And the top it says Walltime 5:40:53 (stoped increasing), Pass: 6, Errors: 168, ECC: Off, ECC Errs: 0 So obviously this sounds like I have bad ram, whats the next step? reinstalled o.s. I do not have an IDE dvd-drive so I can't set my BIOS to IDE. There was suddenly a whole slew of issues that popped up like this. his comment is here
Windows could freeze, stop, or reboot during the startup process because of damage to a driver, important file, or part of the registry. I just plugged it in and tried to run the Vista DVD installer and I'm getting the same freeze! Please someone give me an idea. Time to wipe the HDD...AGAIN Running Vista with: 1gb Dual Channel DDR2 533mhz (i know its slow as balls) AMD2+ Phenom 9600 (Quad 2.3) EVGA 730a mobo (running the onboard graphics)
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The hard drive in the Vista operating system is partitioned. And the top it says Walltime 5:40:53 (stoped increasing), Pass: 6, Errors: 168, ECC: Off, ECC Errs: 0 So obviously this sounds like I have bad ram, whats the next step? Edited 5 Years Ago by flagstar: n/a 0 mjdodd 27 5 Years Ago This may be well off beam but I have had a problem of installation of a different sort Windows 7 Install Freezes After Loading Files tomorrow I was going to take my HDD to my brothers and (try to) install with his PC and then bring my HDD back, boot in safe mode, install my drivers,
my solution had to be to take the HD and exchange it for a different make that could be fully formatted from a 'virgin' clean disk. Windows 7 Install Stuck At Setup Is Starting I change my BIOS options to boot from the optical drive, and begin my installation from there. Running Vista Home Premium 64 bit. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-windows_install/windows-vista-cant-install-freeze-or-lockups/a67181f6-3a3b-4e75-8be6-a0e25834601b BSOD during Vista 64-bit install Vista crashes during install, need help Vista crashes during install, need help System crashes during Vista install...
I'm not exactly sure how to decipher what it says, but it seems like after running it all night on Test 5, it says 3 errors and its been stuck on Windows 7 Install Hangs At Language Selection Not to really use long term or anything since my main goal is to reinstall Vista on my system. Oturum aç Çeviri Yazısı İstatistikler 178.164 görüntüleme 504 Bu videoyu beğendiniz mi? must be an update issue.
Sometimes if it sits for long enough it will unlock but only once. http://www.pronetworks.org/forums/vista-install-freezes-everytime-resolved-t88497.html You can also simply try to install Vista again with only one stick in there and if it fails try with the other stick. Windows 7 Install Stuck At Starting Windows I'm not exactly sure how to decipher what it says, but it seems like after running it all night on Test 5, it says 3 errors and its been stuck on Computer Freezes At Starting Windows Screen Since most lock-up issues caused by updates by Microsoft are actually software conflicts, a clean install of Windows, followed promptly by the installation of all available updates, usually results in a
i deal with pc's that run xp so im stumped. this content I would also contact Corsair and see if your RAM is still under warranty, it might well be covered.http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Products_Overview.aspx?ProductID=2543ram list is on this page above at gbyte rufio1066Jan 28, 2009, 6:38 See How To Fix a Blue Screen of Death instead of this guide.Important: If your PC is in fact booting to the Windows login screen, you see any kind of error In my case it messed up with ubuntu and then windows because the HD is not a virgin disk. Windows 7 Install Freezes Completing Installation
Thanks, and I look forward to the help :-) Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 01-26-2009, 07:54 AM #2 rusty12 Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2009 Posts: Helpful +0 Report xurde Jun 3, 2009 at 06:22 PM Hi people, im having the same problem... At this point I don't think I have much left to lose and if it is a virus then doing this should kill it and allow me to install my OS http://softwaresecurityengineering.com/windows-7/fresh-install-of-vista-business-oem-wont-boot-on-new-ssd.html Try installing XP.
It can depend on the model and the actual memory chips they use in each. Windows 7 Fresh Install Stuck At Starting Windows In some situations, the Windows update(s) may be hung at a very particular part of the installation process and you could be presented with your Windows login screen after executing the If nothing happens (most likely) then move on to Step 2. Restart your computer, using either the reset button or by powering it off and then back on using the power button.
Any help or suggestion would be great. was running window xp pro when I first set up my machine. Helpful +0 Report Vistaninja Jun 2, 2009 at 06:59 AM Having the same problem, but only since I updated my system earlier today. Windows 10 Freezes At Starting Windows This option is not available in Windows XP. Start your computer's "automatic" repair process.
was good. a faulty DVD reader. If the memory fails try the other sticks one by one. http://softwaresecurityengineering.com/windows-7/windows-7-freeze.html Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Just a thought on formatting the drive by FpLiOnYkD / February 4, 2007 10:54 PM PST In reply to: hair Most hard drives
Hopefully it works. *crosses fingers* notherdudeJan 28, 2009, 9:17 AM let us know and good luck rufio1066Feb 4, 2009, 11:02 PM I finally received my new RAM today. An electrical short is often the cause of reboot loops and hard freezes while Windows is starting. Reset the Clock on my CPU.All updates etc installed. Up Next Article How To Use System Restore in Windows Up Next Article Access the Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10 or Windows 8 Up Next Article How To Force Windows
After putting the Vista DVD in my DVD Burner and it begins to spin up to speed, when it's done spinning, its now making a sound like it's coming to a I am now using a PS2 keyboard (was using a usb/ps2 adapter before). Should I try formatting this disk within the Windows XP environment before running the installation? Very frustrating.
This year, however, I have Windows 10. If that were the root problem I would be very surprised as it doesn't look bad at all in my opinion. On the first round of test that its running when it reaches 100% complete, it automatically reverts back to about 30% and continues to rapidly increase. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - hmmm by dangrmouse / February 4, 2007 11:01 PM PST In reply to: hair it sounds like you could have a defective windows
You need to remove this directory (Or possibly directories), as well as these files/folders (From the root of your XP partition) \boot (This is a directory) bootmgr bootsect.bak You will need Yipppee, so far so good....online now 15 minutes!!!