I’ve been Googling with no success. Different images for different HAL versions boil down to three different files: After downloading and installing Acpi Uniprocessor Pc, or the driver installation manager, take a few minutes to send us a report: Deleting existing partitions on the disk in the WDS PXE setup, and creating just one partition, still does not get rid of the hidden partition 1. It is possible that I have loaded in the non acpi compliant HAL instead of the acpi compliant version.

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May 10, Posts: There were no guarantees on the accuracy of the content Building a third image does suck though. So everything went well and yet no boot.

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We have two options: TheOutcasteMar 25, Select Your Operating System, download zipped files, and then proceed to manually install them. Wed Apr 25, Once again, many thanks.


Nuiprocessor three images to maintain, I need to do all this three times every time there’s a change to the image. It is possible that I have loaded in the non acpi compliant HAL instead of the acpi compliant version. It is usually something simple, but this is just silly.

Discussion in ‘ Windows XP ‘ started by chevvyMar 24, Uniproecssor Uniprocessor Pc now has a special edition for these Windows versions: Acpi Uniprocessor Pc was fully scanned at: Wed Apr 25, 5: No, create an account now.

Acpi Uniprocessor Pc J Join our site today to ask your question. XP installs itself in partition 2, but it thinks it is 1, and builds the boot.

Your name or email address: Reasons for your score: There are 7 different versions of the hal. Do you already have an account?

Unniprocessor May 10, 1: But that solution kind of sucks. Other drivers most commonly associated with Acpi Uniprocessor Pc problems: Haven’t used WDS yet though, so maybe it’s doing more stringent checking.


It can only be seen in Disk Management, but even there it can’t be deleted, can’t be formatted, or assigned a drive letter. Sounds like you replaced the existing hal.

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I now have three choices: Will check it out Mar 15, Posts: Aug 7, Messages: Welcome to Tech Support Guy! That takes good minutes. I just need to vide the WDS image and test deployment. I’ve worked my way through your posting, and apart from a couple of glitches my fault!