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When i start my computer with window XP , its spash some error & restart again, after many times it getted start. firther i have aproblem when i turn it off by selecting shut down it again restart & check error for D drive and message display windows was not correctly shut down & checking D drive for consistency

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The window is corrupt try to repair the window with window xp

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When my computer starts on window xp blue screen appears with fatal system error last time i will update my pc to sp3 and install . installing takes too much time i will unpluged the computer and then...


when your computer is updating do not turn off or shut down your computer this will be the reason for your windows operating system crash. just let the windows update to finish. this this type of error you will need to contact your computer manufacturer or try re-installing your windows XP. If you wish to reformat your computer make sure to back up all your files first.

Sep 10, 2011 | Intel Motherboards

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Hi i have problem my pc it restart again and again and i have install window lots of time then also i have same problem what should i do plz reply me thanx for support


Restarting could be caused by:- 1)Overheating of the cpu.If so use a speedfan utility to get rid of this problem.
2)It could be because of bad memory.Trying to access a bad spot in your system memory (RAM) can cause the computer to freak out and restart. The best way to find the culprit is to pop open the system unit, remove (or replace) one RAM stick and see if the problem is solved. Run your system.
3)It could be a result of newly installed software or update. Try to uninstall any newly update and see it it works.
4)There's a setting buried in Windows XP that tells your computer to restart when a system error occurs. If you turn off that option, you may solve your automatic reboot problem.


  • Click Start, then open Control Panel
  • Click Performance and Maintenance
  • Click System
  • Click on the Advanced Tab
  • Click Settings in the Startup and Recovery section
  • Uncheck Automatically Restart in the System failure section


  • GOOD LUCK

    Feb 07, 2011 | Gigabyte GA-8I865GME-775 Motherboard

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    I am getting a disk 1/0 error and am not confident at all with computers. How can I fix this so my son can use the computer? My PC is about 6 years old and I only ever used it 9-10 times


    Hello,


    A..Access the BIOS setup by pressing the key designated for your BIOS at Startup? It can be Del/F1/F2 or whatever and will be shown on Boot Screen before Windows is loaded.
    B. Do you have a Win98 Boot Diskette proven to work well in a PC?
    If so:
    1.With the Win98 Boot Diskette in the Floppy Drive, Restart the PC.
    2. Press the BIOS key [Eg:Del] enter BIOS setup
    Check for correct YYYY/MM/DD and Time for your Time Zone and proceed to take a good look at the entries of your IDE devices and Floppy Drive with special attention to your Hard Drive(s) in IDE section. If they are all properly identified and normal, you can EXIT the BIOS. [ It does not mattere "Save changes" or "don't save changes" as you have not made any changes.]
    3. Wait for Boot Disk to be accessed and Windows Startup Menu to appear with the Options:
    1.Start Computer with CD-ROM support.
    2.Start Computer without CD-ROM support
    3. Help File
    4. Select the option,1.Start Computer with CD-ROM support. and ENTER
    5. Watch the screen for CD-ROM driver installed successfully" and "Diagnostic Tools " installed and CD-ROM drive letter designation and finally appearance of A:\Prompt
    6. At, A:\ Prompt type FDISK and press ENTER.
    7. Accespt Y at the bottom of "Large Disk Support" message.
    8. At FDISK menu select #4. Display...."
    9. Check if the HDD is shown as C: A FAT32 and size.
    I am suspecting a problem somewhere here; so if you don't have an Active C: drive press ESC >ESC and remove boot Disk CTRL +ALT+ DELETE to reboot and post back
    If you have an Active C: drive, press ESC >ESC to A:\Prompt and type in C: and then at C:\> prompt, type DIR and [ENTER] look for Windows Directories. Here is another Problem area. If you cannot Find any Dir or get an Error, make sure your typing and spacing are OK [ No space after Drive letter for the Command] and if so, ALT+CTRL+DEL or Power Off.

    If the problem is same do next .

    Alternative Start Mode

    1. Re-boot PC, as it starts tap F8 several times until the windows boot window appears.
    2. Scroll to "Start with last known good configuration.)
    3. Press "Enter"

    Or
    1. Re-boot PC, as it starts tap F8 several times until the windows boot window appears.
    2. Scroll to "Safe Mode" (With networking, if you want to access the internet)
    3. Press "Enter"

    System Restore

    1. Go "Start"
    2. "All programs"
    3. "Accessories"
    4. "System tools"
    5. "System Restore"
    6. ensure "Restore to an earlier time" is checked and click "Next"
    7. Select an earlier date when your PC worked well. (Must be a highlighted date)
    8. Click "Next"
    9. Allow system restore and reboot

    NTLDR is Missing.

    Related errors:

    Below are the full error messages that may be seen when the computer is booting.

