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These malicious intruders can damage, corrupt, or even delete SYS-related files. Thank you!! 10-12-2010, 03:21 PM #8 patmark TSF Team Emeritus Microsoft Visiting Expert Join Date: Jul 2010 Location: Port Saint Lucie Florida Posts: 1,172 OS: XP home Thanks for any help!! TonyB25 replied Dec 13, 2016 at 8:07 PM i got a virus changed my files... his comment is here

Are there any ideas on how to proceed installing XP x64? Right-Click to bring up the Start Context Menu. Download memtest: http://www.techspot.com/downloads/500-memtest.html Run the memtest and see what results you get. 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!

Neither need an account. They offer a malware removal guarantee that is not offered by other security software. If this is the case, you will need to replace the bad memory to resolve your pci.sys BSODs. It came with a Radeon X300 (a PCI-Express card).

Everything in the system has been triple checked for proper placement. For additional help, Corsair has a great video tutorial on how to run Memtest86: http://www2.corsair.com/training/how_to_memtest/6 Step 10: Perform a Clean Installation of Windows Caution: We must emphasize that reinstalling Windows Thanks buddy. All Rights Reserved.

A black box will open with a blinking cursor. Keep it simple stupid. 10-13-2010, 01:59 PM #19 TheOutcaste Microsoft MVP Join Date: Mar 2009 Location: Portland, OR Posts: 3,339 OS: MS-Dos 6.22 - Win7 Quote: Originally Check with your hardware vendor for any BIOS updates. you could try here than many here (myself not the least these days...).

Reinstalling Windows will erase everything from your hard drive, allowing you to start again with a fresh system. Therefore, I imaged my origional setup on Windows XP Media Center Edition. There must besomething else that XP Prof (without the service packs) does not like, but I have not yet found it. Is anyone else having this problem?

Thanks! her latest blog A black box will open with a blinking cursor. mule Nov 21, 2004 #7 mule91 TS Rookie put the hard drive in a different computer, installed XP and then swapped back into DFI setup. Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site.

But then so were the moon and Mars once...A dump etc. this content And it didn't hurt me, except for minor lost time, because now I know how to slipstream (with a program), and now I don't have to remember that one has no Failing RAM, or RAM with slightly oxidised contacts can often produce all manner of "errors" and BSOD on startup - and shut down... Please see "Causes of Pci.sys Errors" below for more information.

You have to use a Windows XP disk that includes SP2 to install. Step 1: Update Your PC Device Drivers It's highly likely that your Pci.sys blue screen errors are related to corrupt or outdated device drivers. You didn't PM me, I just scanned the email and thought you did. http://pdfdx.com/bsod-stop/bsod-stop-8e-win32k-sys.html supermicro X6DA8-G2 3.2GHz 800fsb nocona xeons 2GB kingston DDR2-400 (1024 x 2) 3 seagate 15k U320 cheetahs pny quadro fx 3400 PCi-E (all other pci cards and non-vital peripherals have been

If it installs and works fine, I'll decide that it's done then. All the other disks were already at least SP2, so I won't bother slipstreaming anymore. Incorrectly editing your registry can stop your PC from functioning and create irreversible damage to your operating system.

Could anyone tell me if I can make an XPpro CD with SP1 added to the install disk?

Nov 20, 2004 #3 Spike TS Evangelist Posts: 2,168 Mule:- have you just built your system? Below is a list of troubleshooting steps to resolve your pci.sys problems. managed, Sep 24, 2008 #5 des000 Thread Starter Joined: May 29, 2008 Messages: 255 I slipstreamed the disc with SP2, again using nLite. So I did what was posted here.

Failing RAM, or RAM with slightly oxidised contacts can often produce all manner of "errors" and BSOD on startup - and shut down... but a trawl (google) usingpci.sys error during shutdown windows XPdoes bring up a host of hits - all generally around XP; but also with some windows 7 systems too...http://forums.techguy.org/windows-x...is typical of Reply With Quote July 24th, 2006,12:59 PM #11 marcellosales View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Jul 2006 Posts 1 Hello... http://pdfdx.com/bsod-stop/bsod-stop-24-ntfs-sys.html At first I thought this might be a graphics card problem, but it seems to be working perfectly...

Stay logged in Sign up now! Click Programs. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. 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.

Thus, these invalid Applications, SDK/DDK registry entries need to be repaired to fix the root of the problem. Are you getting the exact same error message? Blue Screen on both restarting windows (after flag entrance, crashed)... In the search box, type "System Restore" and hit ENTER.

Safari Chrome IE Firefox Support Navigation Support Support Home Drivers and Software Product Specifications Warranty Warranty Center Track Warranty Status Submit a Warranty Request Support Community Contact Us Support by Product Once I find out the culprit I will post it here. 10-13-2010, 10:47 AM #15 patmark TSF Team Emeritus Microsoft Visiting Expert Join Date: Jul 2010 Location: I could have save myself some time tho as the IDE drive I tested with had already been kill disked. A memory test will scan for hard memory failures and intermittent errors, either of which could be causing your pci.sys blue screen of death.

The only driver needed would be for Sata or Raid, if the Home and Media Centre CD's didn't need a driver slipstreamed in then XP Pro shouldn't either. Use Registry Editor at your own risk.