Where X is usually the numeral 1 or 2 but could be any number.
This may also be caused by fragmentation on the local drive, bad copy across the network, or you may have a typographical error in the Unattend.txt configuration file.
- Check the CMOS settings for the computer and verify all settings are correct. You may need to reset the CMOS setting back to factory defaults.
- Check for a L2 cache failure (if it's a Pentium pro machine the L2 cache is built in on the processor).
- Check for bad or mismatched RAM Memory SIMM Modules.
- Remove adapter cards such as NIC, Modems, Sound cards that are not required for booting.
- If all the above fail to detect the problem, there may be a problem with the motherboard.
Id. de artículo: 174264 - Última revisión: 10/31/2006 - Revisión: 1