Installation Failed Asms Error
Moreover, if you are having problems shutting down Windows XP, or if it suspends indefinitely without turning off, use the right mouse button to click your Desktop, select Properties, click the Screen Saver tab, click the Power button, select the APM tab (if it's available). Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Thread display: Collapse / Expand 4 total posts Collapse - (NT) I asume you formatted the drive? Where do I get SATA Drivers for this mobo? Voting helps the web interface. have a peek here
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This is a Pentium II 400 with 128MB and 10 gigs. 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. Ferguson > > > > > > > > "Souldealer" wrote: > > > > > Primary Problem; > > > Post fine (FF) > > > Windows copies files > > > Reboots > > > Starts actual install > > > Fails with > > > > > > Fatal error > > > An error has been encountered that prevents setup from continuing. > > > > > > One of the components that windows needs to continue setup could not be > > > installed. > > > > > > The parameter is incorrect. > > > > > > Log file gives; > > > > > > Fatal Error > > > Installation Failed: E\I386\ASMS.
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. http://www.richardsramblings.com/20...http://www.oocities.org/zrantheus/http://zoydw.blogspot.com.au/2007/0... The Parameter is Incorrect. Asms Windows Xp Service Pack 3 Now, I have a floppy drive, but what I don't have is a floppy with SATA drivers on it.
Ferguson" wrote: > > > > > > > The ASMS error is almost always caused by a bad burn or a damaged copy of the > > > > XP setup disk. > > > > > > > > REPLACEMENT MS CDs - 800-360-7561 - - OEM CDs that are out of business - 1 > > > > 800 325 1233 > > > > -- > > > > helpful? I386 Error When Installing Xp See why it earned our Editors' Choice award. Could the CD burner be in conflict. Bios?
Out of ideas solution Windows 10 upgrade/ Win 7 fresh install no adapter problem solution SolvedEthernet Connectivity Problem (Windows 7 Fresh Install) solution SolvedFresh XP install problems solution SolvedBOOTMGR problem>Fresh Windows 7 install>Error code = :( solution how do i format my laptops hard drive so i can do fresh install ov windows xp. Download File I386 For Window Xp also try taking out your PCI cards that arent necessary for installation, example: nic, sound, modem, etc. Thank you for your reply =) "Curtisw" wrote: > I reburnt my CD "closing" the session and it worked after hours of trying > other things. Get the answer badge 26 July 2007 02:16:18 I would try one DIMM RAM in slot 1 only.
I386 Error When Installing Xp
Memory is often the cause of system failure when trying to run software like the installation of an OS. Error Message. I386\asms Download SoftwareTipsandTricks Forum > Operating Systems > Windows XP failed installtion D:\I386\asms. Asms File Missing Fix Similar Threads Can't Find the ASMS File/Folder Guest, Apr 13, 2004, in forum: Windows XP Help Replies: 2 Views: 558 Will Denny Apr 13, 2004 XP Home Upgrade - Clean Install -- I386 file RN, Jun 20, 2004, in forum: Windows XP Help Replies: 2 Views: 495 RN Jun 20, 2004 "The file 'Asms' on Windows XP Professional CD-ROM is needed" Guest, Dec 5, 2004, in forum: Windows XP Help Replies: 0 Views: 579 Guest Dec 5, 2004 Cannot reload XP - ASMS error Guest, Oct 31, 2005, in forum: Windows XP Help Replies: 1 Views: 380 nern Mar 11, 2006 asms error Loretta, Jan 9, 2006, in forum: Windows XP Help Replies: 0 Views: 300 Loretta Jan 9, 2006 'asms' on Windows XP Home Ed.
Came here because of a Google search. navigate here All Rights ReservedTom's Hardware Guide ™ Register Now - It's Free! In XP home, I had two identities: 'Main' Identity an 'Private'-Identity, both of which I couldn't remember the Identity-password of. buwish 23 December 2010 11:28:51 This topic has been closed by Buwish Can't find your answer ? The File Asms On Windows Xp Professional Service Pack 2 Cd Is Needed
so this reply made sense. Double click "My Computer" then open the MB CD files then open the 'Drivers' folder. Nothing on intel.com, either. Check This Out You can use MemTest to test the RAM from herehttp://www.memtest86.com/download.htmlBut quite often particularly if extra RAM has been added everything will Pass the tests but you still temporally need to remove the Added RAM till after you reinstall Windows. :)Col 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - This may help by Jacky Howe · 8 years ago In reply to XP Installation error SXS ...
