Generated Sun, 30 Oct 2016 22:47:00 GMT by s_fl369 (squid/3.5.20) Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10 GoDaddy (1) Macedonia (1) Macintosh (1) Magnitude (1) Malaysia (1) Malware Viruses (1) Maware (1) Mea Culpa (1) Motorola (1) Mozilla (1) Music (1) NATO (1) Najada Ltd (1) Nemucod (1) Then the BIN directory. Sysprep by itself works, and I've found that an old version of UIU still works (2.0, with driver updates only). 15 April 2008 at 21:23 erikig said... http://linuxprofilm.com/the-system/the-system-encountered-an-uncorrectable-system-error-nmi.html
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Now create another file called setres.log. Now create another file called setres.log. I don't understand it well enough. http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00024476
So, now I took out all sticks of memory but one single 512mb, and am continuing the Windows recovery process. I'll see where that gets me, but probably will end up buying a USB to SATA adapter cable at Microcenter to get the files on another PC ASAP. Then did another nondestructive recovery and guess what? Thanks!
Im still testing now, but many of you may have followed guides on the internet which suggest getting deploy.cab from an SP2 CD. Discussion in 'Hardware' started by rtxx, Jun 5, 2011. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. My last resort is to use the System Recovery Disks that came with the PC so set the PC back to factory default settings.
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You may have to change the boot order in BIOS. Right click in the Bin directory, select New File and type setres.log in the box. This will create a 0 byte file in the C:\HP\Bin directory. THE COMPUTER BOOTED RIGHT UP!
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Then I tried a 98 boot disk which booted fine, but now it only detected the floppy drive, my DVD and CD drives, and my HP_RECOVERY drive, which it though was If you still cannot get into Windows, you can use Puppy to copy your files to either a flash drive or external drive and then do a full factory restore. I just spoke with an HP representative and they informed me that I should not lose my files, but 3rd party installations made after the installation of XP will be lost, click site rtxx Private E-2 My friend's XP Presario SR2030NX had a bunch of malware.
I know it is difficult to determine and explain a computer solution this way without being able to see it for yourself and try stuff out, and I appreciate your help. Also on GameFAQs...Help - Answers to the most commonly asked questions about GameFAQs.FAQ Bookmarks - Access and manage the bookmarks you have added to different guides.FAQ Bounty - Write a FAQ Quite honestly at this stage I would give up on trying to repair that Windows install, I would concentrate more on copying any personal files, "zero" filling the suspect harddrive and
It starts sounding like its booting from the disk (hear the drive running), but does nothing. You're a freaking genious! 30 May 2007 at 19:27 Brendan said... Factory is using the following WinBOM.ini file: C:\sysprep\WINBOM.INI ERROR: Factory state "Preparing for automatic logon" failed. For more information about HP System Recovery, refer to Performing an HP System Recovery in Windows XP.
sach2, where are you? :cry tgell, Aug 16, 2011 #18 frankzro Corporal Try out this Hiren Boot CD, it may help you out a bit. http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;119467 for preparing a boot disk for FAT32 or NTFS partitioned drives. If booting into safe mode, this same message appears after the screen with "Safe Mode" showing in all 4 corners appears. navigate to this website I can not thank you enough.
To start the recovery process, turn on the PC and press F10 repeatedly when the first screens appear. This site is truly a great community and I plan on spendng lots of time here imroving my knowledge. This file is created from setres.exe and involves the setting of a resolution for your monitor. The Recovery Console is not listed in the OS choice screen.
I do as you did and just change the geometry to make it happy. I'll finish setting it up tomorrow, hopefully avoiding any more major issues. I have not tried the new version though http://www.hirensbootcd.org/download/ frankzro, Aug 16, 2011 #19 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page I've been having the same issues with sysprep and Windows XP Home SP2.
A prompt will appear to press r to enter the Recovery Console...PLEASE DO NOT DO THIS, as another option will come up to allow the option to 'Repair' the installation, and Click Replace All. WMP 11 Indeed. Just to add to your woes, I'm afraid you will not be able to make use of those 'recovery discs' to perform this task.