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Invalid System Configuration Error

Q: Invalid System Configuration Error

I was trying to repair a software installation (Iomegatools) by removing and reinstalling this software. My system froze after the installation and I shut down the computer and tried to restart Windows XP. On restart, I get a black screen with white type indicating I have an invalid system configuration. It suggests I run Setup to input the correct date and time. When I get past that it starts to load windows XP but freezes on a blue screen with the Windows XP logo but no User logon information. Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Jon B

A: Invalid System Configuration Error

Have you tried to start the machine in safe mode and use XP system restore yet?

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When I bootup the message reads "Invalid system configuration" - run configuration utilty,press 1 to resume or f2 to enter setup. Pressing 1 takes you into windows. Everything is fine except I can't dial out.Larry I read your advice in the archives.It helped now I can dial out. However the Invalid system configuration message still appears when I bootup.Any suggestions?
 

A:Invalid system configuration

This can mean a few things. There is a resource conflict of some sort, but the exact sort...

Press F2 to enter setup. Many systems will pop a message up right there telling you what is wrong.

There isn't another message is there? Like 3F8 resource conflict, invalid configuration, press F2?

You said you couldn't dial - so, in Windows Device Manager check what IO and IRQ your Modem and COM ports are set to. When you go into setup with F2 make sure none of the COM ports in there are set to the same numbers.

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Anyone with a clue on how to solve this problem

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I keep getting this error message at start up. It gives me the option of F1 to resume or F2 to enter set up. When I hit F1 it starts fine enough but I'm concerned about this. Follows is a start up list report and then a hijack this log.

start up list log

StartupList report, 4/15/2006, 8:49:48 PM
StartupList version: 1.52
Started from : C:\Program Files\StartUpList\StartupList.EXE
Detected: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
Detected: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)
* Using default options
==================================================

Running processes:

C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\GWHotKey.exe
C:\Program Files\MusicMatch\MusicMatch Jukebox\mmtask.exe
C:\Program Files\HP\HP Software Update\HPWuSchd2.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVGFRE~1\avgcc.exe
C:\Program Files\Logitech\MouseWare\system\em_exec.exe
C:\Program Files\Zone Labs\ZoneAlarm\zlclient.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\ctfmon.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVGFRE~1\avgamsvr.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Grisoft\AVGFRE~1\avgupsvc.exe
C:\PROGRA~1\Symantec\NORTON~1\GHOSTS~2.EXE
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VS7DEBUG\MDM.EXE
C:\WINDOWS\system32\nvsvc32.exe
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\ZoneLabs\vsmon.exe
C:\WINDOWS\system32\utilman.exe
C:\Program Files\StartUpList\Startu... Read more

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Hi all,

I have a problem with my internet connection on my PC.

The internet connection works fine, until I let my PC idle for about an hour or so. The connection then dies, but can be repaired by the Windows Troubleshooter which fixes the error message about the invalid IP configuration.

I've reset the modem and the router many times. Did not help.

Any (more) ideas?
Windows 7 | PC connected with wire and wireless from router | Wireless keeps working to other devices, but not to PC

A:How to avoid "invalid IP configuration" connection error?

There is a setting in the properties of the network card to Power it down when idle. Turn that off and see what happens.

You have to go to Device Manager to get to that setting.

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I am running into an issue with users renaming files on a shared drive. When the users try to rename, they get the error "A file name can't contain any of the following characters: \ / : * ? < > |". However, neither the new or old filename contains
any of these characters, or any other invalid characters as far as I can determine, just alphanumeric characters and spaces.When they try to rename it again, it works without an issue.
I have found reports of this error being generated if the file path is too long, but all users are accessing this from a shared drive, and even if the share name is taken into account the file path and name are easily under 100 characters.
I have 3 users on 3 different systems reporting this issue, so I don't think it is user error.
The workstations are running Windows 7 Pro, SP1. The server is Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise, Service Pack 2.
The users are located at a remote site, and accessing the share over a site to site VPN. There are XP workstations at the site as well, that do not appear to be having the issue.
Any help, suggestions, or guidance is greatly appreciated!

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Friend has and HP a535w that is producing an error, machine boots up until the XP media center splash screen and then an error box appears:System Configuration ErrorThe system has detected a configuration error. Please report this error to customer care using the phone number found in the Warranty and support guide that came with your PC. Unless corrected this error will prevent your PC form operating properly.Turn off your PC by pressing and holding the power button. After a few seconds your PC will automatically turn off. (Code Purple).'i searched google and the only thing i could find http://www.resellerratings.com/forum/tech-...ode-purple.htmlwas that this had something to do with "tattooing" the recover to the motherboard, and a workaround was to attach the HDD to a usable system andopen up C:\hp\bin\ConfigCheck\cfgchk.bat with notepad and modify the section that checks to see if the hard drive is tattoo'd to have it not bother checking at all. (although the hard drive will be running as slave so replace the C:\ with whatever drive letter Windows assigns it) The line to remove is: "python c:\hp\bin\ConfigCheck\run.py". This worked great for me and I hope it helps anyone else who comes along this thread as an alternative to dealing with tattoo'ing the motherboard or hard drive. i did this and cannot find the .bat file, that path does not exist.this machine is out of warranty and we do not want... Read more

A:HP system configuration error

http://www.techimo.com/forum/applications-...ode-purple.htmla couple of pages into this thread seem to have several fixes.

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I got this error after I did a Compaq System Recovery.
Your system has detected a configuration error. Please report this error to Customer Care using the phone number found in the Warranty and Support Guide that came with your PC. Unless corrected, this error will prevent your PC from operating properly. Turn off your PC by pressing and holding the Power button. After a few seconds your PC will automatically turn off. (Code Purple)
Help!
 

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Hi guys, I was helping my girlfriend install a game on her computer the other night and she kept getting errors not allowing her to finish it. I recognized them as Windows Errors for NET 1.1+ and possibly something else. I then checked around to see if she had missed any windows updates which she had, so I had her install to the current standing ones and try again. She is now just getting one error in particular that says: Error System Invalid Operation Exception Error Cannot process the request because the process (2620) has exited.Then it lists strings of boolean items and it won't go away without forcing an Alt+Control+Delete. I have attached a screenshot of the error just in case. Anyone know how I can help her fix this? By the way, she is running an older Windows XP machine.
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A:System Invalid Operation Exception Error

<<I recognized them as Windows Errors for NET 1.1+ and possibly something else...>>

Based on what, please? What were the exact messages?

Did you uninstall/reinstall MS.NET 1.1?

System manufacturer and model?

Is NET 1.1 the latest version of NET installed?

Louis

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error: "local area network doesn't have a valid ip configuration"

Problem on another machine:
aCER aSPIRE w/ windows 7
Had internet previously; no changes made to machine EXCEPT
swapped hardwire internet connection from Linksys router to a temp set up on a laptop.
Couldn't get laptop to connect via hardwire - went wireless instead
Upon return of cable to ASPIRE, got above error message
Running connection Wizard doesn't do it!
 

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i have a wireless modem. unfortunately, i can't connect to the internet unless i'm using the LAN cable connecting from the modem to my laptop. i have run the troubleshooter and it says "invalid ip configuration" or something like that. i've also run ipconfig/all in command prompt (i'm not an expert in this but i go through some forum and they say try like this).

without the cable:
C:\Users\AP>ipconfig/all

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : AP-PC
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : JMicron PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Adap
ter
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 20-CF-30-64-F8-A4
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes

Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Atheros AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 48-5D-60-38-29-9A
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes

Tunnel adapter isatap.{8BFF2FC5-0B0C-4FDD-A... Read more

A:Invalid IP configuration

Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::cd8f:b300:edba:9ec0%14(Preferred)Click to expand...

Most of our routers do not support IPv6 well (if at all).

Google for how to disable IPv6
 

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A couple Months ago I went to get on my Computer "Dell Inspiron 531 with Windows 7" and well Yellow Triangle saying "no Internet Access" now tonight same thing 2 Months later I was gonna go on the Internet. Same BULLSHIT. I use that PC everyday. No it is not our Modem, all other PC's work fin and Wi-Fi works great as well. I have tried the same PC on another cord nothing still same stupid BS.

No I never updated anything, all stuff is up to date already anyways. Last time this issue happened exactly "one Week later the Internet started working again on it's own after I Unplugged then Replugged the Ethernet Cable" in and been fine till tonight again. I am at my Wits end with this Effing thing!

