Followed your instruction using Command Prompt - same "Program cannot display the web page" error.
Seems Oobe is corrupt.
How can I have a corrupt file on my computer so soon after a repair installation?
Maybe Microsoft made it so after not liking the "incompatible" keys I entered, despite being genuine or that I had to then leave it blank.
Mismatched CD/s - this was my fear.
I don't think I have any chance of activating Windows as it stands......and IE 8 is also a problem.
"You have 28 days to activate Windows"
I've read that XP will become unusable after that if I don't.
What do you think please.....download below, try to change key (states you can with XP) to pre repair installation one and then add the backed up wpa.dbl / wpabaln.exe files to windows system32 folder?
Or with this compatibility issue that occured after I used the CD "for refurbished pcs", is it more than just the key that would create a problem?
Or try another repair installation?
PC World technician said bring in hard drive, CDs and keys - they will try and install memory for £60 GBP.
"If you are lucky enough to live on Orcas Island you're lucky enough!"
I've seen that Orcas Island is in your heart.....
Oh that sounds lovely.....I've never been to America. I was born and raised in London, it is unbearably hot and humid here at the moment....
But the Colorado rocky mountain high
I've seen it rainin' fire in the sky
The shadow from the starlight is softer than a lullabye
Rocky mountain high (Colorado)
Edited by scarlet.rose, 26 August 2016 - 05:40 AM.