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I installed windows XP no sound was heared when even booting my pc

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Update ur sound driver and do reginout to fix ur problem

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Acer aspire one nav50 how to install windows on new hard drive


To install windows on a hard drive you have to boot from a CD with windows XP on, after which it will ask you to press a button.
After which you can follow the setup instructions in windows XP.

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I use hp nx9010, i want to re-install windows xp but any time i try, the machine shutdown. sometimes is able to move up to copping files sometimes not then shutdown; i don't understand why is only windows...


well that is so easy to answer,
first off you are not using real HP disks are you.
sure. its old Blue Microsoft disks right,
and when you do that wrong, you get no HP chip drivers and lost more missing, even top row, fn keys dead, not just audio.

XP is a dead OS. for 3 years now, zero updates and is now a virus magnet extream.
nx9010 note book shuts down, all 3 os install different. !
old XP runs a very old and very DUMBB seteup.,exe
the newer OS run WINPE for setup.exe. vastly better and boots and loads the OS totally different.

Xp can be installed many ways, not one stated by you.

1-insert, HP install disk in CDROM drive and click, setup.exe running in a XP explorer window, live install
2: boot to HP install disk.
3: boot and hit F11 run HPs on HDD restore partition.
4: same as a above 1, or 2, but is Micro soft disk (wrong, you did it wrong, do not use mS disk) if must ask how, its a long long long story. ive done it all ways, 1000s of time. now since first PC.s ever.



if booting to XP , right or wrong CD. (its a CD right<)> or a stick
that too not stated,
it boots and you answer questions, then it starts copying
if it stalls that means, the CD is bad.
or PC is bad, you do know there are 3million transistors here to fail right? bad HDD, bad Mobo, and more. lots more
even the CPU can over heat and will shut down.

Personally I avoid all CD nows, they sux'd then and do now more.
make and ISO of your CD, (ask its easy and free)
then burn the ISO to a 4GB or bigger uSB memory stick using free RUFUS app.
boot to stick. on my HP hit F9 and pick Udisk USB. boot
bingo no more CD errors ever again.

i bet bad CD. seen it vast times, endless , but not today. too savvy now. to mess with any CD, if you copy it to ISO and get CRC errors
its a bad CD.
end pain.

the problem with real old PC most cant boot to USB
or must be BIOS flashed updated to get that.
ill now ill try to learn what yours can or can not do.
lacking ,what is there now.
but id do this first. go in to BIOS BOOT PAGE

What is the default boot order? The default boot order settings for the computer are configured in the factory. The default boot order for HP notebook PCs is listed below.
  1. Floppy disk drive
  2. Optical drive (DVD, CD-ROM)
  3. Hard drive
  4. USB device (see this?) bingo, can boot and install any OS here
  5. Network adapter

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Satellite A55-S3061 looping


sounds like it may be hard drive problem....install a new hard drive and put windows xp on...

Jun 12, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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It is running very VERY VERY slow. I thought reinstalling windows xp and drivers may solve problem but did not. I booted the system from C drive with windows xp pro in he system. It formats the hard drive,...


You may want to check the hard drive - sounds like it may be starting to fail. When it reaches the point of not continuing does it start to click? If you hear clicking then the drive is having issues and its time for a new one.

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My hp 530 does not boot,i dont hear any beeps,no displays. Yet previously it did.This has happened after i changed form Vista to Windows XP pack3. it behaves like there is no power ! even the power supply...


I had a major Problem causing similar boot problems with the Widows Vista Update on November 11, 2009.

I had to revert to last working load and then was required to re-download and reinstall same Windows Vista Update (it was a long slow uptdate). Now my system is especially SLOW!

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Sound device


You will need to install XP specific drivers in order to get full functionality out of your XP boot. You can find all of the drivers you need here:
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareList?os=228&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&product=3180329&lang=en

Dec 29, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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No sound


When you reformated your computer, you got rid of all your drivers which Windows XP will not put on. You need your motherboard chipset driver disc.

Realtek Here is the link where you can find your driver.
If you can tell me the model of your realtek driver, I can help you more.

Oct 20, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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I turn my computer off and back on i hear the music but i get a black screen


Try and do a XP repair: Boot the PC with a Win XP cd.
When you boot with the Win XP install CD-ROM, it loads a minimal operating system, similar to DOS, but compatible with Win XP. At the first screen you select install Win XP (not Recovery Console) and at the next screen it will find that you already have Win XP and offer to attempt a repair. This repair should not touch your applications, it just reinstalls the Windows files. This is great because when it works you don't need to reinstall all your software.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

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Booting problem


apparently the boot setup screw up.
my best suggestion is to restore windows after you found a way to save all your files....

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