Program starting when computer is switched on 7. Window media error "An internal application error has occur" 6. on the XP CD but > when I do I get this error message: "An internal Setup error has occurred. > Could not find a place for a swap file. I would guess that the new drive had a 2nd partiion and you may have (mistakenly) begun installation on this much smaller drive space. his comment is here
I boot the system using a startup floppy, navigate to the CD-ROM drive that the Windows XP CD is in, change to the i386 directory, and run the command Winnt.exe. An internal Setup error has occurred! Press ENTER to exit." Is this because the > hard > drive is formated in NTFS and Win98 cannot read it? Windows CE 2.11 P/PC vs Palm IIIx Feature Comparison 3. click resources
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Join Now For immediate help use Live now! READ MORE © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. Posted on 2009-12-05 Windows XP 2 Verified Solutions 8 Comments 1,155 Views Last Modified: 2012-05-08 I am trying to install XP. Did you try formatting the drive FAT32 with your Win98 boot floppy and starting the installation again?
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More About Us... error has occurred 10. 'an internal application error has occurred'? 11. this is what i do boot on a windows98 boot disk to get to command prompt change to the d: go to the i386 folder try to run winnt.exe to start If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).
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Guest Guest For some reason I cannot boot my XP install cd. this content We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. Could not find a place for a swap file." after executing d:\i386\winnt in DOS Not sure what went wrong...any help appreciated. thanks!
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This time it didn't go so well....I got that error in the subject line there "An Internal error has occurred. It will help one to understand clearly the steps to track a lost android phone. any help would be great! check over here by Spin » Thu, 03 Apr 2003 01:36:47 I just ran FDISK on a system and created one large partition on a 6GB hard drive.
This is a new drive I just bought so it is a clean install! Do not use Acronis Disk Director as it doesn't like Vista, or viceversa :D, if ever upgrade to it. Nepatsfan Nepatsfan, Jan 28, 2007 #5 GreenieLeBrun Guest "thewizz" <> wrote in message news:... > For some reason I cannot boot my XP install cd. I am not sure how else to install?!?
I was trying to use my Windows 2000 Pro instead, but I am getting the same result.No one has heard of this anomoly?I cant afford to take it in... Try a full format. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 13, 2005 12:25 PM PDT In reply to: No IT But if you make up a new install procedure such as booting to DOS, then you Could not find a place for a swap file.