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I am attempting to reinstall xp using my recovery CDs but get a message saying 'Error 5' Glue parts error. To what does this refer?

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  • ryderguitari Nov 13, 2009

    Sure is! A Packard Bell iMedia 1437. Many thanks for responding so soon. Ken.

  • ryderguitari Nov 13, 2009

    I run the setup disks & the recovery system goes thro' at a rate of knots, not readable, then the packard bell logo appears & fronted by the 'glue' info. Ken

  • Alex Howard
    Alex Howard May 11, 2010

    At what point in the process does this error show up?

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas May 11, 2010

    Hi! Is that an BackardBell computer you have`? Cos that ""error 5 Glue Parts" error is common on PackardBell computers. Nic

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Try booting to the CD through Boot Device Menu(F11 - F12 on most brans) if this does not work freah install Windows instead of the recovery disc.

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