One reality. I did got into safe mode and the NIC is no longer present in the device manager. My problem is solved after I created a new boot disk and initiated another attempt to install windows. I did read, on some web site that that might be a cure. have a peek here
The chipset has one chip (northbridge) a bit below the CPU, the southbridge is to the right of the PCI/ISA slots. I don't know how to get into the BIOS setting on this Compaq machine. HTH 0 Message Author Comment by:mithrandrir2002-12-16 Thanks for that. I stripped the PC down and re-built it. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/resolved-runtime-error-r6003-integer-divide-by-0.92038/
Knowing this might help..though it's highly probable you'll have more success installing Windows from the CD..just my personal opinion *edit* Which OS are you using? I think I'll post system.ini when I get home, or just email it to the 2 of you. I reinstalled windows.
Reply Reply With Quote October 29th, 2002,03:36 PM #3 Kimbo View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Member Join Date Aug 2002 Location Maryland Posts 170 Google If it is a hardware problem, you will find more problems also, like bad clusters or a faulty file system.Quote:-Scandisk would sometimes run for no apparent reason. The time now is 12:59 PM. All rights reserved.
River -=[DHzer0point Team]=- Joined: Apr 6, 2003 Messages: 174 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 ok, working on son's computer, Gateway, amd k7, windows98se, he got infected, not sure all with Otherwise, if the installation tries to install a file on a bad sector, that file will be lost.That is really the only way to fix major cross-linked files (and a possible This can be the cause of a hardware problem, but normally it is just a software problem. After that run defrag for making sure Win98 will be as easy as possible to load at startup.See if you can remove the NIC from System.
One reality. You really need to try a clean one. Much appreciation for your patience during the interim ET Brad4321 Mere Mortal posted 05-23-03 04:07 PM CT (US) 4 / 43 This may have nothing to do with you, PCD I put the HD on IDE1 instead of 0.
River~ River, Sep 26, 2004 #17 PangingJr Member Joined: Mar 14, 2003 Messages: 5,989 Likes Received: 56 Trophy Points: 0 No problem it's time for a new drive like you http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=428151 Staff Online Now Triple6 Moderator blues_harp28 Trusted Advisor DaveA Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Earlier Versions of Windows > Home Forums Forums Quick Links It's not a rampant issue..usually found in specific makes and models..like the 3Com NIC deal I hope just removing the NIC card is sufficient to exclude this item from the list. Join Us! *Tek-Tips's functionality depends on members receiving e-mail.
In the beginning there was the command line Reply With Quote May 5th, 2001,01:31 AM #3 Igor M View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Resident Join Date Dec 1999 Location Rostov-on-Don, Having said that, Go to Solution 9 Comments LVL 17 Overall: Level 17 Operating Systems 2 Message Expert Comment by:owensleftfoot2002-12-16 You need to go into your bios and disable the Any ideas? Once it found 8,000+ crosslinked clusters. -Occasionally, I would get the error "[filename] is required to run Windows.
Dave ------------------ Windows Tips *** Help others less fortunate. *** Help others less fortunate. Please consider a donation to The PC Guide Tip Jar. You are not logged in. http://introbuilder.net/windows-98/windows-98-runtime-error-226.php Do you think that would solve the (main) problem?
It could be something with the way the hardware in the NIC works together with the motherboard. PangingJr, Sep 21, 2004 #9 River -=[DHzer0point Team]=- Joined: Apr 6, 2003 Messages: 174 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 Summary report on C:\*.* Master Boot Record(s)....1 Possibly Infected......0 Boot Sector(s)..............1 Also: -On startup, the system would always hang for at least 5 minutes on the Win 98 logo thingy -Scandisk would sometimes run for no apparent reason.
But it only worked once; when I rebooted it was back to the same thing ET FLAVIUS Mere Mortal posted 05-26-03 05:11 AM CT (US) 22 / 43 Hi Species8471Sorry Can you provide us with your autoexec.bat..and config.sys to mull over for now?Thanks for your patience ET [This message has been edited by ET FLAVIUS (edited 05-25-2003 @ 00:22 AM).] Species8471 SUPET6, Aug 20, 2002 #7 pvc9 Joined: Jul 7, 2002 Messages: 6,427 Glad that you were able to solve the problem. I'm running Win98.1).
I had to buy jumpers to change the clock multiplier. You might have to boot to DOS for renaming them."Cats are the only animals that are both uber, pwns and 1337 at the same time." -King EuricBy reading this fine print I thought the boot was the least probable reason since i've been using this disk many times. I never got Windows to load after that.
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