Re: VISTA CRASHED AFTER BEING INSTALLED ON A X1600 PRO PC
On Sun, 4 Feb 2007 13:14:00 -0800, Rob <Rob@discussions.microsoft.com>
>I had Vista before thats all I want to start with.
>After January it all changed after I reinstalled.
>I've been trying Vista since December.
>School gave me beta copy, also got other copies from the net etc. Worked fine.
>Last week been trying to reinstall Vista again. I noticed it takes time and
>long to get into each different screen (very weird didnt happen before). Then
>after already installed and Welcome screen is going to show up. BOOM!! it
>crashes reboots doesnt show me no error or nothing.
>Then the screen comes saying something wrong happened etc and etc etc I go
>into safe mode tells me windows cannot finish in safe mode, so I boot back
>normal again. and happens again.
>I put in the dvd and boot from it following the directions it told me to go
>Repair mode cannot find a solution. So I vew the detais of the error and
>this is what it showed me
>This is today with the Vista Retail DVD my school gave me a free copy but
>gotta return it back and they're going to give me Vista for free but I don't
>know if its Home Pro or what.
>Problem Event Name: StartupREpairV2
>Problem Signature 01: ExternalMedia
>Problem Signature 02: 6.0.6000
>Problem Signature 03: 0
>After Vista has been installed it keeps rebooting and crashing itself when
>its about to go to Welcome Screen (First run after being installed)
>Ok.. i'm in a technical/technology school. We been testing Vista since
>september. i started in december personally and all worked fine in my pc. But
>since January everything has been different dont know why. We got the MSDN
>dvd and it takes a long time to go from each screen to screen (partition, etc
>etc). Same error happens.
>I just got the Retail DVD and it went installed fast so I thought it was
>going to work, but when it rebooted I already knew it wasnt going to work. SO
>why am I having this prob? when it worked before..
>P4 Prescott HT 3.0ghz
>2x1gb ddr400 2x512mb ddr400
>160GB WD + 20GB WD
>ASUS P4P800-E-Deluxe mobo
>Sapphire Radeon X1600 PRO
ALL the drivers that were on the Beta disks are not o nthe released
disks. You are one of the very unlucky ones. Go to the IT people,
maybe they can fix it for you. Hope you have backups!!!!