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BLUE SCREEN, (Solved)


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Checked. Onboard devices/usb controller .... It's on.
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It already was on or you had to enable it?
Did you check for the legacy enabled also?
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Was already on. I don't see anything that reads legacy enable
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Hmm strange let me seek more support again.
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K. Ty.
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One thing the other Techs have said is that the USB driver is included in the ARCD I lonked you to.
Are you sure the system is booting to the cdrom and not to the the system?
Have you checked the boot sequence in the bios and made sure it set to boot to the cdrom first?
Not the boot window on bootup but the actual bios boot sequence.
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No actually I did not change that in bios .... going to try it now.
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ok in bios now .. in the boot sequence .. do I change it from the onboard SATA hard drive to the onboard or USB CD-ROM drive??

Those are my only two choices the other three say not present

Edited by Lexy610, 28 February 2014 - 06:47 PM.

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Borrow a PS2 style keyboard from a friend or go to a thrift store and buy one. They are cheap. I sell them for $2 at my church thrift store.
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My tower does not have anywhere to plug in a ps 2 kb & mouse ..... told this to the last tech when he asked if I did :(

Edited by Lexy610, 28 February 2014 - 07:15 PM.

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You want the boot sequence to be
cdrom
hd


Remember after to change it to click F10 to save the settings. Then boot with the ARCD in and it should either ask you to push a button to boot to the cdrom or it should boot directly to the cdrom.
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ok going to try it ...
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Yay Im in .. got the blue screen that says windows setup ..... bottom says setup is loading files where do i go from there once it finishes loading?

Edited by Lexy610, 28 February 2014 - 07:24 PM.

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Follow the instructions I posted on how to restore using the RC starting with step 3 in post 93 :thumbsup:
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Im getting this .....

file usbehci.sys caused an unexpected error (47872) at line 5964 in d:\xpsprtm\base\boot\setup.c.

press any key to continue ..... not t sound dumb but worried to make a huge mistake a destroy my computer lol. do I just press any key??
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