Used the Norton Removal tool several time, took off all residual files, did a full check for viruses on the computer at the same time just in case - logged into Not sure if that's worth it if it's not the problem, plus I did a search on the current Compaq restore CD to find the fbism.exe file in question, found it could be a broken hdd (damaged sectors - run checkdisk with repair options) or a corrupted partition table which can be caused by faulty sectors as well... Any ideas from this group? http://crearesiteweb.net/an-unrecoverable/an-unrecoverable-error-occurred-and-execution-cannot-continue.html
At least that's one suggestion from someone as to why it asked for the file from a floppy drive during install and restoration. Try to reinstall norton and see that works. 2. it launches, screen appear with the roll in the center, then goes away, starts again, then fully gone... you just got the unallocated spaced in use with you system. try here
If the above mentioned steps doesn't work please try to run CHKDSK on the computer (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315265 ). My system did not change lately so not worried about 3rd party softwares... Didn't have the floppy before and it never asked for it. Please click Technical Support" Posted: 07-Sep-2011 | 4:08PM • Permalink Dinesh, have tried all of those without success (CHKDSK says my disk is clean).
characters left: Contact Us|Terms of Service|Privacy & Security|About Us|Our Network © 2003-2016 JustAnswer LLC JustAnswer UKJustAnswer GermanyJustAnswer SpanishJustAnswer Japan 6 4070259 Search Fixya Press enter to search. But the problem again goes to the install when it asks for a disk in Drive A for fbism.exe file. Have also deleted in the Registry any entry with Norton or Symantec in it. Is there a better purge which could be done maybe?
turn off pc 7. Used the Norton Removal tool several time, took off all residual files, did a full check for viruses on the computer at the same time just in case - logged into Please click Technical Support" Posted: 07-Sep-2011 | 12:55PM • Permalink Hi GMRD, I was able to understand the issue that you are facing with your computer. Visit Website Andy is online now i keep getting an unrecoverable error occurred.
If you think that the computer might be affected with a virus try to run the Norton Power eraser to confirm the same. the installation program cannot continue. I'm not a computer newbie, but not even close to an expert, so please forgive if I ask something a little funny. Please click Technical Support" Posted: 09-Sep-2011 | 12:07PM • Permalink It is a 32 bit computer.
They really helped put my nerves at ease. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/re-install-issue-and-question-366716.html it will show you what exact size your hard disk can and will use. Not sure what I'll do at this point as computer is working with the 15.9 gig, and a program that I was directed to gparted live cd showed there is 39 need to know what to do to stop this from happening???
I'll download that file when I can...question, how do I go about booting the computer to start with that? http://crearesiteweb.net/an-unrecoverable/an-unrecoverable-processor-error-has-been.html Restart the computer, then click Start > Run 5. Not sure what I'll do at this point as computer is working with the 15.9 gig, and a program that I was directed to gparted live cd showed there is 39 after you resized the partition and rebooted the computer it will show you the full amount of disk space in windows as well.
I wasn't sure what to do after that. Reply 0 0 bjwebmaster Tutor Posts: 5 Member Since: 04-13-2009 Message 7 of 8 (3,920 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Re-Install issue/question Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS This is a great service. check over here Enter bios, by pressing F1, F2, F10, delete upon booting up, depending on pc you have, Go to boot devices floppy cd/drive rom harddrive other deices (optional) varies on different pc`s.
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Oh, I did a disk check as suggested and nothing came back as bad, but again, it only looked at the 15.9 gig portion I presume? Please contact your support representive or an authorizes seller/service provider. It sound as if the C: drive is not being formated correctly ,are you doing a Destructive recovery or non-destructive? Thanks aalim Employee Symantec Employee27 Reg: 07-Sep-2011 Posts: 132 Solutions: 9 Kudos: 26 Kudos0 Re: Cannot re-install N360: "An unrecoverable error has occurred.
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Let me know if this works. I cancelled out of that request and the re-install continued, but when the computer tried to load, I got this: An unrecoverable error has occured Installation can't continue Contact Compaq support In the Run dialog box, type the following text: regsvr32 %windir%\system32\msxml3.dll 6. If I have to re-install/restore again, I'll have some background on this.
If I have to re-install/restore again, I'll have some background on this. If that doesn't work check whether you have anyother third party softwares in the computer. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. HP Compaq dc7100 PC...