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Thread: SiSoft Sandra Pro 2002 ?




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    G'day all, exuse me a bit, I'm not feeling too well at the moment.

    I've started a post or 2 about burning in XP [cough]Pro using lastest ver of [Hic] Nero. It re-boots either during a burn, or later since I have added more RAM, near the end of a burn.

    I think I have followed most reasonable advice with no results so after much reading on the net me thinks I have to do the impossible [for me lol], and that is flash the bios


    Now b4 I attempt that I have just acquired Si-Soft Pro 2002 [ cough] and need a guiding hand in what to look for using it to find anything abnormal. As usual any help would be appreciated blokes! :wave:
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    try this:
    hit the windows key + break or right click on my comp & goto properties...then click on the advanced tab & click on the Settings button under Startup & Recovery...& untick the automatically restart box under System Failure...then write what the BSOD says in here...if it doesn't give u a BSOD & just restarts we'll have to try another approach..
    At the request of wiggo ;)

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    Will do, Since last post have had trouble moving large files from one disc to anotha, sounds like a "familiar" prob has arisen?

    Will post error message when i get one, later perhaps.
    Cheers.
    AMD T-Bred 2600+
    Epox 8RDA3+ M/B
    Thermaltake Volcanoe 7+
    256 PC 2700 DDR @ 333 (CL2.5) X 2
    80 GB Seagate 7200 X 2
    Saphire Raedon 9700 Pro 128 MB
    HP 9100 Internal writer
    19" monitor
    Nortel Cable Modem [100]
    Windows XP-Pro
    Eski full of Cold Stubbies

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    G'day Grim, here's what is said mate.

    IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

    It then advises me to disbale any recently installed software etc etc.
    I also advises me to disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing.

    TECH INFO;

    STOP; 0X0000000A (0X8284DFFO, 0X00000002,
    0X00000001, 0X804F2E91)

    It then dumps the physical memory.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I've tried to load via 4 in 1's using the exe file but upon checking Device manager dosn't seem to have worked

    I've also tried to flash the bios but get a checksum 5824H error.

    I've posted a message at Via trying to find a way to manually install the drivers but got lost in a sea on information and different ways.

    I've posted a message at WIMS on how to correctly flash the bios and set up CMOS b4 I do it but no replies :(

    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
    :?:
    AMD T-Bred 2600+
    Epox 8RDA3+ M/B
    Thermaltake Volcanoe 7+
    256 PC 2700 DDR @ 333 (CL2.5) X 2
    80 GB Seagate 7200 X 2
    Saphire Raedon 9700 Pro 128 MB
    HP 9100 Internal writer
    19" monitor
    Nortel Cable Modem [100]
    Windows XP-Pro
    Eski full of Cold Stubbies

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    This time was got a BSOD just after I copied a 40 mb file from a disc to the H/D.

    STOP; 8X0000008E (0 X C0000005, 0 X BF86EBOC,
    0 X F271B18, 8 X 00000000)

    wink32k.sys. - adressBF86EBOC base at BF800000, datestamp 3b7de698
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Hope this helps.
    AMD T-Bred 2600+
    Epox 8RDA3+ M/B
    Thermaltake Volcanoe 7+
    256 PC 2700 DDR @ 333 (CL2.5) X 2
    80 GB Seagate 7200 X 2
    Saphire Raedon 9700 Pro 128 MB
    HP 9100 Internal writer
    19" monitor
    Nortel Cable Modem [100]
    Windows XP-Pro
    Eski full of Cold Stubbies

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    i thought itd be that damn error, so many ppl have had that prob..:) it related to drivers that XP doesn't like...

    ok try this, i found a possible solution...it was to locate the win32k.sy_ on the XP cd & then use the expand.exe to extract the file...so i did that (after working out the damn CMD to use expand.exe) now try putting the file in the link into windows\system32 if there is currently one there, replace it...then open %systemroot%\repair\setup.log & do a search for win32k.sys...mine is this:
    \WINDOWS\system32\win32k.sys = "win32k.sys","1c1a69", change that last bit in the talking marks to 13e42a

    tell me how this goes :)

    http://jericho.ath.cx/win32k.sys

    its 1.7meg btw :)
    At the request of wiggo ;)

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    the first bit is easy enuff, but you'll have to be a bit more specific in the 2nd stage for me lol.
    when you say open %systemroot%\repair\setup.log do you mean in the registry? (regedit or similar?)
    AMD T-Bred 2600+
    Epox 8RDA3+ M/B
    Thermaltake Volcanoe 7+
    256 PC 2700 DDR @ 333 (CL2.5) X 2
    80 GB Seagate 7200 X 2
    Saphire Raedon 9700 Pro 128 MB
    HP 9100 Internal writer
    19" monitor
    Nortel Cable Modem [100]
    Windows XP-Pro
    Eski full of Cold Stubbies

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    nah, lets say your windows is installed on c:\ goto c:\windows\repair\setup.log


    thats all it is :)
    At the request of wiggo ;)

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    there is a microsoft update for compatibilty problems with some burners and burning software. Might wanna give that a shot :)
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    patience it the most important key in any hobby. Take things one step at a time and make sure you start out on the first step :)

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