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1  Hardware Support / Hardware Devices Problems / Inaccessible Boot Device on: April 01, 2004, 07:12:54 PM
PLEASE SUPPLY RELEVANT INFORMATION:
Operating System Version: win2k
Problem Application Name & Version:NA
Problem Hardware Make & Model: DK
Error Messages: INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE IF THIS IS THE FIRST TIME YOU HAVE SEEN THIS STOP ERROR SCREEN, RESTART YOUR COMPUTER.



Hi all,
I hope someone has some advice!
I have a Dell latitude LS. Win2k. NTFS. (4 years old)
Machine was fine, woke up the following morning and booted up. Partway through the boot sequence, the win2k screen with the blue bar, i found i was sudenly staring at the blue screen of death! reporting the message above. Now i have not installed anything recently and the machine had been operating just fine.

I created a file recovery NTFS disk from bootdisk.com, but the options after booting from the floppy arent that helpful.

Any ideas as to what could cause this? What steps should i undertake to locate the problem? Could it be a bios problem? Could i have a bad sector in the master boot record? Are these likely? Repairable? Should i just buy a new hard drive?

Thanks in advance

Andy
2  Hardware Support / Hardware Devices Problems / Secondary IDE Controller (Code =29) on: February 06, 2004, 08:12:36 PM
PLEASE SUPPLY RELEVANT INFORMATION:
Operating System Version: Win98SE
Problem Application Name & Version:
Problem Hardware Make & Model:
Error Messages: This device has a problem: Code  = 29. This device has been disabled in the hardware. In order to use this device, you must re-enable the hardware.



I have a zip drive and a CDRW. Neither the CDRW or Zip drive can be seen under 'my computer'. I have recently updated the BIOS but this problem existed before i did this. The BIOS upgrade was a possible solution to this problem. If i go to the 'system information' under 'system tools' i get the following for problem devices. Unfortunately i have no idea what this means:
 
Secondary IDE controller (dual fifo)
 hdc
 This Device Has a Problem: Code=29 (0x1D)
 This device has been disabled in the hardware. In order to use this device, you must re-enable the hardware. See your hardware documentation for details.
    Registry Key:                            HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\enum\MF\CHILD0001\PCI&VEN_8086&DEV_2411&SUBSYS_24118086&REV_02&BUS_00&DEV_1F&FUNC_01
    Alloc resources:                        Logical Configuration 0
    Forced resources:                     None
    Boot resources:                         None
    Filtered resources:                    None
    Basic resources:                       None
    Driver:                                       hdc\0002
    Driver Date:                                2-24-2000
    Driver:                                       ESDI_506.pdr
    File Size: 24406 (0x5F56)
    File Date: 4/23/1999 10:22 PM
    Company Name: Microsoft Corporation
    File Version: 4.10.2222

Thanks for any help. I need to resolve this issue so i can clean install win2k. Thanks

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