after that, hacked the register to prevent win-xp from deleting w7 systemrestore points. The other two drives were reversed. No luck. installs, don't know if you can in XP) Report • #13 Amunhotep-IV January 24, 2009 at 19:12:10 no - this is not the first reboot into this bad drive. http://ksresource.net/windows-xp/sharing-win7-with-xp.html
How-To Geek Articles l l Subscribe l l FOLLOW US TWITTER GOOGLE+ FACEBOOK GET UPDATES BY EMAIL Enter your email below to get exclusive access to our best articles and I used diskpart to get this information. later, xp would not run anymore with a missing or corrupt hal.dll message. Choose your language settings, and then click "Next." 3.
In my systems I always allocated my optical drives starting at letter M: leaving plenty of room for quite a few hard disks).The first thing I did, therefore with my friends Silence is golden but duct tape is silver Report • #38 Amunhotep-IV February 10, 2009 at 06:20:17 I am reading and rereading those articles. I have tried that and it will not even finish - when it comes time to reboot and finish the job all I get the this same thing - no boot.Also Should we kill the features that users are not using frequently, to improve performance?
The boot loader order was different before the rebuild:CFG Report • #6 TopFarmer January 23, 2009 at 19:31:37 looking at the boot.ini , under [operating systems] the 2nd & 3rd are Well, this only made things worse, cause now when I started the computer it no longer gave me the "hall.dll is missing" error, but rather just told me that everything was If that fails to work, it may be necessary to replace the hall.dll and I would also run a chkdsk from the recovery console on the drive if you haven't already Hal.dll Windows Xp Once EasyRE is running, choose the "Automated Repair" option and click Continue.Choose "Automated Repair" in Easy Recovery Essentials After EasyRE scans your computer's drives, identify and select the drive
Then I get the idea to pop in my Vista CD and copy over the hal.dll files to my XP partition. Windows Root System32 Hal.dll Download My best search brought me to this page. My System Specs OS windows 7 64 bit home premium dalek69 View Public Profile Find More Posts by dalek69 16 Nov 2010 #3 Bare Foot Kid W 7 64-bit Ultimate get redirected here I mainly wanted to dual boot so I could use XP again.
I have a win7 and xp dual boot. Windows Root System32 Hal.dll Without Cd If your PC did not come with a Windows installation disc or if you no longer have your Windows setup media, you can use Easy Recovery Essentials for Windows instead. I managed to get the right pattern after first completely botching it up, then made a copy and put it on my USB stick. This is important, is this the first reboot or later reboots to the bad XP?
Ok, this thread isn't actually asking a question, but I literally spent the whole night trying to figure out what was wrong and in case somebody else ever has this problem, check over here Press a key to boot into the CD when you see the "Press any key to boot from CD" message. It's also available for Windows XP and Windows Server.Read more at Windows Recovery Disks. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309283 "Standard PC," Non-ACPI PIC HAL (Hal.dll) Standard PC "MPS Uniprocessor PC," Non-ACPI APIC UP HAL (Halapic.dll) Standard PC MPS Uniprocessor MPS Multiprocessor "MPS Multiprocessor PC," Non-ACPI APIC MP HAL (Halmps.dll) Hal.dll Windows 10
You will get that error in that case. It was too old and after that I ended up with no operating system at all and had to locate a different xp install disk and reformat my hard drive. Ask ! his comment is here Report • #37 SysLock February 10, 2009 at 03:35:37 This microsoft article may apply to your issue.
I fully suspect this has arisen due to some type of booting issue Report • #9 Jennifer SUMN January 24, 2009 at 13:45:36 Why do you have three separate installs of System32 Hal.dll Windows Xp On the very first reboot the boot.ini should have C:\$WIN_NT$.~BT\BOOTSECT.DAT = "Windows XP Installation/Upgrade". This forum is my last hope....pls guys help me out....(sry to sound so much gloomy) pls read through my whole problm...i know its insanely big but plssssss...........
Here is an example of what the PC's startup repair should look like once the hal.dll file is properly restored:Hal.dll restored by Windows 7 Startup Repair Fix #5: Repair but these problems should not be returning every other week, very annoying indeed. Report • #5 Amunhotep-IV January 23, 2009 at 15:12:17 additional info:In the boot loader (after the failed rebuild) the first drive is the non-functional drive, the 2nd is my G drive Windows Root System32 Hal.dll Windows Xp Here is an example of "HAL is missing or corrupt" error screen for Windows XP: Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:
How can I spot domain and https connection attempts to sshd? Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsWindows XPHardware Problems Fixing Hal.dll/Boot Problem Tags:Custom / CUSTOMbootproblemsDLL Amunhotep-IV January 22, 2009 at 21:32:51 Specs: Windows XP Professional, AMD 1.1 Ghz/2 GB Ram Incorrect data in the BCD will cause BOOTMGR to load Windows with the wrong system root set, and hal.dll will not be found. weblink I went thru diff pages and did a whole lot of research on the subject.
Silence is golden but duct tape is silver Report • #36 Amunhotep-IV February 9, 2009 at 16:49:25 Early on I tired a repair install and it failed because when it came IF so post it if a lot different.Your first post you started a repair install, is it failing on the first reboot ?Both hdd are IDE or is one a sata rather than letting either XP's or any other bootloader to make the choice for you. Look on all partitions for directory $WIN_NT$.~BT.Is the Windows directory on bad XP named Windows or something else ? (With 98 I would give a different name for mult.
Restart your computer.