NOT OK, PARITY DISABLED
first 128K of your RAM has failed the POST. First, reboot. If the error
is still there, you likely have a problem with your RAM. Try switching
banks of memory. Move your second bank to your first bank, and vice versa.
If you really want to fix the problem, replace the SIMM that is located
in SIMM slot 1.
caused by a bad keyboard. Try a different one.
NMI AT XXXX.XXXX. TYPE (S)HUT OFF NMI, (R)EBOOT, OTHER KEYS TO CONTINUE
math coprocessor has generated a Non-maskable interrupt. Have your math
coprocessor tested. If it has failed, replace it.
have tried to perform a write function to a read-only file. If using a
floppy, make sure the disk is not write-protected. If you really want to
delete the file, you can change it be a regular file, then delete it. In
Windows 95, right click the file, choose Properties, then un-check the
"Read-Only" box. In DOS, use the ATTRIB command.
ERROR, SIZE ADJUSTED
is telling you that the physical size and the allocated size of a file
do not match. It is not a big deal, but if this error is gotten often,
backup your hard drive, because this is sign of a coming failure.
tried to format a write-protected floppy diskette.
DMA PORT = XX
DMA controller chip on the motherboard has failed the POST. You will likely
have to replace your motherboard.
OR MISSING COMMAND INTERPRETER
than likely, you are trying to boot from a disk that is missing COMMAND.COM.
If this is a hard disk, replace this file into the root directory.
reperforming FDISK on this drive. After this, if you still get this error,
try low-level formatting the drive. Another possibility is that you have
picked up a computer virus which has damaged the partition table. Try running