The hard drive could be failing You need to check the harddrive and memory as I indicate in post #3 and #5 __________________ AIDA64 | Power supply info | Memtest86+ | Though the copy of Vista might. But you have to use verified drivers to expect trouble-free operation. So I set up he install and all goes fine until the registering compnets "10 minutes till complete" and the screen just hangs. weblink
Blaq Windows XP Help and Support 1 13th May 2014 02:42 AM Error Message During Reboot sparker781 Windows XP Help and Support 3 15th January 2014 03:28 AM Repair install stuck Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. The adjustment varies so here are some examples I have accumulated: The adjustment is made in the BIOS and could be under Integrated Peripherals, SATA Device Configuration, SATA Mode. I usually do a repair instal on a new mother baoard with a Promise ide controller and use the F-6 to load the driver, like a SCSI device. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/win-xp-setup-problem-31381/
I found nothing, other that what I talked about, that might cause your problem. Let me tell you my story... I'll give an update as to if/when it freezes and what happens after I disable USB in BIOS. A copy of Falcon or Hiren's BOOT CD is a good idea here.
Have you followed these basic rules? Usually F1 or F2 or the Del key. Enjoy, John.EDIT: Corrected name, sorry about that. It would be best if all partitions removed with Fdisk or, better yet, a utility from the drives manufacturer that would fully test and erase it.
Louis, Mo, USA Posts 12,242 Originally posted by NaughtyDog Primary = Hard Drive - jumpered as master - on middle of cable(changed to end) Secondary = CDRom - jumpered as master- Click here to join today! Last edited by tyamada; April 15th, 2005 at 10:02 AM. i thought about this Please give the graphic driver a try and let us know.
Thats why i am thinking to try with D drive. Posts 21,224 INFO: Windows XP Setup Stops Responding http://discussions.virtualdr.com/sho...t=installation "Common Sense is a flower that doesn't grow in everyone's garden." Reply With Quote December 2nd, 2004,08:22 PM #3 SuperSparks View Profile I didn't manage to find anything specifically relating to '9 minutes remaining' or 'registering components' on Microsoft. Secondary, IDE2 = HD2 jumpered as Master, on end of cable, CDRW jumpered as Slave, on middle connector The Money Trap = Intel i7 930 | Corsair H70 | ASUS P6X58D-E
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xMyKeTx, Apr 29, 2008 #5 mozzacajun Joined: Apr 1, 2008 Messages: 146 try disabling your usb ports in the bios, you may need to install the drivers before enabling them have a peek at these guys What kind of Widows CD to you have - Recovery, Retail, OEM or other? Can you get a copy of Hiren's or Falcon and see if you can install their installation, of your machine. It looks as if the drive is writing, but it doesn't do anything.Any help would be appreciated.
Then you do what you need to do (run chkdsk /r), then change the BIOS back to the original settings when you are done. I did a memtest86 and it retuned with no errors. It might be a motherboard device or some such. check over here Mind you, I am NOT a handware specialist, though not a n00b either to computers.
This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. It restarted setup and continued to the same point.I then tried this cycle three more times before I gave up. Try a pin keyboard if you've got one laying around.
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