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It is a sound objective. Here’s how I was able to install WinXP: The attached photo shows an example of a connector bezel not the correct one for this motherboard.
What is going on? Set FSB at lowest setting, also with motherboard jumper. I have not tried the IDE Version 1.
I determined that there were no hardware problems, so the fault was probably with the OS, APIC mode settings or with my computer’s problem with recognizing the XP installation sequence. First things first, I’ll assume we are talking about XP. I don’t know that you will lose any noticeable performance but this is my least favorite method. But this problem threw me for a loop. I no longer receive that prompt during POST. In bios make sure you only have boot from cd selected disable all others.
I’d prefer to do a fresh install rather than bring over all the trash I have the registry. I loaded windows on a 32G flash drive not the one used now 2 days ago with no issue other than blue screen of death after XP rebooted PC to install windows. Press any key eg. I do believe it is being reconized now.
Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. I have been reading some old threads raif for answers to my problem. Here’s where the rub comes in: Press any key to boot from CD Skip to main content. Again, the problem I’m having is getting windows installed on the sata drives.
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The screen should then change to Windows Setup with a blue background. Thank you all for all the help! When you boot from an XP installation CD, what exactly happens?
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I added the kernel boot options Code:. The only thing I can think of offering you at this stage is a step-by-step walk-through with pics, one-step-at-a-time so we both know exactly what is going on. Well which BIOS for the motherboard are you using? They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. My idea was to let the installation go overnight while placing a floppy in the drive so that the file install phase comes to a halt by itself, unattended.
When you have the drivers installed and the system reboots, disable the boot from cd also. Also running XP on it.