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Loading Starts running then shuts down and restarts from beginning. Some problems file missing will not get through installing devices restart or com+ error unable to cert then restart system again

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Try quit that programs that use to much space , or buy a external hard disk.

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How do i download missing firmware for ubuntu

Loading Missing Firmware As described in the section called "Devices Requiring Firmware", some devices require firmware to be loaded. In most cases the device will not work at all if the firmware is not available; sometimes basic functionality is not impaired if it is missing and the firmware is only needed to enable additional features.
If a device driver requests firmware that is not available, debian-installer will display a dialog offering to load the missing firmware. If this option is selected, debian-installer will scan available devices for either loose firmware files or packages containing firmware. If found, the firmware will be copied to the correct location (/lib/firmware) and the driver module will be reloaded.
note.png Which devices are scanned and which file systems are supported depends on the architecture, the installation method and the stage of the installation. Especially during the early stages of the installation, loading the firmware is most likely to succeed from a FAT-formatted floppy disk or USB stick.
Note that it is possible to skip loading the firmware if you know the device will also function without it, or if the device is not needed during the installation.
warning.png Support for loading firmware is still relatively basic and is likely to be improved in future releases of the installer. Currently debian-installer will for example not display any warning if you choose to load missing firmware, but the requested firmware is not found. Please report any issues you encounter by filing an installation report (see the section called "Submitting Installation Reports").
Preparing a medium Although in some cases the firmware can also be loaded from a partition on a hard disk, the most common method to load firmware will be from some removable medium such as a floppy disk or a USB stick. The firmware files or packages must be placed in either the root directory or a directory named /firmware of the file system on the medium. The recommended file system to use is FAT as that is most certain to be supported during the early stages of the installation.
Tarballs containing current packages for the most common firmware are available from:
Just download the tarball for the correct release and unpack it to the file system on the medium.
If the firmware you need is not included in the tarball, you can also download specific firmware packages from the (non-free section of the) archive. The following overview should list most available firmware packages but is not guaranteed to be complete and may also contain non-firmware packages:

It is also possible to copy individual firmware files to the medium. Loose firmware could be obtained for example from an already installed system or from a hardware vendor.
Firmware and the Installed System Any firmware loaded during the installation will be copied automatically to the installed system. In most cases this will ensure that the device that requires the firmware will also work correctly after the system is rebooted into the installed system. However, if the installed system runs a different kernel version from the installer there is a slight chance that the firmware cannot be loaded due to version skew.
If the firmware was loaded from a firmware package, debian-installer will also install this package for the installed system and will automatically add the non-free section of the package archive in APT's sources.list. This has the advantage that the firmware should be updated automatically if a new version becomes available.
If loading the firmware was skipped during the installation, the relevant device will probably not work with the installed system until the firmware (package) is installed manually.
note.png If the firmware was loaded from loose firmware files, the firmware copied to the installed system will not be automatically updated unless the corresponding firmware package (if available) is installed after the installation is completed.

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Jul 17, 2012 | Operating Systems

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When pc is booting , fom begining , I have 3 options. F9 =boot device menu F10 =Rom base setup or F12=NTWORK service boot! Nether 3 work. Only erreor loading operating system! Wht can i do about it.

I think you need to re-install your os for some files that the Operating System need to boot properly is missing. First, run your xp or any operating system that your using and select repair. after doing this , booting problem will no longer be a problem to you my friend. Have a nice day and i was hoping this would solve your boot problem.

Aug 17, 2011 | Operating Systems

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Hye i bought a pc hp dx5150 sff when i plug in my hard disk 80 gb seagate baracuda it shows missing operating system i install xp bootable cd in my cdrom first setup was successfully completed and pc get...

Sounds like you may have to change the boot up drive in your bios.
To enter you bios, you have hit Del or an F key as your computer begins to boot up (watch the screen, it should tell you).
Once you've entered your bios, you have to find where in the bios it allows you to set the order of boot devices. This is commonly under "Power Up" options or on the more recent BIOSes, it'll be under "Boot Devices." Once you're there, refer to the on screen instructions on how to change the order. The most common ways are using the page up/down keys, the +/- keys or the left and right arrows. Set your Seagate Barracuda to be the first place it boots from and you should be able to boot from it.

