Examining 76317 MB DISK 0 AT Id On Bus
I have a machine with following Config:Celeron 2.0 Ghz1 GB RamMercury Mother Board 915GL express Intel Chipset 80 Gb HDD Windows 2000 is already Installed. Now I am trying to install WinXP Professional on separate partitionDuring setup on Welcome Windows XP Professional Setup screen setup is running very very slow....it taking lot of time while examining the disk also examining 76317 MB DISK 0 AT Id on bus on atapi after doing all the copy n all it display Restart the computer after hittin the enter it hangs in Restarting Computer.I also checked with two three installation CD's .
View 7 Replies (Posted: Jul 24, 2007)
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