Re: umable to reinstall xp home edition
- From: John John <audetweld@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2007 10:00:32 -0300
Well, excuuuuse me! If you can't write down the information and post it here then don't expect anyone here to help you! What you are doing is tantamount to calling your doctor by phone and telling him: "Help, it really hurts bad". Then when the doctor asks for more details you tell him that you can't tell him anymore than that! Take yourself to the doctor or in this case take your computer to a competent repair shop and pay to have them fix it!
All that we need is the stuff from the first section of the BSOD, the Bugcheck Information section:
That still doesn't suit you? Do you have a Windows XP cd? Stick it in the computer and reboot with it and do a repair install. Better yet, do you have a Restoration CD? Boot with it and have it return your computer to factory conditions and lose all your files in the process. That will always fix things for those who are too lazy to post the contents of an error message! Those restoration cds are really handy in cases like this!
If those answers doesn't suit you then post to: alt.psychics.crystalball
Can't "copy" if your comouter is DISABLED and w/out an operating system. Too much $#5#6& to handscribe. Thanks a bunch, buddy. You were a lot of help (everyone is not as computer savvy as you).
Running dimension 4700 w/XP Home Edition. Was unable to boot PC beacuse of a corrupt boot file; decided to recover files, reformat HD and reinstall XP Home Edition. O/S will not reinstall, although it goes through the motion of loading drivers and files, processl HALTs with BLUE SCREEN and a bunch of gooblygook error messages when installation reaches a point where message "STARTING WINDOWS" appear.
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