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Comment from Karen Time August 22, 2013 at 2:47 pm Even if it works on the new hardware somehow, what about licensing issues involved with moving OEM copies of the OS? XP would be configured (drivers etc.) for the old machine and the new one will very likely be different in significant ways, e.g. Windows 7's System Images contain a copy of your Windows drive, which includes Windows, your programs, and all your data. Power supply has never given me any problems.any other ideas? :( Logged Tiresmoke Guest « Reply #3 on: 01-December-04, 06:22:37 » Yes. have a peek at this web-site
Comment from Ventisca Time February 13, 2015 at 12:23 am Great article, but i have one question. Each week, I answer a reader's question on-line. I've got it here now and have run out of ideas. Navigate to the desktop (click the Desktop tile on the app screen), click Settings, and then Change PC settings. https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=67817.0
From there navigate to the Windows Update menu and run the program. In this case (going from SiS to VIA chipset), would, at the very least, require a 'repair install' (the equivilent of doing an 'over the top' re-install in the case of No matter what you do be sure to look into a better PSU. Most advice on the web will say that there is no 100% method, however.
The problem might be that he's run a repair install on a machine that has has sp2 installed but has used a non-sp2 XP source disk during the repair phase. The XP machine is a home server and I was under attack a while back by syn floods and ddos etc. Too many times here we see those as an honest issue. But, if you go from an nforce chipset to an Intel chipset, the chances are remote.
Taking the other drives off may allow you to reinstall windows and if that helps then get a better PSU before remounting the other drives.Also have you run Memtest86 and if Now, the irony- there is no problem with anything under my Moms account, and a system restore did noth [More] Pages for iPad - how to change left column in modern If everything on your end checks out, you'll need to next shell out $120 for the Windows 8.1 upgrade DVD direct from MS, or you can pick up a copy from http://arstechnica.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=109760 Time October 14, 2012 at 4:45 pm Would it work if it was all the same core parts (mobo, cpu, ram, gpu)?
Installation of hardware within the box all went OK and he installed the hard drives from his old machine, hit the on button and XP home proceded to give the BSOD Thanks. Something jimmied all your HD's which is most likely why you are having the problems you are. You'll only find out by trying.
- You can still find it as an OEM option on select laptops—like the Dell Latitude 3330 and Acer Aspire V3—or buy the install discs from Newegg, but they do not include
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I do notice on the XP SP3 machine that when peerblock starts it will freeze with a totally white program window and not respond for a few secs which it doesn't http://newwikipost.org/topic/i4hcYxAIikBKNRHkJWbFZ5ph69OsOuAm/Ahh-The-DC-has-gone-kaput.html It's not that you can't run XP anymore—heck, banks are paying big bucks to continue to do so—but you really, really shouldn't. Gaz Gaz View Public Profile View message headers Find all posts by Gaz Find all threads started by Gaz #3 August 27th 05, 07:03 PM posted to uk.comp.homebuilt Geoffrey I've done another repair but got the same results.
this is also my boot drive, fyi. http://winnthosting.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-losing-access-to-windows-7-shares-overnight.html i dont know what to do, i cant even format :( The replay answer Advertisement Quote Originally posted by chmercer somone please help fix my computer!! So i try to boot it back up, It boots, and autostart programs load up, like aim and winamp, but i have no taskbar or desktop icons. After all, the person has already paid for a product key on their old computer.
However, aside from that, all you really have to do is plop the DVD into your systems disc drive and follow the onscreen instructions. Last edit at 01/11/2012 09:07PM by Annunaki. A friend of mine had a PC with XP home on it and the motherboard died. http://winnthosting.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-start-windows-exit-windows-no-sound.html The switch from desktop programs to browser-based apps may be a bit jarring at first, but $200-300 for an ultrabook is hard to pass up.
When your PC's hard drive eventually dies, you can replace its dead hard drive with a new drive, reinstall your System Image, and you'll be back up and running fairly quickly. both drives have properly configured jumpers. Anyone got any ideas I can try?
I needed to know whether the driver would work for my college report so I could say that the image made of a company's system may not always work on another
As for its legality, it's a gray area. The OS build has been in service since 1998, and is among the most widely distributed OS builds on the planet. I figure it is dying, since ive had it for like 4 years. My first stop in trying to solve this problem was here: [URL="http://www.howto[More] I'm in the trial period for Creative Cloud - I have about 19 days to go on Photoshop CC
I have a few hundred computers running Adobe Flash Player. This website keeps you up-to-date on my books, and your computers. Immediatley after it started locking up again at the same old point. http://winnthosting.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-shutdown-restart-failure-and-cannot-access-windows-advanced-tools-help.html And so long as your computer has at least a 1 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of hard drive storage, and can run display resolutions of at least
Is there any error message that you get if you boot off a HD? a clean install's always better, but xp can cope with major hardware changes so long as the HAL's not too different. Windows 8.1 may be the newest OS build from Microsoft, but it's far from the only active one. When i try to boot off my xp cd, it locks up at "setup inspecting your hardware".