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I would have liked > > to get back into Windows to deactivate iTunes (this particular physical > > machine is registered 3 times due to reinstalls). > > -- > RMA'd it back to Asus and it was confirmed bad and I was sent a replacement. You may need to run it several times to fix all the issues. systemlordJul 16, 2010, 2:06 PM The last review was on 11/11/2008 as that mobo is unavailable at least on Newegg, I can show you a review just like that one with http://arnoldtechweb.com/xp-repair/xp-repair-stuck-on-saving-configuration.html

So I restarted the installation, but now it hangs at > > the first install screen after the first reboot. Had two boards both die in 3-4 months of use. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now It's a "I'll just act like nothing happened" problem.It's a "what was that?..... https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/412582/windows-xp-media-edition-repair-stuck-on-please-wait/

It works. So I restarted the installation, but now it hangs at >> >> >> > the first install screen after the first reboot. While Windows loads, this screen appears. If you have a vid card- Have you experimented by removing the vid card and booting without it (to check beep codes).

In the 5 years of running two different computers I have NEVER had files that could not be defragmented, never! install an older operating >> system, >> >> it requires that all the newer >> files on the hard drive be >> removed first. >> >> ---------------- >> >> there is systemlordJul 15, 2010, 1:52 PM Well I reinstalled Windows XP yet a second time today, same crap all over again, same files can't be defragmented. Than you found the right article.

It's the only component that can't be easily diagnosed by the user, I understand your guy's difference of opinion about the whole Asus mobo problems and all, I have done all Related Resources solved Windows 7 "Ntldr is missing". The list of issues I've experienced is to long to list! http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/248999-45-windows-repair-problem Before the >> >> >> >> > repair install, my computer was running Service Pack 3. >> >> >> >> > >> >> >> >> > Also, I have a thread

How can I fix this. Two beeps to boot it and setting the BIOS to ignore errors to complete POST is annoying at best. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Some will be DOA, but the majority will normally be reviewed very positively.

  1. Do you know if it is possible to download the .NET Frameworks 3.0-4.0 and save it to a jump drive?
  2. This only happens when the machine is called upon to restart.
  3. How about you unplug your computer while it's running. (do us all a favor)Hey, let's not forget the final outcome of your rant ....and unlike you, I'll show my source:http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/248970-45-mouse-working tigsoundsJul
  4. I've had many successful Asus mobos that lasted up until they needed upgrading, every manufacturer has their bad board designs and it's not limited to Asus mobos.
  5. There are no errors in Event Viewer or in any of the others, hey if it doesn't cost me any money to have the mobo replaced under the warrenty, that's a
  6. I agree with running the Error Check, but would suggest you go ahead an run now: My Computer> Local Drive- usually C> Properties> Tools> Error Check> check both boxes on that
  7. I attempted to call Asus several times, and they did not answer, I finally got a hold of them and they said they would call me back, which they did not.After
  8. In this case, I have seen and heard about these defects so many times, that the response becomes automatic.So keep testing, loading "fix it" programs, reloading software and drivers...or save yourself
  9. You suggested you knew it was the motherboard because they have a faulty chipset and northbridge.
  10. Real pain!

unfortunately, you cannot downgrade as easily. It's the only component that can't be easily diagnosed by the user, I understand your guy's difference of opinion about the whole Asus mobo problems and all, I have done all Here is a link to all that we did http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic408652.html If someone could help me with figuring out what to do, that would rock. Gigabyte makes an excellent mobo and I'm looking at some for consideration along with Asus mobos.

The only difference is that when booting into safe mode, the system prompts that it cannot proceed because windows cannot be activated in safe mode. http://arnoldtechweb.com/xp-repair/xp-repair-pro-key.html Oh yeah and at least once a day this thing will make rad noise like an electric guitar wailing. How many no-brainers bought a great Asus board, just to destroy it through their own negligence and stupidity and then cried foul that the board was DOA? What a frustrating experience.Review number 7Pros: noneCons: 2 DOA boards,asus did bad with this oneReview number 8Pros: Fast when it worked lots of featuresCons: Asus rma dept is very seldom open

It seems like you are anti-Asus and Pro Gigabyte, all of your evidence is one-sided. Quote: I don't hear many constructive answers from you today, but if you have a better idea, why don't you just say so? Let us know how it goes. this contact form On any computer not built from parts, I prefer to A) buy it, B) wipe it C) reinstall with OEM OS disk (ie not the manufacturer's copy).

from your sp2 cd. It's true most don't have the necessary skills to diagnose a toaster, let alone a computer. So I restarted the installation, but now it hangs at >> > the first install screen after the first reboot.

Here's a more thorough explaination.http://ask-leo.com/why_wont_some_files_defrag.htmlIf you have updates turned on, windows may be updating on shutdown.

tried to PM Galdorf, but it's not going through. Review number 10Pros: Great all around board. So I >> >> >> >> >> > decided to do a repair installation of Windows XP. from > >> your sp2 cd. > >> > >> the reason you need > >> to format first is because > >> you cannot downgrade a > >> system, only

If you check the ASUS sight, there are dozens of posts and complaints about this but ASUS will not even acknowledge the problem. something for free...Or... If you want an Intel board, it costs more, but is also very well made.As far as the unfounded criticism of my troubleshooting methods, tough. http://arnoldtechweb.com/xp-repair/xp-repair-pro-3-7.html You didn't know what kind of motherboard.

tigsoundsJul 17, 2010, 9:12 AM soundguruman said: Because I'm POd at a manufacturer that evades resolving customer problems, people with the worst problems, that Asus is fully aware of, are the Before the > >> >> > repair install, my computer was running Service Pack 3. > >> >> > > >> >> > Also, I have a thread discussing this issue aford10Jul 14, 2010, 11:30 AM I think a format and reinstall is premature at this point. Also, I have repaired Windowws XP Service Pack 3 with a Service Pack 2 disc before, so thats probably not why it is now hanging.

Upon reboot I was told that windows had to be activated before logging on. How many people drop somethng (a screw maybe?) on/in the board, fail to retrieve it and power it on 20 minutes later only to get the bang of their life. I did not create it.You might be pissed that I recognized the problem when others did not, you might be pissed that "fix it" programs do not repair defect chipsets.That's not However, when the install > > finished and the splash screen came up with the words: Please Wait, the > > process began to hang.

I've read from googling the issue and saw multiple forums that said it had worked for them. (also it needs to be upgraded) Edited by Pawl, 09 August 2011 - 11:22 It's a "That's what soundguruman at Tom's hardware forum said to do... The list of common problems will be listed below-->1. Now your system is buggered up and you need to do a clean install. (That means erasing your hard disk and starting over.) --- Leonard Grey Errare humanum est anoyed wrote:

TechSpot is a registered trademark. Before the >> >> > repair install, my computer was running Service Pack 3. >> >> > >> >> > Also, I have a thread discussing this issue here: >> >> I want to have a back-up image instead of reinstalling everytime until such time I'm ready to upgrade, I also want to ask a question...What's this "instead of reinstalling everytime" It is worth noting that I did do some windows updates for the partition in question before powering down and one of them which was something to do with network or

So I restarted the installation, but now it hangs at >> >> >> >> > the first install screen after the first reboot.