ROBERT WILLIAMS asked on January 13, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
System32 DRIVERs Pci.sys Error
» I am running XP PRO. When I try to boot up I get the error message that my System32|DRIVERS\pci.sys is missing or corrupt. I cannot boot with OEM disc or in safe mode.
Pci.sys error is an executable application error that is closely related to Pci.sys file. Pci.sys error can be caused by malware & spyware/viruses (Trojan:Win32/Aksula.B) infections, out-of-date or corrupt drivers, obsolete registry entries, horrible registry errors and incorrect version of Pci.sys file. Due to the complicated reasons behind this error, we need a professional fixer for help: DLL Suite.As we know, files with .sys extension also belong to dll files, its error is closely related to other dll files.
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MICHAEL EVERETTE replied on January 18, 2013
- SHAHRULIZAM RASHID replied on January 14, 2013: » First, booting from the OEM disc is not dependent upon windows operating system. In other words, you should be able to boot from the disc regardless of any corrupt or missing windows files. Check to ensure the boot sequence is set properly in your system BIOS. It should be set to boot from the cd rom first and the hdd second usually. You will need to either reinstall windows or run recovery console and replace the missing file. The link below will instruct you on how to replace the file using recovery console.
- ROBERT WILLIAMS replied on January 14, 2013: » My boot sequence is cd first then A drive. When I try to boot from a cd I get an error code 4. Therefore I cannot do a repair. I do not have Recovery Console. I do have vital business files on this drive.
I found the problem to be one of my memory board. I reloaded XP and now IE is having a problem with not connecting. Thanks for all your help so far.
- SHAHRULIZAM RASHID replied on January 16, 2013: » You are welcome for the help. It is what we are here for. Can you give me a little more information about IE not connecting. Is the problem exclusive to IE or have you attempted another browser?
- ROBERT WILLIAMS replied on January 17, 2013: » January 17, 2013
I have used firefox iin the past when it first came out. Now I am getting another error message when I boot up.
0x0000000D1 (0x00000000, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) I don't remember seeing any other message. I unpluged the floopy drive, and cd rom from the mother board and still got the error message. what could cause this problem. Then about 1:15pm (PST) I went to turn it on and see what other message the blue screen gave me and the computer booted up just fine. I don't know what to do this is so frustrating. I can't reistall because I have zipped music files that I use for my DJ work and it would really be hard to re-downlaod 4.500 files. have any ideas for me?
- LIU MINGYU replied on January 18, 2013: » I hope you have external backup drive. If you don't, buy it before you do anything with the computer that you are trying to fix.
Second thing to do is buy Paragon Hard Disk Manager or make a copy of Ubuntu 10.04 LiveCD. Use either of these programs to transfer your data, music, photos, etc...
*CAUTION: Before you begin any thing inside the computer, make sure to discharge static electricity. This is risky and make sure you understand this *
I think you have: (i) a defective motherboard ,or (ii) a defective RAM, or (iii) loose PCI slotted card.. If you have a Desktop Computer, then I would do following two-step procedures: (a) Check RAM is ok (b) Reset hardwares
Step-A: Check RAM. Step-B:
(1) CMOS battery - leave unseated for atleat 10 minutes to have CMOS "forget" the motherboard setting
(2) remove RAM from its seating for 10 minutes. Remove PCI slotted cards (e.g. network, modem, graphics, etc...) for 10 minutes.
(3) Put back all things with CMOS battery at the very end.
(4) Reboot the computer (it may take slighlt longer say 1 to 2 minutes as it puts back all the hardware info into CMOS again.
Hoping that your system was booted OK, then proceed with following optional step of checking all drivers uptodatedness.
(5) Check for computer's BIOS maker site if you need a new BIOS update. One easyway to know is to download a program calledDriverAgent [ http://driveragent.com/?q=driveragent ]. Update necessary drivers.
(6) Put your experience with this suggestion
This may or may not solve the problem if device configuration is corrupted.
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