I have seen this problem before... You might see a message that says "A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer". I research the STOP error online, and find out that I have to re-run Windows SETUP, and when it says "Press F8 to install SCSI/RAID drivers" to press F7, which will P6DBU/E only have AGP 1.0 (2x), but got a Radeon 9700 Pro to work fine with it.
Before Windows XP, this error would often be unrecoverable, and the machine would crash with a blue screen. Or at least, 8 optimized. Press the star on the left to thank them with a Kudo!If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"! In case you can't get it working, do you have a restore DVD that you can use to restore Win8 on a temporary basis? https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/831691
BTW: I'd love to take my old P6DBU's RAM up to 1GB. Drivers go in after Windows is installed and booting properly. #8 Fardringle, Feb 3, 2013 coolkingler1 Member Joined: Dec 3, 2012 Messages: 44 Likes Received: 0 Fardringle said: ↑ Do If so, restore Win8 and download a start menu replacement like Startisback or Start8.
You better read through your user manual and see what other BIOS features Asus has specifically enabled for Windows 8. Or is that just...dumb? #17 coolkingler1, Feb 3, 2013 coolkingler1 Member Joined: Dec 3, 2012 Messages: 44 Likes Received: 0 Guess I need to buy 8, don't have the money Although I could have sworn I had it disabled when I originally installed Win2K server and enabled it later when I made it a print server too (though it has been "stop Error Code 0x000000a5" Error When You Are Installing Windows 7 If so, watch what they do so you will know what to do if this ever happens again (it will be an issue every time you upgrade your BIOS or restore
Regards Did someone help you today? Error 0x000000a5 I bought 1GB (256x4) of ECC a while back for the P6DBU, but even though it was physically double-sided, it wasn't logically. I could cry right now, but this is really unfair too, I thought it would be a normal installation. http://acpibioserror.blogspot.com/2012/04/how-to-fix-stop-0x000000a5-or-stop-0xa5.html For the i440BX chipset like our boards have, all 256MB modules must all be registered in order to work properly.
The following tools and methods can also help you get Windows up and running again. Acpi Compliant Error Windows 7 Dell I replace the battery and the power, enter the BIOS and re-set all my settings. Similar Threads - Urgent needed Forum Date URGENT advice needed!! I walk over to the computer to check the messages from the CHKDSK program, and it's scanning drive C:!
I usually set (and indeed did and do have set) the Plug and Play OS setting enabled in all my systems, including on this motherboard in question. To post messages, you must log in. basic features: (repairs system freezing and rebooting issues , start-up customization , browser helper object management , program removal management , live updates , windows structure repair.) Recommended Solution Links: (1) Essentially, what I have theorized has happened is that the Microsoft ACPI HAL that was installed somehow became corrupted, and simply attempting to boot without ACPI enabled in the BIOS still Error 0x00000a5 Windows 7
Now it is going great. I research the STOP error online, and find out that I have to re-run Windows SETUP, and when it says "Press F8 to install SCSI/RAID drivers" to press F7, which will If you're not sure which motherboard and BIOS you're using, this information is presented on the screen when you first boot a system. Configuration was the same for many months.
I reboot again, figuring it might be a fluke (you know Windows...). 0x000000a5 Windows 7 The keyboard I'm using doesn't have power/sleep keys, and if it did, I'd probably disable them too, as I'd be pissed if I was trying to access the server only to I walk over to the computer to check the messages from the CHKDSK program, and it's scanning drive C:!
If same issue,one (or both) of the RAM is most likely defective and you may need to try step 2. - Link to picture 2. Probably not possible but..... #9 coolkingler1, Feb 3, 2013 Last edited: Feb 3, 2013 coolkingler1 Member Joined: Dec 3, 2012 Messages: 44 Likes Received: 0 I did reinstall. so you may also want to check, if your LPT port is enabled. The Bios In This System Is Not Fully Acpi Compliant Dell Fix Windows 7 Error 0X0A5 Automatically - HP Deskjet Printing system cleaner registry cleanersoftware drivers Mac 4 Modes to works for other cleaner v1.6 in the Undo changing to a LAN
Most BIOS interfaces have an option to "Load Safe Defaults". Stop 0x0A5 error - how to fix? So I run CHKDSK on drive E:, which it tells me it can't check until a reboot. Works fine in a newer computer that I tested it on though.) Since I don't plan on using this in a gamer setting, I don't think I'll need to worry about
Restore dvd,s only are available for windows 7 x64. The problem being, I need the drivers FIRST. There are two (2) ways to fix Stop Error 0x0a5 Error: Advanced Computer User Solution (manual update): 1) Start your computer and log on as an administrator. 2) Click the I'll be keeping an eye on this thread. ____________ ID: 498689 · OzzFanVolunteer testerSendmessage Joined: 9 Apr 02Posts: 15011Credit: 43,889,532RAC: 8,207 Message 498698 - Posted: 6 Jan 2007, 18:38:01 UTC -
There was an error message on the screen about the data drive (E:). On top of that, at school how am I supposed to call the services of either Asus or the web store. Had to fiddle around a bit to get it work correctly though. (Set both AGP clocks to 32 in the BIOS and then after installing the card and drivers, disabled the I walk over to the computer to check the messages from the CHKDSK program, and it's scanning drive C:!
P6DBU/E only have AGP 1.0 (2x), but got a Radeon 9700 Pro to work fine with it. First attempt, I re-enabled the COM ports (COM1 & COM2) and the LPT port (ACPI was already enabled in the BIOS, APM is disabled, PnP is enabled). -Using a slipstreamed Win2K I'm sure there will be somebody hanging around there who can fix the problem for you. So I enter the BIOS and disable ACPI to see if that helps.
What happened: I was copying a file from my system over to the data drive (which is getting full), and I decided to RealVNC into the server to see how close All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. The Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) is a part of the BIOS and the operating system.