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Windows XP SP1

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi,

I have successfully installed Windows XP on unraid (on a VM)

But now after I rebooted the system to install drivers, it shows this and then the VM reboots

 

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Help anyone?

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5 minutes ago, Ofir aviel said:

Hi,

I have successfully installed Windows XP on unraid (on a VM)

But now after I rebooted the system to install drivers, it shows this and then the VM reboots

 

Help anyone?

Windows XP has been end of life since sometime in 2014, so I am unable to help or recommend anyone use it for any purposes.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, kirashi said:

Windows XP has been end of life since sometime in 2008, so I am unable to help or recommend anyone use it for any purposes.

I know that windows XP has ended its life, that's why I want to see if it can run modern applications

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40 minutes ago, kirashi said:

Windows XP has been end of life since sometime in 2014, so I am unable to help or recommend anyone use it for any purposes.

Such nonsense...

 

45 minutes ago, Ofir aviel said:

Hi,

I have successfully installed Windows XP on unraid (on a VM)

But now after I rebooted the system to install drivers, it shows this and then the VM reboots

 

Help anyone?

First of open the Command prompt and then type:
 

Shutdown.exe /a

This will cancel the shutdown. Then check why it was initiated. Check for virusses. check for malware. And so on. Goodluck.

 


(PS; nothing wrong with still using Win XP, if you really have to tell people about its end of life go on fucking twitter for god's sake! WE KNOW! Its still used by many so hush (ie; military medical etc.)


When i ask for more specs, don't expect me to know the answer!
I'm just helping YOU to help YOURSELF!
(The more info you give the easier it is for others to help you out!)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, HanZie82 said:

Such nonsense...

 

First of open the Command prompt and then type:
 


Shutdown.exe /a

This will cancel the shutdown. Then check why it was initiated. Check for virusses. check for malware. And so on. Goodluck.

 


(PS; nothing wrong with still using Win XP, if you really have to tell people about its end of life go on fucking twitter for god's sake! WE KNOW! Its still used by many so hush (ie; military medical etc.)

How can I open cmd on the login screen?

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10 hours ago, Ofir aviel said:

How can I open cmd on the login screen?

You cannot, you need to go into safe-mode first.
Hold or press F8 just before the XP splash screen and choose safe-mode with command prompt. Then you should be able to do your things, check why its rebooting and such on. Then when done reboot and hopefully you got the reboot gone.
But seriously Google is your friend, so much info about XP still out there. ;)
Goodluck.


When i ask for more specs, don't expect me to know the answer!
I'm just helping YOU to help YOURSELF!
(The more info you give the easier it is for others to help you out!)

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