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duhhh Reply Reply With Quote November 11th, 2003,01:11 AM #12 DoctorReno View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Ultimate Member Join Date Mar 2003 Posts 1,312 I would suggest Reply Reply With Quote November 9th, 2003,08:26 PM #4 gkimbrell View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Nov 2003 Posts 9 No its a burnt Helpful +8 Report FRANK Mar 22, 2010 07:09AM rESEAT YOUR ram Helpful +7 Report ROCKET May 16, 2010 09:48AM I have a spare computer with a 10gb hardrive but you cant The error code is 4I needed to install a new OS and I disabled any cacheing and didn't work for me (new motherboard, new memory and new Harddrive). check over here

Once there, see the lists of components. After this I set tghis hrd disk to the first PC . This worked fine but then after restarting it got as far as the Win 98 blue cloud and logo screen and then jsut restarted itself. Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech Back to top Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to

File Setupdd.sys Could Not Be Loaded The Error Code Is 4

Reply Reply With Quote November 13th, 2003,11:41 AM #17 Peadur View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Nov 2003 Posts 2 Hi guys, I really Thus I suspect a hardware failure/incompatibility. Derek Roberts Aug 05, 2005, 12:15pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: File setupdd.sys could not be loaded. during the "loading Kernel debugger dll" during setup.

Forums > Tech Support > Problem install and format Windows XP "Problem install and format Windows XP" Started 6/15/2007 by Ray Bay in Tech Support Forum (6 posts) 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. Thread Tools Search this Thread Rate Thread Display Modes #1 08-23-2005, 12:36 PM quad4geek Offline Registered User Join Date: Aug 2005 Posts: 1 Getting error code 4 on If memory serves me they then instructed me to change the boot sequence to boot from C: first since MS OS's must always boot from the C: drive or partition and

Any errors will lead to a bad set of RAM. File Setupdd.sys Could Not Be Loaded. The Error Code Is 7 I have the Knack. ** If I haven't replied in 48 hours, please send me a message. Now what i done to get mine to work was to turn off all the caching etc and slow down the ram timings in the bios, basically have the computer running http://www.realgeek.com/forums/setupdd-sys-error-code-4-on-install-67190.html Setup cannot continue.

XP must write some files to memory and then call them back, which it couldn't do, tried a new stick of memory and it is fine. If not, your hard drive has most likely failed or gone to the Happy Hunting Ground. Hope this helps. Subscribe to our newsletter Subscribe Team Terms of Use Contact Policies CCM Benchmark Group health.ccm.net PC Advisor Phones Smartphone reviews Best smartphones Smartphone tips Smartphone buying advice Smartphone news Smartphone deals

File Setupdd.sys Could Not Be Loaded. The Error Code Is 7

Idaho, USA Local time:07:19 PM Posted 24 December 2006 - 04:33 PM Have you gone into the BIOS to check to see if the memory is recognized? 128 isn't much to http://www.techimo.com/forum/applications-and-operating-systems/87740-windows-setup-error-code-4-a.html After that, i tried to install Windows XP but failed. File Setupdd.sys Could Not Be Loaded The Error Code Is 4 b) I bought a new SATA 300 GB hard drive, completely removed the old one, and tried to install windows on the new hard drive, but I it crashes during installation Easely solved due to 2 DDR ram chips that would NOT talk together.

I could not understand what to do to resolve it....... http://mttags.com/error-code/installing-windows-xp-error-7.php Furthermore, when I first installed windows cleanly several years ago, I never got this problem. Just be patient, and you will figger it out. The error code is 4.

Reply Reply With Quote November 11th, 2003,02:13 AM #14 Gettinbye View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Member Join Date Oct 2003 Location Oregon,USA Posts 343 In my brief I haven't found the time to test the memory modules with the diagnostic tool, but I'll do that over the weekend. Current Temperatures Not working correctly Windows... » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118>> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7. this content Does anyone have any ideas?

Michael A. Error code is 7 within the Windows XP Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. Reply Reply With Quote November 11th, 2003,01:27 AM #13 gkimbrell View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Nov 2003 Posts 9 Why dont you tell

The error code is 4Hey man, I had the same exact error, and all I did was disabled any caching in the bios, and XP installed fine, but now I'm having

Can you try them one at a time and see what happens? If it didn't work, I will let you know. It is a simple task to follow the directions in the Seagate Box or other drive manufacturer to get the disc working, but it is NOT a simple task to get Exede... (1) modem feature (0) Hottest June ever (11) Kurdish Troops Advance on... (4) On Air New FBI files show... (7) The GOOD Zimmerman (2) I need a graphics card, please...

This forum has been preserved for reference and is not active. Also, I haven't tried installing Windows to the 300GB new SATA hard drive either (only tested repairing the old one). I had the same error on a friends computer and with your help I narrowed it down to a faulty stick of RAM. have a peek at these guys Nicholas Guest Posts: n/a Re: Setupdd.sys Error code 4 on install Posted: 08-08-2003, 02:36 PM Nicholas, thanks for your fast reply, it wasn't the hard drive but the memory!

Report • Start a discussion Related Solutions› Can't open Internet Options. Error code is 7 User Name Remember Me? If your computer starts now, start adding one PCI card at a time, till you find which one causes this.