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I had Win 7 working fine on my other laptop. It has started giving me trouble connecting to the internet. The troubleshooting completes. Tells me its resolved and I continuously get a "Local Area Connection doesnt have a valid IP configuration". The wireless network says "Unidentified Network" No Internet Access. I tried uninstalling and reistalling the drivers and it didnt work.

It started happening after I uninstalled Jetico Personal Firewall.

A:Invalid IP Configuration

See if flushing the DNS cache works to solve the problem.Open a command prompt....from the Start menu, select Run > In the box/"open field", enter cmd.exe enter ipconfig /flushdns press 'enter'

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I don't know what happened but since Monday, I can't connect to our workplace's WiFi..
I don't know what to do..
Please help..




Network Connection Details:


Also, there was a time that I tried to connect and it said that another computer is using the same IP Address.. (something like that)..

I hope someone can help me!
Thanks!


-G

A:Invalid IP Configuration

It appears that your wifi's dhcp is down (or turned off). You may have to assign the IP info manually or find out why your wifi dhcp is not working. Is there someone at work that manages the wifi?

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Hi i bought a COMPAQ pc, windows XP desktop in 2003 at a local Best Buy. I was creating a second user account for the system when it froze and shut down. Upon restart, the loading Windows XP black load screen that shows up right after power returns froze and a window came up saying system configuration error. I am currently 20 miles from my house ,and on a different computer obviously, but the i can remember that the error tells me that if problem is not fixed please call the number in my computer manual. I would LOVE to avoid waiting on the phone please help !~~!! please..My only solution i could think of was using the system restore disk but i do not even know if the boot up goes far enough for the PC to read the disk. Please help and thank you for your time.
 

A:System Configuration Error and no Boot up :(

Hi and welcome. See if you can start in safe mode. For a system this old, I doubt you'll get anywhere calling the number in the computer manual anyway.
 

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I have a COMPAQ laptop,Windows XP Home Edition
Each time I start up my computer, the following message shows up:

"You have used the System Configuration Utility to make changes to the way Windows starts. The System Configuration Utility is currently in Diagnostic or Selective Startup mode, causing this message to be displayed and the utility to run every time Windows starts. Choose the Normal Startup mode on the general tab to start Windows normally and undo the changes you made using the System Configuration Utility."

I have already checked the "Normal Startup" box but after restarting, the message pops up again.
I can't even connect to the internet, and my anti-virus doesn't detect anything bad. HELP PLEASE!!
 

A:System Configuration Utility error

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My Father-in-Law brought over the computer we gave him for Christmas and said it was not working. I started it up and got this message "your system has detected a configuration error. Please report this error to customer care...blah blah" I tried a system recovery but it had no effect. I tried clearing the cmos and that had no effect either. I tried using the recovery cd's that I made for it and got a message saying the cd's were not for the correct model?!?!?! What is going on here?

PC Info:
HP Pavilion a430n
XP sp1

Any help would be appreciated, Thanks in advance

-Nate
 

A:Solved: Help with System Configuration Error

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Hi there,

Yesterday I used Macrium Reflect (free version) to clone my Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit install to a new larger SSD (went from Sandisk Ultra 256GB to Crucial MX100 512GB). The clone operation worked perfectly, and I then extended the cloned destination partition to the maximum available space using the Windows Disk Management tool which also worked okay. I then switched the machine off, swapped the SSDs over (completely removing the old one), and switched back on. I received a 'Invalid System Disk, press any key' error during the boot process, but I hit a key and the machine booted fine. I continue to receive this error now upon booting but it does not prevent the system from booting.

Can anyone suggest why this might be happening?

Many thanks!

A:Invalid System Disk Startup Error following SSD to SSD Clone

Hello and welcome Jon mate that is how I do mine and I think maybe you should have let that partitioning process alone first to see if it worked .

What I use for partition work is preferably the Partition Wizard program Free download Magic Partition Manager Software, partition magic alternative, free partition magic, partition magic Windows 7 and server partition software - Partition Wizard Online I find it much more flexible for that and a heap of other stuff too the free version is fine

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okay
i've been trying to fix my computer
and i've been getting a rundll error upon opening windows saying "Error loading C:\WINDOWS\Ahanogapoga.dll The Specified module could not be found."
as well as another one one saying "Error loading C:\WINDOWS\uyemusetube.dll The Specified module could not be found."
i also got a "invalid system disk, replace the disk, then press any key" message last time i started my computer before windows loaded

information about my computer is that i run windows XP, ( i don't have the disks for XP), its a netbook so I have no disk drive. And I never set a system restore point/date so i can't just do a system restore
also I can't get on the internet due to the problem
so i have to save apps and files to a thumb drive on a different computer and then upload them on my computer

so if any body can help me at all please do

A:2 rundll errors and a invalid system disk error

I would start with a chkdsk. Simply open a command prompt and type in "chkdsk c: /r" without the quotes. Windows will ask you to restart, and when you do, the chkdsk will begin. See if it has any errors and if it detects any bad sectors.

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i tried to install office 2000 on my computer which runs with windows95, and i think i inadvertantly erased something important when i was trying to make room. now whenever i turn my computer on, i get this message: "invalid system disk. replace disk and press any key to continue" or something along that line. it won't go any farther than that. the problem is that i don't have the disk i installed windows95 with. what can i do.
 

A:invalid system disk error message -- arrrggghhh!

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I have a user that restarted her computer becasuse she was not able to log into our terminal server farm. When she tried to login to her desktop, she get the error in the title. I as a domian and enterprise admin also cannot login to her pc. Any suggestions?

Thanks for the advice.
 

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Network:

Verison Router w/ DHCP 192.168.1.X
DLINK access point using DLINK router w/ DHCP 192.168.0.X
Cisco access point using DLINK router w/ DHCP 192.168.0.X

Problem:

New Toshiba notebook connects to Verizon router without difficulty, but cannot connect to DLINK or CISCO without "LIMITED" usage (IP configuration error) [With a lot of reset, renew and Win8 troubleshooting it will connect to the DLINK for about an hour, but the magic must be repeated after an hour or so]

History:

4 other Notebooks connect succesfully to any of the 3 access points
3 Phones connect succesfully to any of the 3 access points
2 Tablets connect succesfully to any of the 3 access points

Reason for DLINK or Cisco Connection:

Verizon router is outside of the local network containing shared drives.

More details:

available to serious responders

A:Invalid IP configuration with a different twist

It may help to add the secondary subnet, IP, etc. to the advanced IPv4 TCP/Ip settings of which ever NIC you are using on the Toshiba, this is sometimes required when connecting to different subnets with the same NIC, although I'm not completely sure why it's not connecting to the other access points like the other notebooks.

The Toshiba may have one of those so called trial anti virus software's creating problems or some of the preinstalled Toshiba bloatware may be causing problems here.

Those other two routers may require a firmware update to work with Windows 8.

You might try setting up a single subnet through the Verizon router, turning off DHCP on the other routers so they can pick up an IP from the Verizon routers DHCP, though this doesn't suit your needs it may help to narrow down the problem.

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I did the paperclip trick and now instead of the password prompt it says this on my dell d600 any help would be great
 

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Hi, newbie here - first post, hope it's not a duplicate and is in the right place!!

I have a Dell 4550, when I boot it up it comes to a screen saying "Invalid configuration information - please run setup program"

I then get the option to hit F1 to continue or F2 to run setup utility. Ususally, I will go into the setup utility and make the date and time correct and then carry on. This will fix the problem for that day but then the same thing will happen the next day.

Can anyone shed any light on a possible long term solution please?

Thanks in advance
 

A:Invalid Configuration Information

Your CMOS battery may have reached the end of useful product life. $3.50 at Wal-Mart. Or it may merely be loose.
 

