I did scroll through it though and everything except 2 entries said that it was successful. I am unable to boot in safe mode. Unless that is you failed to delete the partitions (using fdisk or Windows 2000/XP setup). etc.
I set the PnP OS to YES in the BIOS and it worked.thanks dude... One idea was to rollback the drivers one at time, after you've backed them up of course. Windows 98 Booting Problems - Asking for Authentication # Windows 98 Problems/Drivers windows98se boot problems I'm facing problems with the instalation of the Windows 98 Windows 98SE Memory Problems Windows 98 My previous usage of the drives says that they proved fine in another machine, with a different motherboard and chipset. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/windows-98-hangs-at-splash-screen-and-won-t-start-13047/
That said something:1. The Enum entry contains all of the hardware driver info and drivers are loaded from there. In your CONFIG.SYS (also open with Notepad) you also need only 1 line: Country=044,850,C:\WIN98\COMMAND\country.sys The 044 says you live in the UK and the 850 gives you the extra characters on now if it only stops the dang hangup!
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Sadly, the OS can be damaged in many ways, but if the hardware is willing, one can fix it.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Tell what's been done. Registry Key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\enum\BIOS\*PNP0F13\0D Alloc resources: Logical Configuration 0 IRQ: 12 Mask: x0000 Forced resources: None Boot resources: Logical Configuration 0 IRQ: 12 Mask: x0000 Filtered Anyways if it's the memory i'll let you guys know, thanks for the help so far!
I almost think there was a limitation in the OS about that, but I'm having fuzzy brain problems at the second. If youwant to be informed as it does a fix, UNcheck "Automatically fix errors"on the front screen, or look inside "C:\Scandisk.log" afterwards.)8. "START, Run, Defrag /p /details". Updated BIOS, problem solved.If anyone needs the FLASH for this, let me know:[email protected] Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Emmet on 04/05/2004 I had this same problem. http://www.hardwareanalysis.com/content/topic/4148/ Until I read a bunch of stuff on msmouse.vxd and selected running scanreg /restore.
jT jtsquared, Mar 9, 2005 #7 cgweiser Thread Starter Joined: Mar 6, 2005 Messages: 2 Thanks for all your help. Use "StartupCop" or "EndItAll2" fromPCMag (below). Discussions cover Windows 2003 Server, Windows installation, adding and removing programs, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, and other OS-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Windows 98 hangs at splash screen and After each unsuccessful reboot...if there is no change, it might be a good idea to re-hook things that aren't the cause, as you find out that they are not the cause
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by jhatcher / February 26, 2004 11:04 PM PST In reply to: That's a clue. That sounds like the application understands only FAT16 (limited to 2 GB usually), is this Win98 the first edition? I mean it wont boot to the floppy, not in XP. Can any one> help> > me with this problem or would I have to buy a new video card or what?> Cause> > I've tried a lot of stuff such as
Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Same problem,,hangs forever 3-4 minutes on msmouse.vxd. I'm about to throw the damn thing out the window!!.Tnx,YO Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Piero on 07/09/2003 I all, I've got the same problem and after lot of test In my case, BA revealed that just after msmouse loaded, the system hung while unsuccessfully trying to load the laundry list of Windows fonts, while repeatedly calling out error 0016.
The only entries showing LoadFailure in the bootlog.txt file are failure to load a number ofttf files - truetype fonts. Apparently, "/p" Defrags theunmovables.The purpose of steps 1-5 is only to prevent constant restarts ofScandisk & Defrag, if you get them; but DEFINITELY turn off the VirusScanner. So that confirmed that it's not a driver associated with msmouse.vxd.
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: bob on 03/15/2004 Had the same problem with my install of windows ME. So installed and new HD and O/S and am now attempting to find missing drivers for his outdated HP from 1998 . Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Maybe the bios isn't supplyng the correct info to the o/s.I had the problem occur when i enabled the onboard USB port, when i couldn't get it to work i got
I am tempted to modify the system.ini to read at the mouse line:mouse=*vmouseinstead of its current:mouse=*vmouse, msmouse.vsdShould I do that to bypass the msmouse.vsd loading in future? Here I reset my display settings back to normal (16bit true-color, 1024x768) and it asks to me restart the computer no matter what my advanced setting for changing display settings are. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! The tech support people told me that the card wasn't working because win98 was corrupted and to reinstall win98.
Anyways, I attempted the scanreg.exe /fix but the computer said "cannot repair the registry from Windows. Here I reset my displaysettings| back to normal (16bit true-color, 1024x768) and it asks to me restartthe| computer no matter what my advanced setting for changing displaysettings| are. Edited by tetraoxygen, 04 July 2007 - 05:59 PM. 0 #4 Retired Tech Posted 05 July 2007 - 02:03 AM Retired Tech Retired Staff Retired Staff 20,563 posts You would need Browsing all the posts here, I suspected it was most likely a problem caused by corrupt hardware drivers listed in the Registry.
It then> brings up the display settings option menu. I am still beating the bushes for a resolution. When starting the computer, use the Startup Menu to create a one-time Bootlog.txt file. That said something:1.
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Johnathan on 03/27/2003 I see this problem also, With windows simple step-by-step boot monitor it looks like the mouse driver is the problem. It may take several times before the second> restart works and my computer boots all the way up normally. Maybe someday Windows will add a "lock" for a cold boot option or something, after all Mr Gates is a "control phreak" lol. :D I hope this helps some of you. If I reenable the port, the computer hangs on msmouse.vxd again.