This issue is quite common with copies on CDR media. I made the mistake of shelling out the money to talk to a Microsoft IT guy. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: John on 04/02/2011 Ted on 05/17/2007 worked for me. Take out the cd, spit on it, cursed it, and then wipe it clean.2. check over here
I've been working on this for weeks and finally got it to work after going into device manager and updating the drivers to get Windows to locate the CD-RomSteve on 09/18/2009I But since it will not recognize the drive it cannot boot from disc. Error message: incorrect func† paddydolly replied 2 years, 11 months ago this is because something went wrong while you are burning the XP cd. Additionally, I have read online that this is a semi-spontaneous case of the CD-ROM not being able to communicate with the computer. check these guys out
I replaced the Rom Drive and that worked... Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: AMIT on 09/25/2010 OMG, I am so relieved. thanx everyone for their advices. Thanks Steve!-----------------------------------------------------Steve on 09/18/2009I too had been getting the dreaded 'asms' problem during Windows XP SP2 install, and Terrys fix regarding Device Manager got me half way there:1) when prompted for
One's me. The twin USB cable yhingie is to give it the extra "juice" for burning labels, and if that ain't enough it has an AC Adapter transformer, which was plugged in.All the Never paid attention to those numbers. Asms Windows Xp Service Pack 2 Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Frank on 08/31/2010 Also played around with the cables that went into the back of the cd-rom inside teh machine....
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The instructions are fairly straight forward, but heres a translation to make things a bit simpler. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/1439cb26-8450-41a9-904b-ca4acaab0a01/the-file-asms-on-win-xp-sp3-is-needed-during-install?forum=itproxpsp Once I get to the screen that says repair, iI hit enter and it loads th drivers etc, then asks of I want to do a repair install. The File Asms On Windows Xp Sp3 Is Needed Usb by R. I386 Asms Download Nope not really.
GOOD LUCKThanks Steve & RainerFrom: Rainer on 02/09/2010 on 02/09/2010THANK YOU STEVE !!!!. check my blog None worked.What did work was I took the tablet out of its dock. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Try this tip and hopefully you should get somewhere Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Rich on 02/18/2011 A keyboard problem prompted me to try an XP "repair" procedure. Windows Xp Asms
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I hope this helps. Asms Windows Xp Usb The system has two CD drives; one is a CD drive and the other is a DVD/CD RW drive. When you are prompted to specify a name, type Test.
Every time it came to the next file, it would say it couldn't find it so I'd have to re-enter "d:\i386". ------------------------------------------------From: Marc on 05/24/2010After numerous failed attempts to solve the Consult your computer manual or SCSI adapter documentation for more information.You must select a different partition for Windows Xp. My computer allows me to tell which to boot from. Turned it on and tried the installation again and it worked?!?!?!
Upon further investigation, though, I noticed it was not even listed under My Computer. Like Bill below, had to do it a bunch of times, but it worked. typing sysdm.cpl brought up the control panel but then the device manager wouldn't open. have a peek at these guys Copying the files to C:\ worked, but when asked for the file location, the computer does not seem to recognize C:\I386.
Tried many solutions, but nothing.Here is where i stuck:- Get GLOBALROOT\DEVICE\CDROM0\I386 instead of a drive.- Don't get "Press any key to boot from CD..." prompt.- Can't start regedit.exe or Manage Hardware.So Swapped out optical drive-- bingo! Type the path where the file is located, and then click OK. Windows XP Professional SetupSetup was unable to format the partition.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Here's the link to the order lines. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - And does the issues in Method 3 apply? I've tried the support from microsoft but this is not working either. I have no cd drive as it is a netbook.
I am unable to start windows in safe mode, that's not an option.