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Hello,
I am having intermittent connection issues to the Internet when connecting via my ethernet adapter. My modem connects to my router (D-Link DIR-825) which connects to a Sling Media Powerline kit (see here) via my electrical system which then connects to my ethernet adapter (nVidia nForce network adapter).
I can connect to my router wirelessly perfectly fine. However, when using my ethernet adapter, it will intermittently stop working every ~10-20 minutes or so for a period of ~10-20 minutes. If I run the Windows 7 network troubleshooter it informs that my connection does not have a valid IP configuration and that the default gateway is not available, but it cannot fix either of these problems. Eventually it seems to sort itself out, but it is only temporary. Previously, this network configuration had been working perfectly fine for nearly a year.
When I run ipconfig /all in the command prompt, I get the following relevant portions when it is not working:

Code:
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
C:\Windows\system32>ipconfig /all
Windows IP Configuration
Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Frank-PC
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Broadcast
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
DNS Suffix Search List. . . . . . : cinci.rr.com
Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection:
Connection-specific... Read more

A:Intermittent invalid IP configuration

To confirm, the computer did not work with a static IP?
 

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Hello,

I am having intermittent connection issues to the Internet when connecting via my ethernet adapter. My modem connects to my router (D-Link DIR-825) which connects to a Sling Media Powerline kit (see here) via my electrical system which then connects to my ethernet adapter (nVidia nForce network adapter).

I can connect to my router wirelessly perfectly fine. However, when using my ethernet adapter, it will intermittently stop working every ~10-20 minutes or so for a period of ~10-20 minutes. If I run the Windows 7 network troubleshooter it informs that my connection does not have a valid IP configuration and that the default gateway is not available, but it cannot fix either of these problems. Eventually it seems to sort itself out, but it is only temporary. Previously, this network configuration had been working perfectly fine for nearly a year.

When I run ipconfig /all in the command prompt, I get the following relevant portions when it is not working:

Code:
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
C:\Windows\system32>ipconfig /all
Windows IP Configuration
Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Frank-PC
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Broadcast
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
DNS Suffix Search List. . . . . . : cinci.rr.com
Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection:

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A:Intermittent invalid IP configuration

It looks like you want to use your lan connection so I would disable your wifi and if that fixes your problem search this site for how to change the metric of your lan just in case you want to enable your wifi for some reason set your lan to metric 1 and your wifi to something higher like 10

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Hello,

I recently built two PCs. The master uses an ASUS p9x79 Deluxe mobo; the slave uses an ASUS p9x79 mobo. Both have an Intel 82579V Gigabit LAN Controller. I connected the two with a crossover cable and was able to share data via Remote Desktop, but I was unable to identify the "unidentified network". I have tried changing the network location to both a work location and a home location, but neither attempt successfully allowed me to properly identify the network (i.e. change the name, change the icon, etc.) Then, I had a so-called IT specialist come over. He scratched his head for an hour and couldn't figure out the problem either. He suggested that I buy a switch, which I did. I bought a Cisco five-port Gigabit switch. Each computer connects to the switch with a CAT 6 patch cable. Unfortunately, this did not resolve the issue. I am only trying to connect these two PCs to each other; not to the internet, and not to anything else. When I use the Win7 troubleshooter it has informed me that there is an "invalid IP configuration". An automatic IP assignment as well as a static IP assignment has yielded the same result (i.e. an "unidentified network") The static IP addresses that I used are as follows: Master = 192.168.5.10; Slave = 192.168.5.11; both have a subnet of 255.255.255.0. The firewall has been turned off on both computers, and I do not have the Bonjour software installed. Could it have to do with the slave computers certification? ... Read more

A:Troubleshooting Invalid IP Configuration

Welcome to the Seven Forums.

Since no one has answered your post - I'll take a stable at it.

It seems that W7 wants to see (communicate with) a gateway IP address. I've not actually tried this (hence my hesitation to post in your thread) but you can try this:

Master = 192.168.5.10 and a gateway of 192.168.5.11

Slave = 192.168.5.11 and a gateway of 192.168.5.10

That might let you change some of the things you want to change - or maybe not.

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Hi all,
So I walked in to my office one day and found that I could not connect to my work network. I work for a small company, and we've got 3 computers and a printer hard-wire networked through one router.

I can currently connect wirelessly, but we'd like to be hard-wired. I've tried setting a static IP, disabling IPv6, disabling IPv6 and IPv4 firewalls on the router, disabling the computer's firewall, replacing the physical cable, tried a tcp/ip reset and even bought and installed a new network adapter. Nothing has worked.

I know the drill, so I've attached my IPCONFIG print-out and a screen shot of my router's DCHP Client list. My computer is Geomancer.

I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate, SP 1.
Thanks!

Below are the results of the ping test with the wireless adapter disabled.

ECHO is on.

Pinging 192.168.1.1 with 32 bytes of data:
Request timed out.
Reply from 192.168.1.137: Destination host unreachable.
Request timed out.
Request timed out.

Ping statistics for 192.168.1.1:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 1, Lost = 3 (75% loss),

Pinging 46.228.47.115 with 32 bytes of data:
Request timed out.
Request timed out.
Reply from 192.168.1.137: Destination host unreachable.
Request timed out.

Ping statistics for 46.228.47.115:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 1, Lost = 3 (75% loss),
Ping request could not find host google.com. Please check the name and try again.
Unable to resolve target system name google.com.
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Supermario, my name is cher and im in trouble. Im disabled and i cant find my disc. I have an hp pavillion all in one desktop hp pavillion 23 all in one. My screen pulls up the startup menu. Can u help me? My email is [Personal Information Removed] and i can give you my phone number. I REALLY need help. Thank u so much

A:Re: Your system has detected a configuration error. Code pu...

 Code Purple is a hardware failure.  You need to contact HP direct.

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This a.m. I was greeted by this System Configuration Utility message popup:

You have used the System Configuration Utility to make changes to the way Windows starts.

The System Configuration Utility is currently in Diagnostic or Selective Startup mode, causing this message to be displayed and the Utility to run every time Windows starts.

Choose the Normal Startup mode on the General tab to start Windows normally and undo the changes you made using the system Configuration Utility.
-----------------------------------------------------------

Yesterday I used the system configuration utility to untick a program in the Startup menu. Is that why I am getting this message now?

If I follow the directions and select the Normal Startup option, will all the services that I have painstakingly turned off over time start running on startup again? Or will it just load the one application it changed?

Could I restore the registry from a few days ago instead? And, if I do that, will the tracking cookies I finally got rid of by setting them to be deleted at start-up reappear?

Another question I have is, what is the utility used for, if not to make changes? Is it just to look at? What good is it then?

HP Pavilion - Pentium(R) 4CPU
160GB HDD 512 MB RAM
Windows XP SP2 Home
 

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Hi Everyone,

I have System Restore enabled on my Windows 7 Computer however there are 0 bytes allocated to Restore Points -

When I attempt to allocate space I am met with the following -

I click OK and then...

I do have adequate space on my drive -

I have tried turning System Restore On & Off and this has not improved the situation.

Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

Kind Regards,

Davo
 

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ok my sister formatted her hard drive to wipe it out and reinstall windows...ok ...now she gets an invalid system disk error ...replace disk...and blah...blah...blah...well there is no disk in computer....yes i have tried booting from a win floppy...made numerous copies tried them all...all connections are tight...she has a western digital hard drive even tried their tools...just will not do anything...help..help...help
 

A:formatted hard drive...invalid system disk error

If its not booting from a correctly formatted and created boot floppy, then you need to go into the BIOS and make the floppy drive higher in the boot order than the Hard Drive. Sounds like its still finding the Hard Drive, or you are not correctly formatting and creating a boot floppy with all the system files and the boot sector files.
 

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I was using my computer and it rebooted (I didn't reboot it) and when it came back on, I got this message:

"Invalid system disk, replace the disk and then press any key."

I have a lot of data on the disk and do not want to lose it. It is a SATA hard drive 500 GB and I am using Windows 7 Ultimate as my operating system. One other thing, prior to my system crashing, Windows 7 had been doing an update in the background as I was working on a Word file and printing on some DVD's with my printer.

any help or advice would be appreciated.
 

A:Invalid system disk error message using Windows 7 Ultimate

Make sure you don't have any external drives plugged in and make sure you're booting from the correct drive if there's more than one installed.

Put the drive into another machine and do a backup of your files. You should have everything backed up on a regular basis, when things like this happen you'll wish you had one.

After you're all backed up, try running check disk on the drive using the Windows recovery console.
 

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After transferring my HD, keyboard, etc. to a new (used) Compaq Armada M700 laptop computer I get the lsass... error after the Windows Logo at start up. I ran a McAfee program that looked for the sasser worm. Nothing found. I don't know what to do and hope there is someone out there who knows how to resolve this! I can go into Safe Mode, but haven't tried to go online. Thanks!
 

