Re: problem in boot XP after using Linux



Jerry Wong
07-10-2005, 12:26 AM
My problem has been solved.
I unplug the AGP and PCI cards one by one to check the problem. I find
the problem is in the sound card - sound blaster vibra 128. After I
unplug it from the motherboard, no boot up problem found. Then I try to
change the position of sound card and the pci modem. After
reinstallation of corresponding drivers, they work properly and the boot
up problem does not occur again.



Jerry Wong wrote:
> OS windowsxp professional SP2 (NTFS) / Debian Sarge (ext3)
> Motherboard Abit KT7A with althon 1.33G
> Sdram 384M
>
> I've just finished the installation of windowsxp tonight and switch to
> Debian. After finishing the working in Debian, shutdown linux (halt -p) and
> then power on the PC again to windowsxp.
>
> XP can boot without any problems before, but it stops at the XP booting
> screeen now. I tried several time. Luckily, I tried to shutdown all the PC's
> power supply for while in addition to mere shutdown the PC. It works after
> 30s after the power off.
>
> Does it mean that the problem in XP is due to the residue remaining in the
> memory by Linux. Thus I have to carefully when switching from Linux to XP?
>
>


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Re: problem in boot XP after using Linux