I have problem! Thanks. Thanks cellI checked the downloads and both the primary and alternative downloads still work for me. Get in touch.
A dialog box will appear: Select your source for the Windows XP install files (CD/DVD drive) and press OK. I used o keep all my data on D: drive (My Documents, Favourites, Mail, passwords etc.) and in case of problems I just recover entire C: drive from the image saved fdisk /mbr, I have to read about that again to find out what exactly it does..Thank you for your suggestions so far. Open Windows Explorer and see what letters yours is assigned to and change the command accordingly.
Followed the steps and it worked like a champ! I'm getting the 07B BSOD error as well. Same poster from previous post. ty!!!
on Mahalo Chaotic Moon Studios Chris Finke Cinematical Damien Barrett DualWielder Eliot Phillips Fabienne Serriere Hackaday How old is America? Still grappling with the .hal problem but my question is: Is anyone encountering a BSOD when trying to install from USB CD/DVD? any ideas? Windows Xp For Asus Eee Pc Download Upgrading the Memory: My memory is still on order from Amazon so I'll have to update this part later.
GUI Mode Setup Windows XP. Eee Pc Reinstall Windows 7 Starter Just to let you know I used this method with an nLite version of XP SP2 and it worked perfectly. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart".
Both comments and pings are currently closed. 48 comments to "Install XP on Asus Eee PC from USB flash drive" Comment by obscure: Tuesday, January 6th 2009 at 4:56 pm
The easiest I have found so far. Asus Eee Pc Reinstall Windows Xp I figured it would be something rediculously easy like that, but unfamiliar with the lingo, I thought I should make sure before I started. This is optional but is recommended for using this device with Windows XP. Boot from the Windows or recovery disk that came with the PC and follow the prompts to install it.That should be all.Kees Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (1) Collapse -
Just have to delete the 4 partitions on the C drive?????STUCK STUCK STUCK HELP HELP HELP January 22, 2008 at 3:12 PM gaspump said... http://www.eeeguides.com/2007/11/installing-windows-xp-from-usb-thumb.html Robert I don't know what else could be causing your problems. Eee Pc Reinstall Windows You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Installer Xp Sur Eeepc Thanks very much for the guide!
To install XP to an SD Card: http://wiki.eeeuser.com/howto:installxp Note that this involves wiping the internal SSD. It did not allow a CLEAN installation from the CD.I gave up on the EeePC CD and just booted with a regular Microsoft XP OS CD that I had from another i'm using this method in xp service pack 3.. Do not continue install if USB-Drive is listed first, this will corrupt files and MBR on it.I don't have a pata drive so I can't test this for you, good luck. Install Xp On Asus Eee Pc From Usb Flash Drive
Fix two options, save, remove USB and reboot. Tried everything mentioned here, but still couldn't get out of the hal.dll stage with the gui option. I installed XP to the main drive recently and installed another 16GB flash thumb drive internally that I am installing other OSes on. Therefore I used fixmbr as a command.
Log in om deze video toe te voegen aan een afspeellijst. Asus Eee Pc Os Installation December 15, 2007 at 11:11 AM erick61405 said... I fixed those errors with the program, changed the boot.ini to:default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWSand voila, the thing is up and running.Thank you for your efforts and this great tutorial.Robert December 21, 2007 at 10:14
i've put xp on the usb key using the software and then started the eee pc booting from the usb and selecting txt mode it starts the installation and then comes a message telling me windows has shut down to prevent damage to the computer) Aaron says: 5/26/2008 at 9:41 am I found out it's because my asus doesnt have enough disk Setup worked fine after that. On pressing any key, it still gives the same error.
I've deleted all of them and created only one. I had to restart the guide from the beginning to get this installed as instructed. It's like a spare tire for the car. messing around in the bios with the boot settings fixed it.
I am using a 4GB USB flash drive. The only way to get it to work is to close the PeToUSB window but as the tutorial states, this window must be left open. Cross the "Quick Format" if you want to save some time (marked in red). Comment by sirmarksalot: Sunday, March 13th 2011 at 11:04 pm Ok, I am having a problem.
Awesome.... December 21, 2007 at 8:21 AM Robert said... @Nick: I have done the BOOTCFG /rebuild command. Make sure you delete ALL partitions and recreate a single partition or you will get the hal.dll error message.Once the text mode portion of setup is complete it will boot into sectoid: Yes you must delete all partitions on the SSD and create a single new one.