I was performing a fresh install of Windows XP on my HP Pavilion Desktop PC. Halfway thru during the installation process, the power went off, and the computer switched off. When I switched on PC after the power came back, I was shocked to see that after pressing a key, after the ''press any key to boot from cd'' message, nothing happens. The screen is just blank. I formatted c: and installation was half way thru when power went off. I went into setup to see if my hard disk still shows up, and luckily, i can still see it. So i believe the hard disk is safe. I dont understand what wud have caused this problem. I have installed XP many times and have nevr been caught up in such a situation. Please help. Will be greatly appreciated
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First you will need the Window 7 operating system cd. place the cd in the cd room and let the auto run take place. this is not a quick process it will take several minutes. If the operating system is not loading you may have a different problem
To fix hpzjrd01.dll errors occurring due to corrupt or incomplete installation of HP printer software, uninstall your printer driver and reinstall it again.
To ensure the HP printer software is completely uninstalled from your system, we recommend you either use the built-in Add or Remove Programs utility or use the help of a third-party uninstaller, such as Perfect Uninstaller. for more information and help click here hope this helps you.
To change the operating systems say from Windows XP to Windows Vista or Windows 7 you need to purchase Windows upgrade disk or a full version of the Windows installation disk. You boot up with this Windows installation CD to install the new operating system and follow the screen instructions.
obtain the driver from cd/dvd that was included as you purchased your desktop and try to check if the driver supports with the operating system you are using now. for example the driver available in your cd/dvd is only for windows xp and your operating system you are using now is windows vista of course driver not installed. try to download from internet the driver that are suite to your unit model and current operating system this can fixed your problem or else downgrade your os tha can support the driver that are available from your cd/dvd.
If you can boot into safe mode, then once in safe mode open system restore and then restore to a couple days prior to the install of the hp drivers. This should fix the problem. If you need to know how to get into system restore let me know your operating system (Vista or XP)
Hi there Savedump.exe is located in the folder C:\Windows\System32. The file is a Windows core system file. The program has no visible window. savedump.exe is a Microsoft signed file.
Therefore the technical security rating is 4% dangerous. Some
malware camouflage themselves as savedump.exe, particularly if they are
located in c:\windows or c:\windows\system32 folder. Thus check the
savedump.exe process on your pc whether it is pest. I recommend Security Task Manager for verifying your computer's security.
If you want to get the full potential of 64bit processor then you will have install XP X64 and yes i'm sure SP3 will install.
what is the error message that you're getting.. usually windows vista will not downgrade your operating system to windows xp. You may need to remove vista before you can load xp.
make sure to save a back up of all of your important files before you do that.