Help!!!!!please!!!!!help!!!!!

Discussion in 'Desktop Computers' started by mr_jojo, Aug 31, 2004.

  1. mr_jojo

    mr_jojo New Member

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    whenever i start my comp i get this error message that says that the file "pci.sys" is missing or corrupt and i hav no idea how to repair it. :confused: PLEASE HELP!!!!!
     
  2. Lorand

    Lorand <b>VIP Member</b>

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    Start the Recovery Console and type "Expand <CD-ROM DRIVE:>\i386\pci.sy_ c:\Winnt\System32\drivers /y".
     
  3. mr_jojo

    mr_jojo New Member

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    how do i open the recovery console :confused: (i know, i know next to nothing about comps :eek: )
     
  4. Lorand

    Lorand <b>VIP Member</b>

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  5. mr_jojo

    mr_jojo New Member

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    the link doesnt work....
     
  6. mr_jojo

    mr_jojo New Member

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    how do i start my comp form the win xp cd?
     
  7. silver 95

    silver 95 New Member

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    just put the cd in, and reboot the computer. it will reboot and ask if you want to boot from the cd. if that doesnt work, go into your bios (by pressing DEL at boot) and make sure your cd-rom is set as the first boot device. it probably will be though anyways
     
  8. mr_jojo

    mr_jojo New Member

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    the cd is in and i reboot and nothing happens. it just reboots like regular and gives me the error essage that says that psi.sys is missing or corrupt. and it wont let me into my comp. and wen i go into my bios, well, it wont let me, it says something about EZflash getting something from a floppy disk or something. so i cant get into my bios, and i hav no way of getting into my comp, so how the hell am i supposed to solve this stupid problem? :confused: :confused: :mad: :mad:
     
  9. Praetor

    Praetor Administrator Staff Member

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    You sure? :p

    1. Start the computer
    2. Go into BIOS
    3. Make it so that the computer tries to boot off the CD before the HDD
    4. Put the CD in the drive
    5. Exit BIOS
    6. Wait and press a button when it tells you to
     

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