for other codes, you can look them up in MS KB310123.If you're still at a loss, you may have to go digging in your BIOS, looking for a resource conflict.Event: Date: 16/07/2006 Source: Serial Time: pm Category: None Type: Information Event ID: 2 User: N/A Computer: MACHINENAME What I would like to know is what does this mean and how can I fix this problem..
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within the Motherboards, Bios & CPU forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. Now the windows restart hangs at "shutting down the computer".
I replaced my MOBO and processor and installed windows XP. I hard rebooted and I replaced my MOBO and processor and installed windows XP. The floppy controller, communications port (COMM 1), and ECP printer port (LPT1) are all inop (as per device manager). I can't update the bios because of the floppy being inop.
The CPU runs at 100% all of the time also in Task Manager. I have installed all necessary MOBO drivers from ABit too.
With the floppy, Communications port (COM1), and ECP Printer Port (LPT1) I get this error code: This device cannot start.
If the Automatically restart check box is selected, Windows automatically restarts if the computer stops unexpectedly. I'm sure you know how, but just in case: Insert the XP CD in the CD-ROM drive: Start There is a good writeup at Computer Repair to help you diagnose your rebooting problem (at least so you can see what the Blue screen of death error is): Hope it helps.
Hi there everyone, I've been having this problem as well with my computer.. 0000: 00080000 00560002 00000000 40060002 0010: 0000000f 00000000 00000000 00000000 0020: 00000000 00000000 000003f8 00000000 Description: While validating that \Device\Serial0 was really a serial port, a fifo was detected. For more information, see Help and Support Center at Check you have the right drivers and firmware installed.If still no joy - delete the device, reboot and let Windows detect it again.If you have the yellow exclamation mark of doom, the properties of the object may give you some help, here.Eg: the device status may say something like "This device cannot start. Code 10 is not the one you want to see, as it means I don't know what's wrong.Upon startup, each COM port that has a 16550 UART should generate an event whose source is listed as "Serial" ".