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cranbo Jan 19, 2006 #13 jfinkow TS Rookie XP with SP2 is the ONLY answer I had the same error and tried 11 hours worth of fixes. Here's what I use for a fresh install, it really makes things alot easier. I could have save myself some time tho as the IDE drive I tested with had already been kill disked. Bush Reply With Quote June 28th, 2005,12:17 PM #9 gabequin View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Jun 2005 Posts 1 Please Help! have a peek here

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Stopped on the same driver, but at a differn't memory location. Because of this risk, we highly recommend using a trusted registry cleaner such as WinThruster (Developed by Microsoft Gold Certified Partner) to scan and repair any pci.sys-related registry problems. Please don't do it again.

We’re just collecting some info, and then we’ll restart for you. Click Programs and Features. Type "command" in the search box... printing).

Type "regedit" and hit ENTER. Click on the Applications, SDK/DDK-associated entry. It freezes at the same spot where x32 XP gives the pci.sys As far as I can tell, there is no SP for x64. Type "update" into the search box and hit ENTER.

Now... The answer is XP with SP2. Because of the importance of Pci.sys in the functionality of Applications, SDK/DDK and other Windows functions, any corruption or damage to this file can create critical system errors in the form Step 5: Uninstall Recently-Installed Program Associated with Applications, SDK/DDK / Pci.sys If your pci.sys BSOD error is related to a specific program, reinstalling Applications, SDK/DDK-related software could be the answer.

In the results, click System Restore. Please try the request again. Take care Patmark __________________ Sometimes its the simplist solution that fixes the problem. Everything in the system has been triple checked for proper placement.

Then, upgrade the version to SP2. navigate here tricky Reply With Quote September 2nd, 2004,09:22 AM #3 NooNoo View Profile View Forum Posts Driver Terrier Join Date Dec 2000 Location UK Posts 31,841 Welcome to Windrivers hughesga Yes, slipstreamed Do you work for Intel? Are there any ideas on how to proceed installing XP x64?

  • Anybody have an idea why XP pro is throwing this stop screen?
  • These troubleshooting steps get progressively more difficult and time consuming, so we strongly recommend attempting them in ascending order to avoid unnecessary time and effort.
  • I hope I'm being clear: XP with SP2!!
  • If a driver is identified in the stop message, disable the driver or check with the manufacturer for driver updates.
  • Click the Remove button on the right side.
  • The good news is that you can often update the device driver to fix your BSOD problem.

You say that the only thing that will work is an xp disk with sp2 slipstreamed onto it, which implies you have such a disk, and you've tried it. You will be prompted with a permission dialog box. In fact, nearly 10% of application crashes in Windows are due to memory corruption. http://mmonoplayer.com/stop-error/stop-error-96-xp.html Any idea how I can get XP on this machine?

i have just built this system so it's a fresh install. On rereading it's perfectly clear Glad you figured it out, and thanks for posting the solution __________________ Microsoft MVP - Windows Expert - Consumer Of course I know all the answers; I posted this here to share, and hopefully help others avoid the 11 hours of trial and error.

How to run “chkdsk” (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10): Click the Start button.

Download memtest: http://www.techspot.com/downloads/500-memtest.html Run the memtest and see what results you get. Jun 26, 2005 #12 cranbo TS Rookie thanks this thread saved my bacon. Jun 19, 2006 #23 Nay TS Rookie I was having this same problem while fixing up my buddy's Dell laptop, and everything I tried didnt work. The XP SP2 slipstreamed disc solved this problem.

But I do have a further question, I initially was trying to install XP pro x64. How to run Memtest86 to scan for memory corruption causing pci.sys STOP errors: Grab an unused USB flash drive and connect it to your PC. In the File Name box, type a name for your backup file, such as "Applications, SDK/DDK Backup". http://mmonoplayer.com/stop-error/stop-error-0x00000019.html I will post results then!

We do not guarantee that problems resulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved. thanks! In the Registry Editor, select the pci.sys-related key (eg. As soon as i changed to a SP2 version of windows all went perfect.