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05-24-2009 02:19 AM
If you using win vista, you do:
start > programs > recovery manager > Advanced options >check "system recovery" or "Microsoft system restore" ( because i don't remember. I got this err and repair it that way) and press next.
05-24-2009 08:21 AM
05-24-2009 03:03 PM
I'm trying to do a clean install. Got a copy of a Vista 64 home preimum. It opens up with my original partition and asks if I want to keep or change that partition. I chose keep one time and I got a BSOD crash. The seconf time I tried to format with the same result. In both cases I get to the stage of copying files before the system crash with the BSOD and the following error:
STOP: 0*0000000A (0*00000000000E0084, 0*0000000000000002, 0*0000000000000001, 0*FFFFF800098E7135)
May be I need to do a new format. Any Idea?
05-24-2009 04:05 PM
Got help from this link:
Finished a vista clean install
I'll try to see how to activate using the no on the back of the laptop.
then hopefully the system can accept the hp drivers from the sd i made.
Keep you posted.
05-25-2009 08:19 PM
I'm using the laptop to write this message. It's been 12 hrs without a BSOD the longest ever without a crash. Fingers crossed.
The only thing missing from my new stable system is the free software bundles offered by hp (MS Works, Cyberlink DVD suite and the like. No regret for now.
Still waiting for the hp original recovery cds sometime this week. Hopefully I can install the budles from them.
07-16-2009 07:43 PM