A:lsass.exe system error Endpoint is invalid message at start up

Possible solution:

When youre computer finally boots in Safe Mode click on Start and then click Run. Type services.msc and then scroll down until you find IPSEC Services and then right click on it and select Properties.

After the Properties window loads click on the General tab on the top and were it says Startup Type select Disable. Also click on the log on tab and at the bottom click disable as well.

You will know that this has to do with the lsass.exe error because were it says Path to Executable it states Windows/system32/lsass.exe by disabling IPSEC your computer does not load lsass.exe on startup and by bypassing this step it eliminates the problem.

Hope it helps.
 

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Hi guys,
Recently I had a BSOD problem 0x000007b after running ComboFix and so I ran a repair XP SP2/3 and the Blue Screen is gone but now during the Repair steps screen (The light blue screen with Step 1, Step2 and the Ads on the right for the various programs) I get lsass.exe Invalid Parameters Passed and a prompt "Ok" which reboots my computer. Any help pleasee!

 

A:lsass.exe Invalid Paramters Passed (Windows System Error)

closing as duplicated in many places

http://forums.techguy.org/windows-xp/879292-bsod-windows-xp-after-combofix.html
 

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Hello everyone! This is an issue that has been annoying me for a LONG time and I'd just be ecstatic if you guys could help me somehow.

My Internet works pretty well, except that around 3 times a day or so, it drops. I run the Windows 7 troubleshooter to fix it. Every time, it says "wireless network connection doesn't have a valid ip configuration" and then "fixed" and the Internet resumes working properly. Although it's easy to fix, I wish this problem didn't happen at all in the first place because it can be frustrating if I'm in the middle of a skype call or game.

Any ideas? Also the Internet stops working randomly like this for all devices in the house, not just my computer, so I know it's not my PC.
 

A:Internet drops because of invalid IP configuration?

do you still have a problem

you say it stops for all devices - any device connected by cable to the router - and does that stop working

if you do not have any devices connected by cable
I would suggest you connect by cable and see if this is an issue as well

if the cable connection does not disconnect - then its a wireless issue and post an xirrus screen shot please

Please make a note of the status of the lights on the modem and on the router when working normally - post that light status here.
Now when the internet disconnects make a note of the status of the lights for the modem and router here again. also note which have changed.

Please post back here the make and exact model of the router and if you have a separate modem, the make and exact model of the modem.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
Run Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector
Download and install
If you cannot access the internet with this PC, then you will need to copy the program across to the faulty PC
Save the file to a USB flash drive or other removable media. Plug it into the working computer with internet access and copy the file and install the program.
You will now need to take a screen shot and copy that back to the working PC and attach the screen shot in a reply on the forum here.

If you do not have another PC - do you have a phone connected to the internet - can you photograph the result and post the image in a reply

http://www.xirrus.com/Products/Wi-Fi-Inspec... Read more

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As per a lot of other people on here, I'm having issues with connecting my desktop PC to my BigPond router. It will connect via wireless (have an installed D-Link DWA525 wireless card) but will not connect via LAN.

I've changed the IP, DNS and Default gateways to the same as the other working PC's in the house, but still no luck. The mobo uses Realtek GBE Family PCI-E controllers, but for some reason it won't move off 10Mbps (even when I try to tell it to change this).

I have tried new drivers, and have tried uninstalling drivers and letting windows install its own. None have worked. I've disabled V6, didn't work.

My IPCONFIG ALL shows up the following:

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Users\CJHBeast>IPCONFIG/ALL

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : CJHBeast-PC
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
DNS Suffix Search List. . . . . . : BigPond

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 1C-6F-65-3D-7A-18
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : No
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::9524:a51e:e2af:166e%14(Preferred)... Read more

A:Unidentified network - invalid IP configuration

  
Quote: Originally Posted by cjhod


As per a lot of other people on here, I'm having issues with connecting my desktop PC to my BigPond router. It will connect via wireless (have an installed D-Link DWA525 wireless card) but will not connect via LAN.

I've changed the IP, DNS and Default gateways to the same as the other working PC's in the house, but still no luck. The mobo uses Realtek GBE Family PCI-E controllers, but for some reason it won't move off 10Mbps (even when I try to tell it to change this).

I have tried new drivers, and have tried uninstalling drivers and letting windows install its own. None have worked. I've disabled V6, didn't work.

My IPCONFIG ALL shows up the following:

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Users\CJHBeast>IPCONFIG/ALL

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : CJHBeast-PC
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
DNS Suffix Search List. . . . . . : BigPond

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 1C-6F-65-3D-7A-18
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : No
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . .... Read more

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Hi Everyone,

I have System Restore enabled on my Windows 7 Computer however there are 0 bytes allocated to Restore Points -



When I attempt to allocate space I am met with the following -



I click OK and then...



I do have adequate space on my drive -



I have tried turning System Restore On & Off and this has not improved the situation.

Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

Kind Regards,

Davo

A:[SOLVED] Error with System Restore Configuration in Windows 7

You seem to be trying to keep restore points on a backup drive.
How the System Restore Utility Uses Drive Letters

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HP Pavilion a522n.  I just did a full recovery using a DVD I created when I bought the computer.  The following message appears:Your system has detected a configuration error. Please report this error to Customer Care using the phone number found in the Warranty and Support Guide that came with your PC. Unless corrected, this error will prevent your PC from operating properly. Turn off your PC by pressing and holding the Power button. After a few seconds your PC will automatically turn off. (Code Purple)" I first did the HP PC System Recovery and got the above message, so then tried the DVD I created.  Both get the same results.what do I do now?

A:Your system has detected a configuration error. Code purple

Thses may be very helpful:http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-systems-and/Code-Purple-Error-Help/td-p/359373 http://www.question-defense.com/2010/07/24/hpcompaq-system-configuration-error-code-purple-windows-v...

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Help
I am reinstalling Windows XP on my Dell Inspiron 1501. When the reboot started I get the Isass.exe - System Error. An invalid parameter was passed to a service or function. Then the reboot starts over. I read that it may be infected with a virus. Can anyone help.

 

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hi,,, i have dell inspiron 6400 laptop and when i turn it on it shows invalid configuration information- please run setup program and it directly goes to setup and i do not remember the password aswell .. now i have noway to boot.. please tell me what to do ... thanks...
 

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Hi I have a dell xps m1210 that show a message "invalid configuration information - please run setup program", i can not even enter the setup, when i press de F2 to enter setup it says "preparing to enter setup", but instead entering the setup it gives me the "invalid configuration information - please run setup program"

Can anyone help me
 

A:Invalid configuration information - please run setup program

How old is it. Could be a hard drive failure... can you give us the service Tag from the back of the machine?
 

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I run with a Dell Dimension 4600C, with Windows XP version 5.1.2600. Lately, my computer has taken to shutting down. But it doesn't shut down and start up again. The computer turns itself off, but the computer indicates that power is still going to the machine. I can't start the computer up without unplugging the CPU from its power source (an APC SurgeArrest outlet bank) and waiting for at least a minute so it won't shut down on me again.

Usually the computer will shut down as soon as it's rebooted once I've done this. I've taken to restarting the computer normally to prevent it from shutting down for at least twenty to thirty minutes.

Most of the time the computer will just run normally after the shut down (until it shuts down again). At other times it gives me a DOS message saying there's 'invalid configuration information' and it gives me the chance to run setup. I ran setup once, but didn't change anything.

Is this a RAM problem or a hardware problem? I'm inclined to say it's XP doing this, but I'm computer illiterate and have absolutely no idea what to do about this.

I appreciate any help you can give me! Thanks!

