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Problem for D101G Intel Mother Board

Dear Sir,
                 I have a Intel original D101Ggc mother board with P4 2.66 processor. Recently I face a problem in my machine. After staring the P.C ram test is ok, after that stating windows XP the scroll bar is coming for starting of winXP.But nothing happen it just restart againg.The same thing happen when I start it in safemode. So that I think it is the cause of winxp prof.And I want to reinstall it, but in that time when I want to create a fresh install, after formating the machine it there is a message, that it can't copy some files,after 7% percent of file copying.So that I change the CD and also CD-Rom drive. But nothing can change. My DDR1 400 BusSpeed Ram are ok. I checked it in a diffrenet machine it is totally ok there. I changed harddisk also.But same thing was there.
                  Please suggest me some alternate solution. And please help me how to solve the problem.
                  Thanking you,

Yours faithfully Partha Banerjee

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Re: problem for D101G Intel Mother Board

This problem due to bad hard disk or some bad sector develop on it.repartion and than format (not quick format)and may also run scandisk for surface scanning to locate bad sector.

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Re: problem for D101G Intel Mother Board


I am Vikram Kumar Thumu from India-Hyderabad. I have seen your message stating about error and also an issue with unable to install the Windows XP.

Well, such issues could happen due to below reasons,

1. BIOS Issue
2. if there is an issue with Harddisk.

To isolate the issue and resolve the issue I recommend you to try below steps as suggested.

1. Try to load the PC in to BIOS and try to check whether PC gets shutdown or not. I mean to say that, Get the PC in to BIOS screen  and let it be idle for 10-15 minutes. If PC does not Shut down in BIOS then it confirms there is an issue with Software side only and not with any Hardware Component.

  At this moment, there could be only three chances.
     a. With RAM
     b. BIOS software needs an update
     c. Windows Software

Now, once again load the PC in to BIOS, try to make the BIOS Default condition, In the BIOS , there will be Function Key by which you can make the BIOS default.  Example : For HP Laptops if we hit F9 key, it makes BIOS default in Notebook. Likewise, check out for Key and make it Default in ur PC.

Once if you are done with BIOS default please try to PC. If it still makes the issue. Then Power OFF PC and disconnect all Power cables from Notebook and try to RESEAT RAM Cards in ur PC.

Once if you are done with RAM, if it still makes the issue. Then I recommend you to Visit Web site of PC Manufucturer and try to update BIOS version. This might really work!!!

However, if the issue still persists then WE HAVE ULTIMATE SOLUTION to try WINDOWS RECOVERY CONSOLE

Please perform below steps to try RECOVERY CONSOLE:

Note**  Below Steps are applicable for only Windows XP.

To resolve this issue, use the Windows Recovery Console to extract a new copy of the Kernel32.dll file from the original Windows XP compact disc (The CD). To do this, and follow

these steps:


Follow these steps to install Recovery Console:
1. Start the Recovery Console. If you do not have the Recovery Console installed, start it from the Windows XP compact disc (The CD). Follow the a. b. c. d. steps to install Recovery Console:

a. Insert the Windows XP CD in your CD drive and restart your computer. If prompted, select any options required to boot from the CD.

b. When the text-based part of Setup begins, follow the prompts; you need to choose the repair or recover option by pressing R .

c. If you have a dual-boot or multiple-boot system, choose the installation that you need to access from the recovery console.

d. When your prompted, type the Administrator password.

2. At the command prompt, type cd system32 , and then press ENTER.

3. Type ren kernel32.dll kernel32.old , and then press ENTER.

4. Type map , and then press ENTER.

5. Note the drive letter assigned to the CD-ROM drive that contains the Windows XP CD. It is displayed in a format similar to the following:

D: \Device\CdRom0

6. Type expand drive \i386\kernel32.dl_ (where drive is the drive letter of the CD-ROM drive that contains the Windows XP CD), and then press ENTER. For example:

Expand d:\i386\kernel32.dl_
Note the underscore character after the "L" in Kernel32.dl_

The following message appears:

1 file(s) expanded.

7. Type in exit, after the computer restarts remove the Windows XP CD and start the computer normally.

This should resolve the issue. However, if the issue still persists then try to completely format the PC and then go ahead with Installation Of windows XP. For this you may need assistance of any experienced person whose has a sound knowledge on this process. Else you can Contact any service center near by....

 Note** Don;t worry this is not an issue with Motherboard. 

This should resolve the issue for you.

 If you need any further assistance on the issue, you can mail me at . I'll be glad to help you.


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