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The error codes comes when I try to install windows xp on the hd. If they all install OK, go on to the next group. At the desktop it gave me a notification that Windows had updates to install, which it would do automatically in the next 14 min. Code: fffff880`0a48fb88 fffff880`0ffb47c9Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\nvlddmkm.sys, Win32 error 0n2*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for nvlddmkm.sys*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for nvlddmkm.sys nvlddmkm+0xbd7c9 What

My computer windows doesn't show that drive and also when I went to cmd->diskpart, again it didn't show that disk to use of chkdsk /f command. So I want a partition of my second hard drive to be my main boot device. (Like 20gb)Then I?m going to combine my first hard drive, and the remaining space left I've updated to Vista Ultimate SP1, run multiple disk clean ups, defrags, use CCleaner, clean the registry, defrag the registry, disabled services and have made tweaks according to the guide provided Method 2 - Userinit Registry Key The second way is to check the registry for a specific key and change it to a different value. http://www.pcworld.com/article/3025343/windows/if-error-messages-appear-when-your-pc-boots-try-this.html

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Can anyone please advise? Can anyone help me please?Thank you. Because of this I am hesitant to try CHKDSK. As long as the heatsink is mounted correctly, it really doesn't matter if the backplate is loose or stuck in place.

Why wont it just work. Relax and try to find a fix... Thanks, Peter Answer:Computer seems to be a mess, random restarts, slow boot time. Answer:Slow boot time after forcing computer to shut down during back up Hi Wadders, welcome to Seven Forums.I would do a clean install + BPTT 4 more replies Relevance 46.74% Question:

My computer began acting very strange a few weeks ago after I input the wrong key trying to register Word 2007. IS there a problem in the motherboard? It will freeze right after it says something like this:Primary Master: Sec Slave: It often freezes up at that point, right after listing the slave and master info. learn this here now I can manually start it via Task Manager, though.

Coupled with this my partner's virus protection is coming up with "Threat detected" every minute on practically every site my partner visits on the Internet. some things have not yet been picked, so I want your opinion on the things I have in mind, and the ones I can't decide over...Motherboard: Asus Crosshair V Formula-ZProcessor: AMD A pointer is a variable used by a program to refer to a block of memory.Click to expand...So it can be a software issue. That error can also happen if invalid DNS servers are used.

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Hello. http://helpdeskgeek.com/windows-7/fix-windows-explorer-window-opening-on-startup/ Grtz Martin 2 more replies Relevance 48.79% Question: Can I set computer to run First TIme Boot again? Autoruns Do they unzip on other computers fine? Ccleaner Any help will be greatly appreciated.Many thanks!

Had I got a XP system disc. I looked up how to remove it, and found the same instructions on several sites. Then reinstall them one at a time. I will try with Crysis 3 or something similar demanding to see if the error happens there too.Anyone have any advices?Click to expand... Malwarebytes

Having said that there are a couple of things that come to mind. I was happy that i cud get some disk space but When i restarted my system, it is taking around 5 to 6 minutes to boot and 2 to 3 minutes How to solve the problem please? at least id hope so.

If you’re not sure, experiment with various suspects by unchecking one, rebooting, and seeing what happens. Answer:need help with boot-time error message 6 more replies Relevance 48.79% Question: Boot time error message "Alert! Read more Answer:"Insert Boot Media" Error on Sleep Resume and Startup (about 80% of the time!) A few suggestions, you have probably already done most of this...Did you use a different

I used BartPe before formatting the HDD to gain access to the computer in order to save my important files (pics, documents, etc.).

Just as I was clicking on the drag down menu, I was hit with the BSOD. The BSOD message is IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL every single time, which I've learned is usually hardware problems, but at this point I don't really have any idea what's going on. so i reboot again, press f8 and boot it with 'last known good config'. Mine starts running.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - RE: DLL missing.

I don't know how to fix this because I don't know what it means. puppy linux). Also try the methods here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/945658/ 3 more replies Relevance 47.56% Question: Boot loop pre-BIOS, boots after some time- leads to error I'm pretty sure some one here would be able It was stuck on loading files for a long time also. 1.Check start-up programs,they can increase the boot-up time.

The trick is finding the right autoloader. Seems like the SSD is slow at firing up?I have run chkdsk and memory test without any errors.My motherboard is the MSI Z87-G55. Code: Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 6.12.0002.633 AMD64Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. I looked up how to remove it, and found the same instructions on several sites.

Anyway, after playing around and doing some research, I was able to fix the problem. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/reboot-and-select-proper-boot-device.200351/ Relevancy 16.34% Q: Changing Boot Drives So I installed a second Hard drive this weekend. But now, there’s a message that frequently shows up like this : "CMOS not setup, CMOS date and time not set, press F1 to enter CMOS SETUP, F2 load defaults & N.B. : From what I found it can happen with ANY Adobe Products, just uninstall to confirm & reinstall after.

Then it said to press the F2 System Diagnostics keys which tested the hard disk and all the tests came out OK. I'm replacing a motherboard for a HP laptop. Thanks in advance.Oh, I should say that I'm the only user of the PC and I boot straight into my Desktop.DDS (Ver_09-03-16.01) - NTFSx86 Run by Steve at 9:07:14.64 on Fri I used a recovery partition on my laptop which I believe is supposed to basically wipe your computer back to the day that you first loaded it up.

I would have run that in the computer to see if I could repair it, failing that, remove XP and then re-install it. Give me about an hour or so and if I still get a problem, I will let you know. once it gets to the windows loading screen it resumes normal speed and everything seems fine from there. Here type in chkdsk /P and hit enter.

For some unknown reason, it will not open up on my pc, okay with my other laptops though. The light still still turns on when plugged in and I can hear it trying to work. I have downloded the file you mentioned and will then have to open it in my spare PC and see what happens. by quests1 / February 5, 2009 8:00 PM PST In reply to: Re: Try this Tufenuf,Renamed the file to bills.exe and tried to run it, but no joy.