Elle Esse Computer: Altra Soluzione: Installare Xp da normale Cd di installazione OEM. Dopo il
primo re-start (l'installazione da errore) riavviare e lanciare EASY
RECOVERY PRO for XP. Seguire i passaggi e riparare il Boot! Al successivo
avvio Windows FINIRÀ' l'installazione!!! :-)
Grzegorz Lenart: Thanks! problem solved !! I dint pick option in RMPrepUSB "BartPE" first
Now all ok !!! 30% ... my image still going ! Very good solution !! You are
a star !!
Whew Corciega: dude, i follow your video steps in reinstalling asus eee pc. but all of it
are Japanese os, how can i change it to english even the bios is Japanese.
help dud i hoping you could help me.
dimpodaras: I did it!
thank you very much!
asus was out of order over a year and a half!!and now it is alive again!!
I repeated the process at a windows 7 PC (probably it is not the same on
If there are more than one eeepcah.gho files except ,like eeepcah.001 and
eeepcah.002 you must copy all of them to the usb!!
Thank you very much!you are the best!
Grzegorz Lenart: Problem all done but asus says NTLDR is missing - restart ..... what to do
dimpodaras: i have ubuntu installed on my 1005ha,because i couldn't find the dvd!
now i found the dvd and i follow all your steps (on my windows 8 laptop),
copying the eeepcah.gho , the eeepcah.001 and the eeepcah.002 file
it is trying to preinstall win xp,opens the eepc asus picture but then
booting from the begining and this never ends!
i never see the windows that appears on your video at 5:50!
Can you help me?What goes wrong?installed ubuntu on Asus,windows 8 on my
laptop or what else?
Gamble Greed: can i have the download site of Ghost image of eee pc 901 ?? thank you in
Mauana Schneider: Thank You Bro!!!!!!!!!! You're my savior!
Jason Blair: Thank you, dude. I have searched all over the web. You are ****ing
awesome!!! If I could hug you, I would.
polas anderson: This is bartpe oh no this is not original windows xp this is crap man
polas anderson: I cannot select devices in boot when i disabled others and lect only usb
say insert boot media device what thell is this how to fix i even cannot
select from esc anything nothing works. how the hell to fix it cuz this is
not my computer with computer it fixes very easily with f8 on this eeepc
nothing works even bios
Marie Osipova: Never, freaking ever!!! update XP to service pack 3, freak Microsoft! If
someone would find a REAL solution on how to get the system out of a loop
of self-rebooting, God speed:) Otherwise, this is a great tutorial on how
to restore Windows from DVD, thanks a lot to Steve6375!
HungryForHeaven: Thank you very much Steve, it worked like a charm! A tip for other users:
Make sure the USB flash you're using doesn't have bad sectors!
funnyvideosforlive: @steve6375 i used both. when i put them to the larger partition it didnt
work because i messed things up a bit the previous time, but when i just
put it to C, it worked when i first used the 1.3 one, and then the 800mb
one. by the way, i'm now trying to connect that netbook to the internet,
but it says something like it depends on y ou connection if it is 128 or
256 bits. please insert 8 to 63 ascii or 64 hexadiagonal signs. thats what
popped up after i put in the correct code.
steve6375: Number 5 - need more input... What CD did you use. Did you tick the BartPE
checkbox (2:41 in video)?
funnyvideosforlive: @steve6375 uh ooh, Steve, it seems like i'm in trouble again... I again
wanted to reinstall my windows, so i did everything you did in the video
again, launched GHOST from the usb, selected the first ghost image,
directed it to the first disk ( C partition ), and put it on. after the
recovery was completed, i AGAIN did the same with the second ghost image.
after that one was fully recovered, i restarted the computer. but nothing
happened! what must i do?! please steve, help me!
funnyvideosforlive: @steve6375 Figured it out! two images for two drives! the first one, the
most important one goes the disk 1 and the second, small 800mb one to the
second drive! it's as easy as that! by the way sorry for almost SPAMMING
you but i'm a computer rooky, but i'm trying to learn. you are a great
helper. but now i have ANOTHER QUESTION for you. with which connection can
i use my WIFI? DSL or LAN? you have to choose between these in the windows
steve6375: @funnyvideosforlive Try the 1.3GB first. The other one may be for a
different partition or it may be for the same partition. Are there any
instructions in the manual which may give a clue?
funnyvideosforlive: @steve6375 the first one is about 1.3 GB and the other one about 800MB
steve6375: I have not seen that type of recovery CD before, but I am very familiar
with ImageX. Have a look at the text inside the RCDWIM.bat file and see if
that has any clues. See my RMPrepUSB website (e.g. Tutorial #1) for some
details about ImageX. Then either join and post on reboot.pro or contact me
direct using the email address on my 'Contact Me' page on my website.
funnyvideosforlive: @steve6375 your right. be the code is absolutely correct ;) i tried with
and without capitals etc. but it keeps giving that error. i was mad and
typed 000000000000 in the box. it started connecting but nothing happened.
i put in the correct key again, and suddenly it tried to connect but it
keeps on saying getting network adress. just like i put in an incorrect
panjomist: Thanks.........first time I attempted something like this.....great
tutorial..worked a treat.
steve6375: Please answer my question. What installation media are you using? It is a
simple question and requires a simple answer. Let me help you, some
possible answers are: 1. I am using an Asus EeePC Recovery CD 2. I am using
a Microsoft Windows XP install CD 3. I am using a Microsoft Windows 7
install CD If you answered 1. Asuss EeePC CD then this is the correct
video. If you answered 2 or 3 then this is not the correct video and you
need to watch the Easy2Boot v1.7 video.
