Now it just shows the same retry demands as it did the 1st time and I can tell that the Op system is slowly getting more corrupted. Hope it will help others in the same boat. The only thing other than that i could recommend is to do a full format on the drive (not quick). I decided to reformat my computer and start fresh, as I have done before, I cleared the partitions and did everything normal and right, and it seemed to all be going have a peek at this web-site
So just what *is* the I386 directory anyway? Which is especially odd because I only have one SATA Harddrive (the 80gig one listed in my sig) connected. But there is not I386 in the C root. Reply With Quote April 13th, 2003,07:57 PM #9 trippinfool View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Nov 2002 Posts 100 In the NT4 days, didn't you have to type
Hi all,i wish to install the Recovery Console on my W XP Home SP 3 laptop,however the above mentioned file (winnt32.exe) is NOT on my system, therefore i can not! Heh! Borrow one from a friend.
The key is to run "Winnt.exe", NOT "setup.exe" & to have "smartdrv.exe" running. The Winnt.exe file is for DOS. Those were the days! I'm really pulling my hair out with this one.
I tried the 6 floppy XP boot set & had errors, then I copied the i386 folder to the freshly FAT32 formatted hard drive & ran winnt.exe like you can do So in other words, if you are installing XP on C: and you copied the i386 folder of the Win XP CD to D: (second partition on the hard drive) they I am having difficulty installing Windows XP on an older system that does not want to boot from a CD, even though the BIOS has settings indicating it supports booting from I try and browse for the folder and I can't find it.
A Jedi craves not these things. ~ Yoda Reply With Quote April 9th, 2003,04:26 PM #8 TangleWeb View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date May 1999 Location Raleigh, NC http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/81736/error-installing-windows/ If you don't find your answer, head out to http://askleo.com/ask to ask your question. It's a little slower but it works fine. Which is why I'm asking if there's a place to download these files. #3 MrAnon, Aug 2, 2010 trunghoang911 likes this.
Generated Wed, 03 Aug 2016 18:51:30 GMT by s_rh7 (squid/3.5.20) Check This Out I got an error "Setup was unable to copy the following file..." Have any of you successfully installed Windows XP from the i386 folder on the hard drive? Someone else posted a link here once on how to make a bootable XP-SP1 CD Now you can drop the Service Pack 1 stuff if you so desire and if you CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).
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This time I went and tried to reinstall XP pro, but half-way through the install, ie into the windows-like installer, it asks for a file located in the i386 folder. Last edited by TangleWeb; April 6th, 2003 at 12:12 PM. The bottom line: you can move your I386 folder to wherever you like, as long as it remains visible to your machine and you make the registry update to let Windows The Tip Jar: Buy Leo a Latte!
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? This option is not recommended for most users /e: command Specifies a command that is to be executed at the end of GUI-mode Setup.Commonly used to launch automated application setup routines Moderator 18251 posts Gender:Male Location:Indiana.... have a peek here Results 1 to 14 of 14 Thread: Has anyone installed Windows XP by copying the i386 folder to the hard drive?
Do I put the boot up disk i dl'd on there? you can move your I386 folder to wherever you like, as long as it remains visible to your machine, and you make the registry update to let Windows know where it THANKS! Ask Leo!
ratikanta.baliarsingh August 4, 2007 2:56 AM thank you for solution about ur i386 suject Leo A. C:/ Windows/DriverCache.... This website is a free, open, and dedicated community of Windows enthusiasts. In my case it's \\freenas\notenmax\machine_specific\leo\i386, but the registry setting is \\freenas\notenmax\machine_specific\leo. (In my case "freenas" is the server, "notenmax" is the share, and then "machine_specific" and "leo" are just folders within
I had to change ServicePackSource and Installation Sources.
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