I put the HDD first, Diskette second, and third CDrom to see if it will start upon reboot and I still receive the same error message. BIOS may not recognize devices if they are not plugged-in. I thought my drive was ready to fail, so I looked into replacing it. So xp fixes: uninstall the hardware throught the device manager in the control pannel. (even pull the decives power cables) Manuall delete the upper and lower filters in the systems registry navigate here
Thanx MS. A recent hardware or software change might have caused this. I repeat, do not choose "To repair a Windows XP installation using the Recovery Console, press R". An additonal comment regarding PPLSPOET post: I also have Nero 6 installed but have not installed Nero 7.
Had a simuliar Problem a few weeks ago with wireless device drivers, would uninstall the drivers, but XP Pro Would Automatical reinstall the drivers after restart. Sysmdm.cpl didn't work at first (as some others have stated) to start Device Manager. This will allow u to format ur pc for sometimes and at time of format continuously press 's' and and delet all ur drive and create ur new drive.now this will Good Luck Reply forrest4trees says: May 19, 2009 at 12:41 am from an earlier post, this worked just fine for me.
I think there is a problem between Windows XP, Roxio Easy CD Creator, and /or AVG free 8.5 Antivirus. Big mistake as there was nothing wrong with it. When setup resumes i am asked to insert floppy disc xp sp3 into drive E. Windows 10 If you have any additional recommendations for Marlene, let's hear them!
The systems SEES the drive, it just can't read anything in it. Reboot And Select Proper Boot Device Encore Merci et bravo à Microsoft. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: John on 04/02/2011 Ted on 05/17/2007 worked for me. Thank you for the advise.
It simply wouldn't do anything when clicking the device manager button.Fortunately I read down through the solutions here and saw the advice to change the boot order. I didn't get the message anymore..so idk try it out and see if it works for you guys Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Johnny on 08/21/2011 Same problem here...I was someone also suggested a linux live boot solution but i didn't understand itWhat am i doing or what have I done wrong? Note: several devices under Sound, Video & Game Controllers will continue to re-appear after re-boot, so they can usually be ignored.
Yes No Thanks for your feedback.Don't forget to take a few seconds to say thanks: Thank you Thanks for your feedback.We're sorry. It still played music CDs and videos just fine, and burned disks successfully. Windows Failed To Start I described the above, inform the error including all the digits showing on the screen. Bootmgr Is Missing Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: earline on 03/01/2012 ihavent received xp for three months.
Look at Drive Configurations. check over here Since this is a new computer, and the problem you are describing has been happening since you got it, I suggest backing up your personal data, reinstalling the factory software, and He installs programs just for the fun of it or because he is curious and if he does not like it he supposedly uninstalls them. Had the same problem/error message you folks did, so I won't recap the details again. Chkdsk
I had the CD as the first boot device, changed it to the third, so that first is HDD, second is floppy, third is CD and that worked. Right mouse click your computer name and select Scan for hardware changes g. Regcure is the registery software I used, Vista Ultimate 32bit SP1 Reply jw says: April 24, 2009 at 7:25 am I have three DVD/CD drives (two on one machine and one his comment is here A loose or in some cases failing IDE cable (assuming it is an IDE and not SATA connection) will produce these errors in the Pavilion line (and most others I would
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Chuck on 10/14/2011 Regarding the "acms" error during Windows XP (re) install, the third reply "From: Scott on 02/19/2011)" worked, when used in conjunction with cheers!!! How about you just ship me a nice, free beta version of Windows 7.0?
A recent hardware or software change might have caused this. MS ‘fix it' did the trick. Reply Nikkeya says: April 19, 2009 at 8:55 pm This is complete BS. http://comvurgent.com/xp-home/xp-home-over-windows-98.html Type “devmgmt.msc” (without the quotes), and then press ENTER c.
Still could not start though. Running Windows XP SP2. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Rainer on 02/09/2010 on 02/09/2010 THANK YOU STEVE !!!!. Reply greg gr says: May 2, 2009 at 3:24 pm with fix tool the problem has resolved thanks Reply bernie K says: May 2, 2009 at 10:54 pm NBeen living with
In case it helps, here are some system-log entries from when the CD-rom disappeared (there are some McAfee-related info messages before/after and between): 7:17:05 The device, DeviceIdeIdePort1, is not ready for Slipstreaming Windows XP with Service Pack 2 (SP2) Good Another Slipstream step by step Better AutoStreamer mirror link for AutoStreamer Best!! and also some thing i've learned along the way. I'm pretty sure I've tried them all.
Verified the Hi/Lo filters are out of the registry 2. Or if a windows installation cd could help somehow, like repairing windows installation or something, and if so, if I can use any since I never got a windows xp cd Again, any help or insight would be appreciated. since i've done this method, i've done it on other pc with great sucess.
Hope this will finally solve the problem. I GOT HANG...........PLEASE HELP ME HOW TO RESTORE THE REBOOT!!!!! Please help me! It must have been a problem with the instance of XP on that machine, the registry settings, conflicts with other programs, etc., yet nothing I could find in the posts, like
So I called Dell support in Singapore (I bought the pc in Singapore but live in Vietnam). What can I do next?