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I am trying to re install xp pro..and i get a syssetup.inf  is corrupt message right when it starts to copy files...It will do the
format just fine...i'm running msi k8 neo platinum mb, and athlon 64bit 3000 processor with 3 256 ddr memory modules
from ocz..any thoughts
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by:SheharyaarSaahil
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Hello brunell180 =)

While installing are u doing a Quick Format of hard drive, or a Full Format..... try a Full Format, it will take some time but will format the drive compeltely...... check if it can work or not ??
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i always do the full format, ive been upgrading xp for 2 years in my business and ive never seen this error
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by:SheharyaarSaahil
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okkkkkkk then what abt the CD,,,, have u tried with another one ??
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yes i have
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by:SheharyaarSaahil
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tell me is it a single drive or have partitions, and if it has, then have u data on them right now ??
what im thinking is to use fdisk and then delete all current partitions then recreate them, format them with FAT32...
and then run the XP setup to format it in NTFS and install XP.... something is going wrong with the hard drive :-?
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the hard drive tested ok...im doing one partition i will try what you mentioned above...thank you
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by:SheharyaarSaahil
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>> the hard drive tested ok

nah nahhhhhh i was not talking abt a "damage"
what i was thinking, is that something has gone with the partitions or the boot sectors,,,, and deleteing and recreating partitions can rearrange them...... worth a try if there is not the problem of data loss :)
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sooo formatting first with fat32 then with ntfs...right?
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yeah,,,,,, and from fdsik, u knwo the standard win98\Me startup floppies >> www.bootdisk.com
using fdsik u can delete and recreate the partitions..... and then as fdisk doesn't support NTFS, so when u format the partitions it will be formatted using FAT32.... and after ding that when u boot with XP CD and format u can choose NTFS to format..... means double duty =|

the drive is not a NEW one.... right ??
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by:brunell180
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correct the drive is 4 months old (western digital 80g 7200rpm)
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by:SheharyaarSaahil
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hmmmmm good.... it shudn't be a NEW one,,, coz a new drive shud be completely clean, and shudn't create such problems :)
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that worked i formatted using fat32 then did the xp setup
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by:SheharyaarSaahil
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gooooooooood :)

anything else i can help u in.... =)
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no thanks...thanks for everything
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cool ^_^
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