Here are some simple steps that can help you fix the kernel debugger dll freezing issue while installing Windows.
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I have a brand new computer to try and install Windows XP SP1 with difficulty.
Using Sempron 3100 on Asus K8V-X motherboard and Crucial 2x 512MB DDR400 DIMMS. I am using a PCI RAID game controller, a SIIG UltraATA 133 PCI RAID Loading Card (following advice from a previous question on unreliable onboard RAID controllers). I have to press F6 to completely install the drivers from the floppy, but I can’t get any more.
I press F6 during the Inspire and the screen keeps taking a few seconds, but as soon as it gets to “Installer loads personal files (Kernel debugger dlls)” the CD automatically adapts and nothing on the screen changes every time for everyone. He doesn’t even look at the CD, he lets me take out the CD when I see it.
Ideas? I read on the internet that continuously pressing F7 at the F6 prompt (just as simplelike F6, so I can install the RAID drivers, but can still install the RAID drivers when I freeze it), it is disabled if or if the BIOS does not support ACPI – but that doesn’t help anything. The CD is not dirty, but damaged.
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