still running, if the error appears, restat again.
some corruptions maybe beyond our control and sometimes the only solution for this is to recover the inportant files you have on that HD and do a reformat...
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
It looks like you have a copy of Zone Alarm on your PC and Windows XP Pro SP3 is not liking it. One thing that you can try is to disable Zone Alarm by right clicking on the icon that it creates on the lower right hand corner of the screen and see if you can find a "disable" or "shutdown" option. After doing so, then try to install again. Another thing that you can try is to completely remove Zone Alarm, try to install SP3 again, and if it installs, re-install Zone Alarm. However, I think the easiest path is to disable Zone Alarm temporarily. Let me know if this helps you or not.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
Is the disk you have xp pro? If not, just do the xp home or whatever is on the disk. You may have to format your hard drive to clear it to accept the windows. Get plenty of advise before you do anything permanent like formating your hard drive. Get any factory disks that you can that will have your bios on them.
Posted on May 04, 2009
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