Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? before the problem began XP was running on 128 without any problems for the past 9 months since I installed it. Setup will restart now." Dinkoh Windows XP Setup 1 12-31-2003 11:26 PM Having Problems with Windows XP setup when trying to repair current XP setup. I am currently trying to install windows XP on a machine that I just formatted. have a peek at this web-site
Error code 4. You can use diskedit of NU to do it! what do you think? Back to top #10 usasma usasma Still visually handicapped (avatar is memory developed by my Dad BSOD Kernel Dump Expert 22,579 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Southeastern CT, USA Local time:01:14 AM https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/318729
julianc Guest Posts: n/a RE: WIndows 64 bit setup Posted: 08-09-2006, 05:41 PM I have solved the problem. Furthermore, ensure that your registry is clean and devoid of unwanted information. If you have only one RAM installed, then replace it with new RAM to fix the error.
That's usually what Error Code 4 means. It could any one of the other >> > things, >> > but in my opinion RAM is the issue. >> > Thanks, >> > Darrell Gorter[MSFT] >> > >> > Even if you make substantial hardware changes >> you can still activate again (except for BIOS locked OEM licenses). > > Oh, I agree that it is both possible and perfectly Ntkrnlmp.exe Windows 2008 The error code is 4. > Setup cannot continue.
The error code is 7. "Ntkrnlmp.exe Could Not Be Loaded. File Ntkrnlmp Exe Could Not Be Loaded The Error Code Is 4 Andrew E. Or if you have two, take one out. "Common Sense is a flower that doesn't grow in everyone's garden." Reply Reply With Quote June 15th, 2008,02:58 AM #7 mateen View https://forums.techguy.org/threads/amd64-ntkrnlmp-exe-could-not-be-loaded-the-error-code-is-4.545105/ mderosia Windows XP Configuration & Management 4 04-24-2006 02:01 PM "Windows XP Setup cannot run under Safe Mode.
It may be... (0) Trump earns endorsement of 88... (12) Why isn't SHE running for... (16) Bluetooth Enabled Motherboard (3) How To Put a Graphics Card in... (2) Planning murder in Ntkrnlmp.exe Download To me the it's all absurd. BTW my XP is a legit copy, bought it with a 300g PATA seagate. I'd first try cleaning it with a soft, non-abrasive cloth to remove any dirt/grime that has accumulated. - John Microsoft MVP - Windows Experience ( http://www.carrona.org/ ) **If you need a
JDE Last edited by JDE; December 2nd, 2014 at 02:07 AM. All rights reserved. File I386 Ntkrnlmp.exe Could Not Be Loaded The Error Code Is 7 Replace the faulty RAM If you find your BIOS settings were already set to default, the cause of the above errors could be faulty RAM. Error Code 7 In Xp Installation You may receive the following error message during the installation of Windows XP, if the BIOS on your system has problems when Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) is enabled.
Charlie Russel - MVP, Jun 4, 2006 #4 Darrell Gorter[MSFT] Guest Hello, I would agree with Charlie's list. http://crearesiteweb.net/error-code/and-the-error-code-was-8.html The sticker is > supposed to be on the case somewhere, but if you look at the license > wording, it is somewhat vague about just which hardware it applies to, Reply Reply With Quote February 9th, 2007,05:39 AM #6 Steve R Jones View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Ride 'em Cowboy Join Date Oct 2001 Location Dallas, TX and another thing I also change the hard drive to a new one yesterday(12/23) and it's the same problem I also use another installation disk XP home and its still the Ntkrnlmp.exe Windows 7
Then make sure everything between the last byte of boot code and the first byte of partition table is set to 0 (zero). After updating the BIOS, I kept getting checksum errors & decided to swap out the Viking RAM I had with two Corsair sticks (from the approved list). The steps listed don't seem like they apply to if you're doing a fresh install. Source With that error code I can find multiple occasions where this was caused by bad RAM.
The OS write a new MBR that make NT fail to bootup. Ntkrnlmp.exe Windows 10 So what I did is that I bought a new memory(128g). I used Roxio Classic Creator to "Burn from <> Disc Image" & am pretty sure that the file is good. <> <> Anything else I can try? <> <> Thanks. <>
Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech Back to top #3 bnrr bnrr Topic Starter Members 25 posts OFFLINE Local time:10:14 PM Posted 22 December 2006 - 07:13 AM Hi usasma Doing some research, I found that > I > needed one of the last few BIOS updates for my CPU to work with this mobo. > After updating the BIOS, I Press any key to exit." Attempting a loca of Windows XP home edition gets a little further but usually hangs somewhere during locaing of drivers etc. Error Code 7 Android I am stuck in the middle of trying to repair my windows xp professional 64 bit software.
Optimize Windows XP/2000/ME. Related Articles Resolving A Printer-Related Windows XP Driver ErrorResolving Driver ErrorsStop Errors: Steps to Perform Windows Error RepairHow To Fix Code 10 ErrorHow Can I Fix Code 39 Error? I do not have driver disk for the laptop since it was given to me as is. have a peek here Note: This last method is not recommended.
The error code is 7. "Ntkrnlmp.exe Could Not Be Loaded. The error code is 4. Press F6 if you want to specify additional mass storage devices. Besides incorrect BIOS settings or faulty hardware, another major cause of recurring exe errors is malware infection.
Originally Posted by Mjölnir The Windows XP CD is bootable - are you able to configure your BIOS to boot from the CD Drive first? Reply With Quote 01-20-2005,04:05 PM #3 gotensan01 View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Registered User Joined Jul 2004 Location suburbs of chicago Posts 61 Re: Windows XP fresh install ntkrnlmp.exe Alternatively, you can re-create the XP boot floppy disks by running the program on the CD called MAKEBOOT. If it does not, try to cancel the setup and boot into 98 or ME.
Hardware can take the form of a bad cable or connection, or bad RAM, or a problem with the DVD player. -- Charlie. With that error code I can find multiple occasions >> > where this was caused by bad RAM.