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Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. I think its rebooting itself too fast. Or can I edit them in such a way as to get them to load or not load properly? I have fixed this before by uninstalling the IDE drivers from Device Manager. http://forumfamiljar.com/did-not/did-not-load-driver-acpi-uniprocessor-pc.php

Learn More. Sep 13, 2006 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. Jun 24, 2006 #24 j4m32 TS Rookie Posts: 49 Well is it a particular piece of software you install that does this or any? I just want to make sure you understand that it will NOT repair XP if it gives you the option to repair or replace the Windows directory.. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/windows-xp-boot-up-stops-with-did-not-load-driver/ba30f973-ff2f-40c2-be5b-a243e8d716f8

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 I thought it was a motherboard driver enabling the cool and quiet feature. DELL.COM > Community > Support Forums > Software & Operating Systems > Microsoft OS Forum > Did not load driver ACPI Multiprocessor PC Join Sign in Did not load driver ACPI

  1. 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!
  2. The log is saved to \Windows\ntbtlog.txt Mar 22, 2003 #13 kakaroto TS Rookie Topic Starter ok guys i did the boot log and event viewer and here are the results
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Mar 21, 2003 #6 Nodsu TS Rookie Posts: 5,837 +6 Boot.ini is a hidden system file in c: root directory. Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Go To Topic Listing Windows 2000/2003/NT4 Recently Browsing 0 members No registered users viewing this page. On the other machine, the proessor upgrade caused a boot loop. You can use it to see the difference between safe mode and normal mode. (In that case you'll have to use the uniprocessor kernel).

It stays forever on the pentium 4 logo (first screen after power up, then finally tries to boot but stops after loading AGP440.sys. hr = 0x80040206. The only difference is that one had an AMD64 3500+ and the other had a 3200+. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/3524/t/18944432 Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy Login _

DELL.COM > Community > Support Forums > Software & Operating Systems > Microsoft OS Forum > Did not load driver ACPI Multiprocessor PC Shop > Home & Home Office > Small You might try looking in Administrative Tools > Event Viewer to see if any warnings appear that might give you a clue. That means a computer can be backed up while files are open and applications running. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Log in or Sign up MajorGeeks.Com Support Forums Home Forums > ----------= PC, Desktop and Laptop Support =------ > Software > This

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/103554-acpi-uniprocessor-to-acpi-multiprocessor-causes-boot-loop/ Posted 20 June 2005 - 04:04 PM http://msdn.microsof...9d4841f.xml.aspTTFN. 0 Spybot S & D Free Programs Lots of fixes Fix XP The more you know, the more you know how little you PC Games \ System Tools \ Macintosh \ Demonews.Com \ Top Downloads MajorGeeks.Com \ News (Tech) \ Off Base (Other Websites News) \ Way Off Base (Offbeat Stories and Pics) Social: However, the OS only sees and uses 1 core.

specially anti-virus also use msconfig to find out what's in the "startup". http://forumfamiljar.com/did-not/did-not-load-driver-acpi-x64-based-pc.php Already have an account? MPS might be worth a look, IF you have options for it...- If you do, and it's set to MPS 1.4, try with 1.1 - I believe it relates to ACPI Or what driver could not be compatible?

solved Error Triple Booting Win 7 32bit & 64bit & Win XP solved Dual-booting on old XP machine Dual booting xp with windows 10 solved HELP Dual booting Win8.1 & XP, what's all the software you're running on your machine? you all have been a great help... check over here I have several acronis images I can restore from so I am willing to try anything at all.

No, create an account now. Mar 20, 2003 #4 kakaroto TS Rookie Topic Starter wow thx I will give that a try... but if happens again I won't know what the problem is...

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I tried using the windows repair thing but it just brings me to a command prompt screen ? See directions here5) You can use DriverView to compare both systems. Tracing failure during XP boot up Discussion in 'Software' started by doc Holliday, May 28, 2011. When this solves your problem, you can need a BIOS upgrade, but it's also possible the your ACPI kernel/hal is damaged, or that the boot sequence is changed in a way

In safe mode, if I change the Computer type from ACPI Multiprocessor PC to ACPI uniprocessor PC then it boots fine. I to have had similar problems before, but the cause can vary. Thanks! this content Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content The Elder Geek on Windows Forums Members Calendar

Perhaps installed new drivers or new software? Also if I go to Event viewer in Safe Mode would I be able to see the warnings that would happen in a normal mode boot? Try going to ... I hope you can read fast enough. (Handycam?)That sounds promising and I do have a camcorder .

Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. If you right-click and select properties of any error event you'll get to view the error information. 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. Thanks for your response.

However, it will appear to be installing Windows XP over again.. If you boot into safe mode, edit your boot.ini file (carefully! Don't be afraid.. Mar 21, 2003 #10 kakaroto TS Rookie Topic Starter Alright I got the boot.ini edited but it doesn't seem to tell me anything, because I just see boot log enabled and

But for the log I think that's the log for my safe mode boot cuz in safe mode you can see the stuff that it loads.. Hope this works for you, keep us posted. Thanx doc Holliday, May 29, 2011 #5 satrow Major Geek Extraordinaire Boot logging has to be enabled for each boot up you want to log (as far as I can 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

I would appreciate any help or ideas. In this case, I never did get the hanging-after-Mup.sys / ACPI issue straightened out - hopefully, someday I'll know how to fix that kink. A full list of boot.ini options is listed here2) You can try the /ONECPU switch to find out if the 2 processors are the problem, or the Multiproc kernel.3) You can And I STILL had about a minute where my start up just hung.

do you think this might be the problem?