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looks like a windows-related problem. try if your keyboard works at all by entering bios but do not change anything. just quit saving no changes. does it work? if yes, possibly a windows error. to check : - try booting from a windows-cd(XP), not from harddisk, without going through install process, execute the repair process instead. - reboot from your harddisk in safe mode. everything o.k.?
if still the problem, and don't have any personal data you might loose on harddisk(hdd) reinstall windows xp anew, but this time let it format the hdd fully, then go on installing a clean, new copy of win XP. when still facing the problem, plse come again
you need your windows xp disc preferably slip streamed with SP 2 or SP 3 and then you should be able to install it onto your sata hard drive.
If you are having issues then you may need to extract the sata drivers onto a memory stick or floppy disk and press F6 before windows xp loads and specify to use the sata drivers which you can download from the motherboards manufacturers website generally as a zip file which you will first need to extract into a folder.
If that does not work using the memory stick you can use nlite to slipstream the drivers with your windows xp disc : Nlite download
go to your bios setup
go to advanced option your sata hdd is disable enable it.
if it is enable then boot your sys with bootable disk
go to dos mode.
4 TO DISPLAY INFO OYUR PARTITION.
IF YOUR PARTITION ARE NON DOSE DELETE IT
THEN RESTART YOUR SYS.
U CAN INSTALL XP NOW.
Check the SATA/RAID controller setting.
It could have been set to [Disabled]
Refer to your user?s manual for a detailed description on how to enable the onboard SATA/RAID controller by adjusting the jumper or BIOS settings.