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XP Repair Installation

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#1 Fox Mike

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Posted 10 April 2010 - 06:19 AM

Hi there,

Just completed XP repair from BOOT CD. All worked swimmingly well until

The system now will reboot to complete installation

'This part of setup has completed successfully' --- Happy so far...
Press Enter to restart
Remove floppy disc from Drive A
Automatic reboot in xXXXX secs.

Given I launched my XP repair installation from CD I tried both removing the cd for the reboot and leaving it in ( I completed the repair installation process several times to cover all options) No joy.

The system hangs on boot up on the file 'imagesrv.sys', previously to this the system would hang on isapnp.sys during boot, hence what started me down this process.

Any advice would be appreciated

Edited by Orange Blossom, 11 April 2010 - 04:50 PM.
Moving to XP forum. ~ OB

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