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XP Installation


Anders Sme´backen

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Hej,

Fick avbrott under xp installationen, kommer till "32 minuter kvar" och "Nätverkskomponenter installeras".

Där fastnar datorn! Jag har till och med prövat med två olika xp skivor, XP home och XP pro, men båda fastnar vid "nätverk".

Vad är det för fel...?

Kan det vara fel på nätverkskortet...?

Datorn gick ju innan formteringen, men var seg...

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Nu har jag dragit ur en USB hubb som jag hade ansluten, men tyvärr kommer jag bara till samma ställe ändå, "nätverkskomponenter installeras", då fastnar installationen...

Som många andra gånger känns det lite lockande att hämta en slägga i garaget och boota den med... :(:angry:

Försöker du installera på en befintlig partition, eller gör du en "Clean install" ?

Det sistnämnda är att rekommendera!

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Men när jag tittar på Belarc Advisor, ett papper jag skrev ut före formateringen på allt som fanns i datorn tidigare, står det under rubriken

Networks drivers:

None detected.

Ska det vara så...? Måste jag ha ett nätverkskort i min dator över huvudtaget...?

Vad uppfyller nätverkskortet för funktion...?

Hmm.... har aldrig ens funderat över om det krävs ett nätverkskort för att installera XP, men det kanske är så! Min tanke var ju faktiskt att nätverkskortet kunde vara trasigt! Har du ett integrerat eller pci-kort? Nätverkskortet är ju det som används för internetaccess och för att kommunicera med andra datorer!

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I had this problem and after talking to about 7 different tech support people over 5 days, finally pulled a solution out of them. This is for those whose Windows XP repair install stalls at 32 or 31 minutes, saying "installing network", and where disabling hardware devices hasn't solved your problem:

1. When you are stuck at 32 or 31 minutes, press shift + F10. A command prompt box should pop up saying "C:\windows\system32".

2. At the prompt, type "taskmgr". The task manager window should pop up.

3. Click the "processes" tab

4. Find the process that is taking up all of the system resources (more than 90%) and click on it. Probably "spoolsv" or something to that effect (I'm relating that from my memory, as I have no desire to go through the repair install process again).

5. Click "end process". At this point your hard drive should start working again, the windows progress bar should begin to move, and you will cross that hitherto uncrossable 31 minute barrier!

6. Go through the rest of the install. It may freeze again (it did for me at 13 minutes), but make sure you give it some time to work before assuming it's a freeze. Once you determine it is indeed a freeze (esp. if it's at the 13 minute mark), then repeat steps 1 -5. It should then continue to progress. I experienced two freezes: one at 31 minutes and one at 13 minutes. At 2 minutes it looked at first like it might be a freeze but it was just slow. So don't be trigger happy about ending a process but do it when it is clear you're stuck.

7. Check to see if you can surf the web. If you can't, check to see if you can ping another server. If you can do that, then you need to reinstall your tcp/ip stack. Now I'm a little fuzzy about what the tech support person told me, but it involves going into the registry to wipe out some entries and then going back and to the network settings in windows and adding a TCP/IP protocol, so you should find some other info on the web or call tech support to walk you through that.

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As DonDamm mentioned the problem may be bad RAM. Alternately, the RAM may be file but a related problem may exist (like slightly conductive dirt material shorting circuit).

The problem may also be a bad driver (not necessarily corrupt). If a corrupt driver is run, undesired behavior may occur. Some drivers from the Windows XP installation source do not correctly run the hardware they are meant to implement. Try removing PCI and ISA cards (except Video if it is being used), and see if the installation finishes.

Another possibility is a bad or inadequate Power Supply.

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