Have a laptop (EEPC v6.0.2) that once the user logs into pre-boot, immediately comes up with fatal error [0xcf000004] can't allocate memory.
I was thinking of using emergency boot to somehow fix this (Never used eboot yet). would this be correct to use this?
Although i'm interested in the bit in KB71868 that says ..When the system boots into Windows, if there is a network connection to the ePO server, then the system synchronizes with ePO and fully repairs itself
Should i change the Sata Controller mode from ahci to compatibility mode before i do this (as sometimes i've seen issues when removing EE via eetech when its left in sata mode)
Just wondering if it will boot to windows then if i change it??
Also, does anyone know what this error is at all?
JaneMessage was edited by: jmcleish on 7/13/11 6:16:54 AM CDT
Did you get a response or resolution for this outside of the forum by any chance?
Any informaiton would be good - currently stuck on a boot stick trying to work on a train and Google is sadly turning up nothing (except for your post)