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I thought that by me saving the WPA.DBL file from system32 from my current windows install would allow me to paste this into a new install and thus not have to I've brought enough movies home from Redbox that wouldn't run, didn't look all that dirty, yet played perfectly after cleaning. I usually take the suspect drive, put it in another machine, and reformat it there. (This of course after making sure the machine can't boot from the suspect HDD. Please submit your fixes. check over here

Sep 15, 2010 #6 Guest Hello Everyone. Thanks guys, Matt. I know it outruns my wallet. I'm assuming you already know with XP you have to set your BIOS to "run HDDs as IDE" or install SATA pre-drivers . (The Intel floppy disc thingy). http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1901146/install-copy-files.html

After reinstall, slave it again and return them. After completing [if Windows is still accessible] the steps listed to prevent data loss in warning #1 and you did not remedy the no boot situation, you can use an OEM Sep 15, 2010 #2 jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 9,204 +602 google pro_seg5.swf; seems you are not alone - - Sep 15, 2010 #3 mike1959 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,025 Click on that and when it asks you if you are sure, click Yes.

Windows XP Crashed? I didn't read the whole thread again, so if this is a silly question, so what? You may need to use them after the in-place upgrade is complete. Perhaps it was wrong.

Is there another way? The wrong Virtual memory setting can affect the installation after formatting the partition???Click to expand... Windows XP In Windows XP, you can avoid having to reactivate by simply copying a file from your Windows directory and saving it external media. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/884675 To do this in Windows XP, type the following command at a command prompt: del /a /f %windir%\system32\undo_guimode.txt From the Start menu, click Run.

I had this problem about five years ago. Several years ago I had this same problem as you are reporting, which was caused by the CD drive being faulty, I had to buy a new one, then Windows XP Because you need to clear the HDD via a complete reformat, then try to install Windows. I just dont like floppies, I guess.

It copies so many files but then randomly stops stating that it can't copy a specific file, and asks me to try again or skip. but right now the install process with windows xp32 works fine but I got recently 8gb additional ram memory installed so I will try later to change the installation to xp64Click I actually nearly got to the end of copying all files until one popped up when it was nearly finished. The developers say they are in the process of trying to figure this out, but there has been no update to the program September 2013, so that's not a good sign.

Here you enter your product key and it will download the correct ISO image that can be activated for that specific key. check my blog Installing Ubuntu will overwrite Windows on your 'C' drive, so it's worth trying as it's free, and only takes 20 minutes to do.Click to expand... Do not reply on techniques of copying files etc from pre activated machines. -- Regards, Mike -- Mike Brannigan [Microsoft] This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers And after this I couldn't restart my computer, I would solve the problem with reinstalling XP again, but from this time it says it could not copy his files.

After a while it said that it's not enough memory, so I changed the values for the Virtual Memory. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Reply Reply With Quote July 24th, 2005,05:08 AM #8 Keymaker View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Banned Join Date Jan 2005 Location Loveland, CO Posts 5,489 Blog Entries2 http://stevemattley.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-copy-the-file-sp2-cab.html Does anyone have any idea why? > > --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.

This might also be the source of your original problems. That is all I was stating. Yes - Please just activate your copy as normal, either over the Internet or Telephone.

Was the 32 bit XP install done with the same DVD drive as the the 64 bit version?

See screenshot Image KB Q312369 Check the link below for an option for recovering from a non-boot event. After the reboot read Warning#2! If the hardware hasn't changed too much, you can make a backup of the information that Windows uses to ensure your copy is valid and then restore it after the reinstall, Since you are posting, you obviously have access to another PC, so you could look into the UBCD4WIN option, which is tremendously useful for all sorts of things you probably can't

However, I am (unless Microsoft reserve the right to fry my ass for doing so) entitled to backup whatever exists on my hard drive. If it works, then good for you. Another consideration of concern would be a power failure during the repair install could render your system un bootable and result in loss of data. have a peek at these guys Before, I installed Xp from my CD many times without problems.

Tweet Like Google+ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. A Repair Install will replace the system files with the files on the XP CD used for the Repair Install. I am having the same issue. Please submit your solution to fix the repair install option as not available.

The same is true if you have a Windows 8.1 key and are trying to activate Windows 8. The time now is 12:07 PM. I change the boot order so that the CD-DRIVE boots first (The Disk doesn't actually boot from the CD DRIVE, it boots from the DVD DRIVE. If the option to Repair Install is NOT available and you continue with the install; you will delete your Windows folder and the Documents and Settings folders.

repair.txt XP Repair Install in PDF XPrepairinstall Warning! #1 Should you do a repair install and is it the best choice? Couldn't sign you in, please try again. Reply Reply With Quote July 19th, 2005,08:11 AM #2 no1_vern View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ Join Date Apr 2002 Location Albany, Ga. Login _ Welcome to TechSpot Why should I register?

Backup copies of your registry files (in the %systemroot%\Repair folder) are also replaced after the in-place upgrade is complete. Please try the request again. My name is Aseem Kishore and I am a professional blogger living in Dallas, TX. You are required to accept the EULA in order to run Microsoft software. -- Carey Frisch Microsoft MVP Windows XP - Shell/User --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Carl" wrote in message: news:[email protected] > I

wpa.dbl + product activation during installation Responses to "wpa.dbl + product activation during installation" Carl Will Denny Guest Posts: n/a Re: wpa.dbl + product activation during installation Posted: 12-03-2003, 01:42