GoCreateMusicGr: Hello, I bought my Asus used and there was no recovery cd with it. Can you
please help me by showing where I can download it? Thanks!
steve6375: @funnyvideosforlive Yes. Any Windows computer can be used to make the USB
stick. Then install onto EeePC.
uhohhotdogs: Thanks a lot. I wanted to clean up my sister's old EEE PC 900 (901?) by
doing a full restore but didn't have an external DVD drive. For anyone else
that might be in my situation: the only difference from the tutorial is
that there are two Ghost images that are ~1,351 MB and ~869 MB each. I
chose to restore each image to the ~8 GB and the ~4 GB SSD drives,
respectively, in succession (without restarting), and then finally reset
the computer when it finished both restores.
steve6375: Can you give details. What Model of EeePC have you, what DVD did you use?
steve6375: @khan1346 You need to give more details (without swearing please or I won't
help!). Does the file exist on your USB drive? If so and you used an EeePC
DVD as the source and not an ordinary XP CD and you followed the
instructions correctly, you may have a faulty USB pen. Try testing it with
the TEST button and then if it passes, follow the instructions again.
funnyvideosforlive: @steve6375 no, sorry. So i now have to try exactly what you did, with the
1.3 GB one, and then reboot and do the same with the 800mb one?
markphi: That was extremely useful. Have now restored XP after having lost this PC
due to a SSD failure. Many thanks.
cpfigueiredo: Thanks a lot for this tutorial. This video plus 2 webpages gave me all the
information I needed to restore my Asus EEE PC to factory condition,
including restoring the recovery partition. I messed up the MBR while
reinstalling both XP and Ubuntu and I tried lots of things to repair the
MBR, without success. Using Ghost to restore the ENVIR.GHO image did that.
Then I copied the other recovery files to the recovery partition and I
could then install XP via the recovery partition again easily.
ar87ace: @steve6375 that is quite simple! use flash boot to create a usb bootable
stick and u can easly install windows using it, i just did that last night
on my asus eee pc, when everything else failed! this is the simple way to
go! trust me! Its easy and it takes less than 1 hour! :D
KenD Mann: Thank you, Thank you, THANK YOU!! Very easy to follow directions and the
result....restoration of an EEE PC that has been out of commission for over
a year! Greatly appreciated!!!
funnyvideosforlive: HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELP I have 2 .GHO files. EEEPC1.GHO and EEEPC2.GHO.
What must i do?
funnyvideosforlive: @steve6375 Steve, I was playing around a bit, trying some things and
booooooom, the oobe\title song and the message windwos xp installation.
thank you for using ASUS blablabla. VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY much
thank you from holland! Steve, you made my life a bit better. this is the
first time something actually worked. thanks thanks
kh.anar: thx man. i will try.
Kenneth Kelson: Ty very much for this video! I was able to fix my sister Eee PC. Also I was
payed $10.00 :) I give u all the credit tho man! Thanks a lot!!!!
steve6375: @funnyvideosforlive That should not happen! Anyway that is not in the video
- please follow the video steps.
Nebulis01: Please note that the the 'BartPE to USB' check box (near 5 COPY OS FILES
...) is not automatically checked in RMPREUSB v2.1.1 (the latest as of this
posting. It is *essential* this is checked in order to get the flash drive
to boot properly.
steve6375: Are you using an Asus EeePC Recovery CD or ISO - or are you using a generic
Windows XP install CD/ISO? If using a MS Windows Install ISO then use
Easy2Boot and add the Mass Storage Drivers. See the Easy2Boot v1.07 video
on YouTube for more details.
steve6375: When installing Windows XP, you need to format all the 4 partitions
(including the 2 8MB partitions) to one partition when you're asked to
choose the partition to install the system. Then, you will be able to
install Windows XP successfully.
pinkshinju360: my asus eee pc has been not working for a while now (few years) and i got
it to charge again but it is still broken i posted a video on my channel
about it so can you please check it out and see if there is anything u can
do to help me? i really need it to work again
Wulfrune: Thank you Steve, a very helpful vid... thank God for the internet
drscalpel: Great job! Works like a charm! ;) Thanks a lot!
steve6375: @funnyvideosforlive Select first one - restore to HDD, then select 2nd one
- restore to HDD.
funnyvideosforlive: @steve6375 I got Ghost running now with the 1.3GB file. my first XP was
installed on the small disk, but this time i put it to the large disk. but
now im thinking: if i do this, and after this i want to do this with the
800mb file, wont the 800mb file, which i will place in the same disk as the
1.3GB file, overwrite the 1.3GB file because it automaticly formats or
funnyvideosforlive: @funnyvideosforlive ooh i see what you tried to tell me! first do it with
the 1.3GB one, then the program is STILL RUNNING, and then do it with the
Ardalan Shams: This worked perfectly, can't thank you enough Steve! :)
skr33d: Yours was the first tutorial that I could actually follow and get the
desired result. Well done!
funnyvideosforlive: @steve6375 i chose LAN but i got it all figured out i used the wrong
internet code. im typing this happy from my cool , working like brand new,
fresh windows install WITH internet! Thanks for all the help!