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Toshiba 2 gig pen drive trans memory will not work on windows xp. No software came with drive.

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You will need to locate and intall Windows XP "Mass Storage Device" drivers provided by Microsoft. Although it's a rarity when they are not already installed along with windows. I'd guess there is a deeper problem that I can't finger due to a lack of information. Find those drivers and go from there.

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I want to install windows-XP-2 from my pen drive so How can i make bootable pen drive. Please quickly Answer of my Question?


first be sure a pen drive bootable option is available for your computer

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install the pen drive

get in the bios and set the boot order .. or configuration to first be your dvd/cd

then second to be your pen drive


load the dvd and go thru the standard install for xp sp2...

when you get past f8

then select the pen drive to be the install drive

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I want to make my pendrive bootable to install window xp on my computer


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I have a asus AV7 with a amd 64 bit processor 2 gigs of ram windows Xp Pro 7 dvd burners NEC 16x and 2 120 gig 133HZ.sata drives and 4 133 ATA hard drives 133 maxtor 120 gig configured in a raid stripped 0...


There is a glitch on those AV7 boards ata controler I think. Check the website for the new drivers supposedly they help, but all they did was crash my raid after I installed them. I ended up cloning the whole raid over to a single large sata drive and put in an ide to sata card (non raid unfortunately) and the problem went away. I only had the problem under very heavy disk loading. It seemed to not be quite so bad when I added some additional cooling aimed at the motherboard. As to if it will help your software problem I am unsure. However the only time mine did the mini dump was when I was doing heavy video editing work and after nixing the raid it fixed it, But then again a bad drive in a raid can cause that also.

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Wont boot 2 windows xp home when 2 gig memory installed,works with 1 gig,tried both slots with both 1 gig sticks.Screen goes black.


Seems the memory is not comatable with the motherboard. Replace the old memory and visit http://www.crucial.com, they have a scanner tool which will confirm what mem can be installed.

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Windows XP won't boot with "CREATIVE SOLUTIONS" PC


That machine is too underpowared to run xp pro.
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1.6 GHz CPU, 256MB Ram, and DirectX 9 hardware-accelerated GPU
you may get it to run but it is going to be dead slow. you will be waiting forever to load any apps with a processor under a gig, and less than 512 mhz of memory, it may work for emulation, but that's even questionable. I don't want to aggrvate you but that config is a decade old. Vista for instance needs at least 2 gigs of ram and a dualcore to run right. sorry bud, if you are dead set on it, the only thing you coula do is juice up the memory, to whatever the board is rated to take, or I would run windows 98, peace

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Usb Driver For Huawei SmartAx Mt882 for win XP professional


Windows XP Professional doesnt require USB Drivers, these Driver built in Windows XP professional 
or there already present in ur system..........

so go ahead connect anything to ur usb port(like digital camera, mouse, pen dirve, flash driver , memory card reader,..portable harddisk , digital cameras)

when u insert any of the component(for eg: pen drive) in to the usb port OS will automatically detected these devices and install USB Drivers.... dont worry... about this  and be rest assured....OS will do the work for u...............


Thanking You

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Toshiba l45-7423 laptop has two memory slots. With 512 in each, runs ok. With 2 gig in top slot, 512 in bottom slot, runs ok. with 2 gig in bottom slot, says it has memory errors. this limits me to 2.5 gig...


HI embreelynn,

just want to check, did you left the top slot open when you put the 2gig in the bottom slot, if you do, I suggest you try it with the 512 in the top slot and the 2gig in the bottom, the reason is that some mobo implements "banking" which means that you'll have to fill in the 1 mem slot before the using 2nd, 3rd and so on.

hope this helps, regards.

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Thank you for your help last time


256 mb of memory is not very much. It's the bare minimum you can get by with running Windows XP. Adding more would certainly be an improvement.
Only 1 gig of free space left on an 80 gig hard drive is not much room for Windows to work with. I would definitely try to get rid of or back up some files to make more room. You should also run a system clean up and do a defragmentation of the hard drive.

You should keep your anti virus software up to date if you have one installed. If not you can go HERE and run Trend Micro's Houscall on your PC. Viruses and Spyware will bog down a system and cause it to run extremely slow.

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