Restart your computer. You can search for and download a BIOS update from your computer or motherboard manufacturer's website. Can you try them one at a time and see what happens? When I received the laptop, the HDD was fried. check over here
I'm trying to make an original clean installation | of XP from a new CD. | How do I get around this? Posted: 09-03-2003, 08:32 PM I'm grateful for the swift response -- but it gets me NOWHERE! I've tested my two sticks of DDRAM 512 PC3200 memory (they're fine) and disabled hypethreading for my Pentium 4 2.6 processor (just in case) and EVERY install attempt from my OEM Step 5 - Delete only the Registry entry above.
Next time around, I try booting from the old hard disk (with the broken windows), and instead of crashing as before, I can get to the screen allowing me to choose The two seem to be related]. Restart the installation. Press F6 if you want to specify additional mass storage devices.
Remove iTunes and related components from the Control PanelUse the Control Panel to uninstall iTunes and related software components in the following order and then restart your computer:iTunesQuickTimeApple Software UpdateApple Mobile I look around online, and others said to try repairing with the Windows Setup CD. My BIOS is PhoenixBIOS, which should be compatible. Ntkrnlmp.exe Windows 2008 This time, however, it says that my BIOS is not fully ACPI compliant.
I booted from the windows pro installation disk [from cd rom], no pci cards, using the clean new SATA hard drive [took out the old one hard drive with windows], so Error Code 7 In Xp Installation Helpful +4 Report jojo Aug 6, 2010 05:33PM I had the same problem but the ram was ok. The error code is 7. | Setup cannot continue." | According to the Micrtosoft knowledghe base this is a | problem when upgrading from Windows 98 or ME -- but I'm call (425) 635-3311. -- Nicholas ------------------------------------------------------------------------ "David"
They said make a boot disk from this website and run the tests to make sure all is in order. Ntkrnlmp.exe Windows 7 So I had no folders on the PC, no installs on the PC and no services running.... Can't Install due to "error code 7"! Go to the restore point prior to trying to do the update.
sir what I do please tell ma I am very thanful to you Helpful +9 Report Guest Apr 25, 2009 12:40PM I had the same problem. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/solved-setupdd-sys-error-code-is-7-a-124626.html When I put everything back, my computer couldn't get into BIOS; I got repeating long beeps while posting (memory error). File I386 Ntkrnlmp.exe Could Not Be Loaded The Error Code Is 7 If you haveWindows Vistaor later: Choose "Run as administrator." If you haveWindows XP: Choose Open. Setupdd.sys Error Code 4 I will be testing this problem when I get home and will keep you updated on my progress.
I've wasted a couple of hours on this nasty bug, & trying all the other suggestions across various threads again and again.I now find I had the same registry entry hanging check my blog So I figured I must have damaged my memory module while reseating the CPU and heatsink, so I send it back to corsair to get it replaced. and installed XP very smoothly... I'm not sure if this is a laptop only problem. File I386 Ntkrnlmp.exe Could Not Be Loaded The Error Code Is 4
I've gone through the entire list of | troubleshooting advice proposed by Nicholas and nowhere | do any of its topics address my problem! I then ran the Repair option for .NET and rebooted. I've gone through the entire list of troubleshooting advice proposed by Nicholas and nowhere do any of its topics address my problem! this content Deleting iTunes won’t delete your music.
I dont get any beeps from my bios. Error Code 7 Android The laptop the HDD came out of had a copy of XP Pro on it when I began, but gave me BSOD before Windows began to load. In Hardware Update Wizard, select No, not this time, and then select Next.
I'm trying to make an original clean installation >of XP from a new CD. >How do I get around this? >. > David Nicholas Guest Posts: n/a Re: Can't Install I install it, and before I can install windows, I have to install SATA drivers during setup. Risks are inherent in the use of the Internet. have a peek at these guys Has anyone else experienced this version of XP hell??
To download the latest updates, visit theMicrosoft Windows Updatewebsite.iTunes for Windows requires Windows 7 or later, with the latest Service Pack installed.If you can’t install the updates, refer toyour computer's help I put it back, configure the cables, and get to the screen. Last Modified: Apr 4, 2016 Helpful? I get all the way to the menu when booting from the XP install disc, where I can choose R for repair, enter for continue, etc.
Nicholas David Guest Posts: n/a Can't Install due to "error code 7"! I'm trying to make an original clean installation >of XP from a new CD. >How do I get around this? >. > David LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes « Nicholas David Guest Posts: n/a Re: Can't Install due to "error code 7"! Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability.
I'm merely trying to avoid wasting 40 minutes if I didn't need to. So I buy a new Maxtor SATA 300GB hard driver. I found no folders so I just rebooted at this point. Posted: 09-03-2003, 09:20 PM David -- Read and follow the instructions in the following articles: When upgrading Win98 or WinME to Windows XP, setup issues 'ntkrnlmp.exe could not be loaded -
It will say error code 7 cannot load file...