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SR-71 BlackbirdJun 22, 2011, 8:35 AM Is your bios up to date ? I am now thinking back to my original process of installing driver for win7 on my initial install. Since I dont truely know what the problem is I cant really say I solved it but here is what I have done and it works so thats all that matters solved Ethernet controller missing after a fresh restart of Windows XP 32-bit. check over here

After that you would need to copy hal.dll from the XP installation disk to \WINDOWS\system32 So will it delete my pictures and files? Second the install on the pc just finished and rebooted to the same error DISK BOOT FAILURE. When you choose the Unallocated space, you can next step Partition the HDD if you want a second partition or unallocated space at the end.When done this way, Win-7 places a How can hal.dll be missing from XP CD?

Ask ! If so I don't want to do it before getting my pictures off the hard drive. That would answer the second issue of whether it is present or the boot process can't start the Kernal Phase of startup to find it.When you have to make multiple installation INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER.

First I was starting to think my install disk might be damaged in some way and I had been meaning to run boot camp on my mac laptop to dual boot Missing hal.dll after windows updates hal.dll missing.. The install is going right now I will post back shortly if this resolved the issue. Get the answer Best answer 3ogdyDec 8, 2013, 12:58 AM alexb77 said: 3ogdy said: Well, yes, there should be something you could do about that.Have you got a Windows XP installation

Like is there a file I can copy from my installation disk in the Recovery Console? 4 answers Last reply Dec 8, 2013 Best Answer Dec 8, 2013 More about hal IS THERE A REPAIR FOR WINDOWS 7 with the same problem?? I was able to locate various driver to make my msi 661fm3-v motherboard work however one of the drivers I believe the chipset update driver seems to have caused my windows hal.dll error on non-booting partition hal.dll error,then at restart hardisk not working Hal.dll missing errors during fresh install on new HDD More resources See also solved I have three BSOD's in

Back on the original screen it then said unallocated space and showed my 500 gig (480ish actual space) I selected it by clicking it once then clicked next. Once you do that, it will erase files from system32 and recopy them from you XP CD.You won't lose your system configuration after the process if done. The site says the board is win7 compatible but it didnt list any Win 7 drivers so I search around and found several sites that stated to use the Vista drivers No, no...none of your data will be erased.

dj_411Jun 22, 2011, 9:31 AM Yes thank you I have my:primary boot disk (c:) on Primary ide Master DvD RW on Primary ide SlaveLS-120 On Secondary ide Mastersoon to have secondary hal.dll missing? SR-71 BlackbirdJun 22, 2011, 11:36 AM This topic has been closed by Area51reopened Ask a new question Read More Configuration Windows 7 Related Resources solved Reinstalling XP on a netbook, hal.dll Ask a new question Read More Windows Windows XP DLL Related Resources XP Home Ed (hal.dll file is missing or corrupt) Error at b..

I have not idea why my harddrive would be considered an additional boot device and not the ide drive that it is but guess thats a question for another day since check my blog dj_411Jun 22, 2011, 8:34 AM Ok two points of note. dj_411Jun 22, 2011, 8:20 AM Thanks yes I deleted both storage partitions this time and the actual drive partitions so it showed only unallocated space. Good thing I remembered to remove it this time cause sure as anything with out it in the drive my comp went straight to disk boot failure insert system disk and

Remember: the repair process that I'm talking about is NOT based on pressing F6 at the very beginning of the installation process. If so it may have placed the 'boot' partition (the the MS 100 MB reserved partition) there instead of on this new drive. After that you would need to copy hal.dll from the XP installation disk to \WINDOWS\system32 alexb77Dec 7, 2013, 10:46 PM 3ogdy said: Well, yes, there should be something you could do this content I do have a second drive but have yet to connect it since I was hoping to avoid any conflicts until after I knew the initial set was successful.

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Once it loads all the drivers , it will tell you you've already got a Windows installation on your hard drive - AND it will give you the option to repair

solved fix ntldr is missing on windows xp home edition Lubuntu can't boot Missing hal.dll System 32 file Help! First I just installed windows 7 ultimate two days ago on a new clean hard drive. Once it loads all the drivers , it will tell you you've already got a Windows installation on your hard drive - AND it will give you the option to repair Pick the Forum member that helped you the most !

Alrighty, I'll try this and I'll keep you posted. I am now thinking after reading your post that maybe what ever files windows places on the that extra partition or perhaps the actual partition itself is damaged so I am dj_411Jun 22, 2011, 8:44 AM yes dj_411Jun 22, 2011, 8:57 AM ok guys thank you all for your help I have solved the problem ok fine Ive resolved the issue. have a peek at these guys Ask !

Get the answer dj_411Jun 22, 2011, 6:06 AM First, Thanks for the replies. If the screen I'm talking about doesn't show up in order for you to be able to choose to repair your Windows installation, you may have to connect your computer hard If the screen I'm talking about doesn't show up in order for you to be able to choose to repair your Windows installation, you may have to connect your computer hard