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Error installing windows 2003 STD

Posted on 2008-06-11
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People good morning

I have a big problem with Intel Mother DQ35MP

I am trying to install windows 2003 Std. Eng during the installation and get a blue screen with the error code 0x0000000A

That the mother was not in HCL for windows 2003, but I do ride with windows 2003.

I suppose that the mistake was due to a problem with the driver disk Sata.
The model ich9 this only for Windows XP and Windows Vista.

I will try ICH6 drivers, who are 7 or 8 for windows 2003
Or any driver sat Generico.

Let me recommend?

Thank you
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Question by:thor_08
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by:Karl12347
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I have sometimes resolved issues like this by disabling SATA native mode in the BIOS.

Hope this helps.
Karl
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by:andyms56
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hi m8 this error can allso be caused by fulty ram if you have more than one stick of ram in the computer try removeing all but one and see if it dose it again if it dose change the ram again
andy
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by:thor_08
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ihello guys, first of all thank you for your
answers.

on the first, I put the raid in Legacy mode and does not work either

Regarding the second, remove the memory of 1gb ram SUPERTALENT that had him and place 2 memory modules 2gb ram Kingstong and continues to do the same.

Any generic driver that I can pass or some other assistance.

Thank you
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by:thor_08
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Hello people, after a while long search and found him look around,
the pc has a Core 2 duo, in the installation of Windows 2003 will alter the HAL and put him "ACPI Uniprocessor PC,"  and there were installed Windows without problems and walk perfect and very stable.
Now the issue is that Windows stay with a single Micro, looking with other people, they have the windows in 2003 that mother with Core 2 Duo and never had problems
So I begin to think that is an issue of the mother or the mic.
It seems to me that what I am going to lead to guarantee
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Hello people, finally know that the problem was?
The windows 2003, yes. Les story.
I was using a CD of Windows 2003 Standard, without service pack. And gave the Blue Screen, that way you change the HAL and ensure that walk with a single microprocessor.
Then use a CD of Windows 2003 SP1 and install perfectly. without changing the HAL and drivers Sata Windows XP. Thank you
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by:sithirailingam
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oh my god finally my problem solved like a gem thank you guys it  is working for me thanks
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