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sony vaio pcg643l puterr stops seeing hd after bios(bios see's hd)

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was up people nobody out there has an answer to my previous post huh?

internal_voltage_problem

still get  occasionally

but thats not here

my roommate has a  Sony  vaio pcg643l that has problems

the bios recognizes the 30 gb hd just fine

after u xit setup you would get a screen cannot find hd

i noted the bios called it device 0

but i think the os was looking for device 1

anyways some how by putting a 98 boot disk in (not my fix)

let the computer see the hd    hence all was fine

last night

error :  Windows could not startbecause the following file is missing or corrupt

                    WINDOWSSYSTEM32CONFIGSYSTEM

now i know the fix (recovery copy file from cd etc.....)

setup was doing it's 5 minute pre diver setup and just before the recovery option screen

i got this window

                                      WINDOWS RECOVERY COULD NOT START PROPERLY

                                          DUE TO MISSING FILE

                                          INTELIDE.SYS

couldn't find any documentation on this

help pleeeeeeeeeas        thanks

  steyr223 @  can the sig guys make me a steyraug

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Sounded like you had taken care of the voltage issue.  If the mouse is a usb device, try a different mouse.  Hardware issue is most likely causing the voltage problem.  Had a keyboard do the exact same thing.  Replaced the keyboard, never had the message again (so far).

Not sure what op sys the vaio is running, but here is a kb article for win2000 regarding the file you mentioned.  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q260233/

Hope this helps.  :)

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thanks I'll have a look

As far as power issue i had dropped my laser mouse in the dogs water bowl twice

they have internal battery's both times stopped working for two weeks and started again

the wireless KB i had mentioned had receive a bent usb plug(crushed) and i spliced another

i purchased a saitek gaming KB but i am still using the wireless mouse (never used)that came with the original KB in question

now, I'm still using the same receiver i.e plugs

only the ps2 not the usb    time will tell

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heres anew one to me

while doing all this i started using the mouse without ever plugging in the ps2 part of the receiver ,did,t realize till i installed new KB

i can see the mouse possably working with the KB side of the wiring( i mean they both would have to be very close in frequency) but how'd they  work simultaneously on only the usb plug

Woeeee!!!!!  i think i just answered my own question  possably shorting in between mouse and KB connector 

possably the solution to all problems

thanks

steyr223 @ is that a picture of your dog or u dot com

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thanks I'll have a look

As far as power issue i had dropped my laser mouse in the dogs water bowl twice

they have internal battery's both times stopped working for two weeks and started again

the wireless KB i had mentioned had receive a bent usb plug(crushed) and i spliced another

i purchased a saitek gaming KB but i am still using the wireless mouse (never used)that came with the original KB in question

now, I'm still using the same receiver i.e plugs

only the ps2 not the usb time will tell

----------------------------------------------------------------------

heres anew one to me

while doing all this i started using the mouse without ever plugging in the ps2 part of the receiver ,did,t realize till i installed new KB

i can see the mouse possably working with the KB side of the wiring( i mean they both would have to be very close in frequency) but how'd they work simultaneously on only the usb plug

Woeeee!!!!! i think i just answered my own question possably shorting in between mouse and KB connector

possably the solution to all problems

thanks

steyr223 @ is that a picture of your dog or u dot com

Yes, that my dog......  :)  Glad you figured out the internal power error.  I just wish ms could get it a little more precise on what bus, etc. could be causing hardware problems. 

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