After resuming windows from hibernation a blue screen of death appears that says that my bios is not fully ASCI (sp?) compliant and a bunch of other jibberish (is there anyway to actually keep the blue screen of death up for more than 5 seconds so you can actually READ what it is they are trying to tell you?) Anyways, from there it gives me the option to continue with restart (wherein it just goes back to the BSOD) or it asks to "delete resotration data and proceed to boot menu" I havent chosen THAT option yet as I really have no idea what that means, or what it will do.
I should include that I just recently (yesterday) installed a 100mb Fujitsu internal HD through the IBM 2nd HDD bay adaptor. I received this message yesterday, but eventually was able to restart. Today, I have not been so fortunate. I had never seen this particular BSOD before installing the Fujitsu 100gig drive.
Should I just light the computer on fire, throw it out the window and call it a day?
Edited by godwinaustin, 30 December 2005 - 03:59 PM.