Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - This has sorted it for me! This happens again and again. But the error persists and the pc keeps re-booting. Insufficient RAM. his comment is here
Today - Whenever I > > > startup the machine - the Windows XP logo comes up and then i get a dialog > > > box with the header message Yup, When the card reader is in, I get the error. (btw if it matters my card reader is a 6 in one bay mountable made by Hamiltone which I am Both have removable disks. Memory mismanagement.
Please help urgently > > - by providing me detailed steps on what needs to be done to fix this (i dont > > want to go through the torture of Upon rebooting after the removal tool I got the dreaded "Windows No Disk c0000013 etc. I wondered if anyone else mentioned a card reader and I found your post. Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review!
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - media centre pc725on/ problem c0000013 by Ckaboom / December 31, 2007 11:00 AM PST In reply to: c0000013 how do i fix this This happens again and again. I left out an entire word...Try this online scanner. Tech Tools UBCD5 Reply With Quote 07-06-2007,03:29 PM #4 sharpey_73 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jun 2006 Posts 44 Well what happened was I sent the computer back
My PC was working fine until y'day. I have been fixing one problem after the other. I moved the file to the root of C:\ and all was well. this contact form Also - what could be the probable reason - as to why this has > happened ( i have updated apps all the time - os, antivirus and defender) > >
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Many applications require installation of memory management programs. this content I am upto date with my Norton Antivirus updates as well as Windows > Defender updates. If I don't have disks in the drives, then I get the "No Disk - Exception Processing Message." If I leave disks in the drive, I don't get error messages when Need > > to do this in repair mode - will the copy from i386 on the cd to > > c:\windows\system32 work through the dos command > > > >
Also - what could be the probable reason - as to why this has happened ( i have updated apps all the time - os, antivirus and defender) Thx in advance Lsass.exe Excp Processing Msg c0000135 with Pa Hi, Am waiting Are there no clues available as yet on this one. Thanks, Liam Sharpe Reply With Quote 07-06-2007,02:22 PM #2 AllGamer View Profile View Forum Posts Ultimate Member Join Date Feb 2001 Posts 16,305 re-install windows sounds like a problem of corrupted weblink Advanced Search Forum PressF1 lsass.exe How fast is your internet?
The computer then had trouble detecting the new HD i.e it couldn't detect it at all. Insufficient memory errors are often resolved by merely rebooting the device. Were you referring to > > LSASS.exe. > > > > Do let me know on the way to do this in repair mode of the windows xp > > installer
All rights reserved. My PC was working fine until y'day. Today - Whenever I > > > > startup the machine - the Windows XP logo comes up and then i get a dialog > > > > box with the To check HD free space on Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, ME, XP, Vista, and 7, open "My Computer" or "Computer." Then, place your mouse cursor over the desired and right
Pls help > > Thx in advance. > > "KB" wrote: > > > Hi, am not able to login to windows - i dont get to see te GUI at Most common examples include: 1) incomplete software installation; 2) incomplete software uninstallation; 3) improperly deleted hardware drivers, and 4) improperly deleted software applications. Appears to be a bad update, or some email-based infection.Thanks for the suggestion. check over here Restored to a point before I uninstalled Norton.
Need to do this in repair mode - will the copy from i386 on the cd to c:\windows\system32 work through the dos command Also the file in question is LSASS.exe not I'm guessing my hard drive only has 1 partition but I can't be sure. Specific causes and solutions for Exception Processing Message C0000135 Parameters errors But to check this, possibly you should have entry to a different personal computer, or your pc need to be But the error persists and the pc keeps re-booting.
I fixed an RTHDCPL.exe (DLL Relocation) application error a week ago and now this. Appears that in resetting the drive letter whatever got corrupted during the Norton removal was fixed.