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MSI 349D PRO 1.0 Windows error.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by H4N$L!, Sep 8, 2004.

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  1. H4N$L!

    H4N$L! Thread Starter

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    Hi @ all!

    I have got a MSI 349D PRO Motherboard. The Motherboard seems very good, if it would work with windows. I have tried everything on it.... WinXP, Win 98, WinLonghorn, Win 3.1. On XP, 98, Longhorn and 3.1, i can run the setup, but never finish it. XP copys up to 7%, then he can't read from the drive, even if the CD is all right. Soetimes XP setup also says: Page_Fault_in_nonpaged_area. 98 does never start setup. Longhorn is a copy from a freind, therefor it never works. Win 3.1 setup nearly finishes, but when it should do a Pagefile (or soemthing like that) it hangs.
    The only thing that works is: MS-DOS boot diskette.

    My hardware is:
    Motherboard: MSI 349D PRO
    Processor: Pentium 3, 933MHz
    RAM: 2 x 128MB (Kingston + OEM)
    Adaptec PCI SCSI controller
    HDD: IBM 9GB
    Quantum Fireball 2GB
    Graficcard: Matrox (something for two screens) 64MB
    FDD
    CD-ROM
     
  2. Funkmeister

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    This would appear to be relevant to your problem and suggests that it is a memory issue.

    Have you tried the same components on another motherboard?

    Best,
     
  3. H4N$L!

    H4N$L! Thread Starter

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    Now the problem probably maybe lays on the hdd, but it can't be wrong in file system, because it is newly formatted.
    I get this stop message:

    *** STOP: 0x00000023 (0x000E0100, 0xF88E01EC, 0xF88DFEEC, 0xF89F79D5)

    *** fastfat.sys - Address F89F79D5 base at F89F4000, DateStamp 3b7de38a
     
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