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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Ronnie151, Oct 8, 2003.

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  1. Ronnie151

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    I just installed win xp home edetion on my new 80gig drive, it went ok except for a 386 error went ahead with the install anyway. Everything is working fine except when i go into help and support click on tools, click my computer information i get(cannot collect information cannot access windows management instrumential software, windows management files may be missing or moved.
    I click on Advanced system info. i ger (no such interface supported). Does anyone know how to fix these problems???
     
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    "it went ok except for a 386 error "

    Thats not much info to go on, as I don't believe it would have just said "386 error"

    If we knew exactly what the error was, the fix may be easier.
     
  4. Ronnie151

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    it just said cannot find 386 push any key to continue, i thought that was strange but it went ahead and installed. everything is working ok except for what i posted.
     
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    i386 fild couldnt be found
     
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    if any files were missing ive run the sfc to correct any problems, but that didnt help
     
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