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Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! I changed the settings in my CD burning software and burnt a new one (again) and this time it worked! Error Message. Just noticed it starts at > post 27, have to look that up. > > Went to Microcrap site ASMS files are good, also I used same disk for this > machine. > > 1st attempt, > Everything in. (Yes I now know 32bit cantâ€™t take 4 gig of mem but Iâ€™m not > brave enough to go to Vista yet.) > HDâ€™s set to 3GB trans rate by jumper. > Jmicron RAID drives to Floppy > BIOS set to raid 1 > > 2nd attempt, > Same but remembered to clear CMOS first > > 3rd attempt, > Same but Intel Raid drives used > 4th, > Same but Bios left to IDE > > 5th, > Removed 2 mem sticks from 2 & 4 > Back to intel Raid > > 6th, > Removed 2nd XFX card > > 7th, > Set drive jumpers back to limit drives to 1.5gb trans rate > > Clues? > Mark L. Source
No, create an account now. MacAllen 5 September 2007 13:10:30 Thought about a new thread, but I have this exact problem so figured I'd spare spamming the board with redundant threads. Out of ideas Forum Windows 10 upgrade/ Win 7 fresh install no adapter problem Forum SolvedEthernet Connectivity Problem (Windows 7 Fresh Install) Forum SolvedFresh XP install problems Forum SolvedBOOTMGR problem>Fresh Windows 7 install>Error code = :( Forum how do i format my laptops hard drive so i can do fresh install ov windows xp. it worked flawlessly and now at last I have xp up and running again atlastitworked View Public Profile Send a private message to atlastitworked Find all posts by atlastitworked #9 04-10-2008, 12:56 PM claro19992001 Offline Registered User Join Date: Apr 2008 Posts: 1 How I fixed it I followed some advice from this thread and did the following: * I installed PowerISO * I burned a new Windows XP Pro SP2 disk at the lowest possible burn speed with PowerISO I believe that PowerISO is not needed to burn the disk. check it out
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Most of the posters in this thread are no longer here. bradk_1749 26 July 2007 02:25:08 I've tried the one stick of Ram thing,, doesn't work - also the CD-ROM is a SATA bradk_1749 26 July 2007 02:33:26 ok I decided to go ahead and wipe the current installation because it's obviously corrupt... Maybe the computer's cd-rom drive I used to burn the iso for windows is corrupt.
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They're not on the Intel site ;( Help? Just noticed it starts at > > > post 27, have to look that up. > > > > > > Went to Microcrap site ASMS files are good, also I used same disk for this > > > machine. > > > > > > 1st attempt, > > > Everything in. (Yes I now know 32bit cantâ€™t take 4 gig of mem but Iâ€™m not > > > brave enough to go to Vista yet.) > > > HDâ€™s set to 3GB trans rate by jumper. > > > Jmicron RAID drives to Floppy > > > BIOS set to raid 1 > > > > > > 2nd attempt, > > > Same but remembered to clear CMOS first > > > > > > 3rd attempt, > > > Same but Intel Raid drives used > > > 4th, > > > Same but Bios left to IDE > > > > > > 5th, > > > Removed 2 mem sticks from 2 & 4 > > > Back to intel Raid > > > > > > 6th, > > > Removed 2nd XFX card > > > > > > 7th, > > > Set drive jumpers back to limit drives to 1.5gb trans rate > > > > > > Clues? > > > Mark L. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Asms Windows Xp Service Pack 3 i read the same topic on other forums and finally heard that it could be related to a bad cd burning process, dust on cds or even a bad cd/dvd reader.
It appears the newer DVD players have trouble with CD's that > have been burnt "leaving the session open" to add more files later. I386\asms Download SP1 will not allow further installat Guest, Feb 8, 2006, in forum: Windows XP Help Replies: 0 Views: 214 Guest Feb 8, 2006 SP2 installation failed: Failed to install Catalog Files Dmitry Duginov, Apr 20, 2006, in forum: Windows XP Help Replies: 1 Views: 748 Rock Apr 20, 2006 \i386 files not found upon repair install , Nov 27, 2007, in forum: Windows XP Help Replies: 4 Views: 782 AJR Nov 28, 2007 Loading... More About Us... look at this web-site Me too.
