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error in usb: dis error press any key to restart. boot from usb. checked disk, no errors found. help!

 
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Go into your BIOS and set your hard disk as the first boot device.
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Go into your BIOS and set your hard disk as the first boot device.
No. No usb in bios.

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Maybe I misunderstood the question. Are you trying to boot off the USB?

If not, press the boot menu key at start up and choose the hard disk.

Typical boot menu key...




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Maybe I misunderstood the question. Are you trying to boot off the USB?

If not, press the boot menu key at start up and choose the hard disk.

Typical boot menu key...




No. Error:
Again disk error press key to restart


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I'm afraid I haven't studied that error a lot.
You can do some research yourself with Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: Windows root\system32\hal.dll - Google Search.
If you can't find a suitable fix then start a new thread, since this one started as a booting from USB question, and put hal.dll error at startup error as the title.

Sorry, I couldn't be of more help.
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I'm afraid I haven't studied that error a lot.
You can do some research yourself with Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: Windows root\system32\hal.dll - Google Search.
If you can't find a suitable fix then start a new thread, since this one started as a booting from USB question, and put hal.dll error at startup error as the title.

Sorry, I couldn't be of more help.
Good luck.
Oh, path:reset->f11->usb smi usb disk->again disk error press to restart

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If you can't find a suitable fix then start a new thread, since this one started as a booting from USB question, and put hal.dll error at startup error as the title.
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If you can't find a suitable fix then start a new thread, since this one started as a booting from USB question, and put hal.dll error at startup error as the title.
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error in usb: dis error press any key to restart. boot from usb. checked disk, no errors found. help!

What loader used: Grub4dos, Windows XP\2K\NT or Windows Vista\7\8\8.1?

If Grub4dos, replace file "grldr".

If Windows XP\2K\NT\Vista\7\8\8.1:

1. Insert a Windows Vista\7\8\8.1 x64 Setup Disc if you using Windows x64, x86 Setup Disc if you using Windows x86.

2. If "Windows Setup" window appears, close it.

3. If you using:

Windows XP - click "Start", select "Run", type "cmd"(without quotes) and press Enter.

Windows Vista\7 - click "Start", in search box type "cmd" (without quotes), right-click to cmd and select "Run from Administrator".

4. Type bootsect /nt52 <letter>: , where <letter>, USB Disk Letter (see in (My) Computer) if you installing Xp, bootsect /nt60 <letter>: if you install Windows 7.

5. Restart your computer from USB. 

Or Search in Google:

Search 1

Search 2

Sorry for links, it is for Google search.

If you using Windows x86 and you haven't got a Windows x86 Setup disc, you may search in Google: "bootsect for 86" w/o quotes.

The problem is not public and related to a hardware (BIOS latest). It's tested on F7SR ASUS Laptop - no problems.

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Go into your BIOS and set your hard disk as the first boot device.

It boot from hard disk, and if Windows XP installs from USB Flash, appears hal.dll error. It's public error, but rarely happens.

Sorry, I slightly misunderstood the process of creating USB system drive. Seems that something edits txtsetup.sif to set the rdisk() value from 0 to 1 (when 1st disk)

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