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It'll also save you gigs of space to boot... i made like a gzilion iso images of windows step by step to see if i remove something that should not. Setup cannot continue. when i make windows iso without unattendet mode it works.any cluesorry for bad english. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Wizmaster    0 0 13 posts http://arnoldtechweb.com/xp-repair/xp-repair-install-stuck-on-please-wait.html

JonnyTub 21:41 18 Jan 05 check your disk for smudge bunz 21:44 18 Jan 05 The disk seems fine, it's brand new, clean, no scratches (yet). 2neat 21:53 18 It came back on but it partition my hard drive. In an effort to expedite our repair time and retain the sanity of myself and other technicians, I received permission to undertake a case study on a variety of PCs currently Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/winxp-sp3-repair-hangs-on-saving-configuration-463377.html

Xp Repair Install Stuck 2mins Left. God Bless . I hope you haven't led too many people into screwing their computers into oblivion, like most of the other Geek Squad wanabees have, already.

  • because the old is too over used, and causes my pc to hang when using it.
  • Thanks! 17 Jan 2011 ~ 10:37pm Tushon You're welcome 7 Feb 2011 ~ 3:58pm Owen LOVE IT, Cheers 11 Feb 2011 ~ 7:11pm Moose After the question "Which windows installation would
  • Which is horrible because the drive letter system makes reinstalling it a real hassle, as not only do you have to reinstall your software, but backup and reinstall ALL your data.
  • like this? 5 Nov 2010 ~ 1:11pm Yaro Kasear Notice how not a single one of those have anything to do with the registry.

Also, I have run Chkdsc from recovery. Say hello! I'm completely clueless what to do here? How to repair or rebuild MFT, if both its current n mirror tables are corrupt?

You get into recovery console, it lists an installation, you enter that installation, and then cannot complete any of the commands? For the "Enter Load Identifier" portion of this command, you should enter the name of the operating system you have installed. Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. try here It could be a memory problem...

Using The REPORT Button BC Forum Rules Malware Removal Logs Forum Am I Infected Forum Before You Post About A Problem Back to top #3 emm0uk emm0uk Topic Starter Members 3 If there is an administrator password for the administrator account, enter it and hit enter. I LOVE You! I've tried the advice in KB 811267 with no help.

eg Microsoft. No screenshot necessary here! For the purpose of any repairs, the computer is on its side and all non relevant HDD's have their power cords disconnected(i scratched into the paint on each drive what O/S Hope there is some one out there who has already solved this mystery without deleting any data in the bargain... _________________ Gear in this thread OMNIHIL (8 Foot Long) New

Categories 68011 All Categories6594 Gaming 296 Team Fortress 2 377 World of Warcraft 309 Minecraft 31 Civilization 48 Backlog of Shame 16744 Hardware 19273 Science & Tech 1855 Internet & Media navigate here All Rights Reserved. I can still shift f10 to a prompt. One addon I created which is for a silent switchless WMP10 install.Attached is my settings file.

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There's a REASON only Windows uses a binary database for system configuration, it's because EVERYONE ELSE has better ideas on how to design an operating system than Microsoft. I was hoping that latest version would get rid of problem. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites freish    0 0 6 posts November 21, 2007 I got maybe a 5% speed increase?

OK so the computer boots back up, but i have a problem mentioned earlier by STRETCH.

When i reboot, the installation keeps trying to resume and i eventually end up back at the 2mins left stage. Next i control/alt/del then "file" on the task manager top left. this solved my problem 29 Sep 2010 ~ 6:52pm Matt thanks so much for the post. CHKDSK /R /P does run. 24 Jul 2010 ~ 12:05am Gyro Gearloose -=WARNING!=- You need to proofread your text, before publishing it. * C: CD .. * C: ATTRIB -H C:\\boot.ini

Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India My Account | Log Out | Advertise Search: Home Forums About Us Geek Culture Advertise Contact Us FAQ Even still that's just lazy on the part of the company for not wanting to dish out more $$ for a workstation I ran Vista/Ubuntu on my comp for awhile and http://arnoldtechweb.com/xp-repair/xp-repair-pro-2-5-0.html I had 2 wd hd's running raid1.

Am going to try the instructions outlined here but I have a q... The process is simple: Get to the Windows Recovery Console for your particular Windows installation, navigate to the root letter of your installation (C: in most cases), issue eight commands, and I can finally get to the recovery console but when I type "R" or "Enter" or ANYTHING it does absolutely nothing... I uninstalled Kaspersky and some components went with it.

A boot sector is a boot sector. I'm completely clueless what to do here? I rearranged all files to be as close to the center of the disc to try to improve boot speed and the time it takes for switching OS's. C: is nearly always the HDD.

Scroll and select last known good configuration. After that i type "1" . I love the part where it states "Neither of these procedures are cheap in the realm of commercial PC repair, nor do they inspire a tremendous level of confidence in the Now I'm back online and typing this comment.