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SP2 install on 60GXP causes INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE stop error

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Hi,

after installing SP2 on Win2K Pro, the system won't reboot. It halts with a blue screen at startup with an INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE stop.

I tried to workaround the problem by creating an integrated installation (win2K+SP2 in one shot) and re-install everything, but then the Win2K installer doesn't detect my hard drive in its partitioning screen.

My HDD is a brand new IBM 60GXP 40Go (ATA/100) on an Asus K7M (UDMA/66) mobo.

I searched the web like nuts for articles but got -almost- nothing. If anybody has any idea, feel free to post !

Thanks,

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This could be the issue indeed, since I'm upgrading from Win2K-no SP to SP2 directly.

I'll check it tonight and post back ASAP.

Thanks,

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I see you are helping others in expert mode, but have not managed your own questions asked, this being one example.  Please update and finalize this.  Click your member profile please, view question history, to manage them.
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Dear questionner/expert(s)

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Sorry my mistake,

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