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I cannot geet the instalation to go past computer inspection. Thus I get error 0x00008e. I have added the SCSI driver and still nothing. I tried F8 and F5 keys but nothing happends. Thanks, Kelly

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Kelly, if i am correct ur HD has errors, which is not alowing the OS to get installed....
i suggest u do a clean install
u can wipe ur HD first, a full wipe will do a good job of reseting ur HD to factory fit
use the tool called Killdisk and then install Win
go to my site www.sureshayyar.110mb.com FormatDisk page...it gives full detail on how to do it...
all the best
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