A random thought - unplugged cdrom? However, the media used has a direct bearing on the index. I just want 1 to fix the problem, or someone explain how to use these tools! Repetition, for some, can be quite annoying.
so i reboot. In fact when I boot up my new hard drive, Windows detects the old one. Then start your system with the Windows XP CD, log on to the Recovery Console, and use the Bootcfg command to scan for available Windows installations and repair the Boot.ini file Click the Start button and in the Run or Search for programs and files text box, type msconfig and press Enter.
To disable the Windows XP splash screen (logo) at startup, and to see the list of drivers loading at startup, follow these steps: Click Start, Run and type MSCONFIG Click the If anyone knows if Raiding them would fix it, I would appreciate it. Or if you don't have any data worth saving, just do a fresh install of WinXP.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? While the computer is still in process of turning off, I was pissed enough to press the reset button. i couldnt stop it, so i had to wait. So I run Memtest86+, and it takes 8 hours, with no errors.
When at the command prompt type: chkdsk /r This will check and fix any errors. Windows Xp Boot Screen Changer default is none (just press enter) unless you've changed it then thats screwed Feb 7, 2006 #9 blacshadow TS Rookie Copying Files From Old to New Hard Drive My old this time i have more than enough space, the screen has a black desktop, has SafeMode in four corners, and system detail printed at top my antivirals (AVG, spybot S&D, malewarebytes..) memtest86+ It begins immediately.
You can disable that annoying splash screen… Note: Click on any image for a larger view of that particular image. I'm not sure how to copy these files onto my newly installed hard drive. And this is helpful only if we have trouble using f5 after the POST screen. Related Articles Very Slow boot when networking Faster Dual Boot Timeout Increase XP NTFS performance Enable or disable boot defrag Free Computer Magazines and eBooks How to Easily Remove Bloatware from
Disabling the GUI boot in these versions of Windows requires you to edit the boot.ini file and add the /noguiboot option. TechSpot is a registered trademark. Any vigorous movement of the computer with the hard drive in-use could damage the heads and/or media. This assumes that the hard drive is working properly and no defects in the media.
thinking about it, i had a similar problem that just kind of fixed itself before, but it's not doing it this time i haven't downloaded anything in over a year, and i tried everythign, but it wouldnt connect. If you have Windows 8, type msconfig from the Windows 8 Start screen.
Apr 5, 2007 #23 rf6647 TS Maniac Posts: 829 Stop 0x0000007B or INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE Quoting from "Windows XP -Inside Out" (Microsoft): This error message means that Windows XP is unable to locate
SeaTools Desktop v3.02.04. It would be helpful to know if your machine can be booted into Safe Mode. To disable the Windows splash screen that shows the process of Windows loading as it is starting, follow the steps below. No, create an account now.
It displays bios but DOES NOT display the familiar windows xp splash screen; It just hangs there with a black screen after bios post. Here is a source for multiple tools on a CD: http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/convert.html. You may also... Memtest86+ can be run against individual modules.
It all started when my Cd Drive got unplugged, so I replugged it. Click OK. follow prompts. Thank you for the replies ;) « Getting Blue Screen - Please Help if Possible | process list » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced
If the error occurs after upgrading the disk controller, verify that the new hardware is configured properly. If you do not have a Boot tab, skip to the next section. Windows Guides & Tutorials Customizing File & Folder Management Users & Accounts Drivers & Hardware Drive Management System & Security Basics Installing & Upgrading Tips & Tricks Key Concepts by Tim Doing this will take you to "The Safe Mode Menu Screen"; select the option "Last Known Good Configuration", and follow the on-screen prompts.
Please try again. Click the Start button and in the Run or Search for programs and files text box, type msconfig and press Enter. Post back with the outcome. You can exit that message - it's just a follow-up notification telling you that a change has been made. If you'd prefer to use a Command Prompt to open the System Configuration