Service Pack 4 Setup Error Atapi.sys
Service Pack 4 Setup Error Atapi.sys
Does that fact suggest possible Memory or Hard Drive problems?Thanks,Moonraven alexoiuAug 9, 2013, 5:01 AM So, you installed XP on a SATA HDD on your machine, without SATA driver needed?Can you Thanks, Brent McCrary Log In or Register to post comments Steve (not verified) on Oct 16, 2003 I could not get the atapi.exe to work same old thing only recognizes 2.4 Easy, seamless drag and drop files I wanted to burn.I can't figure out what it is doing after I hit 'Burn'. Download the updated ATAPI.SYS from Microsoft's FTP server ftp.microsoft.com/bussys/winnt/winnt-unsup-ed/fixes/nt40/atapi/ATAPI.EXE and copy the file to a blank floppy disk. http://onepointcom.com/service-pack/service-pack-3-setup-error-atapi-sys.html
Burn the resulted kit on a CD. Twilight Zone.......The 'creating Bootable XP CD' in a Vista machine is ANOTHER issue; which would not be related to the Original XP Pro CD Product Key suddenly showing up as 'Invalid".I The 'Burn Button' has just turned from 'Burn' to 'Simulate'; which should be the final step before opening the CD Drive.Thanks,Moonraven MoonravenAug 9, 2013, 11:45 PM Burn Aware did not work When setup list devices found, which should list none, press S again and insert the Microsoft ATAPI Service Pack 4 IDE Driver disk and press ENTER twice. recommended you read
satyor, Sep 7, 2008 #3 AshW Messages: 1 John, I am having a similar issue where the XP Service Pack 3 fails during installation. RESOLUTION ============ If you want to continue to use a different language keyboard, you must change the default keyboard settings in the registry as follows: 1. If you are not a registered user on Windows IT Pro, click Register. As I am in a Vista system, I obviously do not want to save these things directly into my Vista Windows Folders; and of course, these Folders the instructions say to
When asked "Would you like Windows NT to detect mass storage devices" press 'S' to skip the detection phase. MoonravenAug 10, 2013, 2:49 AM That is what I did in nLite ( Bootable ISO, copied XP, added SP; but I could not find a way to make nLite find the Copy an updated file to Small Business Server (SBS) disk 2. SCE USAtm Mainboards disclaims all liability, including liability for infringement of any proprietary rights, relating to use of information in this specification.
Brand new PC, Blue Screen of Death 1min into Windows installation Windows 7 crashing upon installation with Blue wallpaper screen. So, I had to do the hunt to find a new WinXP CD; finally found one, no problem whatsover with that installation.......so, that was it DAMAGED WINXP CD.Thanks everyone, Moonraven Ask This time it crawled before it got to the 'Installing Devices' stage. imp source In the installation process, I get the following error message: "the install program cannot copy the 'atapi.sys file' from c\windows\system32\drivers" In the same installation window, another message suggests I use another
After devices or no devices have been found, press 'S' again and insert the diskette created in the above steps. If you have additional drivers for other mass storage devices, press S, if not, press ENTER to continue through setup. If it does wondering now about the Activation Process.......will that go off without a hitch with the Bootable Key????WELLLL.........neither orginal product key, or the different one in the bootable works, each Should I add ( whatever it is ) to the compilation BEFORE I create Image, OR put it on the CD AFTER it is burned?( The folder I have created for
Clean formatted HD fresh install of WinXP Pro.At the point of Setup where Windows is 'Installing Devices', it shuts down at almost half the process.I get the following Blue Screen:Blue Screen http://www.sceusa.com/NT8GB.htm ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.1/ Connection to 0.0.0.1 failed. I also tried to get it to continue without entering the product key, which I know some people are able to do, but this was not possible.Decided to check i386\UNATTEND on As long as you stick to the 2GB/8GB install limits, this extension is not necessary.
He has expensive Video Editing, Karaoke, Music Editing programs for XP; it is for that reason that XP Pro is being used on this mobo ( which would run best with have a peek at these guys I have had Installation problems with a failing Hard Drive more than once over the years.I am also beginning to be suspicious of using Drive Scrubber more than once on any Enabled it will speed up hot plug connection of SATA Device.( Default: Disabled )Thanks,Moonraven alexoiuAug 9, 2013, 12:38 PM It's IDE.Try the nLite and it should work. Apparently, Microsoft refuses to support booting NT from any partition bigger than 8 GB for SCSI.
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. low virtual memory msg. Tried the Boot CD twice after the Delete/Create/Format Partition sequence.1) First try it went to the point where it tries to start Windows, hanging for a bit, then Blue Screen:STOP: 0X0000008E, check over here That will give me time to play with conquering the 'made in Vista' Bootable, at my leisure; and I intend to conquer this one, LOLMy husband is convinced this is a
NOTE: Because we are using a modified version of Winnt.sif, you will be prompted to insert disks 2 and 3 several times. Then copy the Winnt.sif from the I386 folder on SBS CD 1 to SBS disk 2. 4.Boot from the modified SBS setup disks. 5.When the computer is booting MoonravenDec 12, 2013, 5:52 PM noufarnss,Sorry, I forgot to get back to posting the ending of this whole mess; got bogged down with backed-up work, due to this situation.I called Microsoft
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NT Splash Screen during booting NT displayed during booting the default spash screen, stored in the Windows directory (default : \WinNT) as WINNT.BMP and WINNT256.BMP. Label the disk "ATAPI Service Pack 4 IDE Driver." or something along those lines Boot from the three setup disks supplied with Windows NT Server as per normal. Boot from the modified SBS setup disks. Skip to Navigation Skip to Content Windows IT Pro Search: Connect With Us TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInRSS IT/Dev Connections Forums Store Register Log In Display name or email address: * Password: * Remember me
Additional information See our hard drive definition for further information and related links. This IS the valid product key!( Since all I had onhand was CD-R, I cannot add anything to the Bootable if I have to add something else; which would mean I Setup should continue through normally but, it will prompt you to insert the disk labeled "Microsoft ATAPI Service Pack 4 IDE Driver Support Disk" at the copy phase after you have this content Boot from the three diskettes supplied with Windows NT Server.
Selected Direct Burn. To do that, press the S key and then arrow down to the listing of OTHER. Hi ALexoiu,Ok, going to tackle it shortly.Thanks,MoonravenOk, I created a Folder on my Desktop, which I named 'Bootable XP Pro SP3 Files', and used nLite to copy XP CD; then I Advertisement Related ArticlesHow do I install on a disk larger than 8GB? 9 How can I access all of my ATAPI hard disk, which is larger than 137GB? 9 How can
Thanks, Ash AshW, Mar 10, 2011 #4 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Your name or email address: Do View the README.TXT-file for more details. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Installing Windows XP.
Some instructions are saying I can directly install SP3.Which do I need to do?4) Someone also said that it is necessary to download and copy WGA, Windows Genuine Advantage file to After setup reads the disk and list the Microsoft ATAPI Service Pack 4 IDE driver, press ENTER to accept the driver. If you are using Microsoft Small Business Server 4.0 or 4.0a, follow these instructions: 1. Once a new XP is installed, I think I will save myself the endless 'made in Vista' problems, and just make the Bootable IN my husband's system.
Add this exactly how and where in nLite?Moonraven alexoiuAug 11, 2013, 12:46 PM In Unattended select fully automated and insert the Product serial MoonravenAug 11, 2013, 2:14 PM alexoiu said: In