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Problem installing Win XP on ASUS P5KPL-am/ps

maheshkg 1Posts Wednesday August 19, 2009Registration date August 20, 2009Last seen - Latest answer on Jul 28, 2010 12:15AM
Hello,
I upgraded my system recently with Asus P5KPL-am/ps m-board, E7500 intel core2 duo processor with 4GB RAM and 500GB seagate hard-drive. I'm finding it hard to install Win-XP on it. Installation would continue till "Installing Devices" and suddenly it re-boots the system.
I would appreciate if someone suggest me what could be the problem and also some solutions for it.
-Mahesh.
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the asus P5KPL-AM/PS is an sata enhanced motherboard.
you have to set it to Compatible
it is displayed at the bottom of page 2-10 in the user guide

on the main menu in the bios there is a sub menu Storage Configuration
in the sub menu there is an option ATA/IDE Configuration set it to Compatible

remember this only works on the first 2 sata devices

15yr old kid
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hi there if u put in 0ver 2gb ram for win xp 32bit it won work coz there not same address if u want more 2gb ram u must install win xp 64bit this 100% work try u finf the answer...
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1)while ur system boot press del to enter the bios setup
2)navigate to exit >>load setup defaults>>enter>>press f10 to save & exit.

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i have the same problem. when im installing my win XP SP3. i don't know what to do. when the installer start copying the files and ready to start configuring installation it is stop and reboot.

can someone knows how to fix this?
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hi there,

check the installation cd

may be it has scratches

Thanks
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MAY BE YOUR INSTALLER IS CORRUPTED OR YOUR SATA WIRE IS BUSTED THIER ARE SO MANY OFFSION OF THE INSTALL OF KINDS OF WINDOWS XP SOFTWARE!!!!!!11
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