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I did pause the screen and was able to copy by hand the exact message - hope this will suffice. I have a *.GHO image which needs to be deployed into the Hard drive. I did not consider that. Have a niceday and I look forward to seeing the full cofig.sys file here."george154302"
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- That way the config.sys file never: ends up empty.:: Patty AnonymousMar 10, 2005, 4:58 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win98.gen_discussion (More info?)In technical discussions, Dan, words have very specific meanings.
- The main system is a 2.4G CPU running XP Professional.
- The errors are wrote >> > out>> > exactly as they appear on the screen.
Proffitt Forum moderator / February 16, 2005 1:03 AM PST In reply to: config.sys error message XP doesn't use CONFIG.SYS, but config.nt. Stay logged in Sign up now! If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. [SOLVED] Config.sys file Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Joycr, Mar This is preferable to deleting the line altogether and it's easy to remove it if it has adverse effects.If you use notepad in Windows then save the Config.sys file after altering
Is this problem related to AMD processor??? Reply With Quote April 4th, 2000,05:53 PM #4 Savage31 View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Med Student Join Date Apr 2000 Location canada Posts 39 Here are the 2 lines that Start a new discussion instead. thank you.
DEVICE=C:\VIDE-CDD.SYS. It shows the error as "Missing or corrupted file in Config.sys line 2". Getting tons of errors. iwanttofixthis replied Nov 20, 2016 at 4:15 PM PC turns on then off, and...
I have the following discs: Dell Diagnositcs for Inspiron 7000, Dell Inspiron 7000 System Software CD ROM, Microsoft Windows 98 Seond Edition Boot Disc and Windows 98 Second Edition CD Rom. The errors are wrote out > exactly as they appear on the screen. Compatibility: Windows 7, 8, Vista, XP Download Size: 6MB Requirements: 300 MHz Processor, 256 MB Ram, 22 MB HDD Limitations: This download is a free evaluation version. Not bad for an old fart of 50+ eh? 0 Thong_Ispector 2 11 Years Ago Glad to hear it worked and you now have your backup system functioning again...
How to fix There Is An Error In Your Config.sys Error? Thank you.> : >> : > "Patty"
And thanks, It is nice to be appreciated... Don't try to go higher than 1024x768. Got myself a new one and everything worked good after that. http://venamail.com/error-in/error-in-xpath-config-lucenematchversion-for-solrconfig-xml.html So, it appears that something else in going on.
I do have the K6-2/500. 2.2V core - 3.3 I/O - 1998 chip. When you shut down safe mode, and attempt to restart in normal mode, windows won't load? Still cannot get past the Microsoft welcome screen.
I then went in and copied my config.bak to my config.sys file and still cannot get past the windows welcome screen and now have the following error messages: There is an
When I try to go back into normal mode I get to the Microsoft Windows 98 first screen. I have a junction which points to another folder on the same drive as the junction; the problem is … How to allow a non administrator domain user to enable/disable network Nothing in the config.sys file or autoexec.bat for that matter, is required to start Win98. That way theconfig.sys> > : file never> > : > : ends up empty.> > : > :> > : > : Patty> > : >> > : >> > :>
Please > > help> > post your config.sys file.> > -- > Rawat> Line 6 says Device high=c:\cdrom\GSCDROM.SYS/D:MSCD000/vLine 7 says buffers=100 AnonymousMar 8, 2005, 8:05 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win98.gen_discussion (More That way the config.sys> : file never> : > : ends up empty.> : > :> : > : Patty> : >> : >> :> > > AnonymousMar 11, 2005, 6:24 autoexec.bat and config.sys files were deleted! Copy it to the root directory of the hard drive Edit your config.sys line 2 to read...
To unlock all features and tools, a purchase is required. I had a problem which a tech guy fixed, but when I got home I couldn't get small icons and only 16 bit. How do I repair this problem? I clocked it down to 300Mhz as you suggested and there was not a glitch after that.
I problem is that I am not able to boot it from AMD Processor. The corrupted system files entries can be a real threat to the well being of your computer. The errors are wrote out > > exactly as they appear on the screen. Here is a file with what you can use to replace your startup...
Terhune> : MS MVP Shell/User> : http://www.grystmill.com/articles/cleanboot.htm> : http://www.grystmill.com/articles/security.htm> :> : "Dan"
But the problem is whatever files I am using to boot from USB is working perfectly in my system. Replace any existing files... You are right that it is a 95 issue and not 98 but because of how you are installing it as a 95/98 upgrade, that may be what is tripping the TerhuneMS MVP Shell/Userhttp://www.grystmill.com/articles/cleanboot.htmhttp://www.grystmill.com/articles/security.htm"Dan"
The There Is An Error In Your Config.sys error may be caused by windows system files damage.