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Reinstall OS on Radiant P1220 Solid State

Posted on 2010-08-31
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I just received a Radiant P1220 from service and it does not load because there is no OS.  I have no idea where to even start with this bad boy.  I could try to make a bootable thumb drive with XP on it or something, but was hoping someone on here has done this before.

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Question by:omnipotentone
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Call radiant systems and purchase an operating system for it.  No way would you be able to take a vanilla XP distribution and get it to work right.
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Yea they run XP embedded from a CF card on the motherboard.  If you have a service contract they will drop ship you a new one. Open it up to make sure the OS card is in there.
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