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Did you try booting in safe mode? #5 Matt1970, May 21, 2013 dawks Diamond Member Joined: Oct 9, 1999 Messages: 5,057 Likes Received: 1 It could be that the hard I am with you, too. At least I made regular backups on the removable hard drive and I can see all my data is there. i will also start useing firefox, and get use to that. check over here
I was given a HP desktop loaded with XP MCE 2004 that would not boot any more so the owner did not want it. November 25, 2009 Mike Dave, My sister has a HP M7360n pc and it continauly reboots at the window splash screen. Report • Related Solutions› [Solved] Windows update is applying server updates that dont apply. › [Solved] Offline Windows XP Updates Installer › [Solved] Windows Update Checking System never completes › [Solved] Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Scaleo P Win XP Media center Edition 2005 Wrong recovery CD The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/how-to-repair-windows-xp-mce-without-reformatting.2320781/
November 27, 2009 Chris Mark R., thank you very much. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 4, 2009 10:46 PM PDT In reply to: Scaleo P Win XP Media center Edition 2005 Wrong recovery CD Today you could jump to Windows 7 Similar Threads - repair windows reformatting Forum Date Best Way to Repair Windows 7 Operating Systems Oct 15, 2016 URGENT!
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- October 9, 2009 Dave You should be able to do what you want with Partition magic.
- Tony September 15, 2009 Harry Wyant I used the malware as yo suggested and it worked great.
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- Report • #31 jimbo160 April 5, 2013 at 05:18:28 have not seen anything to tell me my windows is not original, if that is the question you referr to.ps...since this post,
- it carried me to a screen that said problem with shut down, or power failer, and give me option to start in safe, safe with networking, bios, earlier login, or normal.
- The message is long but starts with"A problem has been detced and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer .......
- But guess what?, yep the 320 GB HDD is no longer available, so they shipped me a fully installed 500GB HDD as replacement.
You could try running a cleaner. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 5, 2009 6:01 AM PDT In reply to: Key Then you have to wait for them to ponder what to do next. Report • #13 OtheHill April 3, 2013 at 08:11:07 So it appears that SP3 did not install correctly. Thanks, Jimmy See More: windows update for XP Media Center Edition 2005 not working Report • #1 Newbie10 April 2, 2013 at 13:10:50 I've seen this issue before on Windows XP
Select your installation of Windows using the arrow keys (if there's more than one) and then press the R key to begin the repair installallation: (4) During the repair install, you'll The easiest method to avoid this is to Slipstream SP3 prior to performing the repair install. . #8 Bubbaleone, May 21, 2013 Xellos2099 Platinum Member Joined: Mar 8, 2005 Messages: System Diagnostics says its HP recovery…but it looks as if I have no way to access it. September 26, 2009 Dave You may have a problem with the hard drive.
When i turn my PC on, I get this message about shuting down, and a choice to start in safe, safe with networking, normal, etc.. You will still need to deal with the same issues.Look in Control Panel> add remove programs. do not know how, when, nor where the program was made to work. Rachel Back to top #4 Rachel_01 Rachel_01 Topic Starter Members 69 posts OFFLINE Gender:Female Location:PA, USA Local time:01:18 PM Posted 10 November 2010 - 08:33 PM HiI tried booting from
I made recovery disks the first day as instructed, labeled them and saved them for a future emergency. 2. Get More Information This got me curious so I did some checking and discovered that Technet XP MCE CD1 is Windows XP Pro with SP2 that contains a few files that differ from a The versions required are dependent on the program. I dont think I did that!
August 21, 2009 Dave Sure, if you have the disks, I think it's a perfectly fine option. http://zgraham.com/problem-with/problem-with-isass-exe.html The recovery partition containing Vista is now worthless. Also good to know I could always do a clean install in case I'm not satisfied by the result. I found out the primary disk was faulty by running the on-board disk diagnositics.I purchased a new disk and managed to install Windows XP and got the notebook working again.
I will NEVER buy an HP laptop again. AustrAlienGoogle is my friend. F. this content Report • #7 OtheHill April 2, 2013 at 22:08:54 I think you could have chosen the Windows Updater file by itself first.
That started HP's Recovery program and it is working as I type this. Ease migrations with Windows Server Migration Tools cmdlets An in-place Windows Server upgrade is easier than a server migration. Did a complete restore due to computer not responding at all.
They did not even load.
December 8, 2009 alanwillingham HP claimed to have identified the correct Recovery Discs for my Media Center m7470n and I paid for them. Also, you might want to check the BIOS startup options to make sure there is noting weird going on there. Before I started the recovery, I had disabled native SATA support in the BIOS because I thought it was causing problems with earlier attempts at recovery. I would just make sure the recovery partition keeps the same drive letter D:.
am saving this thread for future refrences, and i want to thank you for the help. i would not know which of these to stop. Press the R key to access the Recovery Console option. have a peek at these guys can i use the recovery partion to put it back to vista, with all driver intact.
i have the sp3 downloaded, do i need to uninstal it? As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Select HP PC System Recovery. November 14, 2009 Jj I think the harddrive is completely formatted.
do you have an opinion on netscape? MSI returned error code 1601[04/02/13,20:03:52] WapUI:  DepCheck indicates Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0a is not installed. I put in the first recovery cd and it brings me to an hp pc system recovery blue screen with 4 icons on the left side that say 1:selecting recovery options, How can a CD cost anyway?
What happens? If you're not up to that, you might call HP back and tell them the disks they sent were no good, please send them again-hey, it's worth a shot. Does run windows automatic updates in the background) I asked him to boot to safe mode and run virus scan. What I don't know is whether Technet's XP MCE is a retail or OEM version.
The options provided below might help you solve the problem." start with me not messing with it and tell me what to do now.ps...am still set with ie6 from install Report The funny thing is that when I try to boot the computer it tell me window is corrupted but in the xp install, it say the drive where xp was is The instructions with my laptop docs were WRONG - the indicated keys (F11) did not activate the recovery screen. I start a check for updates, and the scan runs about 5 seconds, and i get a message..."The website has encountered a problem and cannot display the page you are trying
or just a driver issue? (I'm guessing card, but don't know for sure.)thank you again! -Rachel Edited by Rachel_01, 09 November 2010 - 10:41 PM. I also do not know of a way to create a Windows 7 UPGRADE recovery option. i even try to connect to Microsoft, to get into a chat, and let them connect to my PC to see what they can see, but have been unable to do So, Things like HP update this or that can be safely disabled.If your AntiVirus performs a full scan every time you start the computer that will take time, even at 50%
Check your hard drive to make sure it is properly configured and terminated. Stay logged in Sign up now! I have Office on a separate Disk and I have the product key so no problems there…but the XP Pro I installed moved the HP recovery partition from Drive D to