IRQ Bridge Broke
Alright, here's a good one that I am not very sure on. My "PCI to ISA" device is not working correctly, which seems to be causing resource conflicts and other problems. Here is the case:
I have a Duron AMD 950MHz processor and a motherboard (forgot what it is off the top of my head). I got a new motherboard, the KT400 Dragon for my birthday and a AMDXP 2.2 GHz for my birthday. I naturally took out my old board, and replaced it with my new (I was so excited, I couldn't wait!). So I loaded up my computer and Windows XP gives me a screen saying it recovered from a serious error. Not knowing what, I investigated. I found out that my "PCI to ISA" device hasn't loaded its driver yet. I attempted to load the driver, but it says it has "encountered an error while loading this driver". I can't use my floppy drive, my LPT1, COM1, or COM2 because there are not enough resources available.
I think I included all the information, if not, i'll be more than happy to provide it. Thanks!
PCI-ISA bridges don't need any drivers to be loaded. Seems your Windows installation is substantially screwed up (which is what easily happens if you sneakily exchange the hardware for something completely different).
Boot from the XP CDROM and select Setup > F8 > Repair.
It's not a great idea to change motherboards without reinstalling Windows, as Peter has said. This may help and save your setup.
yup whenever you have such a drastic upgrade "Mobo" you need to re-install Windoze on top so it can re-create a new hal layer that is suitable for your New Mobo
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