Presetup.cmd and setup.ORG.exe problem need solution

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Hello today i thought i would format my dads laptop. I was using the USB/HDD method to do this. The setup went to 50% and then error started coming up saying "C:windowssystem32presetup.cmd file not found C:windowssystem32setuporg.exe file not found cause Presetup.cmd not in i386 uxpcd setuporg.exe no in i386 uxpcd check txtsetup.sif in i386 folder" I have checked the files are there. I need a solution ASAP Regards Ares

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Presetup.cmd and setup.ORG.exe problem need solution

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Hello Mr./Ms. Anonymous,

 

The files on your USB has been corrupted that's why  an error came up why you are installing it. It would be much better if you use CD to reinstall. You have to make sure this time that your dad's laptop is booting off of the CD. You also need to check the BIOS boot to make sure that the CD Drive is before the hard drive. If you still get the problem, the CD you used might be bad and I suggest you to buy a new one. This is the only way to solve your issue. Have a great day and good luck!

 

 

Nathan

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Presetup.cmd and setup.ORG.exe problem need solution

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I’m not sure if this method of installing Windows will work since you are using an external hard drive for the installation instead of the usual setup CD. I haven’t heard of a person who tried installing Windows using files copied to an external hard drive. You see, when installing an operating system, the source of the system files should also be coming from a booted media.

And here, since you are installing from an external hard drive, you may be using a different operating system that’s different from the version you are installing. The version of the operating system, the one you booted the computer, should match the version of the one you are installing. If they didn’t match, no system files will be copied and your target drive will not be bootable.

To make your installation easy, use the Windows setup CD to install the operating system. Insert the setup CD on the CD/DVD drive and then restart the computer. Since you are using a laptop, press F2 and then select the CD/DVD drive to boot the machine. Hit any key when the computer asks you to press any key to boot from the CD.

Follow the succeeding instructions after that until you finish installing Microsoft Windows.

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