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Keep it simple stupid. 10-13-2010, 10:32 AM #16 TheOutcaste Microsoft MVP Join Date: Mar 2009 Location: Portland, OR Posts: 3,339 OS: MS-Dos 6.22 - Win7 Getting the As a Gold Certified Independent Software Vendor (ISV), Solvusoft is able to provide the highest level of customer satisfaction through delivering top-level software and service solutions, which have been subject to Jun 26, 2005 #12 cranbo TS Rookie thanks this thread saved my bacon. These sites distribute SYS files that are unapproved by the official pci.sys file developer, and can often be bundled with virus-infected or other malicious files. http://pdctoday.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-install-stop-error-7e.php

mule Nov 21, 2004 #7 mule91 TS Rookie put the hard drive in a different computer, installed XP and then swapped back into DFI setup. If you need to use safe mode to remove or disable components, restart your computer, press F8 to select advanced startup options, and then select safe mode. Click Add or Remove Programs. Click on the Applications, SDK/DDK-associated entry. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/pci-sys-windows-xp-pro-will-not-install.16553/

I'm wondering if that could be the problem with the XP disk. Applications, SDK/DDK) you want to back up. Once I find out the culprit I will post it here. 10-13-2010, 09:47 AM #15 patmark TSF Team Emeritus Microsoft Visiting Expert Join Date: Jul 2010 Location: Then - I tried something else.

  • I had always used a floppy to boot up with then used fdisk to create my partitions, but that was many years ago.
  • Any thoughts that this may help? 10-12-2010, 01:57 PM #6 patmark TSF Team Emeritus Microsoft Visiting Expert Join Date: Jul 2010 Location: Port Saint Lucie Florida Posts:
  • Because of the importance of Pci.sys in the functionality of Applications, SDK/DDK and other Windows functions, any corruption or damage to this file can create critical system errors in the form
  • Reply With Quote August 31st, 2004,04:20 PM #2 hughesga View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Aug 2004 Location Tennessee, USA Posts 5 using an xp pro sp1 disk
  • Click Programs and Features.
  • Notifications of replies didn't even occur to me.
  • You haven't told use what this 'Recovery CD" is.If it's an XP Re-installation CD or similar that came with a brand name computer, then the files on it are identical to
  • Whatever the setting is, when the files intially loaded from the XP CD cannot find SATA drives, it's presently set to SATA or AHCI in the bios, it's changeable, and at
  • Jun 25, 2005 #10 RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 6,503 Create a new CD with XP/SP2 slipstreamed into it: http://www.theeldergeek.com/slipstreamed_xpsp2_cd.htm Jun 26, 2005 #11 donnchadh TS Rookie Thanks Worked a treat
  • Report • #3 Johnw November 10, 2011 at 16:51:56 "Is there a way around this?"Maybe Safe mode.

Step 1: Update Your PC Device Drivers It's highly likely that your Pci.sys blue screen errors are related to corrupt or outdated device drivers. Click on the Applications, SDK/DDK-associated entry. and save some time with installs as well Reply With Quote October 9th, 2004,02:28 PM #6 NooNoo View Profile View Forum Posts Driver Terrier Join Date Dec 2000 Location UK Posts As you suggested, I used my Linux disk to back up the recent documents that had been changed since the last backup to an external drive.

Thanks again one and all Apr 2, 2006 #17 colchar TS Rookie Thank you *bows* Thank you so much, i was trying for 2 days with this same error before The issue stayed with the board and did not follow the drive. 10-13-2010, 12:00 PM #18 patmark TSF Team Emeritus Microsoft Visiting Expert Join Date: Jul 2010 If your drive letter is different, then all mentions of C: must be changed to that drive letter. More about the author or possibly C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386There is no pci.sy_ on my entire C drive either.

Then, upgrade the version to SP2. In fact, nearly 10% of application crashes in Windows are due to memory corruption. Are there any ideas on how to proceed installing XP x64? Contact support Give Feedback Did you find this information useful?

How to run System File Checker (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10): Click the Start button. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-hardware/stop-0x0000007e-0xc0000005-0xf748e0bf-0xf78da208/08bac46d-55b5-472b-8bad-c0dc227359a8 Reinstalling Windows will erase everything from your hard drive, allowing you to start again with a fresh system. 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, Step 9: Test Your Memory (RAM) for Corruption Sometimes hardware-related pci.sys blue screen errors can be due to memory (RAM) corruption.

Sign up for a new account or log in here: Forgot your password? his comment is here thanks for the link. If you resolve this problem on your own or with the info I provided please let me know so I can move on to other issues. Nov 3, 2004 #2 mule91 TS Rookie same problem Did you ever manage to solve this as I have the same problem with the same motherboard.

If so, have you tried running it with the minimum hardware? (ie, just the m/board, processor, ram, HDD, and graphics). Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases I will monitor this thread throughout the day. http://pdctoday.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-install-stop-error-7b.php This step is your final option in trying to resolve your pci.sys issue.

These troubleshooting steps get progressively more difficult and time consuming, so we strongly recommend attempting them in ascending order to avoid unnecessary time and effort. Keep it simple stupid. 10-13-2010, 12:59 PM #19 TheOutcaste Microsoft MVP Join Date: Mar 2009 Location: Portland, OR Posts: 3,339 OS: MS-Dos 6.22 - Win7 Quote: Originally If you haven’t added any new memory, the next step is to perform a diagnostic test on your computer’s existing memory.

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If this is the case, you will need to replace the bad memory to resolve your pci.sys BSODs. If you see this post please mark it solved using the thread tools option located at the top of this thread and selecting solved from the drop down menu. Here's what I use for a fresh install, it really makes things alot easier. navigate here On rereading it's perfectly clear Glad you figured it out, and thanks for posting the solution __________________ Microsoft MVP - Windows Expert - Consumer Of course I know all the answers;

When you type this at the C:\ Windows prompt, or C:\ anything, you should see you DO have a \drivers folder.cd \windows\system32\driversYou should be able to access anything in the \windows Search for: Keyfinder and see the "hit" on the Jellybean.......