Hopefully Windows will install with this setup and I'll then allocate the rest of the partition afterwards. "That sounds fine. to XP Pro Upgrading from XP Home to Pro - Blue Screen Trouble Upgrading From XP Home to XP Pro Upgrading -- any need for XP Pro over XP Home Edition? Note - DO NOT press
If that's the case, then it's gotta be the motherboard. Issues upgrading from XP Home to Pro Upgrading XP Home to XP Pro upgrading from XP Home ed. I haven't tested these, though. is there anything i've missed please help Pappionme Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 Budapest Budapest Bleepin' Cynic Moderator 23,517 posts OFFLINE
All the parts and pieces need to be checked against the Hardware Compatibility List. You can also, if you wish, manually create additional Restore Points at any time. Even though it's a 35MB download, if you don't have access to a Windows XP CD it is well worth the time to download a copy before making your final upgrade If not, locate them now and have them ready just in case something goes wrong – terribly, terribly wrong.
The same goes for the CD/DVD drives so that can't be the problem.I have flushed the CMOS several times now back to the default setting as was recommended when trying to Just wondering if that is where the first errors come from when loading XP ....If you have access to an SP2 disk you can drag it to a separate folder then Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? after my pc install sp3 from windows update, the pc keep rebooting none stop.
This tries to repair Windows by replacing the Windows system files on your hard disk with fresh copies from the CD. Of course, it’s not always possible to do a clean install after wiping the disks, but if it’s feasible, the rewards are well worth the extra time and effort. Another thing would be to check which files XP upgrade checks to see if there is a previous version installed and then create those files. Check the notification area (by the clock, on the taskbar) to make sure nothing remains open, especially any anti-virus applications.
If you do use the manufacturer's own System Restore CDs, they normally give you a clear screen message that that is what will happen.
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