Mar 25, 2011 | Operating Systems

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Press Esc to cancel loading SPTD.sys

You should be able to boot XP from an install CD and perform a repair install (not a complete install) which will not affect your existing files.

You'll need to enter your BIOS and ensure that your PC is set to boot from CD, then restart your PC with the disc in the disc drive. After a period of loading, it will give the option to repair install on the installation screen. Choose that option, then follow the onscreen prompts and allow the install to finish before rebooting (rebooting may be automatic, depending on your version). After repair install, ensure that all updates are current.

Dec 30, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2

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Error 1316 occurred while down loading adobe 9.1 what is wrong. Wiil not let me down load any registry fix.

Hi upperroom50,

This message usually means a previous installation of a software is getting in the way of the new installation. It's kinda nutty that this would cause a problem, but we live in a nutty world. The fix is to download a free program from Microsoft that will totally and completely remove the old software. Then the new version can load unimpeded.

1. Download: Microsoft Windows Installer Cleanup Utility
2. Choose Save file option in the popup dialogue box
3. A File by name Msicuu.exe will be downloaded on your system
4. Run the Msicuu.exe application. This will install the program.
5. Run the Windows Installer CleanUp Utility file you just loaded (Start > All Programs > Windows Install Clean Up or C:\Program Files\Windows Installer Clean Up double click msicuu.exe
6. You will see window listing various applications.
7. Select the offending program, then click Remove. You'll see the warning box, select OK. The utility will remove all the parts of the program from your computer.
8. Restart your computer, then try loading the new version of the software.

Good Luck, and don't forget to leave a rating,



Sep 17, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Nothing coming on compter monitor

start the computer in safe mode by pressing the f8.
wait till it completed the loading, log of and restart teh computer and log in as usual.
go to start>>accessories>>system tools.
click on disk cleaner. runit throught the c drive and clean up all of the temp files.

c drive should have 25% free space at all times.

Apr 09, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Gateway laptop modle mx8711 windows failed to load

Try to start in safe mode and then when it finished loading shut it down again. Boot again it should boot to windows if it not, maybe a corrupted files or some files are missing.

Apr 01, 2009 | Microsoft Windows? Vista Home Premium...

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I have down loaded ie7 but cannot load it.

Your Windows installation is most likely corrupt, meaning you have bad files for Windows. Most likely caused by a virus that is still preventing you from installing an antivirus program. If you have a recovery cd, now is a good time to boot from it, just copy your important files to a thumb drive or other media before doing so in case it wipes them out. Another options is running the System File Checker utility to replace/repair Windows System Files. To do so (you will need a Windows CD), Click Start button -> Run -> type "cmd" and click OK button. In the black window, type "sfc /scannow". It may prompt you for the Windows CD. This will check all of your core Windows files and replace any missing or bad ones.

Mar 19, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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My pc is restarting automatically continously when i turn on my

Does it show BLUE Screen, or does it show the Windows loading before it restarts?

If Bluescreen, something happened to root system files and you need to REPAIR
1. Shut down PC, pull out all USB devices, Floppies and insert Win CDROM
2. Power on
3. Press any key to boot from CDROM
4. Select Install
5. Select Repair
6. Ans questions and let run 30min
7. Remove CDROM
8. Reboot - it should work now

If Windows Logo, A device or driver you or MS or Mozilla or... installed for you malfunctioned and you need to start in LAST KNOWN GOOD mode
1. Reboot
2. Press F8 and hold down
3. Enter Password if asked
4. Select "Last Known Good"
5. When stable and logged in, Reboot

Jan 18, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Windows start up failure

Sounds like you could have faulty RAM or your HD has bad read/write sectors on it. Difficult to say without swaping out parts. Take it to a shop so they can figure out what needs to be replaced.

Sep 08, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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