A:Pc Randomly Shuts Down, Says Invalid Configuration Information (sometimes)

this could be an overheating prob, how long does your computer run from cold till it shuts down? can you monitor the cpu, case temps?also, to check your ram try this?http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/Memory-...iagnostic.shtmlgood luck

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I have tried everything that I could find on this forum as well as myriad others. I even went so far as to backup my computer and reinstall Windows 8. Still, I cannot connect to the internet. When I first bought the pc, I had no problems connecting. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Here are my ipconfig /all results:

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.2.9200]
(c) 2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Windows\system32>ipconfig /all

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Khaleesi
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

Wireless LAN adapter Local Area Connection* 11:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Microsoft Wi-Fi Direct Virtual Adapter
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 1E-D0-5A-15-06-24
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes

Wireless LAN adapter Wi-Fi:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 802.11b/g/n WiFi
Adapter
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 2C-D0-5A-15-06-24
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::415:279e:fbc8:48b1%13(Preferred)
Autoconfiguration IPv4 Address. . : 169.254.... Read more

A:Invalid IP Configuration - Limited Internet Access

169.254.XXX.XXX is an Autoconfiguration IP address. Can you first try and temporarily disable your firewall and Anti-virus program.

Then can you boot your machine into safe mode with networking and test connectivity.

Follow this tutorial (OPTION THREE ONLY) - Safe Mode - Start Windows 8 in


   Note
Please replace all references of 'Safe Mode' with 'Safe Mode with Networking'

Please post back your results and then we can troubleshoot from there

Lastly, Do any other machines experience this issue?

Many Thanks,
Josh

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system configuration data updated ERROR,--Need a solution I have a
fairly new Gateway M-1625 laptop running windows vista 32 bit, sp1.
I turned it on and beeped twice (beep, beep) and gave me an error
message that reads "system configuration data updated ERROR, system
configuration data read error"
Press f1 to continue f2 to enter set up.
I pressed f1 and it sent me to another blank page that reads.

Windows failed to start. A resent hardware or software change might be
the cause. To fix the problem:
1. Insert your windows installation disc and restart computer
2. Choose your language settings and click next,
3. Click ?repair your computer.?
If you do not have the disk, contact your system admin. Etc
Tried the repair disc, tried reinstall from Restore DVD still get the
same message.

Tried the bootrec.exe/fixmbr (worked)
Tried the bootrec.exe/fifixboot (Worked)
Tried the bootrec.exe/Rebuildbcd
Tried reseating the memory and hard drive.

Still at the same point. Even tried to install XP over it but never
could get it to go.

Now I am back to where I started. I already replace the hard drive so i know is no that I think this is a boot problem.

what can I do???

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I have Windows XP SP2 and it is suddenly not booting up. I get a message that says Invalid Configuration Information, Please Run Setup Program, Floppy Diskette Seek Failure, Performing IDE Configuration, Strike F1 to continue and F2 to run Setup Utility. I press F1 to continue and then Windows loads and all is fine. I have a Dell computer model E310, which doesn't have a floppy disk drive. The computer is two years old. How can I eliminate this message and get Windows to load normally?

A:Invalid Configuration Floppy Diskette Seek Failure

Make sure there isn't a floppy left in the drive.
Change the first device in the boot order to the hard drive in the BIOS
Replace the motherboard battery

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Network Adapter    Publisher details

Issues found              
"Wireless Connection 2" doesn't have a valid IP configuration
"Wireless Connection 2" doesn't have a valid IP configuration    Detected         

Reset the "Wireless Connection 2" adapter    Completed         
Investigate router or broadband modem issues    Not run         


Issues found    Detection details

6         "Wireless Connection 2" doesn't have a valid IP configuration    Detected    

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I just recently ran a System Recovery on my Windows XP Home Edition SP3 computer and after the recovery is done I restarted the system and then this message shows up and I'm stuck here.

I don't have any disc that came with the computer because that was a very long time ago already. I tried to download the "Windows XP Home Edition Set Up Disk for Floppy Boot Installation" from Microsoft but I can't run the ff:

Windows XP Home Edition
Windows XP Home Edition SP1
Windows XP Home Edition SP2

I can't create the Set Up Disk For Home Edition, SP1, and SP2 because this computer I'm using right now is a 64 bit and no floppy disk drive. That's why I downloaded this instead:
Windows XP Service Pack 3 - ISO-9660 CD Image File
from:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=2fcde6ce-b5fb-4488-8c50-fe22559d164e&displaylang=en

I burned it to a DVD ROM but I don't know what to do next. After burning I reinserted the disc to this computer and the autorun activated. Then I inserted the disc to my Windows XP which has "System Configuration Error" and tried to reboot it but theres no autoplay or anything the computer still goes through the "System Configuration Error" message and I don't know how to access the set up disc. What should I do? Help please..
 

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Hi,
I apologize if this is not the right section, this seemed to be the most suitable.
I am using a 3D Connexion mouse and when I try to execute an executable file for the software configuration, I get the following error?
"Exception: Unable to cast object of type 'System.Configuration.Internal.ConfigurationManagerInternal' to type 'System.Configuration.Internal.IConfigSystem'"
I've talked with the mouse vendor and they have no idea.  My OS is Win7 64.  Does anybody know what this is?

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hi,how to solve problem system information invalid or missing thank u for your help

A:system board invalid or invalid

It needs proprietary software run on it by HP or an authorized service provider.If it says "mpm 1 of X" during boot it's an easy job, but if it does not then it will require a special machine specific file from HP support to unlock it.

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I have a PC with windows 98, and the other day I think I got a virus. I'm not sure what caused it, but whenever I try to boot up it gives me a "Invalid System Disk" warning. It won't read anything off the A drive, the only disk of any kind I've gotten to work was the Norton 2003 one, and all it does is run and not find any problems. When I was looking for what to do I came across a forum on here, but it was two years old, so I signed up and posted a new one. Here's the old one, I've tried what they've suggested with bootdisk.com.

http://forums.techguy.org/printthread.php?threadid=90758

It looks like she solved her problem with the floppy disk, and my machine won't read it for whatever reason. I tried thier solution, it couldn't read it.

Here's a quick list of the symptoms:
-Invalid System Disk message when I boot up.
-It says drive C has 15 files, all the names are in dos characters and exclaimation points.
-It calls my CD drive A: when it used to be D:, and my floppy drive B: when it used to be A:
-It wont read floppys
-It wont read my Win98 backup CD, but will read the Norton CD

From what I've read this looks like and "AntiCMOS" virus, but the solutions everyone has given have either not worked or required something I dont have. If you've read this far, thanks at least for your time, even if you can't help me. It's pretty important that I get this computer fixed up pretty soon, and if I... Read more

A:Virus with "Invalid System Disk" Error.

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After formatting I keep getting error message "Invalid system disk
Replace the disk, and then press any key"

I use this drive for an old PC that was running Xubuntu but now want to reinstall Win 7 after I went complete Linux on my main machine. I know it works. Every article online says the drive is either dead, infected, or whatever. I'm also booting from a flash drive, another thing I read is it's trying to boot from CD instead of USB and change boot order to fix, obviously that's what I'm already doing.

It's formatted fat32 with MBR. Any ideas what to do?

Thank you.
 

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When I boot up the computer, the bios goes through the memory check and displays the box with all the correct drives, but before starting DOS, it says "Invalid System Disk. Please replace disk, then press any key". The bizarre thing is that there are no floppys or cd roms in any of the drives. I am under the impression that the hard drive is functionning properly because i just did a re-format of it yesterday. Can anybody help me? Thank you!
 

A:A bizarre error: "Invalid System Disk"

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Invalid system disk
Replace the disk, and then press any key.Click to expand...

I get this error from time to time, even when there is no disk in the computer. There's no CD or floppydisk inserted. To solve the problem, I restart the computer, and all is fine.

I'd rather not go through the problem, and want it solved once and for all. Does anyone know the problem and solution? I already went on Google to see what others said, but no luck.

1. The computer has no viruses. I have NAV.
2. There are no HD (harddrive) problems, according to ScanDisk.
3. All cords and cables are attached to where they should go.
4. The first boot location is on the HD (C, according to BIOS.
5. There are no disks inserted.

After all this, what could be the problem and what can I do? I've heard it could be a slow OS (slower than the BIOS), or a worthless HD. Before I conclue its worthless, I would like to know how to make the OS faster in starting it up (or making the BIOS slower so that the OS can catch up).

My information:
1. I am using Windows 98SE.
2. The primary slave is a Maxtor HD.
 

A:Invalid System Disk - Replace Disk Error

Please will you fill in you full system specs in my.TS.forum at the top of the page(click on edit profile)

Why is you Hard drive connected as primary slave?

Regards Howard :grinthumb
 

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On boot up the laptop beeps twice and the message "system configuration data read error" appears with F1 to resume or F2 to setup. If I hit F! it boots up as normal. When I switch off and reboot the same ting happens every time...help its driving me crazy !!

