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Fail to load files during text mode setup

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my laptop is quite old and the OS clashed. am trying to load windows but it cannot load some Xp files during text mode setup so it terminates installation. when another RAM was used, it loaded the files but stil could not continue installation, it says my BIOS is not ACPI compliant and brings a blue screen. I tried different HDD but nothing was solved

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Maybe its a software problem, have you tried putting in a bootable XP installation CD? After the bios boot and it asks you to boot to CD, press R for repair, it will try to repair your OS, and if it is an OS problem ,then it will boot once again... If not you can try formatting your HDD and reinstalling windows...

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