Re: Windows XP Pro clean install issues, SP2 issues too...

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by pcbutts1, Jul 6, 2005.

  1. pcbutts1

    pcbutts1 Guest

    Howie <> wrote:

    > I have been trying to install Win XP Pro on a P3 - 733 machine with an
    > Intel D815EEA motherboard/CPU.


    Really? You have been trying to install win xp pro on a p3 - 733 machine
    with an intel d815eea motherboardcpu?

    > I bought a 256 MB RAM stick of AZENRAM from Futureshop (Canada eh!


    Amusing that your claim above strengthens the case that you are a fool,
    Howie, given that you can't remember your own questions even when they are
    preserved in the text you're quoting.

    > )


    Deranged.

    > I used the two spare 13 GB HD's that we kicking around as well.


    Wow, how very precise.

    > I flashed the BIOS too (I read that one should do this before a clean XP
    > install)


    Non sequitur.

    > "the file xxxxx.


    Dicto simpliciter, Howie. Please try to avoid sweeping generalisations.

    > xxx was not copied correctly.


    Converted conditional fallacy, Howie. "If A then B, therefore if B then A."

    > The file setup placed on your HD is not a valid Windows XP system image.


    **** it off. Install linux. It's worse. You'll love XP after that.

    > If you are installing from CD, there may be a problem with the Windows
    > XP CD".


    No there's not.

    > After each error message it gave me the option to "Retry or Skip".


    Why do you make so many mistakes?

    > " xxxxx.


    Classic illogical circular reasoning by someone who is a simpleton.

    > xxx stands for various files, such as "dxmrtp.dll" or I hit "Retry"
    > many times, but it appeared to eventually copy the file correctly.


    You are always making excuses.

    > This happened numerous times during the install (at least 15 times)


    Another unsubstantiated and erroneous claim.

    > it eventually got through the install however.


    Classic invective, as expected from someone who lacks a logical argument.

    > I tried another WIN XP CD (original, not copied)


    Why did you give up on trying another win xp cd?

    > same problem.


    Tell some **** that cares.

    > I "googled" the error message and some people say it's a bad RAM stick,
    > others say a bad hard drive, CD drive or Power Supply.


    If you took your time, you wouldn't make so many errors.

    > Others say it's the motherboard.


    You say it is the motherboard; I will say "you gaping, inadmissible, bawling
    goggle-eye."

    > XP starts up ok, and it appears to be functioning ok as well.


    Get fucked.

    > I have install a great deal of updates too.


    I too have install a great deal of updates too.

    > When I tried to install Service Pack 2, I got this service pack 2 setup
    > error message: "a component's file does not match the verification
    > information present in the component manifest".


    How many times have you tried to install service pack 2?

    > Service pack 2 then uninstalls itself.


    On what basis do you call that 'proof', Howie?

    > I have ran two RAM diagnostic utilities (DocMemory and Memtest86), the
    > RAM tested ok.


    I too have ran two ram diagnostic utilities.

    > I switched hard drives, no fix.


    Fallacy of accent, Howie. Fallacy by shifting the meaning.

    > swapped CD drives, still no fix.


    Irrelevant, given that I never said anything of the kind, Howie.

    > I even changed the Power Supply.


    Utter fiction.

    > no fix.


    Still suffering from reading comprehension problems?

    > I swapped out the motherboard/CPU (I have a spare)


    Have a spare? That's a joke right?

    > still no fix.


    Classic hypocrisy, as evidenced by your being manipulative, Howie.

    > this is starting to get on my nerves.


    Classic unsubstantiated and erroneous claim, laced with invective, as
    expected from someone who is meddling and controlling.

    > It sounds like the original install wasn't a good one, even though the
    > machine seems to run ok (this post Should I tweak the BIOS settings?


    Get fucked.

    > Any ideas / tips / suggestions / advice?


    Advice on what?

    > I'm at the end of my rope.


    Snide.

    > Howie.


    Incongruous.
     
    pcbutts1, Jul 6, 2005
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