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Can't loading windows after recovery

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by willowyang, Sep 13, 2003.

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  1. willowyang

    willowyang Thread Starter

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    Just did full format on my Win 98, after that, follow the instruction take out the recovery disc and restart computer, a pop up window from Explorer shows:

    This program has performed an illegal operation and will be shut down.

    If the problem persists, contact the program vendor.

    Detail shows:

    EXPLORER caused an invalid page fault in module EXPLORER.EXE at 015f:00401f31.

    Registers:
    KAX=00000000 CS=015f KIP=00401f31 KFLGS=00010246
    KBX=00000001 SS=0167 KSP=005fff3c KBP=005fff44
    KCX=c15bdcb0 DS=0167 KSI=00000000 FS=28df
    KDX=005fff4c KS=0167 KDI=004000000 CS=0000

    Bytes at CS:KIP:
    8b 08 50 ff 11 8b 45 08 50 8b 08 ff 51 08 8b 45

    Stack dump:
    00401ee0 005fff4c 005fff84 00405cac 00000000
    00400000 00000000 00000001 00404436 0059fc20
    00405c77 00000000 00000000 005ffde0 00000000
    005fffbc

    Please help. Thanks.
     
  2. A Hawk

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    If you've formatted the drive you'll need to load windows of the full version of win 98 disc. :) Probably pay to start again, run fdisk and format then reload windows.;)
     
  3. willowyang

    willowyang Thread Starter

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    I have windows 98 installed. I can see big Microsoft Winodws 98 at the beginning, and ask me to Enter Network Password, after that, the Explorer message showing.
     
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