|Even worse. I tried the fixmbr and fixboot commands and then do the bootcfg on C: drive. But the Verifying DMI message stays.|
So I finally decided to re-install XP which was what MS tech support suggested me to do. But the frustrated thing was the restart of computer at the mid point of XP installation, did not make the famous Verifying DMI message go away. And yes, the system was again hanging.
Check with the gigabyte support, and their suggestion was go talk to MS people.
I seems like sitting in merry go round cage but in fact I am far from merry at all... dang.
Any one can shed a light on what I can try this time. I am kind of running out of means and directions...