    NTLDR is Missing
    Press any key to restart

    Boot: Couldn't find NTLDR
    Please insert another disk

    NTLDR is missing
    Press Ctrl Alt Del to Restart
    Cause:
    Computer is booting from a non-bootable source.
    Computer hard disk drive is not properly setup in BIOS.
    Corrupt NTLDR and/or NTDETECT.COM file.
    Misconfiguration with the boot.ini file.
    Attempting to upgrade from a Windows 95, 98, or ME computer that is using FAT32.
    New hard disk drive being added.
    Corrupt boot sector / master boot record.
    Seriously corrupted version of Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
    Loose or Faulty IDE/EIDE hard disk drive cable.

    Solutions:

    Computer is booting from a non-bootable source




    CD-ROM is the first boot device, and not the hard disk drive.

    Second, when the computer is booting you should receive the below prompt.

    Press any key to boot from the CD

    Important: When you see this message press any key such as the Enter key immediately, otherwise it will try booting from the hard drive and likely get the NTLDR error again.


    Computer hard disk drive is not properly setup in BIOS

    Verify that your computer hard disk drive is properly setup in the BIOS / CMOS setup. Improper settings can cause this error. Additional information on how to enter the BIOS / CMOS setup can be found in document CH000192.

    Corrupt NTLDR and/or NTDETECT.COM file

    Windows 2000 users
    Windows XP users

    Windows 2000 users

    If your computer is using Microsoft Windows 2000 and you are encountering the NTLDR error. Create the below boot.ini file on the floppy diskette drive.

    [boot loader]
    timeout=30
    default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINNT
    [operating systems]
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINNT="Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional" /fastdetect

    Copy the NTLDR and NTDETECT.COM files from another computer using the same operating system. Both of these files are located in the root directory of the primary hard disk drive. For example, C:\NTLDR and C:\NTDETECT.COM should be the locations of these files on many computers.

    Please keep in mind that these files are hidden system files, if you need additional help with viewing hidden files in Windows please see document CH000516.

    Once these files have been copied to a floppy diskette reboot the computer and copy the NTLDR and NTDETECT.COM files to the root directory of the primary hard disk drive. Below is an example of what commonly should be performed from the A:\> drive.

    copy ntldr c:
    copy ntdetect.com c:

    After the above two files have been copied, remove the floppy diskette and reboot the computer.

    Windows XP users
    Insert the Windows XP bootable CD into the computer.
    When prompted to press any key to boot from the CD, press any key.
    Once in the Windows XP setup menu press the "R" key to repair Windows.
    Log into your Windows installation by pressing the "1" key and pressing enter.
    You will then be prompted for your administrator password, enter that password.
    Copy the below two files to the root directory of the primary hard disk. In the below example we are copying these files from the CD-ROM drive letter, which in this case is "e." This letter may be different on your computer.

    copy e:\i386\ntldr c:\
    copy e:\i386\ntdetect.com c:\

    Once both of these files have been successfully copied, remove the CD from the computer and reboot.

    Misconfiguration with the boot.ini file

    Edit the boot.ini on the root directory of the hard disk drive and verify that it is pointing to the correct location of your Windows operating system and that the partitions are properly defined. Additional information about the boot.ini can be found on document CH000492.

    Attempting to upgrade from a Windows 95, 98, or ME computer that is using FAT32

    If you are getting this error message while you are attempting to upgrade to Windows 2000 or Windows XP from Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows ME running FAT32 please try the below recommendations.
    Boot the computer with a Windows 95, Windows 98 or Windows ME bootable diskette.
    At the A:\> prompt type:

    sys c:

    After pressing enter you should receive the "System Transferred" message. Once this has been completed remove the floppy diskette and reboot the computer.

    New hard disk drive being added

    If you are attempting to add a new hard disk drive to the computer make sure that drive is a blank drive. Adding a new hard disk drive to a computer that already has Windows installed on it may cause the NTLDR error to occur.

    If you are unsure if the new drive is blank or not try booting from a bootable diskette and format the new hard disk drive.

    Corrupt boot sector / master boot record

    It's possible your computer's hard disk drive may have a corrupt boot sector and/or master boot record. These can be repaired through the Microsoft Windows Recovery console by running the fixboot and fixmbr commands.

    Additional information and help in getting into the Microsoft Windows Recovery console can be found on document CH000627.

    Seriously corrupted version of Windows 2000 or Windows XP

    If you have tried each of the above recommendations that apply to your situation and you continue to experience this issue it is possible you may have a seriously corrupted version of Microsoft Windows. Therefore we would recommend you reinstall Microsoft Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

    If you are encountering this issue during your setup you may wish to completely erase your computer hard disk drive and all of its existing data and then install Microsoft Windows 2000 / Windows XP. Additional information about erasing the computer and starting over can be found on document CH000186.

