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something for free...Or... You need to start backing up your claims with facts. Just obscure, non-cited claims. It seems like you are anti-Asus and Pro Gigabyte, all of your evidence is one-sided. http://3swindows.com/xp-repair/xp-repair-install-please-wait-stuck.html

While Windows loads, this screen appears. What I would suggest is you uninstall the video drivers and install a fresh copy. The Application Management Service Terminated with the following error:The specified module could not be found.**************UPDATE*****************Windows freezes and now take 2 minutes to Power Off, things are worse than before I ran I'm going to download Security essentials and Internet explorer 8 to transfer the install to the laptop. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/412582/windows-xp-media-edition-repair-stuck-on-please-wait/

aford10Jul 14, 2010, 11:30 AM I think a format and reinstall is premature at this point. We'll see how long it lasts and deal with it when it dies. the only way to do this is to format the disk.

  1. After troubleshooting extensively I have narrowed the problem down to the B1 dimm slot.
  2. aford10Jul 17, 2010, 11:34 AM soundguruman said: As usual,you are engaging in the criticism,but have absolutely no working solution of your own.And replacing the motherboard with a working one WILL fix
  3. Now your system is buggered up and you need to do a clean install. (That means erasing your hard disk and starting over.) --- Leonard Grey Errare humanum est anoyed wrote:

I would have liked >> >> > to get back into Windows to deactivate iTunes (this particular physical >> >> > machine is registered 3 times due to reinstalls). >> >> Here a review of both positive and negative, I'll show you both sides to the wall, notice the brand of motherboards. --> http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductReview.aspx?Item=N82E168131284234x Winner of Customer Choice Award - Intel Motherboardshttp://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131614&cm_re=asus_1366_motherboard-_-13-131-614-_-Product eight short ones. If you check the ASUS sight, there are dozens of posts and complaints about this but ASUS will not even acknowledge the problem.

Also, I have repaired Windowws XP Service Pack 3 with a Service Pack 2 disc before, so thats probably not why it is now hanging. If you know of any alternatives, I would be interested in them. aford10Jul 15, 2010, 8:01 PM Good luck. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/248999-45-windows-repair-problem How can I reinstall it if I can't even get into windows? 0 Ransomware-A Revenue Bonanza for Service Providers Promoted by Acronis Ransomware – malware that gets on your customers’ computers,

soundgurumanJul 17, 2010, 10:34 AM It's not a static problem, it's a chipset problem.Throw all the darts you want at the messenger. The 2 disks I have used are XP SP3 OEM, and the machine is also on SP3. I have > tried several times to complete the repair installation process but have had > no success. > > My install disc contains Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2. I have >> >> >> >> > tried several times to complete the repair installation process but have had >> >> >> >> > no success. >> >> >> >> >

I am able to get on the internet now. why not try these out Do you know something that I don't regarding Asus mobo's? How can I fix this. Login now.

So I > decided to do a repair installation of Windows XP. have a peek at these guys Don't let your past experience cloud your opinions. Unlike many here, I find 4 hours of re-install preferable to 4 days of playing about. aford10Jul 15, 2010, 4:41 AM Sorry Systemlord, this has to be said.

If you ran it with the /r switch, it can take a few hours to run. You knew very little, and right away, you suggested that he wipe out the sysem. If I have been helping you and have not replied to your last post in 48hrs, please send me a P.M. http://3swindows.com/xp-repair/xp-repair-please-wait-how-long.html why didn't it work"?

Please try the request again. but other than the above it is not feasible to initiate a "repair installation" between differing versions. So I > >> > decided to do a repair installation of Windows XP.

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There's some red lines that I guess will forever be fragmented! Now your system is buggered up and >> >> you need to do a clean install. (That means erasing your hard disk and >> >> starting over.) >> >> --- >> or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. People rarely want to see that stuff.

I agree with running the Error Check, but would suggest you go ahead an run now: My Computer> Local Drive- usually C> Properties> Tools> Error Check> check both boxes on that And I take your point about the 'specs' but I'm sure you'll also have realised that if I knew any more than I'd put in already I'd have put that in Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... http://3swindows.com/xp-repair/xp-repair-stuck-on-saving-configuration.html I have > > tried several times to complete the repair installation process but have had > > no success. > > > > My install disc contains Windows XP Professional

I'm trying to avoid a clean install, as I need to > > deactivate iTunes if I am going to reformat the drive. > > > > I've done both clean You may need to re-install the device drivers or if you are moving to a new computer then have your drive disk ready as you will need to install the Chipset So I restarted the installation, but now it hangs at > >> > the first install screen after the first reboot. This looks a bit better ...

I seem unable to enter certain Windows programs like Disk Defragmenter saying the file doesn't exist, all my previous restore points are gone! Neglecting the fact that it didn't work out of the box, the Asus didn't seem anywhere near as solid or robust physically as the Intel MB. Two beeps to boot it and setting the BIOS to ignore errors to complete POST is annoying at best. Keep in mind that if the repair works, you will need to re-install XP SP3 all over again.

I ran into this issue when using a Windows XP SP3 install disk to repair a computer that had IE8 installed. whereas, the operating system with all the accumulated updates was deleted and what was installed was the original operating system from the cd which would then need to have all the Mine (at the moment) only goes to one and a half lines before stopping but it still adds a couple of unnecessary minutes to the boot-up. The only thing that HAS happened is that, when the machine tries to restart after the CHKDSK is complete, as it shuts down and then starts to reboot, I get a

The memory is fine in the A1 slot.Other Thoughts: If you want to use a memory cooler like the Corsair Dominator ships with....DON"T BUY THIS BOARD!