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Hardware issues Any of the hardware issues mentioned below may cause issues during the installation of Windows and generate this error after the installation. If the files have not been copied correctly onto the disc the installation may fail and cause this error. Please try the request again. Another EIDE/IDE device on the cable as hard drive Other devices that are on the same cable as an EIDE/IDE hard drive have been known to cause this issue (this includes http://crimsonskysoftware.com/unknown-hard/unknown-hard-error-systemroot-system32-ntdll-dll.html

To help verify this is not the cause of your issue temporarily disconnect any device on the same cable as the hard drive. Installation of Windows corrupt or bad If you're getting this issue after installing Microsoft Windows make sure the CD or DVD verify the below recommendations. reinstall Windows If you believe any of the above were the cause of your issue after correcting the issue we suggest reinstalling Windows. Verify that you have the latest motherboard, CD, DVD, zip drive, other disk drive drivers.

When downloading and installing the drivers verify you're using the correct drivers for the device you have installed and that you're using the drivers designed for your processor. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Drivers Improper or out-of-date drivers can also cause this error.

Hardware related issues Defective EIDE/IDE cable. If this does resolve your issue the device may need updated drivers or firmware update, may be incompatible (try using on the other EIDE/IDE cable, may not have jumpers set properly, See our dll and file definitions for further information and related links on these terms. Your cache administrator is webmaster.

YesNo Feedback E-mail Share Print Search Recently added pages View all recent updates Useful links About Computer Hope Site Map Forum Contact Us How to Help Top 10 pages Follow us Verify your computer doesn't have a defective EIDE/IDE cable by swapping your current cable with a known good one, or purchasing a new one. If your disc is damaged it's recommended that it be replaced. http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000961.htm A listing of links to each of the manufacturers for each of these devices can be found on our drivers listing page.

Scratched or otherwise damaged disc Ensure the disc you're using to install Windows is not scratched or otherwise damaged. We suggest getting a legitimate copy of Windows. Additional information What is the ntdll.dll file? In some cases a damaged disc may be able to complete the installation but errors encountered during the installation can cause this error.

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