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Hall.dll when starts GUI mode?





06 Jan 2010, 14:22
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I too am getting a corrupted drive error:

Setup has determined that drive W: is corrupted and cannot be repaired.

What did you do to get past this?

Thanks in advance!


09 Jan 2010, 06:45
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Try another file system for USB drive


09 Jan 2010, 11:23
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I'm not sure I know what you mean by different file system.

Thanks for the reply! This is great looking software!


09 Jan 2010, 14:20
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Start WinToFlash click Task, select Windows you want to transfer, click Create.

File system option will be available


09 Jan 2010, 14:22
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Okay thanks again for the quick response, but since I posted, I tried just using the wizard instead of advanced and it is now past that problem.

Oh also I tried a different USB stick at the same time so not sure if that had anything to do with it.

Wonderful!


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09 Jan 2010, 14:36
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Wizard is quick and easy way to transfer Windows to USB, but default options in wizard may not work on some PCs.


09 Jan 2010, 14:38
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dopamine wrote:
Oh also I tried a different USB stick at the same time so not sure if that had anything to do with it.


I added this afterward, I may do a test to see if it was just the different stick that made the difference so I can confirm. I will post my findings here for anybody else who comes across this error.


09 Jan 2010, 14:41
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Where are your findings?


03 Oct 2010, 02:07
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after solving the drive d is corrupt and cannot be fixed error by changing the USB file system (Change by using advanced mode, clicking the format tab, changing file system (mine was set to FAT32 LBA and I changed it to FAT16 LBA)), to solve hal.dll error, boot to the newly formatted USB and choose text mode rather then GUI. This worked a treat for me.

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06 Oct 2010, 22:51
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if you still get the hal.dll error after this, you need to adjust the boot.ini file on the USB drive. Follow the instructions here: viewtopic.php?t=46


06 Oct 2010, 23:17
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Hi all,

I am stuck here with an Asus Eee PC 4G.

It only has a 4gb internal ssd drive and can not be removed, integrated on the mb.
SO i thought to install windows xp on a 32gb usb stick.
It does not want to pass drive is corrupt message, i have tried just about anything now, format in fat16 lab, disable assign drive letter, just a plain copy from a fresh install on the ssd to usb(creates a nice BSOD with a 0xb7 error), a repair is not possible.
Even tried to do the first txt mode install on the ssd disk, copy that to usb and continue the installation, but nothing.
Just to know, i disabled the internal disk with every try so windows did not see the disk at all, only usb stuff.

Is there any way to skip the disk check?
I mean all the hardware is good, i even tried installing on a usb HDD with 120gb ide and usb hdd with 320 sata, all comes to the same error.
Or any other option i have missed?

Thanks.


25 Mar 2011, 01:41
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7B means Windows Setup can't read or write to USB drive. You need to integrate SATA controller drivers into Windows Setup first, use nLine for this.


25 Mar 2011, 05:24
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Sata drivers for usb?

I understand the 7b error, a general hardware error, but this laptop does not have any sata ports on it what so ever.
ANy type of sata driver will do or a specific brand?


25 Mar 2011, 08:01
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Update

The thing with the sata drivers i found very puzzling, but not ruling out anything.

Before i was about to stream sata drivers into windows i thought to try WinsetupFromUSB first.
It works like a charm, in the option advanced check Prepaire Windows XP/2003 to be install on USB.
Windows XP is now running fine on a usb stick and i am currently installing the drivers.

For me the matter is closed.

Thanks.


25 Mar 2011, 12:51
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