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Shuts down i start installing windows xp and it almosts finishes when the computer shuts down. And I have to start all over. What is causing this to happen.

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    Steven Burn May 11, 2010

    Have you tried copying the I386 folder to the hard drive prior to installation?

    Is it displaying an error message?

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My suggestion is that you haven't preload any type of windows and are prombally missing files that need to load,is your pc a nt 2000 ? if so you need to load previous version of windows on it then load the xp....la la linda

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Always test ram (use "memorytest86") as its a freebee and the test is exhaustive. better yet you can easily make a bootable CD thus no OS is loaded. always do this before an OS install/re-install.

as mentioned elsewhere in this thread if the OS fails to load more than likely its an obscure hardware issue. some of the anomalies I've found through the years...

ascertain that your video hardware "matches up" within the BIOS. if you have 2 CDROM drives set one set to Master (IDE) and disconnect any secondary drive. wierd thingees begin to happen on some systems if your boot drive is slave regarding an OS install.

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Go to minimal ard ware. I have seen network cards, ram, modems,cdroms,extra hard drives, higher end video cards and miscelanious other hard ware cause it. If you are having this issue go down to minimun harware one cd, one hard drive,one stick of ram, just the on board components of *********** board. That should take care of it.

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Change ram and try again


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