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INACCESIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE


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jeffery

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I get this error ***Stop 0x0090000713 (0x818082D0 8xC0000032, 0x00000000,0x00000000)
INACCESIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE
Then tells me to restart and check for viruses.(rest is just blablah).. But of course I cannot get on to check to viruses:help:
I assume it was a Microsoft SideWinder Pro Disk that caused it. It was compatible with w98 so Installed it anyway...

Jeffery :whistling:

Edited by jeffery, 19 October 2006 - 01:47 PM.

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What is your current Operating System? Is that the last thing you installed before you got the blue screen?
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I have a windows 2000(upgraded from windows ME)
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hi

power up, start hitting F8 to get to safe mode.
uninstall the sidewinder software.
then restart to normal mode.

If that loads up without error, have a good look in that sidewinder CDROM, and look for w2K drivers.
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It doesn't let me boot to safe mode...:whistling:
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Hi

it looks like you have to repair windows.
when you boot to the windows 2000 CDrom, do not immediately select R for repair
let it go on, and after you had to hit F8 to accept licence, you will again get a windows/file repair option.

use it.

You should have your Millenium CDROM nearby, to show it to setup at one stage, but maybe it will not ask for it in repair mode.

Good luck.
I hope it is not a hard drive issue.
(the stop error sounds like a mass storage error, tho.)
you could need a F6 Floppy.
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I used a windows 2000 boot disk x4(floppies)found on a site hopefully it works...
used it and now waiting 10-20mins to see if it works. I had gotten throught the part i couldn't before and now i amwatong so it is dskchking..'

jeffery

alright you can close or however do do it thanks

Edited by jeffery, 19 October 2006 - 02:46 PM.

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Hi

I see you edited that post, and would just like to know wether it runs again.
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considering that i'm on that computer(now) I think it worked :whistling:
Thanks for the help:)
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Thanks,

I'll try to remember upgrade don't boot by itself.
The CDROM itself should have a folder which has the creation tool for the floppies, tho.
Even the OEM versions have that, and they CAN boot.
Anyway, you figured out the floppy stuff, and it runs.

The sidewinder works too?
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