The machine will restart. Password Register FAQ Calendar Go to Page... Option 1: Continue trying to recover the system. You might want to look into that. navigate here
I verified that the Cylinders, heads, and sectors were set same as it was when it was working, and proceeded to save and exit. if you're not sure which file to run. Wait while Speccy scans your computer. I suspect that the two beeps I am hearing are part of the BIOS beep code. Then I'll attempt to add the first HD as a primary slave, and hopefully will be able to read the data.
Did you use a floppy formated under W98 or DOS? Sorry there is no way around it. 5 - Software Help 3RD PARTY Enable LBA TOOL INTEL Download the Intel 48-bit LBA Test Program (ME & 98/98SE only) I feel better about that, and that I now can verify that the drives themselves are functioning fine. I would like the system to run Win2K, and I think my only chance may be if I could revert back to the previous BIOS version.
I am now thinking that the fixed disks are OK, and something else is keeping the boot process from continuing. handy View Public Profile Visit handy's homepage! Are you a data center professional? Reply With Quote September 6th, 2001,06:58 AM #2 BlackOrWhite View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Med Student Join Date Sep 2001 Location Richardson Posts 37 You Could try to use the
If we assume that you are right, and that when I first flashed the BIOS with a disk formatted for Win98, that it somehow mangled the boot sector (or something) on Please enter a valid email address. Read More Check Object Replication Status across Active Directory Forest Tip explains how you can check object replication status Active Directory forest... AZCowboy View Public Profile Find all posts by AZCowboy #10 12-27-2002, 07:42 PM AZCowboy Guest Join Date: Mar 2002 Oh, and I also found a Western Digital Data
close WindowsWindows 10 Windows Server 2016 Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2003 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP Exchange ServerExchange Server 2013 Exchange Server 2010 Exchange Reviewing the Microsoft knowledge base, it looked like third party drivers may have been the problem. I put that floppy in the dead computer, started it up, and after the POST test, I got a "NTLDR is missing" message. In my opinion, the BIOS you flashed too isn't playing nice with your hardware and the only fix will be to find a BIOS that does.
The CMOS didn't appear to reset (the time, for instance, was still correct). http://www.windowsnetworking.com/kbase/WindowsTips/WindowsXP/AdminTips/Network/MethodstogetBiosversion.html You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Most suggested running the debug version of NTDETECT.COM. Register Help Remember Me?
Memory checks OK, and it reports that NVRAM is OK. check over here kanicbird View Public Profile Find all posts by kanicbird #30 12-29-2002, 12:19 PM AZCowboy Guest Join Date: Mar 2002 k2dave, thanks, but the processor is not overclocked, and AZCowboy View Public Profile Find all posts by AZCowboy #16 12-28-2002, 10:35 AM handy BANNED Join Date: Mar 1999 Location: Pacific Grove, Calif Posts: 17,493 More Bios, just We provide P5RD2-VM Motherboard Driver direct link from Asus Drivers, you can download and install on your device.
The leading Microsoft Exchange Server and Office 365 resource site. So I went back into BIOS setup, went into the Secondary IDE Master configuration, went in an out until it recognized the drive (three times, this time), and then changed it Support CPU Voltage warning message on POST3. http://pcspeedpro.com/where-to/where-to-find.html I have some confidence that I can reinstall Win98 on the system, since I can boot with a Win98 startup disk, access FDISK, and it sees the drives.
When you run the winnt32 setup utility with this option, Win2K Setup launches in a mode that doesn't install Win2K but checks your system for potential upgrade problems such as incompatibilities I am thinking that it isn't, mainly because I can access the BIOS setup and modify the CMOS settings. critter42, do you, by chance, know where I might find the older version of BIOS that I was using?
Read More Windows Server 2012/2008/2003/2000/XP/NT Administrator Knowledge Base Categories Windows 2000 Windows 2003 Windows 7 Windows 8 Windows NT Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2012 Windows Vista Windows XP Products Software Number, your link to NTFSDOS Professional looks extremely useful if I just want to recover the NTFS volume from one of my Win98 machines. If it didn't for your computer, a similar program not made my Microsoft should be the next thing you try.Method 4: Use a 3rd Party System Information ToolIf Microsoft System Information AZCowboy View Public Profile Find all posts by AZCowboy #24 12-28-2002, 04:08 PM AZCowboy Guest Join Date: Mar 2002 OK, so now I have reset the second HD
I then tried to load the Win2K CD, choose the clean install option, and the system hung on the hardware inspection. When the computer restarted, I removed the floppy, and received a message after the BIOS loaded to the effect "CMOS checksum bad failed - Run Setup". In the current BIOS setup, the Primary IDE Master is shown as Auto-configured, but doesn't list the Cylinders, Heads, or Sectors, and shows the Max Capacity as 12049 MB. weblink They don't work.
I shutdown and removed the HD from the Primary controller (so that nothing was on primary), and added the HD to the secondary controller, and restarted. If this is the case, should I attempt to recreate the second floppy on a Win98 machine (I happen to have six computers here at the house)? I exited and on the BIOS settings display, it showed the CDROM as the secondary master, and proceeded to hang. After a short time you'll hear 6 beeps and the floppy drive access light will go out.
If you can see the files... Find all posts by critter42 #23 12-28-2002, 03:40 PM AZCowboy Guest Join Date: Mar 2002 Number, I haven't tried FDISK /MBR yet, but I promise to do so I'll try your last suggestion (unplugging all drives except the CDROM and try booting the Win2K CD). Obtain the hardware, firmware, and driver updates your system needs to be Win2K-ready.
XPav, powering up with the jumper in CMOS clear was consistent with the motherboard manual. Something still ain't right. Support new CPUs. Nothing I did could get it recognize that the second HD was even there.
But right after the CMOS/BIOS settings are displayed, the video screen blanks to black, and nothing in the boot process proceeds. Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: Where 2 find BIOS version in Win2K? All rights reserved. How to Check the Current BIOS Version on Your Computer Search the site GO Windows Guides & Tutorials System & Security Customizing File & Folder