Did Not Load Driver Acpi Uniprocessor Pc
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Clean so far... –Mr_Chimp Jun 15 '10 at 9:58 I've enabled boot logging. Mar 23, 2003 #21 j4m32 TS Rookie Posts: 49 F8 on boot too XP hi, im assuming you cant get into windows here: press f8 on boot and goto "last known Do you have your motherboard drivers installed? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
Mar 22, 2003 #12 Nodsu TS Rookie Posts: 5,837 +6 Enabling boot logging doesn't mean it will be displayed on your screen. All my drivers went in fine and I ran Windows update. Add " /bootlog /sos" to the end. /bootlog makes windows to write down every action taken during bootup and /sos disables the logo screen so you can see what's really going
As long as there is not an option to delete/replace your Windows directory, then it will repair your XP installation.. Posted by mombodog on 28 Mar 2008 21:56 acpi.sys is related to the multiprocessor PC name. It is in the i386 folder of the XP CD, but it is compressed, and is Task Manager didn't show any untoward activity, often as much as 95% idle. I have even tried a delete of the log file, boot log enabled, and a BartPE disk to access the log file and its blank.
Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/windows-boot-problem-stuck-on-boot-screen-help-plz.4695/ satrow, May 28, 2011 #4 doc Holliday Private First Class Apparently, there may be a boot log (at least in functioning systems) that will show the boot sequence for the particular poor tech-support by me here, i am one of those people that it only works when it's in my hands :S which don't help at all in this case... Has there been an update or a change to the security suite? –Pulse Jun 15 '10 at 10:08 1 Well I booted into Safe Mode, uninstalled CA security suite and
Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? http://forumfamiljar.com/did-not/did-not-load-driver-acpi-x64-based-pc.php I think its rebooting itself too fast. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. I am beginning to loose hope and am going to be forced to spend a couple of my weekends reinstalling and, worse, configuring, everything on this box.
- Man, if I could just find out what is being loaded when the boot loop occured, it feels like I would be able to fix this.Thanks!
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- HTH -pk Patrick Keenan, Aug 22, 2006 #2 Advertisements Guest Guest The majority of these entries are affected by your motherboard drivers.
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Jim, Jun 24, 2006 #25 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Topic Status: Not open Advertisements Latest Threads Calculating WOS Moesy23 posted Jun 22, 2017 at 1:14 AM vba ydj posted Jun 21, 2017 at 5:49 PM AMD EPYC Ian posted Jun 21, 2017 at 11:30 Maxvimana 1 answer Last reply Oct 21, 2010 More about booting aford10Oct 21, 2010, 4:57 AM Try changing your ACPI setting in the BIOS. check over here Very frustrating, so I hope I can save someone else this aggravation.
Perhaps installed new drivers or new software? I know DFI boards can be picky about resets..)- Do you have the latest BIOS for your mobo? (Even if you do, I'd recommend re-flashing it as a last resort)Also, as In safe mode, if I change the Computer type from ACPI Multiprocessor PC to ACPI uniprocessor PC then it boots fine.
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Can anyone shed some light? Control Panel > System > Advanced > Startup & Recovery > Settings Here you can use a GUI interface or manually edit the file. What are the proper filenames for these drivers? Also, if you want to edit boot.ini, you have to remove the read only attribute from the file.
Mar 21, 2003 #9 Nic TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,549 It seems that there is a problem when trying to load a driver or run some piece of software during startup. Stay logged in MajorGeeks.Com Support Forums Home Forums > ----------= PC, Desktop and Laptop Support =------ > Software > MajorGeeks.Com Menu MajorGeeks.Com \ All In One Tweaks \ Android \ Anti-Malware Windows Update tended to make this impossible unless you nicked the driver out of the temp and stuck it in manually.Point being perhapps the machine (via the HAL) is trying to this content However, the OS only sees and uses 1 core.
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I had it stripped down to just video card (Nvidia 6600), motherboard (nforce 4 ultra) and MS drivers. There is a date and time before every section in bootlog that says the windows version (e.g. "service pack 1"), date and time when the log was created. Any idea how I could discover what driver it is?