“Stop: 0x0000000A” message during the installation of Windows XP

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I’ve been receiving error on Windows XP “Stop: 0x0000000A” message during the installation of Windows XP. I’ve already checked my hardware compatibility with Windows XP. I try to verify my Hardware Compatibility List (HLC) in the site provided by Microsoft http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314062 my hardware is listed on the Windows XP HCL.

Is there any other option to solve this problem? I’ve been using Windows 7 starter before but decide to install XP. I read from the forum with similar issues and recommend in changing the BIOS or CMOS settings but that would be a risk for me since I’m not familiar with this.

Is there any other option? If not please provide me the step by step process in changing the BIOS or CMOS settings with regards to my problem. I may damage my computer system if I do some experiment.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #108084

“Stop: 0x0000000A” message during the installation of Windows XP

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Hello Alicia,

Please don't be afraid about this matter. The windows XP have some features that blocks the installation while it finds other latest software installed on the PC. But you have still chance to setup the windows XP.

If you have try to setup the windows XP normally then it would show this error with a blue screen. You could find out a CD containing a Raid driver. This CD will provide everything you need. And while you will setup windows there you will find no error.

If you want to change the Bios setup then press F2 or DEL at the time of booting. There you will find the ACPI or Raid controller setting.

Answered By 0 points N/A #108085

“Stop: 0x0000000A” message during the installation of Windows XP

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Hi Alicia,

The error 0x0000000A message basically occurs during an installation when a driver uses an incorrect memory address or maybe an incompatible device driver, an incompatible software or a general hardware problem.

To address this issue, I suggest to please use the Windows Error Reporting tool that is automatically displayed when the error message pops out.

With this, the tool automatically sends the error to Microsoft and sends back a fix or a work around to resolve this as soon as possible.

If you will still encounter the same problem, you can also contact Microsoft Support for a real time assistance.

You can use the link:

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