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He never answered my e mails.Two months later (that's 60 days or more) Asus returned my phone call. How can I fix this. The only difference is that when booting into safe mode, the system prompts that it cannot proceed because windows cannot be activated in safe mode. but if the system has sp3 version system files, there is "no way" an sp2 cd can replace missing or corrupted sp3 system files. -- db·´¯`·...¸><)))º> DatabaseBen, Retired Professional - Systems http://technologyprometheus.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-repair-please-wait.html

What should I do?? Theme designed by Audentio Design. aford10Jul 14, 2010, 11:30 AM I think a format and reinstall is premature at this point. but ignore them and proceed to fix the master boot record, which may have become corrupted with the fail attempts to boot the repair installation. ------------------ if still you cannot access https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/412582/windows-xp-media-edition-repair-stuck-on-please-wait/

Thanks! > anoyed, Jul 28, 2009 #3 JS Guest Before you go to the extreme of re-installing Windows, try the Repair Install one more time. Reply Swapan April 24, 2016 at 9:57 am It has happened to me once before n that time it stopped when i restored my system. Thanks again!

Thank you for taking a look at this. Galdorf Expand Collapse Well-Known Member Likes Received: 143 Location: Sudbury, Ontario, Canada Tried a repair on xp pro with the orginal cd it gets stuck at please wait at the end then you don't need the "recovery console" -------------------- in order to down grade from sp3 to sp2 you must format the disk first. All I did was turn my computer off then on again, I waited for the bios prompt.

Do you know something that I don't regarding Asus mobo's? Click here to Register a free account now! Once it got to the please wait screen nothing else happened, the mouse would still move but it wouldn't progress any futher. internet Privacy Policy Support Terms of Use Icrontic › All Discussions › Science & Tech If geeks love it, we’re on it What’s happening on Icrontic Linc Bard Detroit, MI 15 Dec

There's no way I'd recommend this board to anyone. How can I fix this. Only used this computer a few times… Reply Tomer October 15, 2014 at 8:20 am Hi, i tried method one and didn't work out… so i tried to create new account Am wondering if the fact that, after running CHKDSK, the machine does need to restart (rather than turning off completely and then on again) in order for any changes to take

Like I said, you can replace the board, or continue to suffer, your choice.Asus support as easy as it gets? Wtf is going on Reply carl April 8, 2016 at 7:57 am What is the model of your laptop or computer? Reply vince January 29, 2015 at 5:34 pm no key combination recommended has changed the screen from the "please wait" and the dell computer came with windows 8 installed so I While sometimes, performing a simple restart might resolve the issue, majority times it requires further drilling.

I tried last known good configuration but that didn't work so I did a repair install after looking around on the net for a solution. http://technologyprometheus.com/windows-xp/how-to-repair-windows-xp-with-cd.html Of all the suggested methods, performing a System Restore worked. However, when the install >> > finished and the splash screen came up with the words: Please Wait, the >> > process began to hang. So I > >> > decided to do a repair installation of Windows XP.

That's why I asked if it was an Asus board.Wiping the system? Give proof, or stop making these claims. Thanks! > > -- > > HELP > > > anoyed, Jul 28, 2009 #7 anoyed Guest You can do a repair installation on a version of Windows newer than http://technologyprometheus.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-repair-please-wait-after-repair.html Before the >> >> >> >> > repair install, my computer was running Service Pack 3. >> >> >> >> > >> >> >> >> > Also, I have a thread

My experience is that Windows needs 13-20% of the C: partition to be free space...in order for Windows to do its job properly. That is exactly what I have been doing, having errors after errors after many fresh installs. Nice work optoma. 0 Message Expert Comment by:Richard_Pimple ID: 340117602010-10-28 Worked for me 0 Message Active today Expert Comment by:georgejon ID: 391157212013-04-26 Yes, this works.

However, when the > > install > > finished and the splash screen came up with the words: Please Wait, the > > process began to hang.

Looks like I am going to be building more with evga now. I would have liked > >> >> > to get back into Windows to deactivate iTunes (this particular physical > >> >> > machine is registered 3 times due to reinstalls). Now for the kicker, my Windows installation was in perfect condition because after a few attempts I found out why my system32 errors were happening, my graphics card 8-pin connector was Kmita.

I get the networking icon with a yellow triangle box and an exclamation mark in the taskbar and am not able to connect. These freeze-ups go unnoticed by Windows monitoring software (Event Viewer), it's as if time has frozen and windows is unaware that space time is at a stand still! However, have tried downloading as suggested and, although it seems to do that OK, when it comes to unpacking and installing on the machine, it's telling me that it can't complete his comment is here It proceeds to restart.

Then I rebooted and everything was good. In the report it says 2 files fragmented and after a defrag it says, "some files could not be defragmented", yet the files are nowhere to be seen. Now your system is buggered up and > >> you need to do a clean install. (That means erasing your hard disk and > >> starting over.) > >> --- > Before the > >> >> > repair install, my computer was running Service Pack 3. > >> >> > > >> >> > Also, I have a thread discussing this issue

So I decided to do a repair installation of Windows XP. I would have liked > >> > to get back into Windows to deactivate iTunes (this particular physical > >> > machine is registered 3 times due to reinstalls). > >> I have > > tried several times to complete the repair installation process but have had > > no success. > > > > My install disc contains Windows XP Professional Please try the request again.

However, when the install > > finished and the splash screen came up with the words: Please Wait, the > > process began to hang. Any ideas. you must remove all the newer files on the disk that "supersedes" the older files on the cd. Your screen will look weird - live with it.

I mean to say how can i turn off wifi and bluetooth using keys? It's a people-at-large are stupid problem. Yet for everytime anyone else provides a counter review your only answer is another bad review, there will always be customers who fall through the cracks as some techs (if you Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate.

Then, go into Start, Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs and find your Video drivers and remove them. NET Framework 3.0 requires an internet connection, and Microsoft doesnt offer a complete install w/o having to connect to their site (well couldnt find one). 3.5 requires 3.0 Service Pack 2 tigsoundsJul 17, 2010, 12:39 PM systemlord said: How do I take an image of my OS without having another HDD as I only have one? Also, I have repaired >> > Windowws XP Service Pack 3 with a Service Pack 2 disc before, so thats >> > probably not why it is now hanging. >> >

You can't just suggest a bad motherboard to everyone who has a problem with a windows install.