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Old Oct 28, 2007, 07:34 AM
gary-oid gary-oid is offline
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hey guys,
having a bit of a problem with my lap top!
wanted to reinstall windows xp onto my lap top!
doing so i deleted my c: partition, and reinstalled windows xp, no problem there, everything was fine until i went to reinstall some of my backed up files.
my laptop crashed in the process. i now try to reinstall windows once more, (b/c when i start the comp it says no operating system)delete the partition, and it begins formatting. it then loads 3% very slowly and then after time it crashes showing a blue screen, error partmgr.sys, DRIVER_UNLOADED_WITHOUT_CANCELLING_PENDING _OPERATIONS.

ok im a little in over my head at the moment, it advises me to disable the BIOS memory option such as caching or shadowing, unfortunally iv no idea what these are. can anyone help me out in any way?
Old Oct 28, 2007, 09:17 PM
chandler68 chandler68 is offline
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I do not understand what you mean regards Deleted my c: partition, do you mean that you Formated C drive ?, or actually deleted the partition.

If you deleted the partition you need to use something like Partition Magic to recreate C drive and make it Active, then format it, then try reloading XP.

Old Dec 07, 2007, 02:56 AM
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Old Mar 07, 2009, 08:36 PM
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I talked toa couple of developers, under thetable, of course, and they said--EDWARDYou what?JAKEI talked to some developers aboutthe land.STUCKEYWhat kind of an idiot are you?You don't talk about this toanyone.JAKEThey're close friends, they'dnever breathe a word --STUCKEY(to Vance)Where did you dig this moron up?VANCEHe's right, Jake, that was anincredibly stupid thing to do.It won't happen again, Edward.I'll pull him off the projectimmediately.EDWARDDon't bother.STUCKEYWhat!?EDWARDWe don't have the time to bringsomeone new up to speed.Besides...(not unkindly, to Jake)You've already impressed everyoneyou need to, haven't you?JAKEIt won't happen again, Mr. Harris.Vance has found what he was looking for in his notebook.VANCEThis is interesting. Thatbuilding is storage now, but itused to be a smelting plant. Theyclosed it down after World WarII.EDWARDI want our lawyers to check intothe toxic waste licences on themright away. 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