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Re: Installing XP Pro in Toshiba Laptop

Carey Frisch [MVP]
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      15th Sep 2004
Examine the Windows XP CD and make sure it is absolutely "pristine clean"
with no scratches, fingerprints or smudges. Use a mild non-ammonia based
household cleaning solution and a soft cloth to clean it. Make sure you only
use the original Windows XP Pro installation CD with the holographic design
and not a burned copy.

"Manifest Parse Invalid at the Top Level of the Document" Error Message When
You Try to Install Windows XP

How to Perform a Windows XP Repair Install

[Courtesy of MS-MVP Michael Stevens]

Carey Frisch
Microsoft MVP
Windows XP - Shell/User

Be Smart! Protect Your PC!


"jiggs" wrote:

| I have a "satellite A10" with XP Home Ed. After installing SP2 things didn't
| work well. Decided to install and format. Formatting went well but installing
| XP Pro had a lot of missing files???? could not proceed with setup of XP Pro
| .Somebody tells me the original OS is in a hidden partition and was not
| erased and everything is messed up now? Please help
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