Question about ViewSonic Tablet PC V1100
Hello, first of all, the XP media has to be "bootable". Now, you will have to format the hdd so that the Linux partition can be deleted. When this is completed, recreate the partition, generally XP will do this for you, try booting with the restore cd's again and it should work, start the install....cheers
Posted on Feb 23, 2015
> check the disk
Check for scratches on the media.
Also, it could be "bad" RAM in the computer that is creating "random" problems, which could be reported by the B.S.O.D.
If the computer has multiple sticks of RAM, remove one, and try again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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