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Plextor was notorious for this issue concerningcdroms (SCSI in particular)! Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Chuck on 10/14/2011 Regarding the "acms" error during Windows XP (re) install, the third reply "From: Scott on 02/19/2011)" worked, when used in conjunction with the install continued but only to show an error dialog that the Connexant modem is not a compatible hardware, do you want to continue installing Yes/No? if after change "C:/i386" it appears more problems change the letter "C" to "E" ;D Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Jerry on 08/02/2015 Tried most of the ideas including a http://zgraham.com/windows-xp/asms-file-and-cd-rom-detection.html
Boothbay replied Jan 18, 2017 at 1:01 PM can diffrent portals be hidden... I am not using a usb mouse, only ps2. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: John on 04/02/2011 Ted on 05/17/2007 worked for me. Put drive back in, removed the USB-CD drive so the program kept asking me for the "D:\I386\asms" path.
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The twin USB cable yhingie is to give it the extra "juice" for burning labels, and if that ain't enough it has an AC Adapter transformer, which was plugged in.All the Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Thanks Steve!-----------------------------------------------------Steve on 09/18/2009I too had been getting the dreaded 'asms' problem during Windows XP SP2 install, and Terrys fix regarding Device Manager got me half way there:1) when prompted for Proffitt Forum moderator / April 13, 2009 10:16 AM PDT In reply to: ??
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Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 Guest_Abacus 7_* Guest_Abacus 7_* Guests OFFLINE Posted 29 December 2009 - 12:48 AM It may It simply wouldn't do anything when clicking the device manager button.Fortunately I read down through the solutions here and saw the advice to change the boot order. This loaded the command prompt. The File 'asms' On Windows Xp Professional Cd-rom Is Needed this is ur best bet imo becuase i tryed the other methods like accessing the device manager and the xcop function biut as the driv esould not be detected in the
I'm sure that the boot order has everything to do to this, but I didn't have to change anything there. Through regedit do a File... Back to top #3 Stang777 Stang777 Just Hoping To Help Members 1,821 posts OFFLINE Gender:Not Telling Posted 29 December 2009 - 03:57 AM According to the Microsoft support page for Both my cd and dvd drives that came with my Dell would not pull the info off the disc.
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The File Asms On Windows Xp Professional Service Pack 2 Cd Is Needed
More info1.The cd I used to transfer to the usb is not a burned copy but an official dell operation system xp . Basically, I've tried to do it about any way I can think of. I386 Asms Download Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Dee on 10/26/2009 Thanks:It led me to the reason my install was getting stuck one asms thing. Asms Windows Xp Service Pack 3 OFF (was on before) Worked a treat and now i have 16 minutes left and all looking A ok...
Right now I had to reassemble my old computer and use it until I can figure out how this works, which is what I have done and how I am able I really think it can equally work for anyone. Then file 'asms' on Windows xp home edition sp3 cd is needed. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: ariel on 10/31/2012 my PRoblem is my restoring system are failed on 75% and my laptop stock on pbr 2 done.....plss help me this is Asms File Missing Fix
This actually worked! So I gave up and put an Acronis image backup back on my mildly corrupted Acer laptop. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! check over here Steve on 09/18/2009I too had been getting the dreaded 'asms' problem during Windows XP SP2 install, and Terrys fix regarding Device Manager got me half way there: 1) when prompted for
going through the alphabet to find path2. Globalroot\device\cdrom0\i386 Previously it was from the point "39 to 37 mins remaining" but now it runs till 34 mins remaining and restarts. Why not?
And unfortunately, I don't have the original disc.
Save $$$ Click Here windows xp problems Post a Reply From: greg on 12/10/2001 i have tried to load windows xp twice already. I know there are probably some drivers issues down the road but i fixed the asam problem by just swaping the external apple dvd drive from the left (where it woudln't Swapped out optical drive-- bingo! Windows Xp Usb Install Asms Also in a fit of childish impatience I changed boot order to HDD first.
None of the other solutions posted worked for me. Restarted computer and now it will not let me boot from the CD fro a fresh try at the repair. The legacy drive still has to folow the rfelevant IEEE or whatever standards. http://zgraham.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-missing-agp440.html I realize this fix also doesn't help anyone who doesn't have a system backup to put back on their PCs if they are having this ASMS issue.
What is the easiest way to make it work can we copy the whole I386 folder from another and paste it to this HDD or just copy the asms folder which Since I was doing a full install, I can't do anything. See here for more. So far, I've formatted the hard drive, and gone through the "Collecting Information", "Dynamic Update" and "Preparing Installation" steps of the installation.
This has been going on for months....totally frustrated! With Windows 7 I could ...