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Old August 25th 04, 11:07 PM
Need For Speed
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Default WinXP64 1218 image non bootable

Hi all! I hope this is not a FAQ but I've downloaded three times the
image of the CD for new WinXP64 before asking here. My problem is that
the CD burned from this image is non-bootable and if i try run setup in
WinXP 32 i get an error box telling:

"Welcome to Windows XP has encountered a problem and needs to close. We
are sorry for the inconvenience."

A strange fact is that the name of image file is
w2k3sp1_1218_usa_x64fre_pro.iso and for a couple of days before i was
able download it first time, download page was offline.
Have i downloaded the wrong image?

Thanks in advance for your help
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Old August 26th 04, 12:54 AM
Jason Cothran
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"Need For Speed" wrote in message
...
| Hi all! I hope this is not a FAQ but I've downloaded three times the
| image of the CD for new WinXP64 before asking here. My problem is that
| the CD burned from this image is non-bootable and if i try run setup in
| WinXP 32 i get an error box telling:
|
| "Welcome to Windows XP has encountered a problem and needs to close. We
| are sorry for the inconvenience."
|
| A strange fact is that the name of image file is
| w2k3sp1_1218_usa_x64fre_pro.iso and for a couple of days before i was
| able download it first time, download page was offline.
| Have i downloaded the wrong image?
|
| Thanks in advance for your help


Thats the same file I downloaded ... worked wonderfully.


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Old August 26th 04, 01:47 AM
Carlo Razzeto
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"Need For Speed" wrote in message
...
Hi all! I hope this is not a FAQ but I've downloaded three times the image
of the CD for new WinXP64 before asking here. My problem is that the CD
burned from this image is non-bootable and if i try run setup in WinXP 32
i get an error box telling:

"Welcome to Windows XP has encountered a problem and needs to close. We
are sorry for the inconvenience."

A strange fact is that the name of image file is
w2k3sp1_1218_usa_x64fre_pro.iso and for a couple of days before i was able
download it first time, download page was offline.
Have i downloaded the wrong image?

Thanks in advance for your help
--
Need For Speed
leva due marce per rispondermi in email


Version I downloaded booted up just fine, did a repair install and now I'm
golden.

Carlo


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Old August 26th 04, 12:41 PM
Need For Speed
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Need For Speed wrote:
Hi all! I hope this is not a FAQ but I've downloaded three times the
image of the CD for new WinXP64 before asking here. My problem is that
the CD burned from this image is non-bootable and if i try run setup in
WinXP 32 i get an error box telling:

"Welcome to Windows XP has encountered a problem and needs to close. We
are sorry for the inconvenience."

A strange fact is that the name of image file is
w2k3sp1_1218_usa_x64fre_pro.iso and for a couple of days before i was
able download it first time, download page was offline.
Have i downloaded the wrong image?

Thanks in advance for your help


Thanks anyway for your help folks. I downloaded it once again but still
have same problem (this time I haven't wasted another CDR but program i
use for burning MagicISO tells me the image is not bootable).
This afternoon, on my way home I'll pass at a mall buy a CDRW so I'll
give last chance to WinXP 64.

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leva due marce per rispondermi in email
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Old August 26th 04, 12:56 PM
John Hollingsworth
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Thanks anyway for your help folks. I downloaded it once again but still
have same problem (this time I haven't wasted another CDR but program i
use for burning MagicISO tells me the image is not bootable).
This afternoon, on my way home I'll pass at a mall buy a CDRW so I'll
give last chance to WinXP 64.

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Need For Speed
leva due marce per rispondermi in email

I don't wish to be obvious, but are you sure you have used an image burn
procedure as opposed to the ISO setting in your writing s/w.

I say this because when I first went to burn the CD, I just went to burn
iso by mistake! shame And I've burnt a lot of images in my time!!

John

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Old August 26th 04, 01:05 PM
The Chief
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Need For Speed wrote:

Need For Speed wrote:

Hi all! I hope this is not a FAQ but I've downloaded three times the
image of the CD for new WinXP64 before asking here. My problem is that
the CD burned from this image is non-bootable and if i try run setup
in WinXP 32 i get an error box telling:

"Welcome to Windows XP has encountered a problem and needs to close.
We are sorry for the inconvenience."

A strange fact is that the name of image file is
w2k3sp1_1218_usa_x64fre_pro.iso and for a couple of days before i was
able download it first time, download page was offline.
Have i downloaded the wrong image?

Thanks in advance for your help



Thanks anyway for your help folks. I downloaded it once again but still
have same problem (this time I haven't wasted another CDR but program i
use for burning MagicISO tells me the image is not bootable).
This afternoon, on my way home I'll pass at a mall buy a CDRW so I'll
give last chance to WinXP 64.

It really sounds like you're not burning the .ISO to CD properly because
the image from Microsoft is definitely bootable!

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Old August 26th 04, 01:11 PM
The Chief
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Need For Speed wrote:

Need For Speed wrote:

Hi all! I hope this is not a FAQ but I've downloaded three times the
image of the CD for new WinXP64 before asking here. My problem is that
the CD burned from this image is non-bootable and if i try run setup
in WinXP 32 i get an error box telling:

"Welcome to Windows XP has encountered a problem and needs to close.
We are sorry for the inconvenience."

A strange fact is that the name of image file is
w2k3sp1_1218_usa_x64fre_pro.iso and for a couple of days before i was
able download it first time, download page was offline.
Have i downloaded the wrong image?

Thanks in advance for your help



Thanks anyway for your help folks. I downloaded it once again but still
have same problem (this time I haven't wasted another CDR but program i
use for burning MagicISO tells me the image is not bootable).
This afternoon, on my way home I'll pass at a mall buy a CDRW so I'll
give last chance to WinXP 64.

Looking at the MagicISO tutorial, it looks like that's what is causing
your problem. The program is not telling you the XP64 .ISO is "not
bootable," it's making the CD "NON BOOTABLE!"

Get a different program, like Nero Burning ROM!

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Old August 26th 04, 01:49 PM
Need For Speed
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The Chief wrote:

Looking at the MagicISO tutorial, it looks like that's what is causing
your problem. The program is not telling you the XP64 .ISO is "not
bootable," it's making the CD "NON BOOTABLE!"

Get a different program, like Nero Burning ROM!

I've tried with Alcohol 120% too, but with same results.
Later, after I'll get my CDRW i'll try burn the image with all programs
on Earth!

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