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Thanks again. 0 LVL 10 Overall: Level 10 Windows XP 5 Message Active today Assisted Solution by:Horn E. The 2nd Partition (D:) on the first HD is about 440GB and I think it has around half of that free. If I put my HD on the other blue IDE channel...the BIOS cant detect it Reply With Quote 01-06-2004,04:36 PM #10 Graphic67 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Joined Jan What's on the 2nd disk? Source

Assuming the imaging works without any problems, and I then proceed to do a hard format on the first HD and reinstall Windows, how would I then restore the image? Hot Deals and Sponsor Specials Suggestions and Feedback « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More... Windows Freezes during Initial Setup Started by Anterrio , Feb 12 2008 08:06 PM Please log in to reply 6 replies to this topic #1 Anterrio Anterrio New Member New Member

Check out the forums and get free advice from the experts. SMART doesn't tell you anything about performance. Towed earned 250 total points ID: 246189922009-06-13 You may have a memory [ RAM ] issue. Towed ID: 246160312009-06-12 *UBCD 0 LVL 87 Overall: Level 87 Windows XP 24 Message Active today Assisted Solution by:rindi rindi earned 250 total points ID: 246160472009-06-12 These tools run under

Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. any help would be great i been trying this for over a week now and im officially stuck.Its a Compaq Presario SR2050NX 250gb sata hard drivei know nothing more about it so my questions are:-Does gateway sell recovery disks? Also I want to mention, that if i disconnect the HD all together, the whole windows setup loads a lot faster.

When asked for XP installation, type 1 (assuming you have only one operating system installed). A black DOS-like screen will show up. scnrfrqDec 10, 2012, 9:47 PM Cyberat_88 said: XP sees SATA as SCSI and drives are invisible without chipset drivers, it's the case in most older MBs too. Cluster headaches forced retirement of Tom in 2007, and the site was renamed "What the Tech".

in the motherboard manual for installation, it shows the same processor and fan I'm using. 6 Make sure that you are happy with the "location" of the mobo and you do Thanks again. 0 LVL 10 Overall: Level 10 Windows XP 5 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Horn E. Towed ID: 246630872009-06-18 Glad to have been able to help! This is the closest I can come up with by scouring the HP site, however it states that this is for Notebook models and the OP states is a desktop.

It's still a good idea to have a backup of the D: partition anyway, but I might re-try installing Windows directly before formatting the entire drive after this imaging is complete XP will use either but NTFS is much much better. Make Google your friend too. A power failure caused it to reboot and it now comes up with the Unmountable Boot Volume Blue Screen.

I've had to do this twice in the past and everything's been fine afterwards. this contact form Have you any idea why it's doing this and how I can get round it? XP Installation Problems Started by StevesPrettyCool , May 28 2011 08:59 PM Please log in to reply 12 replies to this topic #1 StevesPrettyCool StevesPrettyCool Members 6 posts OFFLINE Local I set the HD to master and the CDrom to slave.

They may send a CD to fix it. Apparently some sort of corruption in the low level formatting. Abit AT7-Max2 (DD bios) Athlon Thoroughbred 'A' 1800+ @ 1830 (2250+) 11x166, Vcore=1.70 0.5 GB Samsung PC2700 DDR -- ATI Radeon 9700 Pro Western Digital 60GB -- Western Digital 160GB -- have a peek here Check out our E-book LVL 3 Overall: Level 3 Windows XP 1 Message Author Comment by:cwilliambrown ID: 245639922009-06-06 Hitachi's DFT returned the failure code: "0x73 - Defective Device.

Towed ID: 246229962009-06-14 That speed is not normal. I did a cold restart on my computer while in Windows XP and now it hangs while loading. Back to top #5 StevesPrettyCool StevesPrettyCool Topic Starter Members 6 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:31 PM Posted 28 May 2011 - 10:31 PM well i been in the bios menus many

Thanks for your continued help solving this mystery. 0 LVL 87 Overall: Level 87 Windows XP 24 Message Active today Expert Comment by:rindi ID: 246187842009-06-13 One of the tools mentioned

I have scoured the web and cannot find anything that will help me. The same thing happens when I enter recovery console. Back to top Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Microsoft There are speed tests for HD's that usually run under windows (I think the UBCD4WIN which I recommended along with the puppy CD includes 1 or 2 such tests, otherwise you

I can enter Bios fine, almost everything running at about 82 degrees at startup, 100 degrees F after about 15 minutes, and stabilizing. Create Account How it Works Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Check This Out I'm now wondering what would have happened if I had waited "long enough" during the Windows XP Setup process when it seemed to be stuck on "Examining..." the HD.

I once used Bootit NG to image a 300GB external USB hdd on a 7 year old server and the entire process only took a couple of hours. Abit AT7-Max2 (DD bios) Athlon Thoroughbred 'A' 1800+ @ 1830 (2250+) 11x166, Vcore=1.70 0.5 GB Samsung PC2700 DDR -- ATI Radeon 9700 Pro Western Digital 60GB -- Western Digital 160GB -- Thanks again. 0 LVL 10 Overall: Level 10 Windows XP 5 Message Active today Assisted Solution by:Horn E. If you notice any bugs or style issues, please report them in this thread.

The CD boots and I am confronted with the usual blue screen with the three options; set up windows XP, repair using recovery console and quit setup. In the case of that particular system, we are having a little trouble finding what we need.i just tried nlite with the intel drivers, still gives me that same unknown disk What the Tech → Software → Microsoft Windows™ Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Privacy Policy Support Terms of Use HomeCommunityManualsLogin or SignupNewsFAQFixing my friends computerCommunity Forums/General Discussion/Fixing my friends computer Yahfree1+ years ago#1 Hey, I thought it'd be nice to give a whack at

I called OCZ and they told me to make sure the voltage going to my duel channel DDR3 1337Mhz ram was set at 1.7 volts. It's free. For this you will need xp installation CD. AustrAlienGoogle is my friend.

Towed ID: 246155672009-06-12 To reinstall XP use the installation CD and boot from it.

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