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Windows protection error, urgent!!

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by olivercoles, Jan 7, 2003.

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  1. olivercoles

    olivercoles Thread Starter

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    Hey, I just changed the graphics card, motherboard and processor in my totaly stable system. I now have a Asus P4PE a P4 2.4B and a Albatron GF4Ti 4200 64Mb. I'm running windows 98 gold.

    Obviously, it didnt run smoothly

    On booting I got the message:

    While initializing device NDIS:
    Windows protection error. You need to restart your computer.


    I manages to boot my computer by booting with steop-by-step comformation and choosing not to load NDIS and NDIS2sup.

    My computer runs fine wihtout these but because they are something to do with networking I can't acces the internet or my lan, not to mention the 5 minute long process to boot!!!

    can anyone spread any light on the subject? Anyhelp much apreciated.

    Oliver
     
  2. bassetman

    bassetman Moderator (deceased) - Gone but never forgotten

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    I found this http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/D845GVAD2/tti002.htm

    May be of help.

    John

    PS

    Here some more info from another forum.

    It is from the bottom of the page here http://www.annoyances.org/exec/forum/win98/t1036274253

    John
     
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