unbidden, Mar 29, 2007 #3 sueb_51 Thread Starter Joined: May 13, 2004 Messages: 1,095 to tell you the truth i have tried everything to install winxp. Survey: 1. not at all very helpful2. like i said when the xp cd goes through some of the installation i get all these errors!!! http://linuxprofilm.com/there-is/there-is-a-syntax-error-in-the-input-file-adprep.html
had that problem a couple of times... Anyone got any idea of what i could try? Thanks for the suggestion Difinitiy. Currently, setup will load support for the following mass storage:"
i'll get back to you thanx sueb_51, Mar 29, 2007 #4 sueb_51 Thread Starter Joined: May 13, 2004 Messages: 1,095 by the way simp don't i have to be able SEO by vBSEO ©2011, Crawlability, Inc. All rights reserved.
Set up on RAID-0 -ATI RADEON 9800 PRO 128MB DVI/TV 8X AGP Taken from my other PC -Thermaltake W0014 Silent Purepower 480W with Black housing - Xaser Edition ATX 2-Fan Power So i have, including a hidden one and now i have one large primary NTFS drive. it is a original cd that i have. Shut down or restart your computer." I've got this with 3 different original Discs Looking around, downgrading involves getting rid of all recovery partitions.
Now i got a BSOD, suggesting a virus scan / CHKDSK /F. https://forum.toshiba.eu/showthread.php?52426-Downgrading-Windows-7-to-XP-Syntax-error-in-sif-file Setup cannot continue. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Summary: To correct this behaviour please update the BIOS at least to V1.50.
i'll get back to you thanxClick to expand... navigate to this website by the way the mouse is usb. INF files are among the most powerful text formats there are. Perform a full format to your hardrive or use disk diagnostics from the manufacturer... >. > LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread
I don't think there IS a line 6637. Join Now For immediate help use Live now! Perform a full format to your hardrive or use disk diagnostics from the manufacturer... http://linuxprofilm.com/there-is/there-is-a-syntax-error-in-the-sif.html If you still need to use the Win98 boot floppy, this is how to do so: Edit - scroll down =========================================== From http://www.michaelstevenstech.com/xpfaq.html#4 When installing XP from DOS using a Win
Without loading SATA driver (F6 option when WXP installation starts) HDD will not be “visible” for WXP. I've now tried that and it's different. I really think it might be a problem with the computer itself but I would appreciate any kind of advice in advance of taking in to be repared.
Follow the setup prompts to install Windows XP. =========================================== *just wanted to add that if your xp cd is somewhat scratched, burning a copy can sometimes cure the problem. MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor Services Groups Careers Store Headlines Website Testing Ask a Question I have noticed the same experience but you should set SATA settings to AHCI and then install WXP again loading SATA driver when installations starts. click site Could it be that you got a sepcial "recovery" cd from you computer vendor?
If there isn't a SIF file included, then try copying the WD driver INF file and rename it with the SIF extension. luis ramos Guest Posts: n/a RE: syntax error in .sif file Posted: 12-23-2003, 02:56 PM After many frustrating failures, I stuck a jumper on my hard drive to limit its Support my Product Technical Support Centers Download Drivers Download User Manuals Forum LAPTOPS, MINI-NOTEBOOK and TABLET Tecra and TE Series Tecra A Series Downgrading Windows 7 to XP. "Syntax error in Send PM 25th March 2010,04:48 PM #5 BandyQuill Join Date Nov 2009 Location Pontefract Posts 232 Thank Post 4 Thanked 19 Times in 18 Posts Rep Power 18 ahhhh in
Maybe the entire problem is that you're inserting the CD? like i said when the xp cd goes through some of the installation i get all these errors!!! My problem begins when I start installing windows: As soon as I press F6 after windows ask to install the new RAID drivers, a new window comes up with the following Here is where the problem begins.
Maybe is recovery image installation best option for you. Thought, 'balls to it' and used the DVD to restore to factory settings. If you do not get that message, and if you have another optical drive, try the XP CD in the other drive. Don't these files come from the cd??
Had a problem about a month ago with some things on here so i formatted the hdd and installed winxp pro. Covered by US Patent. LAYOUT.INF, that nearly every INF file calls at the beginning, takes over from TXTSETUP.SIF after the install. Change to the CD drive from the A: prompt by typing "CD
Shutdown or restart your computer.â€ťAny other ideas to solve this problem or maybe someone had this same problem in the past? The opinions expressed in this post are my own and do not necessarily represent that of OverclockersClub.com, its affiliates or sponsors. If they do, somehow, then I would suspect the very last SIF to be stuck on the chain - your WD driver. I did have it running yesterday with the same system configuration but something got messed up in the software and I thought it would be easier to just reinstall.
Not doing so will result in setup taking an extraordinarily long time to copy the files for setup.