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How to reinstall windows xp thinkpad x41


How to Reload Windows XP Without Removing Files Deleting system files, modifying the registry and installing incompatible drivers to Windows XP can damage the integrity of the operating system, rendering it inoperable. Virus infections are often responsible for making the aforementioned changes to a system, but employees who have administrative access to the workstation can make deleterious modifications to the OS as well. Reinstalling Windows XP can repair the OS, but if work-related files are stored to the system partition, all of the data will be erased during the installation process. To reload Windows XP without losing files, you can perform an in-place upgrade, also known as a repair installation.

Step 1
Insert the Windows XP CD into the optical drive and then press "Ctrl-Alt-Del" to restart the computer. Step 2Press any key when prompted to load the contents of the disc. Press "Enter" on the Welcome to Setup screen.
Step 3 Read the license agreement, pressing "PgDn" to scroll down the page. Press "F8" to agree to the terms. The CD will search for previous installations of Windows XP. Step 4
Press "R" to repair the selected operating system. The disc will begin reinstalling the operating system to the hard drive without affecting personal files. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the repair installation. Step 5
Log in to Windows XP and sign on to the Internet when installation completes. Click "Start," "All Programs" and then "Windows Update." Step 6
Click "Scan for Updates" to search for applicable service packs and hotfixes to reinstall to the OS. Step 7
Click "Install Now" to bring the in-place upgrade up-to-date.
Things Needed
  • Windows XP CD

Tip
  • Make sure you have your Windows XP product key (found on the CD cover or on the computer case) available prior to reinstallation.

Warnings
  • If possible, back up your files previous to the installation in case something goes awry during the process.
  • You will need to reinstall all non-native programs and removable devices after performing an in-place upgrade.

Apr 27, 2014 | Lenovo ThinkPad X41 Tablet PC

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Windows xp not start following file missing corrupt system32 confi


Restart the computer, and force it to boot from the Windows XP CD-ROM. Choose "Repair Existing Installation", and see if that fixes the problem.

It might be better to remove the disk-drive, attach it as a "slave" disk-drive in some other computer, and copy all your files onto an external disk-drive.

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Where do I go in the system to set the default storage to the sd card?


SD storage card restore to defaults
Click start click to open on my computer you should see your usb drive F: or something right click select properties there will be an array of options select the sharing tab option then advanced sharing
permissions make sure you have a tick in the share this folder box then click permissions make sure all three boxes are ticked you full control change and read in windows 7
Click start control panel user accounts click on the administrators account if you have made one or you will have to create one in windows XP
also
If you are running a Windows XP OS then you might be able to:
Click start right click on my computer select open

Right click the icon of your Flash Drive (It should be F: / E: or something)
Click Properties in the menu that comes up
Click the Sharing tab
Click permissions
And finally, click Allow next to Full Control.
you might have restore it to its defaults
Right click on usb drive select properties you will have an array of options
Select the hardware option then select your drive properties policies
restore defaults
In XP
Right click on your drive select properties then on customize restore Default in W 7
Take Off Write Protection on an SD Card
Secure Digital (SD) flash memory cards are a common storage format for mobile devices.
By default, they allow both reading from and writing to the card.
However, they can be set so you can only read from the cards and not write to them.
Some cards are created as read-only by default.
Other times, a faulty card reader may mistakenly read all cards as read-only.
In both cases, you can make simple changes to the card to disable the write protection.

1.
Orient the card so the label is facing up.
Slide the write protection tab, which is located on the left side of the card, to the unlocked position.
If there is no write protection tab, skip to Step 4.
2.
Test the card in your computer.
Insert the card in the SD slot and open the folder to view the files.
Try to save a file onto the card or right-click an existing file and select "Properties," then uncheck the box marked "Read-only."
3.
Remove the card and check to see the write tab is still set to "unlocked" if you get a message that says it is still write-protected.
If it has become locked again, slide it back and tape it in the unlocked position.
4.
Place a piece of masking tape over the notch in the SD card located on the right side of the card. Make sure the tape does not cover any of the card's metal contacts.
Test again as in Step 2.
5.
Cover the notch with a second layer of tape if the card is still giving you problems.
http://www.getflashmemory.info/hack-why-is-my-sd-card-write-protected/

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I have a kindle and connect to usb on a Windows 7 pc. In the past when I wanted to charge the kindle connected to a Windows XP computer I just clicked on the safely remove hardware icon on my task bar and...


I guess you're trying to eject the Kindle from the task bar "(safely remove hardware". Try going into Start/Computer/right click on Kindle/ select eject. This worked for me when I had the same problem.

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We understand that your problem is: Hi please help me i dont know what to do i purchased a used compac tc1000 tablet pc on ebay for college and It had ubuntu installed on it and not windows xp it did come...


