Hi I am trying to repair my corrupted Windows XP Pro installed on my IBM Intelliststion Z pro type 6221. I've got 3 SCSI HDD using the onboard SCSI controller LSI1030. During Windows setup and after pressing F6 to install the SCSI driver I am getting this message "unexpected error ( 4096 ) in line 2113 d:\xpsprtm\base\setup\oemdisk.c
Can you give me an advise on how to resolve this issue..
Thank you very muchh
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Re: Windows Xp on Intellistation Z Pro type 6221
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You need a floppydisk including the Driver for the SCSI or Sata drive - Depending which HD You are using. If the controller is in motherboard You will find the driver from motherboard webpages. If it's a separate controller card - You will find it from it's web pages. XP doesn't support too well sata if it's not the XP SP3 version media. You may need to change the sata to compatibility IDE mode to get it up and running.
This: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/get/system-requirements.aspx is a link to the system requiements. As for memory, I can't find out if it's DDR or DDR2. If you don't know either, try downloading a tool called CPU-Z. That should display DDR or DDR2, and I can then recommend something.
As for the graphics card, you could try to get an ATi 9000 series card somewhere.(maybe buy one on ebay? I doubt they still sell them new...) I have one too, in an old PC, and while it doesn't run any new games, it's fast enough for the casual user.
You have the solution given the fact that the IBM netloader wants to be subordinant to a loaded OS on a different drive acting as server when used on a thin client like the Intellistation. Unless carried as a portion of the registry of an MS OS, XP or Vista will drop it unless registered with a NetUpdate as a standing part of the registry. But most sysops conduct updates without all clients active so that some will inevitably be dropped, which is why the best strategy is to conduct updates on Off Hours when all clients can be up without human interaction, impossible during the workday, unless you deactivate an entire set of nodes for the purpose.
Run a reregistry while the Intellistation is on and active but without an operator and your problem should disappear more permanently.
During the XP install, you will be given the chance to set up partitions on the drive. Blow them all out. Completely. Then recreate the partition and let XP install. I expect this will solve the nt loader issue. If, however, it does not, then use the recovery approach below to get the required loader files onto your boot partition.
Insert the Windows XP bootable CD into the computer.
When prompted to press any key to boot from the CD, press
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
"d." This letter may be different on your computer.
Mayeb you need to repair the OS - In which case you will need to have SCSI Controller XP OS floppy driver obtained from IBM website.
Start up the computer booting up from the CD ROM. Then when it comes to "install thrid party devices" - press 'S' and insert the floppy with the SCSI Coontroller on it and follow the on screen instructions.