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Delete the OS Command line inside the MSConfig indow by clicking start - run -type msconfig then press enter. On the MS config window click on the boot.ini tab then you will see the command line inside the text box. Leave the first command line from [Boot Loader] till the end of the command line of your Default Operating system.
(Leave this lines)
[boot loader] timeout=30 default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS [operating systems] multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect
(Delete this line) default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS [operating systems] multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Viz XP Example line Professional" /fastdetect (up to here)
any other command line that says Viz XP -- you may delete it. Click apply button then Restart the computer afterwards and this should fix the issue.
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To install Windows XP, use the following steps.
These steps are similar to other Windows OS installations (Vista,
Below is the detailed procedure of installing Microsoft Windows XP:
Before installing Windows XP
or any other operating system, you should backup all your data. Data can
be backed up on a separate partition, if the hard disk is partitioned or
you can back it up on external storage devices like CDs or on a network.
Restart the computer and go
to the Setup menu by pressing F2 and change the first boot device to CD,
press Esc and save settings.
Insert the CD labeled
Microsoft Windows XP into the computer and restart the computer.
When the pc restarts, a
message will appear telling you to press any key to boot from CD, press a
key immediately the message appears and the setup process will begin.
After the files have been
loaded, Windows will start and it will give you an option of repairing
using Recovery Console by pressing “R” or continue with setup by pressing
“ENTER”; press enter to continue with setup.
Setup will list all your disk
partitions, highlight the partition where you want to install Windows,
this is mainly partition “C”, press “D” to delete the partition, then
press “L” to confirm.
Highlight the partition you
deleted, and then press “C” to create a new partition, press “ENTER” to
create the partition.
Press “ENTER” again to
install Windows on the New (Raw) Partition you have created.
Format the partition using
NTFS file system.
After format has completed,
Windows will restart and setup will prompt you to boot from CD again.
Ignore the message and let setup continue automatically.
Follow the next steps which
will ask you to setup the system Time and Date, Network and enter a serial
key, until setup finishes.
After setup has finished,
Windows will restart and will welcome you for the first time; Microsoft
Windows XP will have successfully been installed on your computer.
Dear Sir, Please port details questions to help us to serve you better. The answer which I'll be providing you is based on assumption on the little data you have provided. Press F1 during startup,in BIOS settings check whether the New processor you have installed in shown or not. I think you also need to upgraded you BIOS. Go to your motherboard manufacturer's site and there you can find the software for upgrading BIOS. Please rate me appropriately if you are satisfied with my answer,in case, if you want any clarification please get back to me.
It used to happen like this during the new installation.
goto BIOS setup and check that the HDD is correctely detected. check the size it reported. If its correct, give one more try. else the HDD firmware is corrupted and can be repaired.
Hi sheikhun, just ignore windows F6 to add special SATA drivers. Install windows, when finished use your Asus CD and install missing drivers from CD. Than run windows updates.
You should not have a problem, if while in your bios your SATA drive is shown in the main menu. Than check the Boot section of bios. The boot order should be.
CDROM drive 1st. SATA drive 2nd.
Disconnect any other hard drives data cable while installing windows. When you finish installing windows & installing the drivers from the CD & windows updates you can shut down the PC & reconnect the data cables you may have disconnected.
If your bios does not see your serial ATA SATA drive than your SATA onboard controller is defective. Return to Asus for replacement/repair.
It sounds like there is 12 inch form length (or may be A4) selected on the computer system. The data from the system will take precidence over the 11 form length set on the printer.
If using Windows, ensure the Printing Preferences in the pritner driver are set to 11 form, Also check Printer Properties for a paper size ensure this is set to 11 inch
On the 'System' check the paper size selected within the application (if available) Check this is set to 11 inch form length
Check document margins to ensure these are not reducing the 'printable area' on the page. If availabe to a Print Preview on system to see what the document looks like.
If your application outputs raw data to the printer, check the number of lines per page assming printing at 6 lines per inch you can fit 66 lines on an 11 form. Check no more than 66 lines are per page, it sounds like 72 might be being sent befor a Form Feed in the data. (there may be a 1 line top margin set on the printer)
Finaly check the top margin setting on the printer to ensure it is set to 0 so you have the full 66 lines available on a page on the printer I think you would be looking to set the FORM ADJUST to 0 to adjust the top margin