VRMHOEM_EN is the Volume name of the Windows XP CD.
VRMHOEM_EN is the name of the Windows XP Home (SP2) OEM
version of Windows.
don't know about that first error - maybe the disc is scratched? or the CD-ROM drive is flakey?
"E:\I386\WINPXUPG\W95UPG.DLL" sounds like it thinks it's going to upgrade from Win95. weird.
anyway sounds like it has problems reading the disk.
pakurtin wrote:Okay, thanks. I did as you suggested: used Western Digital's "Data Lifeguard" to make a boot disk and used it to restart the machine. Same results: when I typed "Format c:", received "Bad Command...".
I swapped the HD out for another HD and tried the reformatting procedure on it-the same error comes up. Could this problem have anything to do with the BIOS or Chipset?
sounds like you're not using the utility correctly.
did you insert the floppy, boot with it, get a prompt and type FORMAT?
that's not what you're supposed to do. you're supposed to run a diagnostics utility which gives you an option of formatting the HD.
are you sure your hard drives are jumpered OK? that the cable is OK?
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