RAM is often the culprit when loading software (windows OS in your case) causes system failure. Download File I386 For Window Xp badge 5 September 2007 13:20:08 Give this a read. Are you useing a rewriteable CD, if you are try useing a CDR and burn it at 4X. Ferguson" wrote: > > > Assuming you can use the CD drive , it's the media. > > -- > > helpful?
Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. http://thenewnexus.net/windows-xp/installation-failed-asms-error.html Just noticed it starts at > > post 27, have to look that up. > > > > Went to Microcrap site ASMS files are good, also I used same disk for this > > machine. > > > > 1st attempt, > > Everything in. (Yes I now know 32bit cantâ€™t take 4 gig of mem but Iâ€™m not > > brave enough to go to Vista yet.) > > HDâ€™s set to 3GB trans rate by jumper. > > Jmicron RAID drives to Floppy > > BIOS set to raid 1 > > > > 2nd attempt, > > Same but remembered to clear CMOS first > > > > 3rd attempt, > > Same but Intel Raid drives used > > 4th, > > Same but Bios left to IDE > > > > 5th, > > Removed 2 mem sticks from 2 & 4 > > Back to intel Raid > > > > 6th, > > Removed 2nd XFX card > > > > 7th, > > Set drive jumpers back to limit drives to 1.5gb trans rate > > > > Clues? > > Souldealer, Dec 19, 2007 #3 Mark L. This discussion is locked Mark Keen Level 1 (60 points) Q: BOOT CAMP XP error: Installation Failure D:\I386\asms Incorrect Function Right then, got boot camp partition sorted. Related resources Fresh Install Problems? The File Asms On Windows Xp Professional Service Pack 2 Cd Is Needed
after winning a long battle with that error i was presented with this one. I'll try making a new cd on another computer. If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us. http://thenewnexus.net/windows-xp/installation-failed-e-1386-asms-error-message.html no service pack...
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The rest of the install-process was without problems, and I didn't experience troubles, until... On the File menu, click Load Hive, and then load %Windir%\System32\Config\System.sav. 5. SP1 or SP2? An Error Has Been Encountered That Prevents Setup From Continuing The Parameter is Incorrect. > > > > > > During all this constant beep from system speaker.
Get the answer badge 26 July 2007 02:16:18 I would try one DIMM RAM in slot 1 only. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Report • #3 Johnw December 27, 2012 at 19:59:16 Good info here as per riider's guess.Googling got this.Manifest Parse Error... Check This Out Fatal Error: One of he components that Windows needs to continue setup could not be installed.
Maybe my iso was corrupt or my cd burner is faulty. CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Can you try another disk?
also try taking out your PCI cards that arent necessary for installation, example: nic, sound, modem, etc. Incorrect function. It's a 500gig SATA! Incorrect function.
Checked the Intel DG33BU Mobo CD....no SATA drivers, just video, lan, etc. i read the same topic on other forums and finally heard that it could be related to a bad cd burning process, dust on cds or even a bad cd/dvd reader. sapon Hardware Problems 0 09-20-2003 05:50 PM Error occured while launching the setup the remote procedure call failed moffa Windows XP 0 01-27-2003 12:56 PM system failed cpu test KGR Hardware Problems 2 01-02-2003 01:18 AM Internet--Ureal Tournament--Connection Failed spongebob Internet 1 12-18-2002 10:44 AM All times are GMT -5. click "Yes" button.
Help? SHOULD I RETRY upgrade XPpro (SP2 this time) ?? Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Was burning my image to CD.
thanks for all the reply, but i must tell you guys how i solve the problem.