This is the equivalent of sending my Petrol powered car to the garage for a service and having them re-deliver it back home, having topped the tank up with Deisel! I’m just going to wait until they fix it and deal with it MUCH later. Alternatively, call the MS Tech Support line listed above and see if they can walk you through it. The only caveat is that the tool will prompt you several times for each computer. I am trying to do a full reinstall of xp, but every time i try it want me to install sp 3. I installed SP3 at work on a new in Feb. I must, for now, run the system with a USB mouse.

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The error code is 0xc Media is write protected. If you have a problem that is not covered above, that may be your best option for the moment. This was the last driver made for this adapter and was well known 5 years ago.

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Have the A8n-sli deluxe board silicon raid 0, and stable until april 14 then started getting random bsod. If you have a Windows 7 operating system to check on the sidebar how to install this as a Windows 7 driver.

I sent an email to MS for help but not sure where to go next. I would call Microsoft and see what they have to say. Or the monitor does not affect the upgrade to SP3? Thanks for the time-saving in getting this resolved!


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Sounds exactly like what happened to me. I’ve also heard some oem disks don’t have that option. U couldn’t get into safe mode either so I just started a system recovery. Have you tried booting into the recovery console? It is a MESH.

At this point, I am not ready to say that this is caused by using the work-around, but if you have this problem, I would appreciate a note to confirm it. When I turned it back on it went into a constant reboot loop.

Those are now listed below for you to see. Asked to reboot system. The Apple USB keyboard and mouse allowed the system to boot, finally!

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Hi, Managed to get into safe mode and 3ctshpw796 out system restore and computer back to normal but now find the auto update wants to install it This is why HPs desktop images exhibit the problem and the laptop images are fine. I had to delete the registry key mentioned in KB support.

There are plenty of adm cards out there inside machines which are about to update to SP3, Windows Update doesn’t check whether you have one of these cards before automatically installing SP3, so the effect for many users will be a mysterious blue screen and no obvious cause.

The people that have seen it seem to all have custom built AMD computers. If memory serves me right, uninstalling all video drivers before the update worked. Well, that was interesting. They simply did not test the update on a variaty of PC configurations, though their budget allows doing it, and what about the beta testing procedures – I cannot believe no of the thousands of MS testers spontted the issue.


They are home systems.

Both commands will disable the driver before you install the service pack and will prevent the problem from ever occuring. Can you try booting into safe mode or VGA mode and see if that works? Something is very wrong with this service pack. I am thinking about removing the HDD and linking it to a laptop to disable the offending file.

That would also explain why the SP3 installer lays down the driver file on disk even though it did not previously exist. It prevents the user from needing access to the original disks to update, repair, or modify an installation. The spurs game sucked last night, so nothing major, but I need to get it fixed asap, or system restore will have to work it’s magic again.

I tried the whole process again, and it worked fine with 1 normal reboot. Otherwise you will not.