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Greetings!I have downloaded an XP edition, x86 (32bit) and have tried it on a friend of mine's MSI Wind U100. A problem occurs after the restart, when I have to start the second installation - a missing "hal.dll" file is said to be the problem. I will be eternally thankful to any one of you if you can help me solve this.P.S> I have a bootable USB drive, 1GB , via WinSetupFromUSB application.Regards,Alex
, when I have to start the second installation - a missing "hal.dll" file is said to be the problem. I will be eternally thankful to any one of you if you can help me solve this.
Ok, I chose the 1st option again, but the installation starts again from the very beginning. After the first reboot of the system, when copying of the files is complete, I have to restart. And then the problem arises - what follows next ?P.s> Sorry for the impertinence but this is my first time installing Windows to a non-CD-ROM computer.
Once again I'll have to apologize, but when I change the first booting device to Hard Disk, a problem occurs - "Windows could not start because of a computer disk hardware configuration problem." I have fears that the hard disk may have been damaged to some extend ...
It is disabled, by default I suppose, because I didn't make any amendments in the BIOS section.Should I enable it>?
It IS disabled, and the problem continues.