error 32768

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by Rick, Apr 20, 2006.

  1. Rick

    Rick Guest

    Is this occurring in Windows x64?

    The references I find for this are related to upgrading from XP Home to
    XP Pro, so it does not sound like a Win x64 related problem.
    Rick, Apr 20, 2006
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  2. Rick

    Rick Guest

    Since you are getting this in Windows XP Home you need to go the group
    for that OS. This is for Win x64.
    Rick, Apr 20, 2006
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  3. you need to boot off the XP Pro x64 CD and install from there. To an fresh,
    new partiton - don't try to install over the top of an existing 32-bit
    installation without formatting.
    Charlie Russel - MVP, Apr 20, 2006
  4. Rick

    Rick Guest

    If you're trying to install Win x64 then you have to boot from the
    install CD and install win x64 to a clean partition/hard drive. You
    either wipe your XP Home installation, or create a new partition for Win
    x64. You do not stick the CD in the drive and run x64 setup from within

    So, now try giving some details as to exactly what you are doing and
    maybe someone can help you with your problems.
    Rick, Apr 20, 2006
  5. hi!
    i get the error 32768: cant find amd/biosinfo.inf
    how can i fix this?
    Erkki Muhonen, Apr 20, 2006
  6. oh, i forgot to say that I'm currently running regular xp home that came
    with my FSC computer.Scaleo P, ,1024 ram, amd athlon 64 3400+(2.21ghz) asus
    A8NE-FM. and the bios10 upgrade.
    i reinstalled everything, but it seems the biosinfo.inf
    is missing..
    how can i get it?
    Erkki Muhonen, Apr 20, 2006
  7. well, im trying to install the x64...
    that is the problem, when i put in the cd to xp pro x64
    it loads for a short while and then i get the error message.
    so this is a x64 problem!
    Erkki Muhonen, Apr 20, 2006
  8. ok, i do have a clean d:/ partitition that i was thinking of using.
    i put the cd in and boot from that and thats when i get the error message.
    Erkki Muhonen, Apr 20, 2006
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