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Quick Restore I did a Quick Restore with the 3 disks provided that took approximately 20 minutes. When it ended I removed the last disk and pressed enter to reboot. Directions state that after installation is complete you can install programs. My laptop has been running for better than 2 hours now and nothing has happened. Claire

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  • clg721 Apr 18, 2009

    I removed the battery as you suggested. Restarted the laptop without a CD and had an opening screen with the stats of the laptop. At the bottom it said: ERROR: Resource conflict - PCI on Motherboard BUS:00, Device: 09, Function: 00.

    Also a box with F1-Boot and one with F10-Computer Setup. I did F1. Got the Windows XP screen, then a blue screen with "Please wait while Windows prepares to start". This was after doing another Recovery. Now I have a black screen with the cursor in the middle and nothing happening.

    How long should it take after running the Recovery disks to restart correctly if that error message means nothing?


  • clg721 Apr 18, 2009


    I've done verything you have suggested and nothing seems to be working. I had that ERROR before I did the Recovery and the laptop was working but extremely slow.

    I have been trying to resolve this problem fro at least 3 days now and I think I will take it in for repairs. Hopefully it can be repaired.

    Thank you for your assistance.


  • clg721 Apr 19, 2009


    Thank you. Tapping the F8 key did give me the option to boot in the safe mode as well as others.

    I did that and I don't get past the Windows XP opening screen.

    You are more than likely right about the motherboard problem. I will take it in for a check up and if they find that is the problem I will just forget about repairs. Too expensive.

    Thanks again.


  • clg721 Apr 19, 2009

    It was helpful but didn't work.



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Tap the F8 key as you reboot... hopefully you will get the option to boot to safe mode.... let me know if it will boot to safe mode.... i does sound like you have a component that has failed on the motherboard tho

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Hi Claire.

Try removing the laptop battery, removing CD from the inside, and restarting the laptop with no disk inside.

If it restarts correctly, then you should have the Windows screen and everything working.

If the laptop does not start , then you will need to start the recovery procedure again.

Insert the disk 1 from the recovery CD set inside the laptop and chose to do a full recovery (this will delete old data) or a partial recovery. If you have no data to save , complete recovery is better.

If you do all the above and still no luck, then one of the recovery CD gets stuck, in that case give me a more detailed description (error messages etc.) of what happens when the recovery does not complete..

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    Ginko Apr 18, 2009

    Hi ,

    Try first unplugging power and removing battery again to reset the laptop (I forgot to tell you to remove battery as well on my last comment).

    The : "ERROR: Resource conflict - PCI on Motherboard BUS:00, Device: 09, Function: 00." is an hardware error, and you do not fix this kind of problem with a recovery disk.

    Try first Go in to the BIOS Setup by pressing button (I think F2 on your model) on startup and choose the option to set things to the Default then Save and Exit.

    If that fixes it but it comes back when you remove power from the PC you may need a new CMOS battery.

    If that does not fix the problem, then you have a faulty device inside the laptop. Device 09 is audio chipset, built in on motherboard, but this can also mean a faulty RAM module.



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