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Re: When I am trying to load OS XP it is not working, but...
I think the hard disk might have got crashed or the cd from which your installing may consists some error (or it is unreadable ) ... just try with other cd .... or you might have installed some upgraded version of windows than the XP just for example :vista or media center etc ..... or you might be trying to install the XP in the drive which consist of the upgraded version of windows than the XP .... just check these things and reply me ... and tell me the what exactly error message you are getting while you go to install the XP ...
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When you run the Motherboard Auto install program does it stop and give you the error message that it cannot continue? If the Auto install program doesn't work then why don't you try this:
Open My Computer, Right click on the CD Drive with the install CD. and Then click Explore, NOT OPEN. If you click open then it will try to auto install again and it will give you the same error message. After clicking Explore find the folder that has the Audio drivers. Open it and start trying to manually install each driver. When you open each one and attempt the install these drivers, one of two things will happen. They will either install for you or it will give you a message that you do not have that type of hardware on your system and it will not install. Eventually the audio drivers will install and you should have you speakers working.
Sounds like it is a hard disk issue. Corrupted MBR. Or missing Boot Loader. Your partition must be Fat32 since Win98 won't recognize NTFS. Try running chkdsk if not successful than repartition and format. BIOS is OK since you stated it will install windows. Corrupted BIOS won't allow pc to load. From a win98 bootdisk choose not to load cd. From the dos prompt type FDISK /Status If more than 1 partition check active partition settings.