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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Download the drive test for the hard drive. Put the drive in your other computer and run the test. If it test good on simple test do the long test. IF IT COMES OUT FINE, Run the Zero program and then try to install the O.S. Check your BIOS settings and make sure everything is set right. You are on the right track. You just did not know how to test the drive. If it is a Toshiba you will not find a hard drive test. You might be able to use the Maxtor or Seagate drive test. Use the windows version if you can. If you can't do any of the test, right click on the drive and check for errors.
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Posted on May 29, 2008
SOURCE: 1801 Microcode Patch Error
I bought a Compaq Computer, 2.0Ghz, 256MB, 20GB for my College project. When i put the power on, it restarts almost immediately (so many times repeatedly). Then after such reboots, it successfully brings a message "1801 - Microcode Patch Error" and a F1-Boot directive.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
SOURCE: restoring dimension 9150
It sounds as if your restore partition has become corrupted. You vcan Contact Dell and order a restore disk
As far as trying to Install from Install CD goes. Well Win XP does NOT recognize SATA drives natively. You have to install the sata drivers to get them to appear. You can download them from the link below.
If you have a floppy drive, this is easy just copy to a floppy. Then during the install WinXP says something to the effect of "Press F6 to install 3rd party or RAID drivers" hit <F6> and direct it to the drivers on the floppy.
You should now be able to complete your WinXP install.
If you don't have a floppy drive post back here and we'll try to see if we can get the drivers in there another way.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
SOURCE: Blue Screen c000021a
boot system into safe mode. locate the icon for my computer. right click and go to properties. locate the computer name tab and select it. find the radio button for "change" and click it. rename the computer to something considerably shorter then what you have. the system cannot boot and complete the logon process if the computer name is longer than 200 "bytes"
Posted on May 27, 2009
SOURCE: Error code 0F00:137B
GO TO BIOS SET UP VERIFY WHEATHER HARD DISK IS DETECTED OR NOT IF NOT CHANGE ID CABLE OR PLUG TO ANOTHER ID PORT ONCE GOT DETECTED TRY TO BOOT IF NOT BOOT IN SAFE MODE
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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