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Do you know how to enter you computers bios?
to do this u should restart system the press DEL or F1 or F2 which ever is relivant to ur system u should now be
in the bios, here you will see a list of options i would like u to find the
bios default option or a resote factory defaults option and press enter on it it will ask do u want to y/n we want to yes then press enter defaults will now be restored now press f10 or find save and exit and then enter on it DONE. ur system will now restart make sure xp cdrom is in drive and install

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When my computer starts on window xp blue screen appears with fatal system error last time i will update my pc to sp3 and install . installing takes too much time i will unpluged the computer and then...

when your computer is updating do not turn off or shut down your computer this will be the reason for your windows operating system crash. just let the windows update to finish. this this type of error you will need to contact your computer manufacturer or try re-installing your windows XP. If you wish to reformat your computer make sure to back up all your files first.

Sep 10, 2011 | Intel Motherboards

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Can not installing windows xp & cant detecting the sata hard drive how can i installed the sata drivers

The problem is that XPinstallation CD does not have a SATA driver, unless you have a SATA drive on adisk etc. and can install the driver when XP asks for a hard drive driver then,XP cannot detect the hard disk and therefore won't install XP. The FIX. Go into the BIOS anddisable the SATA drive, this will make XP think it is a IDE/PATA hard disk.Then install XP normally. After Windows XP is installed then install all the device drivers (including the SATAdriver), then shut down and boot up and got into the BIOS and enable the SATAdrive.

Dec 15, 2010 | ASUS P5RD1-VM Motherboard

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Cant we install multiple OS if i install multiple OS only the new OS will be booted the recent OS will be gone

that is because you are installing over the old one or simply upgrading the old OS, if you want a "multiboot" system each OS has to have its own directory on the drive, IE windows vista installed to c:\winvista and windows XP installed to c:\winxp your c:\boot.ini file which is where boot information is stored should update itself automatically, i do not suggest messing around in this file if you do not know exactly what you are doing as you could render the system unbootable

Feb 25, 2010 | Intel DG31PR Motherboard

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I want to format and go back to windows XP on the machine, but Im unable to delete the raid setup

Shut down your system. Other than the primary master drive, disconnect the data cable to all other drives.
Enter your bios. Change the raid setting to Disable or to SATA. Save & exit. Load your Windows CD. Format & install.


Oct 02, 2009 | Intel S875WP1-E (0735858161398)...

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How can i install a 320GB sata II hd using Win XP without that jurassic 1.44 damned Disk ?

You can slipstream the drivers from the floppy into an ISO image of the Windows XP installation CD using a program like nLite.
You can then burn the slipstream ISO image into a CD & use it to boot & install Windows XP without the need to use the floppy disk.

You can download nLite at the following link:
After downloading the installer, install the program & start using it.

The following link describes how to use nLite to slipstraem the SATA drivers into the Windows XP installation CD.

I tried this myself, & it worked without problems. I now no longer need to use the floppy drive when installing Windows XP on my system.

Jul 19, 2009 | Asrock P4V88 (P4V88 RAID) Motherboard

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Installing windows xp on my SATA h.d. and setup program cant find

Lookup your Motherboards Brand and Model. Google to find the Brands website, as most brands have a download section. Look for a file in downloads for YOUR MODEL motherboard with a name along the lines of SATA RAID DRIVER, download it and follow the manufacturers instructions for using it. Most will want you to copy all the files inside the SATA RAID DRIVER zip file onto a floppy and when windows xp setup is loading at the bottom one of the first things it says is "Press F6 and insert the SATA RAID Driver floppy diskette you just made. Then you are allowed to select the required driver for your motherboards SATA chip. Allowing windows to know what settings to use to communicate and see your drive. Hope this helps.

Jun 20, 2009 | Motherboards

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I disabled the lan and when i enabled it again it won't work

Hi, well now you have windows registry confused. The PCI card may have come with software & you installed it. (See if its listed in add/remove programs & uninstall it), than go to this link & download the free software to clean your registry. (Keep the onboard lan disabled in the bios).
When the program finishes close the program & shut down the system. Than boot the system & enter the bios. Enable the onboard lan. Save & exit. With any luck windows will see your lan & ask for the software. You can use the CD to guide windows to the lad driver software or you can download it from ECS. The online lan may be a bit newer or may not be. Click here to go to ECS web site:
If you are running XP install through windows device manager.
Run into trouble, just let me know what the trouble is & we'll go from there.
Good luck!

Sep 28, 2008 | EliteGroup 915G-M Motherboard

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About windows setup

Hi niket_shah, sorry but you're board Asus M2N-MX, does support Win XP SP2.
Chances are that while installing windows updates one or more updates failed. People like myself know from repairing PC's which updates need to be installed first. If you're Win XP SP2 did not or would not install than either the Win CD is not a valid Microsoft Win XP SP2 CD or (You have a copy) & there is something wrong with the CD. After a fresh (New install) of Win XP with SP2 there is more than 90+ updates for SP2 which must be downloaded through windows update program. Or you're windows will not function properly.
Just to show you what versions of windows the M2N-MX board does support. Click the link listed below. Once the link loads click the + sign next to Audio. Scroll down the page an notice the different Window version listed for you're board.
To recap this issue. The problem is either the WinCD or possibly you're hard drive. Make sure you allow windows to perform a full format before installing window. (Not a quick format).


Apr 12, 2008 | ASUS M2N-MX Motherboard

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Motherboard won't power up past the onboard green light

I have only had this kind of problem in the past with generic *white box* computers, never from Dells, HPs or other name machines. I have always believed that this was probably due to the equipment not being adequately tested and thus not appearing on Microsoft?s hardware compatibility list. More recently problems like this have worked out to be problem processors, motherboards and sometimes memory. As you would suspect all the diagnostics tests worked out fine, but never the less replacing them made the problem go away. Since the motherboard is new I would suspect the parts recycled from your old machine. If this is not part of a Windows business network a trick you might try is installing the hard drive on another PC and install XP there. Then remove the hard drive and reinstall it on the original PC. If it works all you will have to do is install your drivers and you?re good to go. I?ve done this on two PCs, giving full warning to the owners. Years later the machines are still running strong with no problems. Good luck, let us know if you have any other questions and please don?t forget to rate this post.

Mar 31, 2007 | ASUS P5LD2-VM Motherboard

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