Hi First you need to make the USB CD-rom Drive as the first boot device by going to BIOS setup by tapping F2 when the system turns ON , after changing the boot order insert the first disc and restart the computer it should run from the disc.

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I can't logon my toshiba portege m400 - s5032x a error message shows up saying Isass.exe application error the application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000005). Click on ok to terminate the...


Your system is infected by Sasser worm.The Sasser worm infects machines via network connections. It can attack entire networks of computers or one single computer connected to the Internet. The worm exploits a known windows vulnerability that is easily patched, however few systems seem to have this patch installed. It attacks Windows 2000 and Windows XP machines along with Windows NT and Windows Server 2003.


The patch from Microsoft known as the MS04-011 Security Update fixes the following vulnerabilities:
LSASS Vulnerability 
LDAP Vulnerability 
PCT Vulnerability 
Winlogon Vulnerability 
Metafile Vulnerability 
Help and Support Center Vulnerability 
Utility Manager Vulnerability 
Windows Management Vulnerability 
Local Descriptor Table Vulnerability 
H.323 Vulnerability 
Virtual DOS Machine Vulnerability 
Negotiate SSP Vulnerability 
SSL Vulnerability 
ASN.1 “Double-Free” Vulnerability 

Download the Windows patches for this vulnerability.Here is the link below:

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/ms04-011.mspx



How Can I Remove the Sasser worm?

Follow these steps in removing the Sasser worm.

1) Disconnect your computer from the local area network or Internet

2) Terminate the running program
Open the Windows Task Manager by either pressing CTRL+ALT+DEL, selecting the Processes tab or selecting Task Manager and then the process tab on WinNT/2000/XP machines.
Locate one of the following programs (depending on variation), click on it and End Task or End Process

avserve.exe
avserve2.exe
skynetave.exe
any process running with the "_up.exe" suffix
Close Task Manager

3) Activate the Windows XP Firewall (if running Windows XP) or another firewall to prevent the worm from shutting your system down while downloading the patches. To activate the Windows XP firewall, follow these steps.
Click on Start, Control Panel
Double-click on Networking and Internet Connections, then click on Network Connnections
Right-click on the connection you use to access the Internet and choose Properties
Click on the Advanced Tab and check the box
"Protect my computer and network by limiting or preventing access to this computer from the Internet"
Click OK and close out of the Network and Control Panel

4) Remove the Registry entries
Click on Start, Run, Regedit
In the left panel go to 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>Software>Microsoft>Windows>Current Version>Run
In the right panel, right-click and delete the following entry

"avserve.exe"="%Windir%\avserve.exe"
"avserve2.exe"="%Windir%\avserve2.exe"
"skynetave.exe"= "%Windows%\skynetave.exe"
Close the Registry Editor

5) Delete the infected files (for Windows ME and XP remember to turn off System Restore before searching for and deleting these files to remove infected backed up files as well)
Click Start, point to Find or Search, and then click Files or Folders.
Make sure that "Look in" is set to (C:\WINDOWS).
In the "Named" or "Search for..." box, type, or copy and paste, the file names:

avserve.exe
avserve2.exe
skynetave.exe
C:\win2.log
Click Find Now or Search Now.
Delete the displayed files.
Empty the Recycle bin

6) Reboot the computer and update your antivirus software, and run a thorough virus scan using your favorite antivirus program.

For Automatic Removal of Sasser, download the Symantec removal tool, you'll still need to download the patches above and install them, however this removal tool will stop the Sasser worm from running, remove the items in the registry, and delete the infected files.

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How to share drives between linux and xp installed on a same computer


More info will be needed, but linux can access NTFS with read and write, nowadays.

Which linux flavor are you using?

If you are in linux you should be able to access the XP part of the harddrive. In ubuntu you would goto places, then home folder, on the left there are quick links, one should be File System. Many folders are listed once File System in choosen and you should look for the Host folder. That would be the root of the HD for the NTFS "XP" drive - You will see program files and the windows folder, etc...

This maybe different if you are not using Ubuntu, but I can help with manually mounting the drive if need be. Linux is great! =]]

G'luck

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I'm having problems upgrading from Windows ME to Windows XP Professional..


Clean the CD and see if that works. Are there any scratches on it?

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Recover my windows xp


If you are having this problem continually, then you will have to, unfortunately, reformat your drive and start over. I hope you backed up anything that you wanted to keep.

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I need help i've tried and need help bad so please get in tuch


this happened becoz u heve cancelled windos insatlltion in the middle . do one thing go to bios option by pressing f2 or del during boot up and then selct cd as primary boot device . also dont forget to selct the name of cd drive in cd drive option then try formatting the computer

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