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The time now is 08:36 PM. A black box will open with a blinking cursor. Thanks again. Remember me Forgot your Intel username or password? his comment is here

Thanks again one and all Apr 2, 2006 #17 colchar TS Rookie Thank you *bows* Thank you so much, i was trying for 2 days with this same error before Once I find out the culprit I will post it here. 10-13-2010, 10:47 AM #15 patmark TSF Team Emeritus Microsoft Visiting Expert Join Date: Jul 2010 Location: DO NOT hit ENTER yet! Since this issue looks like a PCIe issue which requires installation using a SP2 or later slipstreamed disc.

Without driver files such as pci.sys, you wouldn't be able to do simple tasks such as printing a document. This morning I arrived and had the same problem!!!!! Then try it with the XP disk. Step 9: Test Your Memory (RAM) for Corruption Sometimes hardware-related pci.sys blue screen errors can be due to memory (RAM) corruption.

Are you getting the exact same error message? I went into the BIOS and made numerous changes and the install completed. All opened handles to the volume would then be invalid (assumes /F). /I (NTFS only) - Performs a less rigorous check of index entries. /C (NTFS only) - Skips checking of Windows).Other SYS files are critical system files called "kernel mode device drivers" which are used to power the Windows operating system.

This SYS file carries a popularity rating of 1 stars and a security rating of "UNKNOWN". You can go to this link for easy directions on making an slipstream disk: http://www.msfn.org/articles.php?act...showarticle=49 and you can go to this site to download sp2 http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en "We are all born ignorant, The Slipstreamed version works great. Once it boots select the program for erasing the disk and let it do its stuff.

Reply With Quote November 4th, 2004,05:59 AM #8 techs View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Aug 2000 Location In one of the really, really Blue states. please could you explain your problem? shouldn't have to mess like that, but got there in the end. With updated device drivers, you can finally unlock new hardware features and improve the speed and performance of your PC.

I fail to see the problem. By ringo2143z in forum Windows XP Replies: 25 Last Post: November 2nd, 2004, 01:28 AM XP Install askes for XP CD during install By Gav in forum Windows XP Replies: 1 Memtest86 will now be installed on your USB and you are ready to test for the possible source of pci.sys errors. Please try the request again.

Please Note: Using System Restore will not affect your documents, pictures, or other data. this content Click on the Applications, SDK/DDK-associated entry. Keeping track of when and where your STOP error occurs is a critical piece of information in troubleshooting the problem. This can potentially help you avoid hours of troubleshooting headaches associated with SYS errors.

Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Thanks for putting an end to my pain. Once I wiped the hard drive, I booted up the XP disk, went to the recovery console, did a diskpart to create one larger partition, formated it ntsf, and when I http://cpresourcesllc.com/stop-error/stop-error-101.php DFI's homepage says: If you are using only PCI-Express graphics card, the only choice is to boot from the complete edition of Windows XP SP2.

Solved! Feb 27, 2006 #14 Spike TS Evangelist Posts: 2,168 Welcome to Techspot. Follow the on-screen directions to complete the uninstallation of your pci.sys-associated program.

Has the pretty hologram on it :) 10-12-2010, 02:50 PM #5 Garnoc Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2010 Posts: 119 OS: Windows7 FAIL - turning off the USB

Reading your message was a godsend. 1 Kudo Reply All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Topic Forum Home Introduction Welcome & FAQs Community Spotlight Special Events CES 2016 Special Event Archive This way it will show up on google as solved therefore helping others. However the windows 7 installation is kind of baffeling me as Windows 7 should have everything you need on it. Any thoughts that this may help? 10-12-2010, 02:57 PM #6 patmark TSF Team Emeritus Microsoft Visiting Expert Join Date: Jul 2010 Location: Port Saint Lucie Florida Posts:

What fun. If you intend to install with Windows XP or Windows XP SP1 and then use the upgrade kit of SP2, please disable PCI-Express in BIOS before starting the installation. the exact error is: pci.sys - address f78350bf, base at f782e000, datestamp 3b7d855c. check over here DriverDoc's proprietary One-Click Update™ technology not only ensures that you have correct driver versions for your hardware, but it also creates a backup of your current drivers before making any changes.

Whenever we decom a machine we always killdisk the HDD to keep people from stealing our software. 10-13-2010, 09:04 AM #12 patmark TSF Team Emeritus Microsoft Visiting Expert