When trying to install a newly created CD on WIN Pro and XP-Pro, keep
getting message "cannot find oc25.dll". No problem using Win98, ME, or XP-
Copied the dll to the system32 folder and tried again. It would load -
unacceptably slow - then, when trying to navitage would hang up.
Does anyone have a solution?
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Re: Problem w/ WIN2000 Pro & XP Pro
HERE IS THE SOLUTION : click on the link given below and find oc25.dll....if you are unable to find press keyboard key cntrl + f .A dialog box will appear now type oc25.dll and hit find key and you will find the oc25.dll .click on that file to download it to your computer.
Once you have downloaded the file you are looking for you still need to
make sure Windows or the program causing the error can find it. Follow
1. If you are encountering an error with Windows... The
file you downloaded needs to be placed into the Windows System
directory. On most machines this is one of the following locations: C:\Windows\System (Windows 95/98/Me), C:\WINNT\System32 (Windows NT/2000), or C:\Windows\System32 (Windows XP).
If you are encountering an error with a particular program... The
file most likely needs to be in this program's directory. This
directory is where the program is installed (i.e. c:\Program
If this step solves the problem, you do not need to complete step 2.
You may to register this file with Windows. Click on the Start Menu and
then on 'Run'. If you are replacing a Windows system file, type the
following command: regsvr32 \windows\system\file.dll (Windows 95/98/ME), regsvr32 \WINNT\system32\file.dll (Windows NT/2000), or regsvr32 \windows\system32\file.dll (Windows XP).
For example, 'regsvr32 \windows\system\apphelp.dll'
you are replacing a file for another program, change the directory
where appropriate. For example, 'regsvr32 \program files\Norton\xyz.dll'
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Those error codes don't really mean very much to the general consumer, but blue screens of deaths are caused by bad RAM memory in your computer, not viruses. I'm going to take a guess that your computer is either several years old and/or it constantly get quite warm? Heat can shorten the life of computer components by quite a bit. You may need to get one of your RAM cards replaced to solve this issue.
There's a free program called Memtest86 that you can run to determine if this is the case. It will scan all your memory and look for bad sectors. You can download it here: http://www.memtest86.com/ and burn it to a CD. What it does is create a bootable CD that will execute the program as the computer turns on to scan all the memory. There are full instructions on their website. The process can take an hour or two depending on how much memory your computer has, and if it turns up any bad sectors then you know what your problem is.
A computer can run with bad sectors in the memory, but it makes it unstable that it will keep bluescreening, so if you have bad sectors in your memory it might be better just to replace the RAM. Luckily, this isn't too expensive. For instance, if your computer has 4GB of memory, it probably has 2 2GB RAM cards installed. You can get a 2GB replacement notebook memory for, I'd say $30 or $40. Installing RAM is very simple, and if you're willing to install it yourself, it won't cost you more than that.
If you have a valid Win XP Pro CD and want to install the operating system you'll need to format your hard disk drive. If you have allot of data on you're hard disk drive, (In Win 2000) Suggest you create a second partition within the free space of you're hdd and install windows XP Pro. Boot you're system with the XP CD. Pay close attention to the display screens. Follow the instructions for creating a second partition.
Format the new partition. (Quick). Install windows XP on the new partition. Once completed you can copy your personal data to win XP.
If you choose to keep the win 2000 partition and you do not wish to have a dual boot system than remove/delete the root files from the 2000 partition. These files; Autoexec.bat and Boot.ini. You're new XP Boot.ini should read like this;
[boot loader] timeout=30 default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS [operating systems] multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect /usepmtimer
Once you're satisfied an no longer need win 2000 use windows diskmgmt.msc from the run command to delete the win 2000 partition.
Win 2000 uses a FAT16 where Win XP uses the FAT NTFS.
do you want to reactivate the win220 pro installation on the harddisk which now you cannot access? insert win xp pro install cd and run the repair process or if you have partioned the harddisk, simply do a new install on another partition, mark this active and now you should be able to boot up and access the old installation. copy the non-microsoft programs plus personal data (everything that is not in the windows folder) to the new installation, then run every single program from the new installation
1. Boot from the CD and start the installer 2. Choose to install onto the already formatted partition with the unbootable Windows, but opt to leave the existing filesystem and any other OSes alone. Choosing this will require you to create another folder for Windows to avoid writing over the existing installation. I usually call the new folder "WINXP." 3. Install Windows as you would normally, you'll need a Product Key but you can actually use your personal key on someone else's computer with no danger to you losing it or being accused of piracy, I'll explain this later. 4. Boot the NEW Windows XP install. Do not "Activate" or "register," you're going to be deleting this copy of Windows from the machine if all goes well. 5. Edit the BOOT.INI on the hard drive from the original installation of Windows with the corrupted HAL. This file should be in C:\ (may be hidden) Sample BOOT.INI for XP Pro
Microsoft wrote:[boot loader] timeout=10 default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS [operating systems] multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /NOEXECUTE=OPTIN /FASTDETECT
6. Go to C:\WINXP\system32\hal.dll (where "WINXP" is the folder you installed the second copy of Windows XP) and copy it from the new Windows to C:\WINDOWS\system32\hal.dll (or wherever you installed Windows XP originally, I use "WINDOWS" but some people use strange folder names for their XP) and overwrite any file there. The new hal.dll is uncorrupt and newly regenerated. The file is specific to each machine's hardware configuration and we needed to rebuild it. The installer did that for us with the new installation. 7. Try rebooting your computer to see if you can get into your OLD Windows installation. If you can, congratulations! 8. DELETE the "WINXP" folder (or wherever you put your new Windows install).
Why would you torture yourself with that old thing? Yeah, you can create more boot script lines...they should designate the proper root for the second volume and that ought to fix any missing file issues if indeed ICG32.dll and company are where they started....
I install the winxp in MS9158E matsonic motherboard and after installation sound card not working. Mean sound not coming and i search the drivers from website but i didn't found the sound driver from web. So, I request you to please help me for download the driver for specific motherboard.