I dug out (quite literally!) an old Asus EEE PC model 4G netbook which I bought but never really used from 2 years ago. I remember wiping the rubbish basic linux operating system that came with it and trying to install a full version of win xp.
I cant remember what I did to it, but its possible I wiped the win xp operating system as well.
Anyway I get a "error 2" message on boot up after the bios screen and cant get passed that stage. I have not flashed the bios or anything I have even reset the default bios settings but no luck.
Anyone know anything about this error 2 msg? I cant seem to find much on the net.
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