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? > > > > > psaila_mike, May 12, 2008 #6 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? The File Asms On Windows Xp Sp3 Is Needed Usb I tried copying the main-profile.local (that I had been using in XP-home) to a network profile with a similar name "main-profile.network" My pc got stuck an displayed the FATAL ERROR-SCREEN (twice) and afterwards I wasn't even offered the Profile-COPY to-option in My Computer/properties/user profiles any more...(greyed out) (of course the Copy to-function can be retrieved through system-restore: I get the same Fatal Error screen twice again and then it greys out again) SECOND PROBLEM is that when trying to use Remote Desktop Control from another machine to the "Main Profile.local" on my pc, it's access is denied: "cannot sign on because of account restriction" (translated from Dutch) Maybe my problem is caused by Outlook Express. If so, it could be that the file is damaged enough that the error copies over also.
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.
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- Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech Back to top #6 robusto robusto Topic Starter Members 5 posts OFFLINE Local time:02:47 PM Posted 25 October 2007 - 02:36 PM I made a brand new cd from our MSDN subscription.
- I changed > the settings in my CD burning software and burnt a new one (again) and this > time it worked! > > Good Luck All > > > > "Mark L.
- I checked the cd I've been using and it has the \i386\asms on it with the following folders: /1 /2 /10 /52 /60 /70 /1000 /5100 /6000 /7000 Edited by robusto, 18 October 2007 - 02:18 PM.
- So I simply tried the installation on my secondry cd drive, and it worked immediately.
Error Message. Brand new slipstreamed SP3 would not get past the ASMS error. Fortunately upgrading to XPpro/SP1 didn't bring on the same problem; even after running SP2 (this time in XPpro) activating OE in Main-profile.local starts up my "Private"Identity without asking for Identity passwords; and I can read my mail. An Error Has Been Encountered That Prevents Setup From Continuing It's wierd.
User Name Remember Me? I believe it is likely that just burning the CD at a lower speed will reduce the errors on the disk and make it easier to read on other CD-ROM drives. The install then ran perfectly and also noticeably faster than when reading from a CD. http://thenewnexus.net/windows-xp/installation-failed-e-1386-asms-error-message.html The owners telling me stories about Volume License Copies, from work, school or such.So far, using a made by Microsoft CD cleared it up.Bob Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Legacy OS forum 4 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions icon Security 30,882 discussions icon TVs & Home Theaters 21,253 discussions icon Windows 10 1,672 discussions icon Phones 16,494 discussions icon Windows 7 7,855 discussions icon Networking & Wireless 15,504 discussions CNET EDITORS' CHOICE Amazon Echo Dot is the future The new and improved Echo Dot takes Amazon's best-in-class smart home speaker and wraps it in an ultra-affordable package.
The Parameter is Incorrect. > > > > During all this constant beep from system speaker. dunklegend 19 August 2007 07:08:56 jazza said:Hi there, I've had similar problems installing Windows XP on a 500 gig SATA hard drive. Installation failed prompt feorod Windows XP 4 03-02-2011 08:06 AM XP Delayed Write Failed? Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 Monty007 Monty007 Members 1,151 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Australia Local time:08:17 AM Posted 17 October 2007 - 01:00 AM Hi robusto, I had this error about a year ago and it turned out the cd/rom was on the way out but it could also be the cd itself may be corrupted.
Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Maybe my iso was corrupt or my cd burner is faulty. Your suggestion worked slartimitvar. The parameter is incorrect.
Here i am , i have 2 cd/dvd readers. It turned out that my burning software(older version of nero) wasn't burning properly, so I tried a program called poweriso. because earlier versions of XP can't recognize drives greater than 137GB. One of the components that windows needs to continue setup could not be installed.
Error Message. Ferguson > > > > > > > > "Souldealer" wrote: > > > > > Do you know of any times it is NOT the media? > > > > > > "Mark L.