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So im fixing this laptop that was bought for parts and ended up putting together (had some minor water damage) starts up fine and all but the only prolem im having is that the CMOS will not save the time and date and i get the message every time i boot.
any help Thank you

the cmos battery is putting out 3.31v and is new.

Thanks


 

A:Inspiron E1705 : "invalid configuration information"

Hi

are you sure that its the BIOS battery that your checking.~?

also try leaving the power connected to it for a few days and with the BIOS setup on the screen, some batteries are rechargeable and take a few days to charge fully before they work.

failing that the mobo is damaged.
 

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Preface: I'm about intermediate tech-skill-level. I really appreciate you taking the time to read and maybe reply to this. Thank you.

Problem:
My work laptop will only connect to the wireless connection at work (when it does this it has a 172.xxx IP) but it will not connect to other wireless networks (when it tries, it has a weird 169.xxx IP). I get the error "Invalid IP Configuration."

Story:
I got a refurb Gateway NV53 laptop for work (wireless card is an Atheros AR5B93).
It didn't connect to any networks: work, home or coffeeshop.
I took it to the IT guy. He scratched his head and couldn't figure it out - then he gave my account admin rights and it connected to our work network. I took it home - same problem as when it had no admin rights.

I fiddled with IP settings for the last two hours. I tried various configurations of no IPV6, static IPs, and making sure my security settings were all correct. It's secured WPA2 (on the router it's WPA2 or WPA, automatic, but I tried both just WPA and just WPA2 on my laptop, no configuration works).

At the end of it all, what I learned is that if I set it to auto IP settings, my subnet mask and DNS server don't fill properly (my router is 255.255.254.0, and auto sets my laptop's to 255.255.0.0) and it gives me the weird 169.xxx IP address. If I set everything static and myself, matching up DNS and gateway and subnet and giving it any IP (I tried 192.168.0.109, 106, 2, and 192.168.2.1) it still will not connec... Read more

A:"Invalid IP Configuration" on most wireless networks.

The problem looks like ypu don't have dhcp setup correctly or at all on your router.

To test with static use this configuration
ip address 192.168.0.2 (assuming nothing else is using IT)
subnet mask 255.255.255.0
Default gateway 192.168.0.1
Dns 1: 8.8.8.8
Dns 2 : 8.8.4.4

I will check back tomorrow morning and be able to view the pictures better.

Update:
When you are back on your work network you need to make sure your settings where the same as before. When this is all fixed you will be able to go back and forth between work and home without any problems with an alternate configuration setup.

Also if you get a chance please post a screenshot of the dhcp page on your router.

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I am using Win 98 2nd Edit. I have a Pentium 111 600 w 28 Gigs. Under the Config screen I see a yellow pencil, the box is unchecked and it reads Devic =C:\Windows\Himen.sys (yellow Pencil) rem C:\windows\emm386.exe REM Header. I notice when I start up on the black screen it says something about 386 Drivers not installed. Pls help. Thx
 

A:System Configuration Utility Config System

Can you list those lines out individually? It all ran together so I'm not sure what goes where.

Is it REM Header for instance?

Also, is the computer working ok, other than "saying something about 386 drivers"?
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Get free stuff and help out a poor computer tech:
LarryCore begs for money
 

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What's the skinny on nothing showing up (blank window) for system.ini and windows.ini in the System Configuration Utility?

Thank you.
 

A:System Configuration Utility: No system.ini or windows.ini

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A friend has an old Pentium 1 HP Vectra 500 PC. On startup it says "Invalid system disk" like if you had a disk in the floppy drive. There is no disk in the CD or A drive. I took the A drive and CD out of the boot sequence via the bios and it made no difference. Is it the hard drive?
 

A:"Invalid system disk" error w/no disk in drive

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Acer Aspire M1100 AM1100-E1402A
Mfg Date 2008\03\07
Vista Home Premium 32-bit

It was running OK, but getting a bit old and a bit slow. I upgraded to a W7 desktop, but wanted to keep this one playing around with.

Ran System Recovery 2 or 3 times using the Alt-F10 method. First time, I wanted to avoid loading bloatware so ran msconfig early on, went to Startup to uncheck Acer Launch and stuff like that. Windows Update worked until SP1. Just couldn't get SP1 to install, including when I downloaded it from the web.

Then I ran System Recovery and let the bloatware run. It stalled at 9/11. Again, Windows Update worked until SP1.

Then I tried System Recovery using discs, instead of Alt-F10. It failed for some reason. I have a couple other System Recovery discs from an laptop and an eMachine laptop. I tried them with the same result. Recovery starts, writes over the C drive, then fails.

The message is:
The system registry contains invalid file paths. Installation cannot proceed. This system image was applied without guaranteeing that drive-letter assignments would match across computers.

So now I'm stuck.

I googled the error message, but generally ended up in discussion boards that are over my head. I think I saw some discussion about partition. I have a foggy memory that this desktop may have arrived with the HDD partitioned into something like 120 and 200 GB partitions. I think I removed the partition. I wonder if this has contributed to the problem? Then... Read more

A:Vista System Recovery failure - "system registry contains invalid file paths" - canno

The vista image extracts to the temporary drive letter D.

If you use a regular installation dvd and MS standard setup.exe, it will fix the os registry letter correctly. (Defaults to the first letter i.e. C as A and B are reserved for floppies )

If you are trying to restore from a factory image, you will have trouble because there is now another os on the machine.

I have a script I use for it.

You could get it to work , but it is a lot of mucking around.

It is just easier to use a Vista install dvd ( not the same as your factory recovery image ), boot it up, and install to your desired partition.

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My m/b is an MSI and various MSI programs such as 'MSI Live Monitor' are installed.
After adding another PC User (non-Administrator), on booting up to that user, the following message boxes appear.
First msgbox: - 'The Handle is invalid'
Clicking 'OK' brings up an identical msgbox. After'OK' - the second msgbox appears.

Second msgbox: - VBIOS - ' Flash_MMIO_MAP deviceIoControl error'
After clicking 'OK', the MSI Live Monitor box appears momentarily, showing that it is now loaded.

Note that opening up as the main user (administrator), there are no problems.

Hi, I copied the above from a search on google as I am getting exactly the same problem on my PC. I couldn't find a fix on google so thought I should try you guys. Thanks in advance for any help offered.

Bluesjunior.

A:Error The Handle Is Invalid / Vbios Device Error Help Needed.

Hi bluesjunior.Near as I could find it's the MSI live update causing the error on a limited permission or non-admin account.I think you already knew that though. Take a look at this thread.You might find something at MSI's site as well.Personally, I find the function useless. If I need it, I'll get it myself but that's just me.

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My son gets the message "invalid system disk, replace the disk, then press play" , when booting up, he started getting it after inputting a picture from a "smart card" using his built in card reader. There is NO disk in the reader. If you hit any key the computer continues to boot "normal" It isn't a big problem, but a sign of something not being right.
 

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Hey I have a problem with one of my PC's Woke up this morning to my mum telling me that the computer wont even boot! My brother said he was on it last night and it froze so he turned it off and it hasn't worked since!The error that comes up is :Invalid system diskReplace the disk, and then press any keyI googled the error message but didnt see alot to help me..Anyone know how to fix this ?Any help is appreciated.

A:Invalid system disk

Although this sounds like it's totally off the wall, but if your computer has a floppy disk drive, look for a disk in the drive.

If not, I think I would make sure of your BIOS settings as to which drive to boot and that it still even "sees" the drive.

If that does not turn up anything, I would then find out what manufacturer hard drive you have and get their testing utility from their respective support site.

Test the drive and make sure it tests good.

Good Luck,

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OK, so me asking for help...

Recently I started getting a black screeen with "Invalid system disk...Replace the disk, and then press any key" error at startup.

What could that mean? And when I just press a key, it starts up normally. Everytime my laptop boots, that error comes up, and I press a random key, and everything runs normally again. Weird...

Anybody here that knows what's happening?

A:Invalid System Disk?

Anyone? I AM QUITE URGENT, so I WOULD LIKE SOMEONE TO POST. Please?

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Greetings,
When I boot up my unit, I get a DOS error message:
"Invalid System Disk - Replace the disk, and then press any key" .
There are not any CDs/DVDs in the drive bays.So I hit a key and it continues as normal
Any Ideas as to why this is happening?
Thanks in advance to all who help!!!

