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Try right-clicking and "Save Target As...". Reply ↓ Ninh nguyễn May 10, 2015 thanks. I can also run Fedora 14 on the same machine and it runs fine. Join our site today to ask your question. official site

I have another 80 GB SSD. Started by bluefire , May 05 2009 10:09 AM Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Please log in to reply 15 replies to this topic #1 bluefire bluefire Members 10 Again, thank you, your post is a gem. In Disk Management right click on the C drive and try to format it and post back with the exact error message that you get. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/266731-28-setup-unable-format-partition-disk-damaged

Setup Was Unable To Format The Partition Or Locate An Existing System Partition

Thanks a bunch! The disk may be damaged." I receive the message regardless of whether I select "NTFS" or "NTFS (Quick)". Backlink is always good, thanks 🙂 Reply ↓ cyrus dj September 4, 2015 how did it work and whats the procedure to install windows 7 while it shows system partition etc

thanks a lot Reply ↓ SimpleGenius June 23, 2015 Oh my God! Now I've got xp up and running again woo. Like many others I was tearing my hair out and this worked for me. Setup Cannot Format The Partition Your Computer May Not Have Enough Memory I noticed there was a note in the right hand page to "press N" to remove the Kingston USB disk as a "harddrive" which will then mark it as a removeable

Consult your computer manual or SCSI adapter documentation for more information."After this, I choose to do the NTFS (Quick) format option and it goes through the format in less than a Setup Was Unable To Format The Partition The Disk May Be Damaged Windows Xp Copying the files onto the ssd made windows 7 instillation soo quick! Now my OS is window xp pro. why not try these out Thank you very much.

I should start from scratch, and install XP to C: (that's where it should be). Windows Was Unable To Complete The Format It works perfect now!!! Thanks. Reply ↓ Kaloyan April 6, 2015 What means "cd boot" ?

Setup Was Unable To Format The Partition The Disk May Be Damaged Windows Xp

So, since a Seagate drive, went to that site and download their DOS DiscWizard. read this article If I try to double click on a folder within the main folder holding all the files, it will freeze up and lag. Setup Was Unable To Format The Partition Or Locate An Existing System Partition Reply ↓ James September 14, 2014 I wonder if this process will delete all my data from the other drives. Make Sure The Drive Is Switched On And Properly Connected To Your Computer everything you type after "create partition primary size=" will be in MBs..

Hw to i find the partion name. http://hosting3.net/unable-to/unable-to-setup-windows-xp-home-ed.html This is the one and only fix out there that I could find! Make sure the files being copied is from a source drive showing > 1 GB pace used. Where are they? Setup Was Unable To Create The Partition

Reply ↓ HappyMan March 7, 2015 Godlike! Burn it to CD, but be sure you do it as an image. Thank you. look at this site if you are not sure.

Perhaps some do not. SOLVED: go to the X:\Sources> diskpart DISKPART> list volume it will show you all of [Volume #xxx][letter C,D,C,F…][Label][Fs][Type]. I spoke to a guy at tech support from Kingston and after a lot of useless info it basically boils down to its not guaranteed to boot.

Reply ↓ Uffe Balslev September 27, 2014 Oh and for the "create partition primary size=xxx" I opted to not give any size as I thought I would be sure not to

Consult your computer manual or SCSI adapter documentation for more information. However, it still lags and freezes up when I try to access it's files. there is no letter attributed to my hard drive. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged

One of my friends noted that since the mobo says Certified for Vista, maybe it's not backwards compatible? It works with me like a charm. I did it with installation from cd and it worked just great. http://hosting3.net/unable-to/unable-to-format-windows-7.html Reply ↓ wb640 November 28, 2016 thanks, with this approach I still able to install Windows 7 again!

Once you get it extracted, you will find an iso file inside. Amazing Solution.. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Setup was unable to format the partition. There may be other brands that work but I would save the hassle and buya Lexar stick and use that.

Get the ultimate boot cd. Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Go To Topic Listing Install Windows from USB Recently Browsing 0 members No registered users viewing this page. I've tested the hard drive (as per my post above) and tested the ram using Memtest86+. by R.

go back a page, then forward 8. Back to top #14 bookfly bookfly Members 7 posts OFFLINE Local time:01:15 AM Posted 16 May 2009 - 01:28 AM Wash the disk with some warm water & mild dish

 
 
 

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