File\$win_nt$.bt\bioinfo.inf error 14...while trying to xp
I just loaded a full version of windows xp home edition sp2 on my 2gb flashdrive. with the Pe to Usb formatter...Everything went well until i tried to load the operating system on my lenovo x61. I keep getting File\$win_nt$.bt\biosinfo.inf could not be loaded. The error code is 14. could someone please shed some light on this... The only suggestion i've had so far is that my boot.ini might be pointing to the wrong directory.
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I am not entirely sure how to get back to the clarifications page so i am sorry if i can not respond back to you, although i will try. I suspect what you are trying to do involves a new installation of windows maybe? the only thing i oculd think of that would be doing that is if your http://www.mediafire.com/?az2edaznz4o file is wrong (so i have provided the link. If you have no idea what i am talking about or if you are not doing anything special, just booting up like normal and trying to do your normal routine then all i can tell you is that you might need to try using a USB key or boot CD to boot to until you can further ***** what would be the cause of the problem. Any number of things could cause this and to be truthful there is not enough information from your end to give you a proper answer (although any answer on my part would have been a guess or hours of research at this point)
I am terribly sorry if this did not help and i hope someone more knowledgeable than myself can assist you.
I always receive a "C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT" error message.
“C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT. The system file is not suitable for running MS- DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. Choose ‘Close’ to terminate the application.”
This error message is not caused by the installation CD-ROM, but rather by the “Autoexec.nt” system file. Windows is unable to find this file when launching the installation CD-ROM, the file most likely having been deleted by another application.
To resolve this problem, proceed as follows: 1. Go to “C:\Windows\repair” and find the file “Autoexec.nt”. 2.Copy this file to “C:\Windows\system32”. 3.Right-click the file “Autoexec.nt” that you have just copied, and select “Properties”. 4.Tick the “Read-only” box and then click “OK”.
Find your newly installed disk and see if there is any unpartitioned space on it. If there is, just create a new partition, or delete the previous one so you can create the partition which will consume full size of the disk.
by alvin: just go to command prompt, click run then type cmd.. after that type dir f:\/a/w if letter f is where your drive located..then you can see the contents of your drive ..you will see an autorun.inf... you should delete that...in the same cmd window type attrib -r -a -s -h f:\autorun.inf then type del f:\autorun.inf....eject your flashdrive...goobye ntidr.vbs..
HERE IS THE SOLUTION : click on the link given below and find oc25.dll....if you are unable to find press keyboard key cntrl + f .A dialog box will appear now type oc25.dll and hit find key and you will find the oc25.dll .click on that file to download it to your computer.
Once you have downloaded the file you are looking for you still need to
make sure Windows or the program causing the error can find it. Follow
1. If you are encountering an error with Windows... The
file you downloaded needs to be placed into the Windows System
directory. On most machines this is one of the following locations: C:\Windows\System (Windows 95/98/Me), C:\WINNT\System32 (Windows NT/2000), or C:\Windows\System32 (Windows XP).
If you are encountering an error with a particular program... The
file most likely needs to be in this program's directory. This
directory is where the program is installed (i.e. c:\Program
If this step solves the problem, you do not need to complete step 2.
You may to register this file with Windows. Click on the Start Menu and
then on 'Run'. If you are replacing a Windows system file, type the
following command: regsvr32 \windows\system\file.dll (Windows 95/98/ME), regsvr32 \WINNT\system32\file.dll (Windows NT/2000), or regsvr32 \windows\system32\file.dll (Windows XP).
For example, 'regsvr32 \windows\system\apphelp.dll'
you are replacing a file for another program, change the directory
where appropriate. For example, 'regsvr32 \program files\Norton\xyz.dll'
If the file is registered correctly, you will receive a positive confirmation message. ------------------------------------------- Please let me know your feed-back.
If the registry editor fails to open the threat may have modified the
registry to prevent access to the registry editor. Security Response
has developed a tool to resolve this problem. Download and run this tool, and then continue with the removal.