etc. I burned the ISO to DVD and boom, it works! See why it earned our Editors' Choice award. Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? check over here
You might go into BIOS and bump up the memory voltage a notch or set the memory voltage to mfg. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Tags: Configuration Windows XP Last response: 23 December 2010 11:28 in Windows XP Share bradk_1749 26 July 2007 01:14:30 Hey guys, I have reinstalled windows multiple times and never encountered this I tried burning at the slowest speed with nero and burning on a different burner but kept running into the I386\asms problem.
I first upgrade to WIN XP-PRO and all was fine for a week I then decided to wipe the HD and remove the partition and then reinstall winXP-PRO. Ferguson "Souldealer" wrote: > Primary Problem; > Post fine (FF) > Windows copies files > Reboots > Starts actual install > Fails with > > Fatal error > An error has Featured Post Highfive + Dolby Voice = No More Audio Complaints!
Good Luck All "Mark L. Choice 2 accesses the new WINDOWS XP installation that I installed from the D: drive copy of the CD-ROM serv. Installation failed prompt feorod Windows XP 4 03-02-2011 08:06 AM XP Delayed Write Failed? Download File I386 For Window Xp here is the link to the software http://www.imgburn.com/ trying View Public Profile Send a private message to trying Find all posts by trying Page 1 of 3 1 23 > «
If I activate windows in the D: partition (if it can be done) does it replace the installation I did or does it become a second operating system for Windows XP The File Asms On Windows Xp Professional Service Pack 2 Cd Is Needed Has any body experienced similar problem and can you help? Any decent repair shop would have an adapter, and there would be no sense in buying one if the only working system you would have access to would be at a Windows 9x).
After getting the very same error message of everyone got, i swapped the installation cd to a different cd/dvd reader. Trying to load XP but an error: i386 asms will not elt me finish setup How can I copy (maybe from Desktop Computer) above file Karl01 Karl01 View Public Profile Send Windows Xp Installation Failed I386 Asms In which case I could simply install with the substitute CD rom drive from the replacement media XP CD without having to copy the XP CD to the D: drive. I386 Error When Installing Xp Worked without a hitch!!
In fact, I suggest that you back up all data that cannot be replaced or reinstalled at this stage before going any further. http://colvertgroup.com/windows-xp/installation-failed-asms-error.php Have you tried one DIMM of your RAM in slot one only and loading your OS that way? You can use MemTest to test the RAM from herehttp://www.memtest86.com/download.htmlBut quite often particularly if extra RAM has been added everything will Pass the tests but you still temporally need to remove The following is a good guide with screenshots: http://www.windowsreinstall.com/winxphome/installxpcdrepair/indexfullpage.htm The only difference is that it starts off by assuming that you have booted to your Windows XP CD instead of running Asms File Missing Fix
You said: "I ran winnt32.exe from the D: drive and I installed Windows XP Home Edition SP2 on the C: drive". "I still have the D: drive partition that still crashes That is why I think that the burn speed is the issue. The Parameter is Incorrect. > > During all this constant beep from system speaker. this content Error Mess Assuming you can use the CD drive , it's the media. -- helpful?
Brand new slipstreamed SP3 would not get past the ASMS error. Asms Windows Xp Service Pack 3 http://www.nocrash.com/ncbbs/msgs/1075.shtml Anonymous 17 November 2009 09:04:40 well.. Type the path where the file is located and click OK.
click "Yes" button. Incorrect function. System setup log -(D:\WINDOWS\setuperr.log Error: Installation failed E:\386\asms. The File Asms On Windows Xp Sp3 Is Needed Usb Try Free For 30 Days Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Seperate Windows 7 Purchases or Volume License... 13 161 338d You are currently not connected to any networks 3
I burned the ISO to DVD and boom, it works! Just noticed it starts at > > > > > post 27, have to look that up. > > > > > > > > > > Went to Microcrap site Password Register FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search failed installtion D:\I386\asms. have a peek at these guys have not helped.
I do hope this works this time. Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? click "Yes" button. bradk_1749 26 July 2007 02:13:39 Believe me, I've tried, any other ideas?
specs. Sign Up Now! Maybe my iso was corrupt or my cd burner is faulty. I put the winxp cd and ran setup, it formatted the drive and everything, but then when it boots up XP and runs setup to config timezone and **** it interrupts
The above is just a theory, but it is more likely that you have a damaged CD. It turned out that my burning software(older version of nero) wasn't burning properly, so I tried a program called poweriso. You can get adapter connectors that allow you to connect a laptop hard drive to a standard IDE cable in a desktop. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for tech news and trends Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource Center About Us Who We
Connect with top rated Experts 12 Experts available now in Live! This is the sign of either Faulty RAM or RAM with a Timing Issue. The reason I am asking this is that, when you boot to a Windows XP CD and start setup from there, it will ALWAYS look for and read the setup instructions Fatal Error: One of the components that Windows needs to continue setup could not be installed The parameter is incorrect. (This is a legal copy of windows xp and everything is
Winnt.exe command line options: http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase/win2k_cmdline_setup.asp I am just suggesting that if this is a custom CD, then there could be a wrong setting in the .sif or unattend.txt. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Error Mess This reply really saved me time trying to fix my problem. I diagnosed the original CD and a replacement media CD that was sent by Microsoft.
The rest of the install-process was without problems, and I didn't expierience troubles, until... I have removed all components except the Video card, RAM, CD-DVD and 3.5 floppy drives. This is a Pentium II 400 with 128MB and 10 gigs.