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12-01-2006 12:17 AM
marko138
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11-29-2006 06:05 PM
1BadCBR stop looking at little midgets.com
11-29-2006 02:52 PM
Knight bump
08-25-2006 07:24 AM
My_Demise perhaps "removable media" is in the list of boot options first.

to speed up the boot process, i usually go into the bios and set "removable media" as the last of options, putting harddrive first then CDROM then removable media.
08-24-2006 11:13 PM
Gas Man



08-24-2006 10:13 PM
wgc_3 I had a 2g SD card in the reader when I removed it the computer worked fine. I find this odd due to the fact its ALWAYS been in there. I've never had to remove it. Anyway, all is good.

Thank you,
Bill
08-24-2006 09:55 PM
oldetymebiker Access your bios on boot and insure that it is reading your harddrive(s). If not, the usual cause is a loose or bad ribbon cable. Open up the case and insure that both the drive connectors and the mobo connectors are in solid. If drives are all showing, check boot order to insure it's not seeking on the wrong drive.

If the harddrives are showing up in your bios, you prolly have a corrupted MBR (master boot record). You did make an Emergency boot disk, dintcha? Insert EBD and rebbot computer...when you get the A:\> type in " sys c:" that should transfer the system files and start the boot process. If not, reboot to A:\> type in "fdisk/mbr" that will repair your master boot record. Remove emergecy floppy and reboot. All should be well. If not, you may have virus damage, or hard drive failure.

Best wishes.
08-24-2006 08:45 PM
Trip Maybe your CMOS is corrupt, get out your mobo book and see about resetting your CMOS. Check your cmos battery as well.

Another option is to try another hard drive. Something in your bios/cmos has gone corrupt.
08-24-2006 08:30 PM
wgc_3 No it's not getting into Windows it locks up in dos and just stays Verifying DMI Pool Data............" doesn't move past that.
08-24-2006 08:28 PM
jeeps84 black screen and then bad color on desktop?
08-24-2006 08:18 PM
wgc_3 Not that I am aware of.
08-24-2006 08:14 PM
jeeps84
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Originally Posted by wgc_3 View Post
Ladies/Gents,

I need computer help please I turned on my PC it locks up in DOS before windows will pop up and says "Verifying DMI Pool Data............" and won't go past that.

Thanks,
Bill
Is it in safe mode?
08-24-2006 08:12 PM
wgc_3
Computer Help Please!!!

Ladies/Gents,

I need computer help please I turned on my PC it locks up in DOS before windows will pop up and says "Verifying DMI Pool Data............" and won't go past that.

Thanks,
Bill

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