Windows xp setup, just copy 35%

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Hi expert ,

when i try to setup windows XP in my computer the drive is completely format what I choose, but when the temporary file is start coping just copy 35% and then show system is damage,check hardware etc .

How i will complete my windows setup?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #130429

Windows xp setup, just copy 35%



Regarding your problem, this is not an issue with the computer itself. Your computer system and hardware are okay. If yYou encountered this issue for the first time, just let the Windows XP hangs and then take out the CD from your disk drive and then restart your computer. Do not insert the CD when your computer will ask for it just launch the DOS by pressing the Shift + F10 key and then go to C:/Windows. Type setupapi.log and then press the Enter key. It will open the setupapi.log in your Notepad. Navigate to the last lines and search for inf. It will create a .inf file.

This .inf file means there is something wrong with the installation so yYou have to skip it. Exit the Notepad and go to C:/Windows/inf folder through the Command Prompt. Find the faulty .inf file and then delete it. Afterwards, insert the installation disk of XP and continue with the installation. You can be able to continue with the installation without getting any issues.

If yYou encounter this for few times when installing XP, try to purchase a genuine and new copy of Windows XP. There might be some issue with the installation disk,
Answered By 0 points N/A #130430

Windows xp setup, just copy 35%



Here is the other solution for you. It is mainly the repairing of windows. Please do the following:

1. Repair your windows operating system, to do this, insert the windows XP disk on your DVD/CD rom and reboot
2. At the appearance of welcome screen of windows setup, press/select R to go to recovery console.
3. Sometimes, people use dual or multiple booting. In this case, you should select relevant windows installation
4. Copy and expand the file named ‘User32.dll’ from cd disk to windowssystem 32 directory
5. Go to start menu, select run , type cmd and press enter
6. Go to X:i386user32.dll_ c:windowssystem32 and expand it
7. Now restart the computer

I think your job is done.

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