Hawig troble with this file vga64k during the proces of instalation of windows xp sp2 on dell optiplex gx 110 (p3 733 256 mb pc 133 40gb hdd seagate barakuda ata4) finalizing instalation cant continue bekose of this file vga64k :( i try 10 times stilthis file is the problem .please help me
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From the research I've done, it sounds like an issue with a (possibly corrupt) file in the video driver. Most people are recommending another video card be installed temporarily, to complete the windows installation. After that, you can uninstall the original video driver, shut down, then restart to have Windows reinstall the original video again.
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If you go to this site, you can get all of the drivers for the Optiplex GX 520. Please make sure you select the correct version of Windows that you are running (Windows XP, Vista, or 7). Then, select "Audio" from the drop-down list, and download the driver for ADI 198x Integrated Audio.
There would usually be information on the blue screen to help us diagnose the problem but there is more comment that needs to be made. If you still have just the 128M of ram and the 10G hard drive then forget installing xp. xp needs a minimum of 1G ram to work in and that is the maximum your machine can hold. Secondly, the 10G hard drive will only just work when you have got SP2 & 3 installed - there will be no room left for anything else.
Additionally, this machine will be quite slow with a P3 processor running at 733M but it's your choice.
If you want to install xp on this machine I would suggest getting the ram to maximum and a larger hard drive installed before continuing. If you have already done this then please get back to us with any error message that may be on the blue screen.
I have experienced this problem as well, it is either the CD is scratch
or the CD-rom lens needs cleaning, however it can read the content of
the CD, I would susgest you try a another CD-rom ,
borrow it from a friend. It works for me.