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Similar Threads - Setup cannot continue Solved Get Setup Not Complete After a Failed System Restore LADYDEEATRA, Jan 16, 2016, in forum: Windows XP Replies: 6 Views: 510 flavallee Feb 8, There is no CD in the E: drive so I guess it is referring to the Restore partion. When upgrading to SP3, it replaces OLDER OS system files with NEWER ones, and at times even additional files that did not exist previously. sign-up, it takes less than a minute and it's free! check over here
Click Disable All 5. and how do I do it?>> "Dave Patrick" wrote:>>> Are you clean installing? Malke, Mar 27, 2005 #9 Guest Guest Setup cannot continue because the version of Windows on your c news://msnews.microsoft.com/microsoft.public.windowsxp.general Peter Please reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others. ==================================================== Hi The newer ones are either compatible with any older system files left behind or all older files that would not be compatible with newer system files are also replaced and/or renamed http://ccm.net/forum/affich-687478-reinstalling-windows-xp-over-windows-7
If so, then you should run sfc > /scannow and that should resolve it. To Exit, click Cancel or click the Continue box" Unfortunately, the Continue box is not active (it's light gray in color and nothing happens when you click on it). Advertisement Rxman72 Thread Starter Joined: Sep 13, 2008 Messages: 3 I'm trying to re-install Windows XP on my Dell XPS computer.
Or lots of other issues. I guess with the updates did it make newer? Add comment Reply to this topic Ask a question Members get more answers than anonymous users. Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time?
If it doesn't then reboot again and, this time, click safe mode. Then, during the booting, you should see a message "Press ... is that just restarting my computer? http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-windows_install/setup-cannot-continue-because-the-version-of/a7f99d4c-6f43-e011-9bac-78e7d160ad4e Yes No Sorry, something has gone wrong.
Join our site today to ask your question. I guess with the updates did it make newer? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... I wanna be told so I now that that's the right one I'm suppose to do.PLEASE HELP!Robb 5 answers Last reply Jul 29, 2005 More about problem reinstall windows help AnonymousJul
Start typing the address: … CodeTwo Email Clients Outlook Advertise Here 788 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days. http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/setup-cannot-continue-because-the-version-of-windows-on-your-compu.446103/ Thank you for your help, Bob Guest, Mar 27, 2005 #1 Advertisements Rick \Nutcase\ Rogers Guest Hi, Can you boot at all, even just safe mode? Any internal USB card should also be removed. I am not exactly sure of what you suggested when you wrote "run sfc > /scannow"?
you didn't tell before that you are going to install XP Pro from XP Home.in any case, if you are having SP2 on the system and SP1 on the cd, you http://stevemattley.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-continue-because-the-version.html do that and you will be able to delete any or all partitions and recreate one or more, then proceed to formating and installing XP. Should I start the system in > Safe > Mode and try Run->sfc/scannow from there? You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB.
Of course I went for it and it removed windows 7 really smooth. willcomp, no SP3 was the only thing installed after the restore finished. The mismatch of file versions, if installed, would not allow the OS to function correctly even if the install completed and it would create a "bigger mess" than already exists. this content The > Community Newsgroup does not include a TIME stamp and I can't find a FIND / > SEARCH by User ID Try: Type Boblink in Search for: In: Windows XP
First I tried making Restore CDs, but he has never used the DVD/CD writer and I suspect it is gotten dirty as it would not read any CD. Register now Not a member yet? About the system checking versions: Set up will not allow OLDER OS system files to replace any NEWER ones existing on your system.
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I am trying to boot from/to the CD, but as I described in detail, I am unable to continue when I get the error message. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Put your XP Disc in the drive and disconnect all external peripherals except the monitor, keyboard and mouse, and be sure those are not USB, or wireless. After all, there is obviously good reason for the update to be implemented, or the work they put into the updates would be meaningless.
FYI, the WindowsXp CD contains SR1 and I > > downloaded and installed SR2 on my system. The error message is basically telling you that if you proceed with the repair install, you will have to reinstall SP2. -- Best of Luck, Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft Okay so my computer is extremely slow, and i have been hearing that you can erase everythung off of your PC by using a windows XP cd, so i went out http://stevemattley.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-continue-because-the-version-of-windows-is-newer.html And if what you say about the system checking versions, how would anyone ever upgrade to SP3?>>>> Unhiding the partition will give you access to it.
I would appreciate your help as to > > how > > to proceed / what to do next? Not to keen on partitions and the sort I could not find a solutions, I decided to install Lubuntu (light weight Ubuntu for the not so powerful computers) from a usb Any suggestions? I would appreciate your help as to how to proceed / what to do next?
If you had an XP SP3 install CD, you could run an "in place" upgrade or "repair" install that is performed from within the Windows OS environment (as opposed to booting Any > suggestions? I noticed that my system (2.4MHz > processor, 1G RAM,.....) is still extremely sluggish (it takes almost > 2 minutes to access the Internet after I press the IE icon on It copied some files instead of re-installing from Recovery partition.
Perhaps it may also be even possible to modify the Recovery Partition to SP3 and then re-hide it again for future use. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Maybe you could continue then. The Community Newsgroup does not include a TIME stamp and I > can't find a FIND / SEARCH by User ID You haven't given us enough information about your system to
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