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PostIcon Posted on: Aug. 12 2013,05:08  Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

hi
when i boot from my easyboot windows xp i see blue screen...
my notebook is hp dv6-6c50se and when i boot it show blue screen that load drivers and when it want to load my partition""Windows is Starting"" it show a blue screen and some text...
i use this Herer to make my flash boot...

i see Already same blue screen but in this blue screen at bottom i see this ""appi.dll"" and i not sure the name is appi.dll but check it and edit my post...
my windows have sata drivers...


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@ehsan6830

Quote: "when i boot it show blue screen"

You don't by any chance have a 'stationary computer' to make a second test to ???
Note book hp dv6-6c50se can have a hided partition that fools setup in some way :O

However... Test with reworking your USB stick (I guess it is a USB stick)
Follow the 'winsetupfromusb.exe' exactly (including format and forget EasyBoot for the moment) and let 'winsetupfromusb.exe' do its work fully out :cool:
Now test again from USB stick if setup is working alright for WinXP

Note: I have tested this fully out and it is working alright :)

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Tanks
I Already test with ""WintoFlash"" and ""Winsetupfromflash"" and have same blue screen...
I test 3 iso files Different windows xp ""sp2&sp3sata&sp3"" and have same blue screen...
I can install iso file of easy boot with Virtual Box and VMware Workstation...
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@ehsan6830

Quote: " I can install iso file of easy boot with Virtual Box and VMware Workstation"

Well if it works from there but not from 'real boot' then it is that notebook of yours (which is no surprise especially HP notebooks is trouble-makers) ???

It can be related to that you don't have the right drivers (Sata etcetera) which means WinXP setup program is unable to find any harddisk to install WinXP to :(
It sure works in Virtual Box etcetera as drivers is up an running in your OP-system (Vista or Win7 or an preinstalled WinXP from HP) :cool:

But as told, when you do a 'real boot' no drivers is up and running= no harddrive found by WinXP setup
That's why I asked if you could test to a different computer :O  

It looks to me that it works alright but WinXP setup is unable to find any harddrive to install the system to.
This is not that strange these days as WinXP is a pretty old system and have limit support to newer hardware (newer motherboard - especially regarding drivers to the harddrive in computer)

I guess you are stuck there :(

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