If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Several functions may not work. Oh boy, there is no option to perform a repair install in the setup!! Hope to fix it soon. Posted 04 January –
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Jan 22, Messages: Even though the GUI part of the install took place for a few minutes.
The first screen should ask you if you want to setup Windows XP – you press Enter for that one. Zllio Thanks for the reply. Sign in to vote. TheOutcasteMar 25, Copy the line that looks like this: This fix works for me too.
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Run this command line exactly: Thank you for your interest in this question. Officially, there is no way to upgrade the HAL. Welcome to Super User, by the way: Double click on the item and you will see what the dependency is.
EXE to get a devices. Late to the comment party, but yes, backups are always a good idea!
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How to enable multiple processors on XP SP 3? My guess is that you are missing NT loader component. Please see this article: Info I now found a tool that does the same stuff, a bit more comfortable: Boxmaker Dell, eMachines, Gateway, Compaq, etc versions, which are installed by those companies on systems for resale. multiprpcessor
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Remove From My Forums. Then the question is why it needs to be explicitly set since it should not need to. Is this because the setup did not finish? What do you see? Posted 04 January – I think a repair install will fix however, I multiprocexsor reluctant, is there a way to change this setting back without booting to the machine and without re-installing the operating system?