Boot Camp Window Xp Disk Error
An idea what I can do to resolve this issue? Same system, same error message, same "any key" to press, same unresponsive windows. My table doesn't fit; what are my options? windows osx windows-xp macbook boot-camp share|improve this question edited Aug 6 '10 at 19:46 asked Aug 6 '10 at 16:52 erikvold 1,22483858 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes have a peek here
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply balamw, Feb 26, 2008 balamw Moderator Staff Member Joined: Aug 16, 2005 Location: New England #4 StopStand said: My Boot Camp partition is 48GB of my 160GB drive. View Public Profile Visit Cold Warrior's homepage! We all have MSDN subscriptions and get a ton of CDs containing various versions of XP and other Microsoft software.
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Thanks View Public Profile Visit carterx's homepage! Is there a way to prove that HTTPS is encrypting the communication with my site? It says that if you try to install WITHOUT letting Boot Camp format the partition it created, THEN you have a problem. Any other idears?
I'm not really sure what to do at this point except try to find another Windows XP SP2 CD. UPDATE:: It's installing now. Ah! Boot Camp Windows Xp Drivers Been there, done that too.
And they wrote Boot Camp to PLAY with Windows right? Boot Camp Windows Xp Home With a very clean install disc, too. Everything in that session went perfect... So there's no warning, no notice, just a goobered installation to tell you what's going on.
Update Here's the error that I get when I format the drive as NTFS, instead of the 'Disk error': Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: Mac Boot Camp Windows Xp nothing. I then tried to format the Boot Camp partition from Disk Utility in OSX to another file system (namely osX compatible versions with or without page addressing or whatever it is It must have been the disc.
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Stay logged in Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion It sounds like this is a second or later attempt, and it got to the point that it started to format the partition before it crapped out. Boot Camp Windows Xp Sp2 Check the EULA.txt file. Boot Camp Windows Xp Sp3 So i guess I am not the only one with that problem.
Use the Boot Camp Utility to "restore the startup disk to a single partition" and try again. navigate here So I power down, hold down OPTION, and then choose to boot from the new windows partition and I get the error "Disk Error", "Press any key to restart", and of You haven't "condemned" your computer, just confused it. I'm not using an external display or USB keyboard (I use the built-in ones). Boot Camp Windows Xp Service Pack 3
I clicked and waited, but nothing was showing up. I selected the AppleHD and promptly loaded Boot Camp Assistant... On the second time, I was able to select which drive/partition to boot to, yay me! http://hammerofcode.com/boot-camp/boot-camp-disk-error.php Fortunately, this isn't anywhere near as onerous as it would be with Windows.
I didn't have the Mac OSX disk with me to finish, so he said i could just wait, do all the install stuff at home based off the instructions online.
I burned a new one from an ISO from our MSDN binder at work and all is well. View Public Profile Find More Posts by scaught ghporter Administrator Join Date:Apr 2001 Location:San Antonio TX USA Status: Offline Oct 28, 2007, 07:56 PM Have the wired keyboard plugged They are no problem at all. Reinstall Windows Xp Boot Camp no problems since....
So when it doesn't play....? When I do start to reinstall the OSX disk, I don't see any drives in the destination file to install on. So after I install the Win XP and restart when it prompts me to, it goes back into setup and then back to the screen where it asks me what partition http://hammerofcode.com/boot-camp/boot-camp-disk-error-xp.php He didn't tell me anything over the phone.
Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Sans Serif Small Sans Serif Medium (Default) Serif Small Serif Medium Go to Page... I really don't see the issue here, unless you don't follow the instructions. I have a fresh 10.5 install. Do I HAVE to slipstream in order for this to work or are there any other workarounds?
It's a cheap fix that takes very little time to do. Future plans include finding a Bootable CD to format the C:/ drive and bypassing this stupid setup bug. Voch I was having this very issue with my BootCamp install with the "Disk Error Press any key to restart" but "by having the Windows XP installer format the partition NTFS I hope I'llneve rhave to go through the crap you guys were experiencing. -t View Public Profile Visit turtle777's homepage!
I appreciate any help! My feeling now is that the disc I thought was an SP2 disc was not.