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A hardware problem can also cause this problem. AAAGGHH!!! step 2. Testing memory, testing for viruses and removing peripheral boards one at a time are ways to isolate the problem.
If it is, replace the keyboard.KEYBOARD CLOCK LINE FAILURE, STUCK KEY FAILURE The keyboard is not responding to the controller's POST tests. See if you have any unnecessary programs running. Be sure to use a forward slash (/) for parameters (switches). Bad command or file name Halt and Catch Fire HTTP 418 Out of memory Lists List of HTTP status codes List of FTP server return codes Related Kill screen Spinning pinwheel
Abort Retry Ignore
Install farked HD on second computer. Throw it away. On top of that, I'm getting an MO drive, because the media is extremely reliable. What can I do?
The author is believed[by whom?] to be "Cool4u2view" (real name withheld). If the disk is not write protected, then that part of your floppy drive that senses write protection may be broken. I can assure you, CherryBomb, from having met Gaudere twice, that she isn't a man. Duly noted and will not be repeated!
ISBN978-0679743651. ^ "Abort, Retry, Fail?_ Your Woman". Dos Error Messages Buy Norton System Works and install on second computer. Good luck and remember.... http://www.pcmag.com/encyclopedia/term/41790/dos-error-messages P.S.
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My research for a detailed account of a Second World Two convoy! My unfinished screenplays! Abort Retry Ignore Consult its manual or the manufacturer.FAIL SAFE TIMER NMI An EISA device has gone awry. I knew I was in a deadly embrace with MS-DOS and that no matter what I entered I would get the same reply: "Abort, Retry, Fail?".
If this doesn't help, press A for abort, then inspect all cables related to the drive producing the error. I seriously am confused! Typo Negative View Public Profile Find all posts by Typo Negative #20 07-17-2003, 07:40 AM Geek Mecha Guest Join Date: Feb 2000 Quote: Originally posted by Muad'Dib HOw f this isn't the problem, press F1 and see if it reboots.
You might want to post in the General Questions as well and see if someone might be able to help you. Turn off the computer and restart. Just thought you'd like to know We now return to your regularly-scheduled PC-Help thread Well, my sincerest apologies to Gaudere, I guess her name just sounds, I dunno, masculine or something. See also Bad command or file name Error message PC LOAD LETTER References ^ a b c Randy Hyde (29 Sep 1996). "19.1.3: Exception Handling in DOS: The Critical Error Handler".
Your BIOS does not recognize the code in the CMOS for this newer drive. If this doesn't help, then you'll have to replace the motherboard.GENERAL FAILURE READING DRIVE X: First, press I for ignore, then use a diagnostic utility to test the disk. thanks.
I inserted the boot diskette which has all the necessary files and i get this:: Code: MICROSOFT WINDOWS 98 STARTUP MENU 1.Start Computer With CD-ROM Support. 2.Start Computer Without CD-ROM Support.
Gaudere View Public Profile Find all posts by Gaudere #5 07-17-2003, 01:35 AM Muad'Dib Guest Join Date: Jul 2000 Do you have a second computer? Within mind that im using a Compaq Pressario With windows 98 to copy the files to the disk, could it be that its not accepting the format of the floppy ? a great site, or what?? NOTE As a rule, floppy disk drives fail more than any other part of a computer system except the floppy disk itself.
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Blogs Articles Advanced Search Forum Genres Later PCs MS-DOS The poem ends by considering what has become of the lost data, and warning that the reader, too, will one day be left in this situation. I am amazed at the stability of XP. Unlikely but it has happened.
The best product I've ever used to recover files from a dying hard drive is Lost & Found. In Windows 95, right click the file, choose Properties, then un-check the "Read-Only" box. If this doesn't pinpoint the problem, you'll have to replace the floppy drive. Use the windows boot disk if you have to, just get it to the (A and try that.
Either unprotect it or use another disk. I need to recheck this drive in another computer now. Turn the system off for a few hours, power down, unplug it, the whole works. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New?
Text and document files are still easy to burn onto CD. ENTER A CHOICE: 1 I hit ENTER for the first choice and i get this :: Code: This Driver Is Provided By Oak Technology,INC.. Most often, if you get this error it is because your BIOS is looking for a drive that is not there.