Some files wont transfer with a fresh install of win xp home, mostly .dll files and .sys files I dont have my driver floppy and the copy of xp is a replacement disk from microsoft with service pack3 . pc is a amd athlon xp 2800 in a ecs km400-m2 motherboard using 512mb ram . I've tried changing bios and read the users guide on the motherboard but not sure if changing from optamize to safe in bios would do much the pc was in my kids room and crashed and would not boot now Ive re formatted the hard drive and cannot get it to install.
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Hi im josh in cebu phils. Friend if some files wont transfer during the installation. the problems are centered to your cd installer or your optical disk drive. try change the cd installer if it is too scratchy or if your cd is good.try to change your optical disk.try use the faster one sothat you may done easily. good luck hope i helped you.pls.vote me if it helps you so that i will know.thnks.
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Sounds like you have a problem with a DLL "Dynamic Link Library" for whatever program you're trying to use. Most likely it's been corrupted possibly by a virus or bad sector on hard drive or a file that mistakenly got deleted or any other number of things. I have had this problem before but only with the operating system (Win XP pro) never with another program. In my experience the only really good way to fix it is to re-install the program. Best of luck. Definitely run virus scan to check your files. Also you may want to try fixing in safe mode first if it's an op sys file that is corrupt or you can try system restore Found in start panel/accessories/system tools. If it's a program other than your operating sytem I would just uninstall it and then re-install it. Hope this helps. P.S. Microsoft will stop supporting Win XP next month (April 2014) no more updates etc. You might just want to upgrade to a newer version of windows.
Windows XP is the most compatible for all software installations , check the software version that you installing and also check that if all the files downloaded properly if you got the software from the internet. Service pack 2 is the best.
Those error codes don't really mean very much to the general consumer, but blue screens of deaths are caused by bad RAM memory in your computer, not viruses. I'm going to take a guess that your computer is either several years old and/or it constantly get quite warm? Heat can shorten the life of computer components by quite a bit. You may need to get one of your RAM cards replaced to solve this issue.
There's a free program called Memtest86 that you can run to determine if this is the case. It will scan all your memory and look for bad sectors. You can download it here: http://www.memtest86.com/ and burn it to a CD. What it does is create a bootable CD that will execute the program as the computer turns on to scan all the memory. There are full instructions on their website. The process can take an hour or two depending on how much memory your computer has, and if it turns up any bad sectors then you know what your problem is.
A computer can run with bad sectors in the memory, but it makes it unstable that it will keep bluescreening, so if you have bad sectors in your memory it might be better just to replace the RAM. Luckily, this isn't too expensive. For instance, if your computer has 4GB of memory, it probably has 2 2GB RAM cards installed. You can get a 2GB replacement notebook memory for, I'd say $30 or $40. Installing RAM is very simple, and if you're willing to install it yourself, it won't cost you more than that.
Each variant of this is associated with one or more files in the above list. It drops .dll (dynamic link library files) as well. Dll files and Sys files are the actual performers in the background.
You have to remove these files from the startup as well. Using msconfig. From their you may be able to find additional files associated with this one as well. Verify by browsing. Browse by the file name. If you found that it is a virus, note the path and next time you will be able to remove it. I ll provide instructions at the bottom of this post.
The unregistering instruction will be provided at the bottom of this post.
You must delete your Temporary internet Files and Local Settings \ Temp. Located - Root:\Documents and Settings\[Admin account name - this may be either Administrator or any other account which has Admin Rights]\Local Settings\Temp.Note: Root is the Partition which has Windows Installed (Example C drive) You must be able to see Hidden Files and Folders. Follow the steps... You must clean your Browser Cache using Internet Options. Each and every browser has a place to clear the Cache. As an example "Google Chrome has it under Options -> Under the Hood -> Clear Browsing Data. Its better if you can disable Local Caching. I recommend to do this in Safemode. Use F8 after restarting the machine. The select Safemode. Note: You may or may not find Processes associated with this RK however because they will not be loaded. If so you can use msconfig to locate "Startup" programs. After everything done, flush your DNS. Get a Command Prompt (Start -> Run -> Type cmd.exe and hit Enter)Type this command and hit Enter.ipconfig/ flushdns Contd...Post is too long...
you have to goto win setting. in fire wall disable win, then dis able norton run explore prefer update version. allow win fire wall then tell norton to unblocked win comm file and sys or vice vera leave explore app open then let norton scan while explore is open. dont fret this is a norton issue nit winn. but if you have norton on any vista then its not compatiable nor recommended. hoe this helps. Relative images
I can't install my multimedia as these files are missing. I tried reinstalling the drivers but it needed these files which I can't download even after I have inserted the Windows XP Cd. Can you please help me with this also let me know how I can download these files from the net.
HERE IS THE SOLUTION : click on the link given below and find oc25.dll....if you are unable to find press keyboard key cntrl + f .A dialog box will appear now type oc25.dll and hit find key and you will find the oc25.dll .click on that file to download it to your computer.
Once you have downloaded the file you are looking for you still need to
make sure Windows or the program causing the error can find it. Follow
1. If you are encountering an error with Windows... The
file you downloaded needs to be placed into the Windows System
directory. On most machines this is one of the following locations: C:\Windows\System (Windows 95/98/Me), C:\WINNT\System32 (Windows NT/2000), or C:\Windows\System32 (Windows XP).
If you are encountering an error with a particular program... The
file most likely needs to be in this program's directory. This
directory is where the program is installed (i.e. c:\Program
If this step solves the problem, you do not need to complete step 2.
You may to register this file with Windows. Click on the Start Menu and
then on 'Run'. If you are replacing a Windows system file, type the
following command: regsvr32 \windows\system\file.dll (Windows 95/98/ME), regsvr32 \WINNT\system32\file.dll (Windows NT/2000), or regsvr32 \windows\system32\file.dll (Windows XP).
For example, 'regsvr32 \windows\system\apphelp.dll'
you are replacing a file for another program, change the directory
where appropriate. For example, 'regsvr32 \program files\Norton\xyz.dll'
If the file is registered correctly, you will receive a positive confirmation message. ------------------------------------------- Please let me know your feed-back.