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29-Oct-2004, 07:53 AM #1
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Hey I'm Looking For Someone Who Can Help Me With This Problem THAT Im Having With My Windows Xp Installation. After Having Some Problems With My Windows I Recently Decided To Reinstall Windows Xp. In Doing That I Created Some Type Of Problem. MY FIRST MISTAKE WAS NOT CREATING A BACKUP DISK AND NOW I'M LOST. I Now Have No Windows Due To The Fact While Im Installing Xp I Get A Fatal Error Message Indicating Error Code 800b0001, I Have No Idea On Wat I Should Do, The Problem Occurs Time After Time And Now Im Left With No Windows. Can Some One Help Me? What Should I Do?
It Also Says Something About The Nc5iis File, How Do I Repair This Problem?pleaseeeeee I Neeed Help..thanxxx
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29-Oct-2004, 08:49 AM #2
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Hey I'm Looking For Someone Who Can Help Me With This Problem THAT Im Having With My Windows Xp Installation. After Having Some Problems With My Windows I Recently Decided To Reinstall Windows Xp. In Doing That I Created Some Type Of Problem. MY FIRST MISTAKE WAS NOT CREATING A BACKUP DISK AND NOW I'M LOST. I Now Have No Windows Due To The Fact While Im Installing Xp I Get A Fatal Error Message Indicating Error Code 800b0001, I Have No Idea On Wat I Should Do, The Problem Occurs Time After Time And Now Im Left With No Windows. Can Some One Help Me? What Should I Do?
It Also Says Something About The Nc5iis File, How Do I Repair This Problem?pleaseeeeee I Neeed Help..thanxxx
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29-Oct-2004, 08:50 AM #3
have you tried completely reformatting the hard drive....format c:

THEN reinstalling XP again form scratch?
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have you tried completely reformatting the hard drive....format c:

THEN reinstalling XP again form scratch?
YES I HAVE STILL NO LUCK, I'M BAFFLED..
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29-Oct-2004, 01:55 PM #5
I Really Dont See Where The Problem Lies, Or What To Do Next!
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29-Oct-2004, 03:23 PM #6
Found this when I Googled the error code:

Error:
Error code 800b0001 Signature for Windows 2000 Professional is invalid Setup had problems registering the following OLE control dll: WINNT\System32\initpki.dll
Translation:
You may receive this error message during the device detection phase of a Win2000 installation. It occurs if the computer youíre using has an old or outdated BIOS.

Solution:
To resolve the problem, youíll have to upgrade your motherboard to the latest version of BIOS and run Setup again
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29-Oct-2004, 04:37 PM #7
How far into your installation do you get before the error?
What exactly is the "nc5" message?
Info on your system please?
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