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Installation problems event Id's 5 & 11

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May 3, 2005 9:42:05 AM

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I have installed WIn2000 Server SP4, clean install on new system, NOT yet
connected to network. As its a server, I did a basic install, then installed
mother board drivers a few days later, and I let system burn in, to see if
there are any problems.

The Mother board is a Asus P4V8X-X with an Intel P4 2.8, drives , 2 x 160
gig maxtors. ( tested Maxtor drives, with MaxBlast before and after
installing OS, and drives passed all tests. (although test does not see
partition on second drive, even though it is partitioned and formatted and
working fine) all other tests pass ( loop test, so passed many times )

The drivers are the "VIa PT800/P4X533 series" drivers.

I have 2 event ID's that I can not figure out. Both related to Hard drive &
Controller, as follows
1)
Source Disk
Category None
Event ID 11

The driver detected a controller error on \device\harddisk0\DRO

2)
Source ATAPI
Category None
Event ID 5

A parity error was detected on\device\IDE\IDEPORT0


Microsoft says that the most likely cause is a bad cable, and I changed but
this appears not to be the problem. I couldn't find any more info on these
event ID's.

As for the system, it will re-boot itself, but only about every 2 to 4 days.
As the system so far is stand alone, and never connected to a network or
internet, it can not be a virus.

Anyone have any ideas the best way to trouble shoot this. The only thing I
can think of , is the actual motherboard drivers.
Anonymous
May 3, 2005 11:29:00 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.general (More info?)

After the install you can apply the reghack in this article.

48-Bit LBA Support for ATAPI Disk Drives in Windows 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=305098

These articles may help.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q154690
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q159865
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q262448

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|I have installed WIn2000 Server SP4, clean install on new system, NOT yet
| connected to network. As its a server, I did a basic install, then
installed
| mother board drivers a few days later, and I let system burn in, to see if
| there are any problems.
|
| The Mother board is a Asus P4V8X-X with an Intel P4 2.8, drives , 2 x 160
| gig maxtors. ( tested Maxtor drives, with MaxBlast before and after
| installing OS, and drives passed all tests. (although test does not see
| partition on second drive, even though it is partitioned and formatted and
| working fine) all other tests pass ( loop test, so passed many times )
|
| The drivers are the "VIa PT800/P4X533 series" drivers.
|
| I have 2 event ID's that I can not figure out. Both related to Hard drive
&
| Controller, as follows
| 1)
| Source Disk
| Category None
| Event ID 11
|
| The driver detected a controller error on \device\harddisk0\DRO
|
| 2)
| Source ATAPI
| Category None
| Event ID 5
|
| A parity error was detected on\device\IDE\IDEPORT0
|
|
| Microsoft says that the most likely cause is a bad cable, and I changed
but
| this appears not to be the problem. I couldn't find any more info on these
| event ID's.
|
| As for the system, it will re-boot itself, but only about every 2 to 4
days.
| As the system so far is stand alone, and never connected to a network or
| internet, it can not be a virus.
|
| Anyone have any ideas the best way to trouble shoot this. The only thing I
| can think of , is the actual motherboard drivers.
|
!