Xp Home Edition Install Stops At Loading Devises
Reply Report Md.Yaser- Oct 14, 2012 at 09:33 AM OCEAN MASTER......................Thank you buddy Reply Helpful +0 Report Drako May 6, 2010 at 06:20 AM Hello, I have this case, too. here it goes: I had the similar prob with installing Windows XP Pro (with SP2). Accept the License Agreement and Windows will search for existing Windows installations. This did not solve it.I then began to wonder if my video cards were the issue. check my blog
So I was receptive to the idea of some device failure causing the install hang at 35 minutes. The BIOS shows the correct amount of RAM as being present so should I assume it's ok? I'm guessing that this is not a terribly new system, since it looks like it doesn't want to recognize USB devices before Windows and its drivers are in place. ****page
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I disabled the lan, modem and wireless card from within the bios and hey presto. If add on, pull it out temporarily, reseat it, different slot, etc.If you tell us the motherboard, we can help you look around.This is a good way to figure out those Thanks too! Use of an OEM disk will probable fail.
Moreover, if someone knows if it's possible to read the windows event log under the recovery console, I'm also interested. If not the problem might be something else. HDD is not displayed on the Windows 7 pro Setup solved Windows installation freezes at "setup is starting" RAID 0 Setup - Installing windows 7, all good until first reboot, then Windows Xp Installation Stops At 34 Minutes So I wasn't a member or anything, but I had tried a few of these suggestions.I didn't have the Floppy Disc option in my bios, so I couldn't turn that off.
DanClick to expand... I also reset time and date after clearing the CMOS. Right now Win7 is up to installing updates, so I think I'm gonna make it!The previous Win7 installs I've done where on fully assembled computers with a floppy drive hooked up, additional hints Try SpinRite http://www.grc.com/sr/spinrite.htm share|improve this answer answered Feb 18 '13 at 3:18 Jan Doggen 2,70651931 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign
If number (1), try to rollback to an earlier restore point. 34 Minutes Timer What DID work was this solution: http://kb.parallels.com/entry/31/280/ Even though the title of that refers to XP with SP0, it's also a problem with SP1. Up comes Boot Manager - which I'd never heard of - then select advanced options that lets you start up in safe mode and away you go. If not Disable Intel VT-x , Hardware acceleration 3.
Windows Xp Freezes During Installation
Often a bad update to your video card is the culprit. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/10587-45-windows-mouse-keyboard-installation Go to one version older, if at all possible. Windows Xp Installation Stuck At Installing Devices Thank you Reply Report diegof9261 1Posts Monday October 15, 2012Registration date October 15, 2012 Last seen - Oct 15, 2012 at 08:34 PM omg thank you so much! Windows Xp Setup Stuck I just installed a new CD-RW, and was going to upgrade to Windows XP Pro w/ SP2...
Regards, Scott sbalthazor, Jun 18, 2007 #2 nycruza Messages: 224 spiderdan said: I have a brand new 15" MBP (Santa Rosa; NVIDIA 8600M GT graphics controller; etc.). click site I could roll back the BIOS I guess but I hate to mess with that since if I screw up I understand I could royally screw my mobo. I even tried the "load almost nothing" option :). I removed many things from my system. Setup Is Starting Windows Xp Stuck
XP REPAIR INSTALL - print this for easier use. windows-xp boot recovery safe-mode share|improve this question edited Sep 30 '09 at 10:57 asked Sep 30 '09 at 8:27 Julien N 363149 1 Boy you're screwed, at least you thoroughly After hours of chasing rainbows this is the trick that worked for me. news Doing a repair install of XP everything is going fine until Windows starts whining about some unsigned driver for my video card (Sapphire Radeon x1650 Pro).
Thank you everyone for all the suggestions. Removed 2nd RAM chip from MB. nookeen, Nov 3, 2008 #10 Michel Houde Messages: 1 Hangs at 33 minutes georgewwwbush is right.
Since I'm going to replace it next week, I've just left it unplugged.
Rebooting implies that the system was working at one time.Maybe you could clarify the timeline a little?If you were running a repair install on XP, then I'd say it was working I had one PC (with XP) that got stuck occasionally on the loading screen, the problem then got more frequent and it finally started to stop at different points immediately after I mean I do have a powered USB-hub but it does not seem to be enough as f.ex. The solution I found was to remove the second stick of RAM, then install Windows, and then reinstall the second stick of RAM.
i've tried 1) restarting setup (several times), including running a new one from the boot disc 2) disabled USB, network, comm, and sound from BIOS before setup.... But using another CD (albeit a duplicate of the first one) resolved the hang issue. The solution I found was to remove the second stick of RAM, then install Windows, and then reinstall the second stick of RAM. More about the author The system isn't froze because the green indicators are still moving.
I've had it happen now and then. I also have a brand new MacBook Pro purchased over the weekend. Jan 28, 2005 #3 Anarchi TS Rookie Yes, by turning of the L2 CPU Cache in the BIOS. Whats the temps in bios?
Install hangs at 34minutes and I have left it for 4 hours once. Changed the settings on the bios and then it started to load the OS. Or is this a default setting? Should be simple, right?