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It can only really be 4 things. When I pop in the XP cd it loads the files, but as soon as the cd needs to wright any info to the hard drive it restarts. great sharing, thanks… jdzane Says: November 3rd, 2010 at 2:57 am Hi.  I'm also having the error message File\ $WIN_NT$.~BT\biosinfo.inf could not be loaded The error code is 14 Setup Har Telia börjat blockera VPN-tjänster? check over here

In this situation you can install Windows XP by formatting the Windows 7 drive with your USB drive that you make for installation. Reply fyrb0t : Tanmay thank you for this method but it is not complete……… everybody, guys, listen up i found a way to address the problem that after successful install of I turned off the UAC and still it shows only my pen drive as the available drive to install xp. PLEASE HEEEELPPP!!!

Once you make your USB stick ready to boot Windows XP, you can use it to install Windows XP at any computer though it does not have any optical disk drive. Thanks Ron Reply Tanmay : Puja: First make sure that the source Disk of Windows XP is not corrupted and your CD drive is reading the data from it properly (in Hepl me! and I can't install a ME even.

Ken ChuckB_38 June 16, 2009 5:44:28 PM I just finished loading XP on a new HDD on my Acer 5315. the HUtil had an option for HD erase.. will let ya know how far i have progressed or regressed :) 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Ran UBCD by asher2jk · 9 years ago In reply to Ressurecting a HD This works perfectly and quick.

My usb drive letter is D. Which is ok, since you haven't loaded it. While start up make sure that you set the first boot choice as your USB drive. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-windows_install/how-do-i-copy-windows-xp-installation-files-to-the/10b36cda-cf15-49cd-ba49-2d02e52add68 Thanks for sharing.

Again, input 4 and press the Enter key. When i choose  D it says invalid drive letter. Help, please. Reply Tanmay : I don't know about your hardware configuration.

Reply cosmin : Setup cannot access CD containing the Windows XP Installation files. http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1249 Please do read them carefully. Switch off your computer, wait 5 minutes, switch on again and it will boot without asking for the USB. …that is what i found. I changed the partition numbers from 1 to 2 & so far so good! Vox Says: September 16th, 2010 at 12:22 am When I get to the list of drives

when i selected the option it says (windows root/system32/hal.dll) file corrupt or missing. check my blog I don't have a xp cd but a copy of that. keep it up. I noticed that the code for binifix4.cmd along with undoren.cmd and ren_fold.cmd read: 100,,,,,,_x,2,0,0 which differed from the other million files which read: 1,,,,,,3_,2,0,0,,1,2 simply changing the 100 to a 1

Please assist… Matty Says: February 18th, 2011 at 9:14 pm Here is what i suspect the issue is with biosinfo.inf. Then click on ‘Safely Remove Hardware', let it stop the usb stick then remove it. krosloniec49426 June 18, 2009 2:51:10 AM I searched the web for the Pxe-e61 message and it means an OS cannot be found and it's trying to boot from a network. http://stevemattley.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-find-the-temporary-installation-files-windows-xp.html The other day I had sound problem and reinstalled the sound driver and rebooted the laptop but it would not reboot with "UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME".

No need to run the whole process again. 2. I waited for more than 5 minutes. Can you return the board if it doesn't work?

If you are using any other computer to prepare the USB, the CD/DVD drive to copy the xp file, may be the CD/DVD drive is not able read properly.

If you are using a USB hard drive then Select No. ChuckB_38 June 17, 2009 5:46:08 PM In your Bios check heading 'Main' it contains time, date, memory, etc. Thank you very much for the time. Prasanna Says: April 12th, 2009 at 4:50 pm Thanks a lot..I tried this and it worked.. vikas Says: April 14th, 2009 at Now restart the system with USB (Option 2.) and after login in XP change boot.ini file For changing in boot.ini file follow these steps:- Right click on My ComputeràPropertiesàAdvancedàIn Startup &

To do this, boot your computer from the UBCD cd. There could be a bent pin or one not making contact or 2 pins pushed together. How do i copy the files from CD to hard disk and do the install from there? have a peek at these guys Home About Us Contact Us Privacy Policy Blogger Tips Cameras Computers Gadgets How To Internet Mobiles Software Solutions Windows Install Windows XP from USB Disk Drive March 27th, 2009 | 149

Again use BIOS settings to make this happen. At the boot menu choose Hard Disk tools, then select shdiag (try latest version listed, then work backwards if they do not work). file. please help. Brian Says: March 12th, 2011 at 11:07 pm Thank you so much for this walk through.

bcoz i solved this problem in my case cheers!!!!!! dips Says: September 8th, 2009 at 1:07 am many many thanks to ALL of you for this thread…….. Please help me, I have an Advent 7060 laptop that will not start just keep booting over and over normal and safe, the CD/DVD Drive has failed so I can not Then we will boot up from the USB Drive and prepare for installation. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign Up All Content All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced Search Facebook Twitter Google

Do you have a freezer? you have to start all over again. this will make feel comfotable. To quit Setup, press F3. A Says: August 18th, 2009 at 1:46 am Great!

I have the network adapter and the floppy disabled in BIOS. It creates the new temporary image and makes a copy of it to the USB Flash Drive. Is there anyway That I could resolve this issue on VISTA cuz my CD/DVD Rom Not working.