Jack

A:Invalid System Disk???

And if you have a floppy drive, is it empty? Do you have a flash drive hooked up?

There could actually be several causes besides the obvious. First thing, remove ALL your Cd drives and HDD's (Besides your main bootable drive). See if you continue to get the error. If you are, boot the system with a bootdisk, and run chkdsk /r to check and repair any bad sectors on the HDD.

Secondly, just to complicate things, it could also be a corrupted file or a virus on the drive itself.

Let us know how it turns out.

Eric

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Hello,
Hopefully..I can explain what I want to correct on my computer. At one time , I had two dialup modems installed on my computer. The reason for that was the sole purpose of downloading some rather large files. With windows xp, you can setup your computer so you can bind two separate phone lines together, to give you a much faster download speed. I got to the point that I really didn't download much anymore, so I un-installed the second modem, and removed it from my computer. That part went ok, when I checked in my system information area under modems, the modem that I had removed wasn't displayed there anymore. However, the original modem that came installed in my system was displayed twice. On one of the entries though, it doesn't reference a irq# that is assigned to it. I have tried un-installing this modem, have actually removed it from my computer, re-installed it, and I still see two entries for it. Actually...as I remember, when I had the modem out, and re-booted my computer, I went into system information under modems, and there was STILL a listing for the modem that wasn't even in the computer. Is there anyway to solve this little problem ?
Thanks
 

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Hey everyone,
I got this computer from a friend and it will not boot up. It brings up the error invalid system disk replace disk then press any key. I can't get into DOS or any thing. What can I do to fix this problem so I can check out the computer?

Thanks
 

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Hi guys am new to this website and a complete noob with computers.
Every time I turn on my pc I get the error message invalid system disk, Disk boot failure, Insert system disk and press enter

I found this website
support.microsoft.com/kb/128730
which gives out some solution but didnt understand a thing. tried looking manual book (M2N-SLI Deluxe Motherboard) that didnt help either because am not sure what I should be looking for.

I tried to put the windows vista setup disk, the vista loading bar pop up showed that it was loading. the it seemed to have froze.

I also noticed that when I go into the bios setup menu, in the main section this is how it looks like

Primary IDE Master [none]
Primary IDE Slave [none]
Sata 1 [none]
Sata 2 [none]
Sata 3 [none]
Sata 4 [TSSTCorp CDDVDw]
Sata 5 [none]
Sata 6 [none]

I thought that it should have the name of my hdd in one of the square brakets.

Can anyone help?

Thanks
from Omighty the noob

A:invalid system disc

Hello omighty,
It looks like the Bios is not recognising the HDD.
Remove all power leads, remove the CMOS battery for ten minutes and try again.
Also, make sure the leads and data cables are attached to the HDD too.
Give this a go and post your results, good luck.

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Installed new motherboard (Ga-MA74GM-S2) Systems posts detects hard drive and Cd-Rom. deleted old partitions and formated hard drive. Installed Windows XP Pro Restarted machine get the error of Invalid System Disk, Checked BIOS to make sure that boot device hard Hard Drive First.

Windows will boot if the Windows XP CD is in the CD-Rom, but will not boot if CD is not in CD-Rom.

Tried going into Windows Recovery and used "fixmbr" and fixboot" still same results, Running a chkdsk ATM

Any ideas why Windows will not boot on its own without the Cd in the drive?
 

A:Invalid System Disk

Still nothing I tried to re install windows AGAIN, Everything completes fine it reboots and goes into windows... I can play around view everything install drivers browse the web, but as soon as I reboot without the CD in the CD-Rom it says invalid system disk?? any thoughts guys?
 

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i have an old toshiba laptop(T2100CT)

i havent touched it in 2 years. been sitting under the desk in the laptop case. i wanted to start it up again when i found it, when it starts up just after the bios. it comes up with invalid system disk. replace the disk and then press any key...

i really need a fast fixing, cause i need to take it to the Cult of the Dead Cow convention thats coming up!

it is running Win95.
 

A:Invalid System Disk!!!

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Please help, I tried to install a second hard drive on my emachine when I tried to boot up I got Invalid system disk so I removed the second disk and I still get invalid system disk when I try to boot up. It comes up after verifying DMI pool data. I running XP Pro. Thanks .

Willie
 

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I am an A+ student and got a hold of an old Packard Bell (WIN 95, 1G HD, 32 MG RAM) to tinker with to learn more about the inner workings of a computer. When I powered it up, everything worked great; floppy, HD, CD-ROM, etc. No problems at all. I powered it down and took it all apart - removed power cables, IDE cables, removed drives, RAM, heat sink/processor, power supply, etc; had it down to the bare case. I then put it all back together the same way I found it (so I thought). When I powered it back up, it detected all my drives fine, however, it gave me the following message: "Invalid System Disk. Replace disk and hit any key." I hit a key and continued to get the same message. The green floppy light remains lit. There is no floppy in the drive and no CD in the CD-ROM. Here is what I did to troubleshoot the problem: (all have failed).

1. Checked the floppy cable. It was not reversed and the correct end was in the mother board and back of floppy.
2. Ensured the #1 Pins were in the correct position.
3. Checked the IDE cables for both HD and CD, both were correctly positioned and in the correct plug (CD and HD both have their own cable).
4. Changed the boot sequence of the floppy to several different positions.
5. Disabled the floppy in the BIOS.
6. Unplugged the molex and IDE cable from the floppy AND disabled floppy in BIOS.
7. Tried to re-boot using a floppy re-boot disk.
8. Disconnected power and IDE cables for BOTH CD and HD, and ... Read more

A:Invalid System Disk - Someone please help!!!!

This might occurr if you are set to start from cd-rom. In bios set to
1. floppy
2. cd-rom

This could happen if you have a boot-sector virus also.
good luck
 

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I have a hp pavilion 6343 with windows 98, AMD-K6 and every time I start it I get this message. I have no disk or cd rom in it. I even unhooked the drives and i still get this message. I can't do anything else but go into bios. I do not have a recovery cd or disk for this pc. If someone could send my a copy to save to a disk or burn to a cd I would appreciate it..thanks..Or tell me where to find one. Email me at [email protected]
 

A:Invalid System disk!

Do not make multiple posts for the same problem, it makes it difficult to follow your problem and is against forum rules.
 

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Ok, i really need help to figure out how to fix this cause i think i have tried everything.

I wanted to install a new OS besides my old OS (XP) so i could try it out then maybe uninstall it later, or replace this one with my older one. To do this i had created a new logical partition with PartitionMagic.

I set the partition to active right after it was created then restarted my computer. The new partition was created fine but i cannot install the new system disk. All i get is a message saying this:


Code:
Loading PBR for descriptor 4...done.

Invalid system disk
Replace the disk, and then press any key
No matter what i do i cannot get back to my previous partition to start windows.
Does anyone know how to fix this?
Thanks for looking


~N_I

A:Invalid system disk...

hello & welcome to TSF


follow this link

http://www.informationweek.com/LP/sh...o=1&queryText=

i hope this works

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Yesterday I left my computer on for about 3 hours, when I returned the screen was black with the a message *First time this happened)

“INVALID System Disk Replace Disk and then press any key”

There is or was no 3 1/2 floppy disk in the computer.

Every time I hit any key nothing would happen.
When I would reboot I would get to the same screen with the same message and nothing would happen.

Then I would reboot again and when that screen would come our I would insert a 3 1/2
Floppy into the computer and the computer would start up.

So now the only time I can get the computer to start up I must insert a 3 1/2 floppy
What can I do to correct this problem?

Thank You
 

A:Invalid system disk

Hi and welcome. Go into the bios setup and either change the boot order from floppy first, to hard drive, or take the floppy disk out of the boot order.
 

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When I restarted my computer, out of nowhere it starts up and prompts: "invalid system disk. Replace the disk, and then press any key."

I don't know what caused this. I guess the last thing I did was run Wise Disk Cleaner (which I do on my laptop with no problems) and I installed Zone Alarm. After restart, it prompted me.

Can someone tell me what to do to fix this? I have more than 6,000 music files, as while as pictures of my wife and son and important work docs.

Thank you in advance for your reply.

