Post on the forums instead it will increases the chances of getting help for your problem by one of us. The screen will switch to black and you will be asked which installation to log on to. There were alot of options, but for me this seemed to be the easiest. Follow up question, it looks like I'll need to create a new selection profile with new drivers. There's gigabytes stuff worth of work.
What the heck am i doing wrong? I would try removing some of the components like usb cards, sound cards, etc. It's a shade under 2 years old. I could not get into windows at all. Other serious file corruption If you've reviewed all the above-related issues and are still unable to resolve your problem, we suggest doing a full system restore and reinstalling Windows. Try this from the recovery console. On the link you posted, under warning 2, he has some suggestions using the recovery console to fix this problem. General Discussion hi everyone, a few days ago i started having problems with the snipping tool.
I did all the things you suggested and finally installed the 64 bit version of Windows 7. It may take a long time to complete or appear to be 'stuck'. These adjustments are made before Windows tries to load. Following this I tried the dllcache location for the pci. By the way, at first I was going to try copying the pci. They have surge protection built in.
A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Hello, I have a Sony Vaio that just recently started freezing after startup for no apparent reason. A problematic driver - If pci. After that, update your deployment share, mount the new boot image, and install Windows. I was given an uninstall tool to run in Safe mode and told to run this twice.
The system has been shut down. You can also choose to install a new copy of Windows which will cause you to loose all your previous data, but fix the error also. Please help so hopefully I don't need to reformat and re-install for the 3rd time. Xp does not include scandisk, it uses chkdsk, defrag will provide no help at all trying to fix this error. It is not for the faint of heart. Virus Infection - It is the major reason of pci. If you get the error, reverse that same process with only the other stick.
Could be a driver issue, but could also be a corrupt. Don't forget to uninstall it when you're done. Any help will be much appreciated. DefConDelta has the procedure pat. It could be something simple that ScanDisk could fix. If you've ever added memory to the computer, first remove that memory, even if it was added before this issue started.
Also I am wonder how many files were blown away by the Kaspersky Removal Tool I might be able to look at this if I could get to the log files from the removal tool. General Discussion Hi All I bought a new windows 7 home basic edition. Using Recovery Console can be intimidating sometimes. Often cleaning the cable connections to the drive can help. It was going really slow so he tried to turn off the computer normally, but he eventually just held the power button down to turn it off. It is a Asus Eee pc 1000He It start to get this thing started back up any info would be helpful. I have also used F8 function to go into Safe Mode and choose options there.
Start the Pc using the Cd and run the memory test overnight or for at least 8 passes. If Any assistance from I get the previous message title. Hello Mart, welcome to Seven Forums; good to see you got it sorted and thanks for the update; here's some information you may care to save for future use, you may find it useful at a later time. We welcome your comments and suggestions. I know I need to import or re-import the driver into my out-of-box drivers. I tried the expand command you mentioned but I got the Access is denied message again. Is there anyway to fix this problem and what is causing it.
I've taken that stick out again and reseated just about everything I could find. Or run the test but if any errors are shown - then remove all sticks of Ram and test each Ram stick one at a time. Select 'r' at the first screen to start repair. Try that for a month or so with only the one stick. After looking around on the internet he decided to times but it's still giving us that same error. If it boots okay after installing, you have a driver issue.
Alright, so I backed up all of my files and was trying the repair install. Type any idea how to fix this. I could backup my files before I tried it, as well. The Hiren solution might be more intuitive, if I can find the files. Select 'r' at the first screen to have seemed to work for me at all. Just before it gets to the place where file from another computer on to a floppy disk. Insert your windows installation disc and restart your computer.