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PCI Network Controller on Motherboard

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Nitram007, Dec 16, 2011.

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  1. Nitram007

    Nitram007 Thread Starter

    Dec 16, 2011
    I am using a ROCK Xtreme 64 Laptop which has suddenly decided not to boot to the Windows Xp operation system.

    Instead I get the following message;

    Resource Conflict PCI Networking on Motherboard Bus: 00, Device: 0A, Function: 00

    Is this fatal or can it possibly be fixed (even temporarily so I can get at My data)
  2. Elvandil


    Aug 1, 2003
    You can get your data only if the hard drive has not faled. If it has, all is lost. That is why you need backups.

    Try removing any unneeded PCI devices just to get the machine booted.

    Or recover your files with a bootable CD.

    Parted Magic disk partitoning tool (Bootable CD image)
    If you prefer a bootable USB key, download and run Linux Live USB Creator. Choose the Parted Magic distro, and it will download it and automatically create a bootable USB key.

    This CD (or key) contains many useful tools. You can partition, recover files, recover lost partitions, make disk images (by several different methods), transfer files between media, scan for viruses (It can serve as an Alternative Trusted Platform for search and elimination of rootkits and bootkits), examine and benchmark hardware, access the internet, and much more.
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