"MSDOS compatibility mode file system" problem...

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  1. NikhilVerma

    NikhilVerma New Member

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    Dudes!
    I have a problem... I recently upgraded my machine to

    P4 2.8 Ghz
    256 MB RAM
    40 GB Samsung HDD
    Intel 865GBF Motherboard

    The problem is this...

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    My system is using MS-DOS compatibility mode file system.. Which makes games load very slow...
    I am using Windows ME.

    * The problem only started after I upgraded my machine..
    * The problem was there even after a fresh Install of Windows ME ..
    So I won't post my HijackThis log file for better assesment of the problem ;)
    * This problem ain't present in Windows XP
    * I tried to download the latest drivers... But there were none.
     
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    Didn't work mate...

    * I don't have any such NOIDE reg value
    * My device manager shows no harddrives in the "Disk Drive" panel but it only shows 'em on the "Hard Disk Controllers" panel
     
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    freshseasons King of my own Castle

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    There is a resource conflict between the hard disk controller and another hardware device...may be..
    The Windows protected-mode driver is missing or damaged.
    The Windows 95-32-bit protected-mode disk drivers detcted an unsupportable configuration or incompatible hardware.
    Now Try this too....
    Download the Remideup.exe from here
    http://www.dictacomm.com/95HELP/ide_drive.htm
    In Windows Explorer, double-click the Remideup.exe file you downloaded in step 1
    Follow the instructions on the screen

    Please tell weather this helped....
    Best luck Nikhil
     
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    Hey I downloaded the file...
    But It worsened the problems...!!!

    Now I can't read my CD Drive.... :!: :?: :!: :?: :!: :?:
     
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    Read the page on the link given above by me properly. I think it has the solution to your problem without any download reqd.

    All the best !
     
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