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Re: Barts PE not recognizing hard drives on Dell PC with SATA drives?

 
 
pattyjamas@hotmail.com
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      6th Sep 2005
Tried creating Barts bootable CD using Windows XP PRO with SP2 for my
home machine that is running Windows XP Home with Sp2. Barts crapped
out with 65 errors. Made a mistake using Pro version.

Then used Home Version CD with SP2 and after rebooting with Barts, it
said a file was missing and would not boot.

I just do not get it. WIll have to get file name and figure this out or
try again using another Windows XP machine I have.

Thanks
Patty

 
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      7th Sep 2005
Ended up getting an error with Barts PE loading on Bootup stating file
\i386\system32\biosinfo.inf could not be found.

Not sure why. Tried to research it and Microsoft talks about Norton (do
not have) and other programs but Bart does not even get that far if it
boots correctly since it is booting mostlt off the Bart CD.

Ideas?

Thanks,
Patty

 
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