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The "tfght" message means that some of the files, folders and sub folders are compressed. Boot the Windows 7 DVD, choose Custom install, on "Where do you want to
install Windows" screen, click on Load Driver. Now use the mini-explorer
which pops up to rightclick on System HD then choose Properties.
Uncheck "Compress Drive to save Disk Space" for All Files and
Sub-Folders. Restart. That should solve the problem. However you may have to start again. Click on the link below for an in-depth guide on how to dual boot XP and Windows 7.
This problem usually occur due to soft booting the machine (reset) and then it could not restart. Usually after the xp
logo screen u can only got the parser message: string table not found '42'
at line 462. (which is a registery sincronization error (r,sint)). Click the ok button many
times and your machine will boot up. Then go to control panel, user accounts, create new account.
soft boot your machine again log onto new account and delete all files
found in file search with stylexp and tgtsoft in them. Tthen log
off and restart and log on as usual user (p.s. administrater
privalidges required on both) and delete the new logon account. Hope this will fix the problem, otherwise you have to format your hard disc and reinstall your OS.
try doing a "repair"
1)intall xp cd.(cancle all popups)
2)restart comp,and go into "setup",or "bios"
3)change boot-order to "cd"first.
4)xp setup screen will apear,folow all steps,till it gives you the choice to "repair"
--it will look like its installing xp,but in the end it will repair your "boot sector"
RIGHT Click... My Computer From the menu choose Properties Click the Advanced tab Click Startup and Recovery Under the system failure area take the check OUT of the box that says Automatically Restart.
Windows XP sucks on 128MB, get yourself more memory, go to 1 Gig. Your problem could also be hardware such as a power supply so re-comment if the suggestion did not work for you.
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