Because in my monitor in 120dpi font resolution i have next views:
text on button is cropped
pROGRESS bar on stage DONE not 100%
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Thanks for the feedback.
P.S. It worked. Many thanks
Putting it in the to-do list.
It will be very well if design of main window little improve.
Because in my monitor in 120dpi font resolution i have next views:.
Well, it's perfectly normal to get these errors if you haven't passed the first part of setup. The point is why it's not showing up.
I just got over 1TB HDD and wish to install WIN XP. I already have one Disk which has win 7 installed, but during my install I had disabled that Disk so as it does not corrupt the MBR of that disk..
I am not being able to reach the Text Menu even. My system does boot from USB and gives the options to chose where WINDOWS is installed. After that whatever I chose I either get <WINDOWS ROOT>\...\HAL.DLL not found.
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What does the error message say? Is there an error code, something like 0x0000007B?
Did you check FAQs thread?
And please, refrain from quoting lengthy posts just to ask a simple, unrelated to other posts question, use ADD REPLY button.
Good, next time pay attention what the screen says and provide details, so you can be helped
I did not pay attention what was the exact error code. It is blue screen with white text. I recalled it says something like "if this is the first time etc..
[size="2"]The error code is STOP: 0x0000007B...
...Did you check FAQs thread?
To answer anyway:
1) Try the modified ntdetect.com
2) In BIOS switch SATA mode to IDE if you have similar option or integrate the appropriate mass storage driver(s).
Is a product key supplied in winnt.sif? Is it in the correct format? Is it valid? A lot of keys were blacklisted as of SP3. Double check.
However, during the GUI mode, it asks to enter Product key.
Almost, with a few exceptions in 0.x.x versions, but the product key part is just as same as from a CD.
Is the setup XP from USB similar from CD with fully unattended setup?
Edited by hallo, 17 January 2011 - 01:05 AM.
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