Question about IBM (08K3261) for ThinkPad A20P, A20M, A21P, A22P Graphic Card
The computer goes through all steps to boot up then a blue screen comes up with the above mentioned STOP error message. It tells me to CHKDSK/F, but I can't get to a place to do this. I've tried to reload last good configuration, F8 for setup menu and F12 to select BOOT device, but nothing seems to work. It looks like it's gonna load (I can see Microsoft Office 2000 screen loading), but it never completes the load before the error message appears. The message also tells me to check hard drive components and restart the computer, but continues to do the same.
Go here http://www.bootdisk.com/ and download the first one one the list and save to your desktop.
click on it and have the floppy disk ready and follow the directions to make the boot disk.
All the tools needed will be on the disk.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Sounds Like You May Have Lost A Sector In Your Hard Drive.
I Would Suggest An Operating System Redo. You Can Also Use A Safe Boot Disk To Try And Retrieve Anything In The Computer.
Click Here For Bootsafe.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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