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Windows 2000 Server Install Error Message

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by jackd, Mar 28, 2006.

  1. jackd

    jackd Megabyte Poster

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    When i try to install windows 2000 advanced server i get this error message:
    ***STOP: 0x00000050 (0x8A47FE24,0x00000001,0x80469f1b,0x00000002)
    PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA

    ***Address 80469F1B base at 80400000, DateStamp 384d5a76 - ntoskrnl.exe

    The Computer is formated and im trying to install via the bootdisks anyone know the problem?
     
  2. jackd

    jackd Megabyte Poster

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    just to give more info the hard disk is formatted with 2 partitions created by fdisk
     
  3. simongrahamuk
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    simongrahamuk Hmmmmmmm?

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    Why not boot direct from the CD? :blink
     
  4. zimbo
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    is all your RAM okay or you mixing pairs?
     
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  5. jackd

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    I would but my cd wont boot?

    Everything is fine inside the case
     
  6. hbroomhall

    hbroomhall Petabyte Poster Gold Member

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    Fdisk isn't really that compatable with Win2k (or XP for that matter). Why not leave it to the built in partitioning system?

    Harry.
     
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  7. jackd

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    fdisk is really the only partioning method i know fully i dont know why im getting the error messages thought?
     
  8. hbroomhall

    hbroomhall Petabyte Poster Gold Member

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    You should not use fdisk with Win2k, XP or Win2k3. Those come with their own partitioning systems and don't suffer from the limitations of fdisk.

    For example - how big is this disk? If over 64GB the the standard fdisk from Win98 or ME will get it wrong.

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  9. jackd

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    the drive i partionined is only 20gig
     
  10. hbroomhall

    hbroomhall Petabyte Poster Gold Member

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    Hm - I still wouldn't - but it normaly works for disks that small.

    The actual fault suggests that you have a memory or memory controller failure. But it can sometimes be misleading.

    Are you sure that the motherboard is in the HCL?

    Harry.
     
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  11. jackd

    jackd Megabyte Poster

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    ive just tryed installing again and ive got a different error message:
    *** STOP: 0x00000051 (0x0000000C,0xC0000005,0xF786346C,0xF78630C4)
    REGISTRY_ERROR?
     
  12. Sparky
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    As the other guys have posted it is worth checking the hardware to see if it is compatible with Windows 2000 Server. I noticed in another post that you tried to install an NT Server which suggests you are playing around with some old kit! :blink

    Try booting from the CD and follow the on-screen instructions for partitioning and formatting.

    You could also buy one of the MCP books for the MCSE as some of them come with a 3 month trial version of Windows 2003 Server. Therefore you could try that OS but again check if you at least have the minimum hardware requirements before installing.

    Best of luck! :biggrin


    Microsoft even suggest checking hardware:
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=282501
     
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  13. Bluerinse
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    It sounds like incompatible hardware to me too.

    What is the spec of the system, CPU, RAM etc?
     
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  14. r.h.lee

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    jackd,

    fdisk from which operating system?
     
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  15. r.h.lee

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    jackd,

    How did you verify that your RAM is good?
     
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  16. r.h.lee

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    jackd,

    When I used to work for an OEM installing MS OSes, most of the time, installation blue screens were caused by bad RAM. Try removing, then reinserting the RAM in your computer? Also, if possible, try borrowing known good RAM from another machine to temporarily replace the possible bad RAM to verify if the original RAM was good or bad?
     
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  17. mrobinson52

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    Hi jackd!

    What nobody else has seemed to pick up on yet is that you stated that it will not boot from the CD. Is this because the hardware is older and the BIOS does not support booting from the CD, or do you just need to get into the BIOS to set the CD as the first boot device? If the hardware is too old, it might be incompatible with Server 2000 as others have suggested.

    Next, you stated that you FDisked and formatted it. Did you enable LBA, Set the Primary Partition as Active, and I am assuming it is formatted FAT32? When you go into FDisk to view the partitions, does everything look right? You might want to run scandisk from the boot floppy to make sure that the HD is still good. If you have any old partitons that were labled with lowercase letters you will need to use Delpart to get rid of them, not FDisk.

    If the drive checks out, but the BIOS will not allow you to boot from the CD, I would suspect that there is a hardware incompatibility. Starting with Windows 2000 we were no longer able to just slap the OS on any hardware. That was where I first learned the frustrations of having to abide by an HCL. :blink
     
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  18. jackd

    jackd Megabyte Poster

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    The hardware specs are ok i had it installed a few weeks ago

    I will try this as im suspecting a problem with the ram. Will tell you the results when ive tryed
     
  19. jackd

    jackd Megabyte Poster

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    ive tryed removing the ram and reinserting it but that does not seem to make any difference. Any ideas?
     
  20. hbroomhall

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    It could be that this RAM needs special timing (e.g. CAS) and the BIOS setting has got lost.

    Harry (clutching at straws)
     
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