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#1 marjngrws


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Posted 02 January 2009 - 12:04 AM

Ok first time i got vista to install both in 32 and 64 working no problem then i set it up in 32 installed everything games apps, etc, then it crashed. i have a seperate raptor 150 that i've installed windows xp on and in works great, well it sucks with games it crashes with a nvdisp4.dll error a lot, So everytime i install vista it when it goes to load up and black screen saying ntfs.sys it corrupt or missing 32bit and 64bit many different copies, if i try and install it just one drive no raid in comes back with no operating system or something like that. i did do a bios update from 1002 to 1104 please help me i really want to use vista for the direct x 10 plus i really think that it ran my games much smoother than xp

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Posted 02 January 2009 - 04:21 PM

Use a bootable hard drive diagnostic to test your hard drive. This topic has links to the most common ones: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/28744/hard-drive-installation-and-diagnostic-tools/

Use your Vista disk to access the Repair function, then go to the Command Prompt and run CHKDSK /R on each hard drive

The nvdisp4.dll error is related to your graphics card drivers. Uninstall the current one and visit http://www.nvidia.com to download the latest version.
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