I've deleted all of them and created only one. I have changed the boot order in the bios and when I try to run it from the hard disc, it says: Failed to startup. Hakkında Basın Telif hakkı İçerik Oluşturucular Reklam Verme Geliştiriciler +YouTube Şartlar Gizlilik Politika ve Güvenlik Geri bildirim gönder Yeni özellikleri deneyin Yükleniyor... Çalışıyor... January 13, 2008 at 5:27 AM Nick said... have a peek here
Ok, so i finally got it all setup and the reason the BSOD with pci.sys came up was because I was NOT using WinXP ***SP2***. the Ubuntu on extended partition still works problem free.I can assess all partitions except the NTFS partition where Windows 7 lives.It shows up as an unknown partition in Disk Management.Windows recovery Since technically the Win7 driver is newer you'll have to insist on using the older Windows Vista driver. Notify me of new posts by email. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1359737
Done exactly as said, get this message after booting from USB"...biosinfo.inf could not be loaded. Thomas Purcell 116.392 görüntüleme 2:14 Creating a UEFI bootable Windows 10 (and Windows 7, 8 and 8.1) USB installer with Rufus - Süre: 2:54. Set the usb as master drive AND master boot.
I'm thinking i should try with a smaller drive (do they even make sata drives smaller than 250 G these days)? This happens after it has finished loading all the nessisary files/drivers before installation. Also to get my jump drive to work I had to press Esc at the BIOS splash screen and then select my jump drive. December 11, 2007 at 10:24 AM Fahad said...
I have windows7 running good on my PC1000. Asus Eee Pc Windows 7 Starter Iso Download Drive jumper already set to Master (not cable select). CareyHolzman 227.809 görüntüleme 12:42 Repair A Corrupt Harddisk (Really-works) - Süre: 4:00. Also the drive has an 8 MB cache and maybe the machine powers down two quickly before the disk has had enough time to write the cache to disk?
Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support Hardware [ubuntu] eee control installation error Results 1 Great… it is because of the failure of that driver that I want to downgrade the BIOS. Done exactly as said, get this message after booting from USB"...biosinfo.inf could not be loaded. I have looked at the error message again when booting.
quicker and better then doing it yourself with nlite.it will take ~680mb of hdd & ~250mb of ram. http://www.drivers.com/fix_modem_drivers_problems/ And it works. Asus Eee Pc Windows 7 Factory Restore rvrvtvr: You need to be using windows vista or windows XP 32bit not 64bit. Windows 7 Free Download okay this worked for me after hal.dll and error messages. (Realized the installation didn't work with a 20gig usb harddrive use 2 or 4 gig usbstick)start as described.
while i was messing with device i deleted secure boot keys from bios therefore windows refused to boot. navigate here It never booted up again (disk read error).I though it was some unlikely coincidence and installed Win 7 again. So now I knew what was required to fix the issue, but Murphy's Law was working against me.The Solution I already had a copy of the 0703 build of And all of your data will still be accessible. Windows 7 Download
That is the key to helping us beginners. The files are on the disk in the I386 directory. but i have a problem.what is the meaning of "If you use the program Nlite be sure to keep the manual installation files as the USB_prep8 script relies on these files" Check This Out But yeah, really odd...
Adv Reply Quick Navigation Hardware Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support New to Ubuntu December 21, 2007 at 4:32 AM Robert said... @Nick:I have put a complete new hard drive into my Thinkpad with no partitions at all. Hope it helps, December 20, 2007 at 2:42 PM subc said...
January 4, 2008 at 12:37 PM Anonymous said... The PC just goes in a loop- "disk read error, press ctrl, alt, & delete to restart" which it doesn't. Any suggestions? Mixed Config of SATA / PATA Harddisks In this case you have to change the computer SATA / PATA configuration (unplugging) such that the C-drive is recognised as belonging to the
Anyone? If it doesn't, or it there are errors, run the Repair Installation option from your Windows boot CD.But why does this happen? I read over and over that this was fairly common. http://webgeninfosystems.com/windows-7/installation-repeating-itself.html What should I do??
i have been pulling my hair out with the same problem. Everything looked great. Thanks January 4, 2008 at 6:22 PM aiinas said... December 22, 2007 at 10:29 PM MJ said... @BradSimply edit your c:\boot.ini file and remove the line for the USB boot, or you can change the timeout from 30s to
A lot of guides will tell you you have to run compact on the drive. Any idea how I can fix this and make #1 the default choice????? Dilinizi seçin. Once the driver installs, for me I got a blank screen and I had to hard reboot.
Any solution for 64-bit systems?Gergely December 19, 2007 at 7:22 AM Nick said... Pulling the CMOS battery to let the BIOS lose it settings may work.At this point, you may be feeling some frustration. :-)If all that fails, here's what will usually work:Ghost your Press CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart (on a black background)System: Asus 1005PEB Eee PC Netbook (my dreaded adversary)Hard Drive: WD2500BEVT (with no jumpers set)OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Starter (actually not too bad)Originally the Asus eee PC 4G Win XP - Süre: 3:33.
Thanks for the write up, it works...But on boot i have two choices:1)Start Windows XP2)USB Repair NOT to Start Windows XPobviously I have to select 1. 2 gives me an error Oturum aç 12 Yükleniyor... When I get some time I will reapply new thermal paste to the heat-sink and try again. Is this the only solution and furthermore, will this rectify the issue.Cheers.
Make sure you delete ALL partitions and recreate a single partition or you will get the hal.dll error message.Once the text mode portion of setup is complete it will boot into It will work. Hi, I tried the above tutorial and ran into a problem. I have been dreaming for a simple solution for weeks, and you finally made my dream come true!
i've put xp on the usb key using the software and then started the eee pc booting from the usb and selecting txt mode it starts the installation and then comes i don't know if that related to my uefi boot problem. Started a defrag with Piriform Defraggler hoping for a quick operation with an almost empty HD. Legacy boot option is not exist in the bios under any menu.