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http://www.computerhope.com/jargon/p/pci.htm blues_harp28, Jun 12, 2014 #6 Gunmonkeys Thread Starter Joined: Apr 21, 2011 Messages: 63 Try expand D:\i386\dllcache\pci.sy_ c:\Windows\System32\drivers /y If that does not work, try it without the _ I will post back - but don't look for it for about a month Regards, Doug + Reply to Thread « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. is there anything special i need to do to start computer from this CD or access the programs within it (remember i have limited capabilities when the computer is turned on)

Join our site today to ask your question. Put the drive letter in the box and click on install. Then burn the ISO to a Cd. Report • #12 Tubesandwires November 13, 2011 at 09:20:38 We're glad to hear you found a solution !.....Did you test the original hard drive with hard drive manufacturer's diagnostics ?If no,

Gunmonkeys, Jun 9, 2014 #1 Sponsor blues_harp28 Trusted Advisor Joined: Jan 9, 2005 Messages: 17,959 Try this from the recovery console. I click any of the above 5 options and it just restarts my computer and brings me right back to the same page. Click on the Install icon on your desktop - it will then have a box appear asking you to name the USB drive letter. To quit Setup without installing Windows XP, press F3. ---------------------------------------------------------- DO NOT at this point select R....

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  • After looking around some more he found out you could copy this file using: copy c:\windows\ServicePackFiles\i386\pci.sys c:\windows\system32\drivers (or) copy c:\windows\system32\dllcache\pci.sys c:\windows\system32\drivers But when we tried these we got the message "Access
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Windows does not have the built in support for USB 2.0 controllers and devices , or recognizing hard drives larger than 137 gb hard drive manufacturer's size as their full size, Try expand D:\i386\dllcache\pci.sy_ c:\Windows\System32\drivers ====== chkdisk r Should be chkdsk /r blues_harp28, Jun 10, 2014 #2 Gunmonkeys Thread Starter Joined: Apr 21, 2011 Messages: 63 Try this from the recovery Type exit and reboot. *NOTE: c:\winnt should be replaced with the location of your Windows installation. Select the installation you wish to access. 3.

Oberjeen Resolved HJT Threads 7 03-19-2011 04:48 PM Windows 7 BSOD - Memory management Been getting BSOD. Chris 03-11-04,12:30 PM #8 Money Pitt Member Join Date Apr 2001 State NJ Posts 257 WorldBuilder, You are correct the MoneyPitt movie was a riot, now I am living it! Let me know if you think that would work and if it's not too risky to try. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/computer-not-loading-windows-error-message-system32-drivers-pci-sys-555593.html After looking around on the internet he decided to try the recovery console using the XP installation disk.

Boot with the XP CD, get to the Recovery Console here type these commands: cd\ cd\i386 expand pci.sy_ C:\pci.sys C: cd\ copy pci.sys C:\windows\system32\drivers If If you have a brand name system, similar applies, but we usually cannot find what you see in a brand name system bios version regarding that to refer you to on Is it because I am using a winxp professional service pack 1 from yrs ago? Click here to join today!

When I boot using the XP CD and load the Recovery Console, I have to re-set that third party program's configuration afterwards to restore the multi-boot feature, so I would rather https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/117495/replace-pcisys-file-without-windows-cd/ I assume that this means that I can't access any folders above the root level. Sep 16, 2011 #7 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244 +235 Invest in a good UPS from APC. Seagate's SeaTools will test (almost) any brand of hard drive.http://www.seagate.com/ww/v/index.j...Do the long test.The Dos bootable versions of SeaTools can test the hard drive when Windows will not load properly, or even

It will troll the i386 folder to try and repair any damaged or lost files in your Windows installation. Gunmonkeys, Jun 11, 2014 #3 blues_harp28 Trusted Advisor Joined: Jan 9, 2005 Messages: 17,959 You are using the correct drive letter for your Cd Rom? To run chkdsk you need to do the following: Start >> Run >> cmd.exe >> Press [Enter] OR Start >> All Programs >> Accessories >> Command Prompt When the command prompt Try that first, though.

If anyone knows how to fix this please let me know. Is it possible to load Windows XP on the hard drive from my desktop that I have downloaded direct to the hardrive? Thanks again, Doug 03-11-04,11:40 AM #6 tae Member Join Date Nov 2002 Posts 2,469 From Microsoft: Shut down your computer, and then remove all the Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) devices. Is there any way around this, or another approach altogether.

Once that is done Type Exit. NOTE that sometimes that screen where you give your permission is BEHIND one or more other windows on the screen - minimize other windows if you don't see that. I do not think that the above is correct.

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The ONLY place pci.sys is, is in C:\Windows\System32\drivers. I removed all of the cards and both of the RAM modules, one at a time, but I always got the same message about System32\DRIVERS\pci.sys being missing or corrupt. When I got to the part where you go to the current selection of windows, however, none of the partitions had the option to press r to repair (I also didn't And removing them one at a time as suggested and then restarting your pc, may isolate the damaged, faulty hardware.

However I've noticed that the memory I got back has been going down at the same rate as before (see link to thread below). I tried both of those, but to both I got the message: Access is denied. computer not loading windows: Error message: system32\drivers\pci.sys This is a discussion on computer not loading windows: Error message: system32\drivers\pci.sys within the Windows XP Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum Rule And/Or Policy Violation Join Date Mar 2004 Posts 1,471 Originally posted by tae Since it's a continuing problem, my guess would be bad memory.

This only applies to older versions of Windows like XP and 2000. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Just have to idea what.... I note that there's a "drivers cache" folder in Windows.

Guess the power surged or went out for a minute.