I keep getting the following Event Log error message on a daily basis: Microsoft Web Platform Installer 4. In the list of hardware categories, click on system devices and then double-click the device name. If this worked correctly and booted to mhdd you should see a screen that says Microsoft windows 98 startup menu. It may warn you that the disk is locked and then ask if you would like to run chkdsk the next time the computer is restarted, type in y and hit enter, then reboot the computer and wait don’t hit any keys and chkdsk will start automatically. Message 2 of 2. Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list.
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Paul Desmond White Replied on June 25, The server could not start.
T – Choose to drain external battery first [Feature Request]. Sata Operation may also be by itself in that first screen list.
In reply to ZueZuesPetals’s post on January 31, Click on sata operation and take note of the current setting to the right it will probably be set to AHCI it will need to be switched back to this conect MHDD is done running. I recently purchased a Gateway NVu brand new notebook.
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As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to th existing one unless you are logged in. I figure it is safer to stick to drivers provided by Gateway.
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Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. In reply to Afzal Taher’s post on May 28, In reply to rafael: This will not solve anything since the notebook is brand new and I have been receiving this Event ID warning since the beginning. Select ATA, compatibility conhect ide mode and then click apply. Thanks for marking this as the answer.
If all of the sectors were ok and fell within the range of: I’m running Windows XP and have the latest updates. One kid brought in a desktop that he slammed his hand on the top of out of anger, the drive was destroyed.
I’ve forgotten my password. How come MS is suggesting possible fixes but I have never heard anybody explain what the underlying problem is? For backups, use an external drive or better yet 2 for redundancy.