I wish to use my PC as an audio/dvd tool and have no need for internet, networking, Media Player, printing etc.
My Creative Labs XiFi card restricts me to Microblowz OS. I would love to use Linux but can't, due to limited functionality with this sound card and a Linux distro.
I encounter an error during the installation process. I am installing WinXP pro with integrated SP3.
My MOBO (P5G41T-M LX) has ICH7 (no additional letter assigned as in ICH7R etc) and G41 chipset and I understand I do not need to add additional textmode drivers for S-ATA as I am running IDE hard drives and don't have SATA capability with this MOBO.
The error comes after the first standard reboot Windows actions after a prelim install of copying files etc.
The error reads, "lsass.exe -system error - a write operation...volume was mounted" and enters a reboot loop upon reaching the same error.
The attachment labelled "SECOND_SESSION.INI" contains the details of what I removed to get this error.
In troubleshooting, I have produced an error free install with removing only a few trivial Components, such as Calculator etc.
I have attached the details in the file labelled, "LAST_SESSION.INI"
Searching here and on the WWW for the last few days and haven't found anything specific to my problem and OS install disk.
After many CD coffee coasters, I think I have come close to resolving issue as to what to keep and what to remove.
Without sounding like a pornstar, how can I overcome this current mounting problem and what should I be keeping from the SECOND_SESSION.INI to prevent this lsass.exe error and for a better understanding what causes it?
...cheers and thanks
Edited by CraziestOzzy, 29 August 2012 - 05:25 AM.