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hello darudaryl, sounds very suspicious, please try to erase your hard disc with a shredder, this can be found for example in the program called "TuneUp Utilities". you can download and install it for free on the web, it has a trial period of 30 days which is enough in my oppinion for your case. feel free to contact me if you need further assistance. regards
I think you did not the bios proper .Please go BIOS preesing the del/f2 set as by default .Or if you know well set the boot piority >1st boot =cd/dvd 2nd boot =hdd please enable your hdd from bios . I dont know how did you create and format it will be eassy if you create partition at the time installing WINDOWS . hope t will help you
Try with another fresh XP disc. Check your Bios if it shows hard disc. If bios show the HDD than its problem with your installation CD. If bios does not show HDD than check your HDD power and IDE cable. Replace IDE cable to diognose. If this does not solve, replace HDD.
I recommend that you formatt your HDD to a FAT32 system probably by using another pc then you should also ensure that your bios is setup for the appropriate operating system. maybe just download the appropriate bios files off the gigabyte web site.
A Partition error is the amount of segments that the hard-drive is split into.
For example we have 1 hard-drive Named C:/ Which Is 20 gigabytes. Then we decide that we want to use A Quarter of that drive, solely for saving games On. So 5 gigabytes Will Now Be allocated For Game-saves, This Will be known as Partition 2 Or D:/ So we now have 2 Partitions 1 is C:/ And 1 Is D:/ Partition C:/ is Currently 15 Gigabytes, And Partition D:/ is 5 Gigabytes.
Making a total Of 20 Gigabytes. So if your getting a partition error, it,s either because the game your attempting to transfer Is larger than the Partition, thats trying to receive it. You may be sending 4 gig to a 3.5 gig partition. Or your attempting to send it to a partition that is incorrect or inadequately lettered/numbered.
I hope this enables you to understand, the basics of Partitions on drives.