    Loose or Faulty IDE/EIDE hard disk drive cable

    This issue has been known to be caused by a loose or fault IDE/EIDE cable. If the above recommendation does not resolve your issue and your computer hard disk drive is using an IDE or EIDE interface. Verify the computer hard disk drive cable is firmly connected by disconnected and reconnecting the cable.

    If the issue continues it is also a possibility that the computer has a faulty cable, try replacing the hard disk drive cable with another cable and/or a new cable.

    Hope this helps ,

    Jan 26, 2011 | Gigabyte GA-8SRX Motherboard

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    My computer starts windows and restarts


    It would be best to start with a fresh bios flash that you can download from

    http://www.perfectdrivers.com/drivers/Bios/Soltek-SL-K890Pro-939-Bios-T1-4

    or

    http://driverscollection.com/?H=SL-K890Pro-939&By=Soltek

    After this is installed then start the computer in SAFE mode and run a full virus, malware and spyware scan.

    Then restart the computer in normal mode and if it fails again you will have to use a Windows restore disc, if you have one, or use the Windows installation disk to start and run a Repair on the system then restart it. Then download all the remaining up top date drivers at

    http://rapidshare.com/files/12368442/SL-K890Pro-939.rar (51.394 MB) No pass required.

    And run a full virus, malware and spyware sweep on the download before using it. Then install all the latest drivers to you system and restart. Then check for any Microsoft updates.

    Sep 29, 2009 | Soltek SL-K890Pro-939 Motherboard

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    Installaion error


    First make sure thats what you want to do since xp is no longer made. If you still want to go ahead you have to make sure you have the complete install and directions. You will have to remove vista first. But check the specs if you bought the computer with vista already installed you will not have the right drivers in your computer to go backwards in versions. Good luck. The reason the error comes up is that the install is trying to remove a component that is needed for your computer to operate. If you had xp and updated to vista, depending on how it was installed it would have removed the xp driver when updating.

    Sep 05, 2009 | Foxconn K7S741GXMG-6L Motherboard

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    My Windows XP sp2 does not start up after the installation.


    hi, I think you have not finish yet your OS installation, when installing OS just wait for it till you have see the start menu pop-up then there you go, you can now remove your installation CD. And express gate is a browser included in your ASUS motherboard that lets you boot up in seconds and enjoy your stuff even your OS is not fully loaded yet..

    Jun 01, 2009 | ASUS P5QL-E Motherboard, LGA775, Intel P43...

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    My computer is auto restart.so i cant do anything pls help


    Did you install any new software/drivers? Do you have properly updated Anti Viru installed? Sometimes misbehaving drivers force windows to restart again and again.

    (Presumming that you are using Windows)

    Try to start the computer in "safe mode" by constantly pressing F8 while start up. Next screen will show the options available for starting the computer.
    OPTION 1:Choose "safe mode" from the option. Please wait for a while it takes some time. Once there please use the "system restore" option when dialog box appears asking for you to choose the next action.

    OPTION 2: you can follow a longer process if you want to know which driver is actually malfunctioning. Choose "continue with safe mode" and type "msconfig" (do not include quotes) a new window will apear, go to "start up" TAB and uncheck all the items shown there. And resart the system normally.Now, go to run again and type "msconfig" go to "start up" TAB and check one item from there and click "ok" and restart your system. Do this untill you find the malfunctioning Driver, once you get hold of the culprit (note down the name) and restart the system once again in "safe mode" and when you reach the "start up" TAB under MSCONFIG, uncheck the specific driver and restart. Your System should work fine.
    If this does not solve your issue, you will need the Windows installation disc to repair you windows instalation.

    Feb 02, 2009 | Intel D945GCL Motherboard

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    Error loading operating system


    you'll need to run windows setup again.
    Insert the cd restart and when asked to start with cd click enter.

    Jan 14, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3L M-b- P45+ICH10, DDR2...

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    Continuous BLUE SCREEN after sp2 install.


    After you upgrade your computer to Windows XP, you might receive the following Stop error message when the computer starts: STOP: 0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0x804E518E, 0xFC938104, 0xFC937E04)
    SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

    WUSB54GCx86.sys- Address 92D89498 base at 92D7c000, Datestamp 45c04cc9 Note The parameters and file names in this error message might vary, depending on the cause of the Stop error. The file name in the second line of the error message, WUSB54GCx86.sys, is an example of a driver file that might be causing the error.

    This article discusses seven methods for resolving the problem. The first method is designed for beginning to intermediate computer users. The other six methods are designed for advanced computer users.

