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Setup copied some files over and then rebooted. Reason: Clarification... I also found one time that is was problem sectors on the hardrive where winxp was installing and I ended up buying a new hardrive for the OS and formatting the Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More... his comment is here

Once that finishes, change drives to the drive with XP on it. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Cyclic Redundancy Check, a.k.a. Upon booting, setup > continues and within a minute or two I receive the error "Data error (cyclic > redundancy check)".

You can hook it up to another system and check it with HD Tune or you can load a live CD like Knoppix and install smartmontools to check the S.M.A.R.T status... I can try installing from another one, but that cdrom drive worked fine for the 2000 install! It gives a few ideas such as try using repair when asked if I want to repair previous install of windows. So i shut the system down so i could replace the cpu heatsink.

Password Register FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search Error installing Xp Pro, advice needed Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Search this Thread Rate Thread Display What a F$%& ing piece of **** windows XP is. should I try and get a replacement disc from > Microsoft? > Anyone else experience this kind of problem before? > > Thanks, > Dave > Nepatsfan Savage Guest Posts: n/a Usually we just delete partitions and format hdd one more time.

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Now I'm really > | frustrated and I don't know what to think. It shouldn't matter whether you purchased the software 30 or 300 days ago. I eventually get the | replacement... If not looks like i'll have to get ahold of Western Digital as this thing is still under warranty I believe.

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magnethead Windows 7 , Windows Vista Support 20 01-11-2011 12:58 AM [Help] cannot delete data error cyclic redundancy check Hi, I got this message from one of my internal hard drives this content Thinking the disc was bad, I > | returned the disc to ZipZoomFly for an exchange. hello there guys... Error Installation failed: D:\I386\asms.

I installed the 2000 on one partition in my 1st hard drive. when i boot the computer up it tries to resume install the dodgy installation of windows again. Is there a way to load the ShowConfig before Sitecore finishes initializing? Download Darieks Boot and Nuke and Nuke the Hard drvie, LLF.

Did a total format, not quick and it is still messed up. I've never had this issue before and we buid over 200 new PC's a year. Thinking the disc was bad, I | returned the disc to ZipZoomFly for an exchange.

Reply With Quote 12-07-09,12:18 PM #9 antipesto93 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jan 2008 Location london dosent this error mean the disk is unreadable somewhere?

my cd has the licence. thanks for the link. #5 udonoogen, Aug 31, 2003 fredtam Banned Joined: Jun 6, 2003 Messages: 5,694 Likes Received: 0 "If you are installing from a CD, there might be I'm looking for > suggestions... Special thanks to "clive_pearce" for that unique tool for recovering bad sector data, and thanks to "Kuwese" for CD/DVD scratch recovering technique!After 14 hours waiting, I have recovered all 4.14GB data

Discussions Cyber Deals Vendor Discussion Forum Feedback Mod Hotline « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Software Microsoft Operating Systems HELP, Data Error "Cyclic Redundancy Check" l386/asms - installing windows Why did my cron job run? I assumed they simply replaced the disc because they sent me > | back the same product key. The time now is 05:28 PM.

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Download Darieks Boot and Nuke and Nuke the Hard drvie, LLF. Boot your pc with a windows 98 se bootdisk with smartdrv.exe on the floppy (increases data transfer speed in dos). This is retail version of windows XP home as well. Like a bad technician, i have restart enabled *sigh* so I go to boot menu, and select my vista drive.

Error Message : Data error (cyclic > | redundancy check). > | > | Fatal Error: > | One of the components that Windows needs to continue setup could not be guruswaroop View Public Profile Send a private message to guruswaroop Find all posts by guruswaroop Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Data error (cyclic redundancy check). I eventually get the replacement...

Other than that there's nothing really more to say, this issue has nothing to do with anything other than you and microsoft. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. If that dosen't allow XP to install, it will definately be going back to WD. After reading ur advice I directly tried to install win xp from its iso image and it works...

I eventually > get the > replacement... and there are a couple others with the same message ... "Data error (cyclic redundancy check). Last edited by hooah; 07-20-04 at 12:37 PM. RJ, This will but it's not free: I've used it for 14 years from V3 and it's saved a few hard drives by remapping bad sectors and locking them out.