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error when reinstalling XP Pro

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by traumajohn, Jun 14, 2010.

  1. traumajohn

    traumajohn Flightless Bird

    thHi,
    I have a Dell Latitude D620. That was having some issues with ethernet and
    wireless connections. Nothing really found as fas as malware or viruses,
    without updates of course. I tried to do a windows repair from the XP CD and
    right when it shows starting windows to choose repair or install windows I
    get a blue screen with the error... PCI.SYS-address F76130BF base at
    F76000000 Date stamp 3B7D855C. I tried a few times and even set the BIOS to
    minimal. Then I pulled the hard drive out and connected to another laptop
    using a usb cradle, formated the drive and put it back in the laptop and
    tried installation. It failed with the same BSOD error.
     
  2. Paul

    Paul Flightless Bird

    traumajohn wrote:
    > thHi,
    > I have a Dell Latitude D620. That was having some issues with ethernet and
    > wireless connections. Nothing really found as fas as malware or viruses,
    > without updates of course. I tried to do a windows repair from the XP CD and
    > right when it shows starting windows to choose repair or install windows I
    > get a blue screen with the error... PCI.SYS-address F76130BF base at
    > F76000000 Date stamp 3B7D855C. I tried a few times and even set the BIOS to
    > minimal. Then I pulled the hard drive out and connected to another laptop
    > using a usb cradle, formated the drive and put it back in the laptop and
    > tried installation. It failed with the same BSOD error.


    A thread here, claims a WinXP SP2 slipstreamed disk, may be enough to make
    it work. Something to do with the level of PCI Express support in
    previous releases. I don't know if I believe that or not, but it's
    a theory.

    http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic16553.html

    If you have a release before that (Gold, SP1, SP1a), you can use NLite
    to make a slipstream disk. You'll need to download the service pack, which
    is available stand alone. Then burn a new CD, using the output of NLite.
    There are free burner applications that can handle an ISO9660, if you
    don't already have a copy of Nero (Imgburn, CDBurnerXP, check Wikipedia).

    http://www.nliteos.com/guide/part1.html

    "Windows XP Service Pack 2 Network Installation Package for IT Professionals and Developers"

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...be-3b8e-4f30-8245-9e368d3cdb5a&DisplayLang=en

    You might also want to consider, what service pack level the original install
    was patched to, as evidence of what revision works or not. It probably
    wouldn't help matters, to be doing a Repair Install, with an even older
    CD.

    Paul
     

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