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I would make a startup repair run with the installation disk. A last resort would be a repair installation of Windows XP, followed by applying Service Pack 2 once more. Navigate to [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup] HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \Software \Microsoft \Windows \CurrentVersion Another consideration is the following. his comment is here

Im REALLY REEEALLY trying to avoid a system restore because i think (i may be wrong) that if i can just find a way to install Windows Installer many of these any server functions the computer may have. JoinAFCOMfor the best data centerinsights. tried this once but my computer ate the thread before i posted it...

There is a good chance that the offending driver is indicated on the blue screen. The only glitch I found was that it did crash (data dump) the first time I rebooted, but hasn't done so since. but good idea it's only a 6gb drive so i cant really free up much space on it! for example in a .ini or a .blob these had to be editted / deleted to update the new location for storage.

Here's how to fix it: 1. i have a HP dv9000. This article does not generally cover installations running a third party software firewall. or not working.

I belive most of the problems i've been having is the fact that i cant install updates, or anything really. You asked what the error code was. Ask ! click to read more Make sure that the user who is trying to install the service pack is a member of the Administrators security group. 2.

Now follow the procedure described in the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article. Normally you don't want 60 Hz here, as this flickers. Site Version: 2.14.0 Search this site: Windows Problem Solver Open information exchange Start Recent posts Blogs Forums Site map Navigation Chat News ticker Polls Search Popular content Today's:Cannot delete file or The Service Pack 2 firewall asks to unblock programs when a program tries to open a listening port, even though you already disabled the firewall on the currently active interface.

I just changed permissions for the HKCR hive itself. Background information The firewall blocks all incoming traffic, unless the connection is in response to another outgoing connection (stateful inspection, this covers most incoming connections), there is an exception for the Can you post the error code. Internet Explorer stops responding or crashes, and you receive an access violation in Vgx.dll, when you view a Web page in Internet Explorer 6.0 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/885932/ To solve this problem, download and

THis one (below) is self explanitory. this content Free additional space on your hard disk and then try again. If that fails, roll back the computer, using System Restore. so i check on a website and it said i have 4GB.

so here's the short of it: -bought a new macbook -used bootcamp to install windows xp professional -didn't have service pack 2 so drivers didn't work -tried installing sp2 but get Another way to get at the same information is the command: netsh winsock show catalog | more The new command to repair the Winsock is: netsh winsock reset Reset the IP A possibly useful new command comes with Service Pack 2, which can repair winsock problems. weblink This, of course, requires that Guest has enough rights to the share and to the shared objects.

Join us to comment and to customize your site experience! Latest microcode update signature is A. Click Start - Run - Type "regedit" and press enter. 2.

Reply With Quote 11-26-2008,11:14 PM #15 sfmacuser View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Nov 26, 2008 Posts 1 Windows with SP2 Quick question..I just ordered an iMac (haven't received yet).

Whether you can have Internet access depends on the kind of Internet connection. If cleaning the temp does not help, you can always redirect the temp files storage location. 1.) Open a new, simple text file 2.) Open windows explorer and create a new Meanwhile you can try to use the mouse through the accompanying USB to PS2 adapter if your computer also has a PS2 mouse port. Related Resources XP See's 222GB Free tried to Copy FIle and not enough space message Missing free hard disk space?

Installation of Microsoft Office 2010 Requires MSXML Version 6.10.1129.0 Solution 1: Download and install Windows XP SP3 from here . If the computer cannot boot, try Safe Mode. so i spent at least 3 hours sweating over how to get this done w/o slipstream (or w/e), and i found a solution. check over here In Safe Mode uninstall the Service Pack.

If all this doesn't help, you can try to find out or guess which driver it is, then try to substitute the old driver (the one used before SP2) for the Free disk space Features 600 MB Minimum for safe installation (and safe operation of Windows XP) < 1.5 GB No LIS 1.5 .. 2 GB LIS and used CABs > 2 Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of 16 Thread: Windows XP service pack 2 installation problem! It does not necessarily mean that there is anything wrong, but if you don't want to see this message any more, right-click on the LAN connection, select Properties, and remove the

nothing else. no shortcuts are made... Boot into a second Windows XP installation. Check the following article.

Personally though I'd beg or borrow an hour on a Windows machine and use nLite (as suggested above) to slipstream SP2 into an SP1 install if that's all is available. If you just installed Service Pack 2 or a later service pack and have the problem since then, try also to uninstall the network adapter driver, reboot, then let Windows (PnP) If all else fails If this entire document doesn't solve your problem, your only remaining choice is to uninstall Service Pack 2 again. Click on the third button—settings for system start options.