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  • mazzamjm Nov 07, 2008

    error 2100 hdd0 initialization error

    lenovo t61

    xp pro

  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2008

    hello, i have one problem, i think it's a big problem for me, cos every time when i open my notebook T-61 it's always show the message on start up
    here is the message ERROR 2100:HDD0 ( Hard disk drive ) initialization error (2)
    who know that problem please help me to solve it, thanks !

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Same prob on my IBM LENOVO T60
did anyone found the solution?
please contact me
i need to recover my DATA
my pc can't start no more

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I'm am trying to play age of mythology and after the movie ends, error appears and states "initialization failed".


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This means that the game is attempting to initialize hardware such as the video card but has failed

This can be caused by a number of factors.

1. Your hardware does not meet the games hardware requirements
2. Your hardware requires farther configuration to run the game properly



if you are certan that the game supports your hardware you may need to perform
some extra steps to get your game working

"Failed to initialize" is an incomplete error message because it does not tell you what exactly failed
a more complete error message would read "Failed to initialize the video subsystem" and then it would give an error code such as Error Code xxx telling you exactly what error code to look up
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Most of the time when a game says ( failed to initialize ) that means a video issue
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