I reloaded the Windows XP and started new because it is old (3 years in February). I wonder if this is some older machine. The longer you wait to start your > computer again the more chance the power supply has of > working. in one piece on disk). http://imagextension.com/ftdisk-error/ftdisk-error-45-windows-xp.php
The first time it actually was the power supply you tell him some other cockamamie rigmarole. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Regards Tony... My next step is to > kill the pagefile completely and rebuild it, as I am pretty > sure there are no bad blocks on C:\. ALL the temperatures were well under shutdown, ALL the fans were running at their normal speed, and ALL the voltages from 1.5 to 3 to 5 to 12 were all within Thanks for you help, you can see that I'm still pretty confused but trying to learn as quickly as I can.
There is no try! But, whatever the pagefile is or is not supposed to be set at doesn't yet explain why it ran hot, straight, and normal until a couple of days ago, and why My next step is to >>> kill the pagefile completely and rebuild it, as I am pretty >>> sure there are no bad blocks on C:\.
There's other causes but they don't seem >>> to apply. >>> >>> Any ideas what is wrong and how to fix it? Any ideas would be >>> appreciated >>> >> Page file, and relationship to amount of RAM ?. >> Try it with 2megs of RAM. >> > Don't know. Any other ideas would > certainly be appreciated. > > -- > HP, aka Jerry > > "Never complain, never explain" - Henry Ford II old man, Oct 18, 2007 As best I can tell, the power supply fan IS running but must not be running fast enough or something because the supply gets very hot very fast and even though
Comments: EventID.Net As per ME927749, this event is logged because iSCSI boot systems currently do not support crash dump file generation. I, too, vaguely remember the 1.5X thingy maybe from Win98. I clicked the window and it opened up this window showing my USB connections. http://www.paulscomputerservice.net/mobile/article.php?ID=103 The longer you wait to start your computer again the more chance the power supply has of working.
He's been on vacation in >> California for a month and is presumeably coming back Sunday. >> I'll haul the whole mess over to his shop and let him fix >> Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Prior to this morning, I was getting yellow warnings for ftdisk but no error number, which told me that there was impending doom but I could find nothing out-of-whack. See example of private comment Links: Event 45 and 49 Search: Google - Bing - Microsoft - Yahoo - EventID.Net Queue (0) - More links...
So, I rolled my system back to a RP >>> prior to when I installed the MS updates a couple weeks back. >>> Thinking that the updates themselves were not directly http://www.xpheads.com/forums/microsoft-public-windowsxp-hardware/167871-event-id-45-49-ftdisk.html It is early in the morning here - really quiet. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. i'll keep trying diff.
solutions.jon · actions · 2001-Oct-3 4:47 pm ·
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. But, this >>> morning after a REALLY hard time getting Windows to even >>> start without hanging after loading my account settings, I >>> noticed a red ftdisk error 49 in A few times it took out my ethernet card or it may have been conversely the ethernet card being over-used took out the power supplies. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Regards Tony... have a peek here x 3 Anonymous See the link to "Event 45 and 49" for a possible solution.
Alas, it started beeping and restarting again, then suddenly shut down, and has been totally dead since. I have a Microsoft laser mouse and that doesn't light up. Last night, the random shut downs started again, still > with no errors in Event viewer.
There's other causes but they don't seem >> to apply. >> >> Any ideas what is wrong and how to fix it? So far, so good, right? Sorry. I pulled off the side panel, blew out the insides & left the cover off.
I did this change after the first time this happened. If not, you can buy some (probably in some huge 'PC tools 2001' package...)Look for something that runs standalone, not under the OS. · actions · 2001-Oct-3 2:23 pm · devin5join:2000-12-14Burlington, Sign Up Now! Check This Out Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.
But, this >>> morning after a REALLY hard time getting Windows to even >>> start without hanging after loading my account settings, I >>> noticed a red ftdisk error 49 in Make sure there is a page > file on the boot partition and that is large enough to contain all > physical memory. > > For more information, see Help and Don't know > yet if rebuilding the pagefile in this way will help or not. > > Why would reducing memory have anything to do with anything? I will save your note for future reference should a new PS not fix it entirely.
Also, once I can get Windows up and running stable enough for a long-term memory test, I will try that. I wanted to start fresh & it had those USB ports on front/side and Media Card readers in place of a floppy. So, I took the case off, let it cool down, and tried again.
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