Re: Vista Ultimate 64 crash during installation
I'd like to thank you for saving me a lot of problems.
It seems to do the trick for sure.
"Dominic Payer" wrote:
> See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929777
> Remove 2GB of the RAM, install Vista, apply Windows Updates (which will
> include the hotfix), then install the extra 2GB RAM and all will be well.
> "Tranzic" <Tranzic@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Greetings.
> > Im running a P5N32-E SLI motherboard with 4GB of RAM.
> > Im using a Samsung 500G SATAII NCQ (HD501LJ) harddrive and I seem to
> > experience a tad unusual behaviour.
> > Currently I run Windows XP Pro 32Bit (english) on the C:\ drive and it
> > works
> > as I can see pretty much flawlessly.
> > However, I want to install Windows Ultimate Vista on another partition
> > (its
> > already divided) to use the new Windows boot menu and such. However after
> > the installation (it appears to run just fine) I get a blue screen and the
> > system
> > refuses to boot. This happends almost immediately as the "bar" on vista
> > loading
> > screen start to move. I've read in several other posts that it might be
> > related to missing 64Bit SATA/SATAII drivers, as well as chipset but I
> > find
> > it extremly bizzare that the whole installation works fine (files are
> > copied
> > and
> > lands on the harddrive) yet the system can't seem to boot up. I tried
> > downloading
> > the drivers from both Asus and Nvidia and if I try to load them before the
> > installation I get a immediately bluescreen error with error code
> > 0000...7E
> > Other tidbits about the system. I use an SB Audigi 2 sound card and 2
> > Gforce 8800 ultra graphic cards (SLI'd) and even though they might be a
> > bit
> > "exotic" in nature, I'd atleast hope the system to boot up properly.
> > I'd appriciate any help on the matter
> > Thank you.