    Because this article contains steps that involve restarting your computer, you might find it easier to follow the steps if you print this article first.


    CAUSE
    This issue might occur if a system thread generates an exception that the error handler does not catch. This exception can be caused by any of the following: • If this issue occurs after the first restart during Windows Setup or after Setup is complete, the computer might not have sufficient hard disk space to run Windows XP. • The computer BIOS might be incompatible with Windows XP, or it might have to be updated. • The video adapter drivers might be incompatible with Windows XP. • A device driver or a system service might be damaged. • If the issue is associated with the Win32k.sys file, it might be caused by a third-party remote control program.
    Use the Windows Error Reporting tool loadTOCNode(2, 'resolution'); You can use the Windows Error Reporting tool to send information about the error to us and to obtain information about any available fix or workaround. Follow these steps to use the Windows Error Reporting Tool: 1. When the Windows Error Reporting window pops up on your computer, click Send Error Report to send the error report to us. 2. In the confirmation window that appears after you send the error report to us, click More Information. This helps you find any available fixes for the problem or information about how to work around the issue. 3. If a fix or a workaround is not available, you can use the "Advanced Troubleshooting" section to try to resolve this issue. If you are not comfortable with advanced troubleshooting, you might want to contact Support. For information about how to contact Support, visit the following Microsoft Web site:

    Method 1: Make sure that you have sufficient hard disk space loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution');First, make sure that you have sufficient hard disk space. The Stop error can be caused by insufficient hard disk space.

    If you can use safe mode or the Recovery Console to start the computer, delete any unnecessary temporary files, Internet cache files, program backup files, and files that contain saved file fragments from disk scans (.chk files). You can also install Windows XP on another hard disk that has more free space.

    If you cannot start the computer, go to the next method to update the computer BIOS.

    Method 2: Update the computer BIOS loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution');If freeing space on your hard disk did not resolve the problem, the BIOS might have to be updated. Use the hardware and software vendor contact information articles that are listed in the "References" section to contact the computer manufacturer to obtain the most recent BIOS update.

    Note When you update the BIOS, you might have to disable BIOS memory options, such as caching or shadowing, temporarily.

    Method 3: Disable or update device drivers loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution');If you have updated the BIOS successfully and the problem persists, the video adapter drivers on the computer might have to be updated or disabled. Follow these steps to troubleshoot the video adapter drivers: 1. If a driver is listed by name in the Stop error message, disable or remove that driver. • If the error occurs during the startup sequence and the system partition uses the NTFS file system, you might be able to use safe mode to rename or to delete the faulty driver. • If the driver is used as part of the system startup process in safe mode, you must use the Recovery Console to start the computer. 2. If the Stop error message does not indicate a specific driver, update the video adapter drivers to the latest versions. 3. Disable or remove any drivers or services that you recently added. 4. Check the Microsoft Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) to determine whether the PCI devices in the computer are compatible with Windows XP. For information about the HCL, visit the following Microsoft Web site:http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/hcl/default.mspx

    Method 4: Remove unsigned driversIf you have updated the video adapter drivers and the problem persists, or if you cannot start Windows in safe mode, the problem might be caused by a different, unsigned driver. Remove all drivers that are not digitally signed by Microsoft. For more information about how to do this, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

    316434 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316434/) How to perform advanced clean-boot troubleshooting in Windows XP

    Method 5: Remove all third-party drivers loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution');You might be unable to determine which third-party driver causes the error. If removing unsigned drivers does not resolve the issue, try moving all third-party driver files from the %Windir%\System32\Drivers folder to a different location. Follow these steps to move the third-party driver files: 1. Use the Recovery Console to start the computer, or start the computer from a different installation of Windows if you have performed a parallel Windows installation. 2. Create a temporary folder to hold the driver files. For example, you could create c:\DriverTemp. 3. Move all files that do not have a creation date for Windows XP of 8/13/2001 from the %Windir%\System32\Drivers folder into the temporary folder that you created in step 2.

    Caution If the computer relies on third-party IDE or SCSI controller drivers for correct operation, you must identify those driver files and then leave them in the %Windir%\System32\Drivers folder. 4. Restart the computer. 5. Continue the Windows Setup program. You can add the driver files back to the computer one at a time to identify the faulty driver.
    Method 6: Remove third-party remote control servicesIf you still have the problem after you use the previous methods and the Stop error message contains the Win32k.sys file name instead of a driver file name, the problem might be caused by a third-party remote control program. To remove the service, use the Recovery Console to start the computer and then delete the third-party remote control service file.


    Oct 24, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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    Problem of blue screen error messege


    you have installed the inf setup or not, install all the updated drivers of your motherboad

    Oct 03, 2008 | Intel D102GGC2 Motherboard

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