A:Invalid System Disk

you haven't by any chance left a floppy in "A" drive have you?

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Appreciate some assistance.
Replaced HD on pc (old one went south), entered BIOS (AMI) and made changes, etc., and when the pc booted, got the following message: "Invalid system disk. Replace the disk and press any key".

Any thoughts on cause of problem?
 

A:Invalid system disk?

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I have a Toshiba Peoplepc. I got it almost 3 yrs. ago. It came with a recovery cd. My kids deleted the sound and I couldn't restore it. I hadn't made a backup. I used the recovery disk to reformat the computer, but it stopped. It couldn't recognize my cdrom. I tried again using the boot disk that came with it, but it won't go past the boot disk. I keep getting an invalid system disk message. What can I do to get my system to work properly. Please reply soon. Thank you.
 

A:Invalid system disk.

Go here and pick up a boot disk . Download it to the desktop.then right click on it and extract to floppy.
 

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i left my computer for about 45 min and when i got back i noticed that it had frozen totally...i am running winxp with a p4 256 ram....i couldent even move the mouse , so i just pulled the plug and restarted it .....now when it boots up it says invalid system disk replace the disk and then press any key....
i never had anything in the floppy or cdrom drive ... and when i go to bios to make sure it boots to hdd , still same error i cant get passed it ..any ideas...
also i was running low on hdd space so can that kill me too ..if so what can i do to save my self before i reformat : (
 

A:invalid system disk

First reset your bios setting for boot order to:
Hard disk
Drive A
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive
and then reboot, to see if it loads.
if that doesnt work, try a System Restore. Boot from "safe mode with command prompt". by pressing F8 and entering the /boot menu.

Once you have loaded the command shell in Safe Mode type:

%systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe

Restore to a date listed before your problem, and see if it reboots.

If that doesnt work,

Place your xp disk into the cdrom tray and reboot, select repair, and your version of windows (if more than one on drive). In the command prompt, type

chkdsk c: /p /r and press enter.

Reboot after that finishes, and see if you can load windows.
 

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I have a hp pavilion 6343 with windows 98, AMD-K6 and every time I start it I get this message. I have no disk or cd rom in it. I even unhooked the drives and i still get this message. I can't do anything else but go into bios. I do not have a recovery cd or disk for this pc. If someone could send my a copy to save to a disk or burn to a cd I would appreciate it..thanks..Or tell me where to find one.

E-mail me at [email protected]
 

A:Invalid System disk!

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help--i have an ibm 760xd. the sysem starts up and i get "invalid non-system disk--remove disk and hit any key to continue" message. how can i get around this issue or am i screwed?

also, i dont think the laptop has an operating system, but it has both a 1.44mb and cd rom which i can switch out, but can run at the same time. any suggestions?
thanx
 

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Hey, so I'm new. HI O_O. lol been racking my brain and lacking in sleep because I have been trying to find a way back into my install of Windows 7. Basicly It can't find my install. Start up repair with Win7 repair disk comes back "root cause found: The partition table does not have a valid system partition. Repair of course just doesn't seem to do anything. Have been at this for round 6-7 hours off and on. Though I am not very good with command line interfaces. Don't know if this is important but where it would say your windows directory in the log file it only says

System disk= \Device\harddisk0
windows directory =

Don't know if it being blank is important. If anyone can shed some light on what I can do to get back in or how would I go about getting some of my 2 days of data'/updating on to my other HDD?
PS. was reading earlier that the log file is kept in %windir%\system32\logfiles\srt\srttrail.txt I can only find as far as logfiles Can't find srt. Blah,

A:Invalid system partition

Boot 7 dvd to system recovery options command prompt. Type:

Diskpart

lis vol

( find the vol letter e.g C or partition number e.g. 1 for the system partition )

sel vol C ( or sel vol 1 , obviously use the correct letter or number)

act

exi

see if that helps.

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My XP desktop was in the middle of running CHKDSK when there was a power outage.
Since then the computer will not start-up. It begins the usual POST, recognizing the drives then it comes to a screen saying Invalid System Disk, Replace the disk and then press any key.
There are no disks in any of the CD/DVD drives.
I have tried the recovery disk and even a full version XP disk, but nothing seems to be "seen". I get the same screen every time.
I am thinking that this must be something simple? But I haven't been able to figure it out.
 

A:Invalid System Disk?

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I'm sure this is a common problem, but it has never happened to me before and I am just a step or two above beginner. When I turn on my computer, the Gateway screen comes on and it tries to start the boot process. Instead of booting up, the message comes on: "Invalid system disk" "Replace the disk, and then press any key". There is no disk or CD in the drives. I have tried several times and have turned off the power to the computer, waited 30 seconds, and then turned the power back on. Same message comes on. I have a Gateway Model GP6-450 with Windows 98.
 

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on my dell inspiron 3500 as soon as i turn it on it says invald system disk is my hard drive bad?
 

A:invalid system disk

make sure there is nothing in the floppy drive .
 

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2430M CPU @ 2.40GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 3990 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics Family, 1803 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 199999 MB, Free - 68536 MB; D: Total - 276837 MB, Free - 82557 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0YR8NN
Antivirus: None
i reinstalled operating system on my pc... it asked for product key, i gave it, but it says 'invalid product key'..
i contacted both microsoft and dell support....but it seems they dont care...they made me format my pc....and still i'm not able to activate it. what should i do?
 

A:operating system key invalid

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I have a dell latitude cpi it's a p2 the operating system is windows nt ,every time i log in it goes to a black screen and tells me invalid system disk, replace and hit enter.I have no idea what disk they are talking about ,or where to find the disk .any help would be apriciated.
 

A:Invalid system disck

Hi
You get that message when you have left a floppy in the drive when you start up. Because it is not a proper boot disk it will tell you this, so check the obvious first and see if the floppy disk is in there.
A friend brought his laptop to me with exactly the same problem, and I ended up having to replace the operating system. I found out later that he had downloaded a registry cleaner that assured him it would not delete anything that windows needed to run, but it seems like it did.
There may be an easier way out, but this was what I had to do as I am not that advanced in pc repair.

Cheers

Gus
 

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Hello, all-

OK, I am semi literate when it comes to computers and through trial & error, can usually figure out how to fix it when I have a problem. This one baffles me and if I've missed where someone has already asked this question, I duly apologize. Here is what I have: An Inteva 586 that has Windows 95 on it. I am in the process of trying to erase the hard drive & reformat it. So far, I have gotten nowhere. I get this message when I turn the computer on: invalid system disk. I've gone to bootdisk.com and tried the Windows 95 (both editions) and neither work. Can anyone help me fix this? PLEASE?!?!?!? I have more info on the computer if needed.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Greetings & Salutations,
When I boot up my unit, I get a DOS error message:
"Invalid System Disk - Replace the disk, and then press any key".
There are not any CDs/DVDs in the drive bays.So I hit a key and it continues as normal
Any Ideas as to why this is happening?
Thanks in advance to all who help!!!

Jack
 

A:Invalid System Disk???

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Been having some issues with a HD, Pretty sure Windows needs to be reinstalled but I have been limping it because I am sick of reloading HD's. I restared my PC because periodically the sound goes out. Only fix is a reboot. This time a box poped up and asked to end rundll32. I said OK, it would not restart otherwise. Now it stops in DOS right after the post screen and says "invalid system disc, replace and press any key" or something like that. There are no discs in. I figured the drive was done so I switched cables into my fresh HD and its doing the same thing. Any ideas? MB is an ASUS a7v8X or something like that.

I am going to pop out the battery and see if that fixes anything.

A:Invalid system disk

Quote:




invalid system disc




Remove all USB Mass Storage devices from the computer (USB HDD, Flash Drive, Card Reader, Camera etc) (these may keep you from booting from the HDD.)
Boot into Setup (Bios) Go to Boot Priority. CD/DVD drive should be set as First Boot Device, and HDD second. Remove USB or place it at the end of the Boot Process.
If this doesn't help. Try replacing the Data cable for the HDD. Also use a different power plug. If this still fails, clean out all dust inside the computer and blow out all fans with a can of compressed air. Take a look at the Power Supply Unit's label;. Report the Make, Model, Wattage. If you have a separate video card and/or more the one HDD and your PSU is under 450 Watts, you are underpowered for your configuration, try a PSU of 550 watts are better.

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