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Kernel_data_inpage_error(spaceport.sys) on boot

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Maybe ?
I don't know because the system is not in front of me and it is setup in another language.
 
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I'm turning the pc on, this error shows up mid-booting up "kernel_data_inpage_error(spaceport.sys)" the pc proceds to restart the booting up and it works the second time... But this error can´t be good, and the pc is only a few days old..

 
 
Are you still getting "kernel_data_inpage_error(spaceport.sys" ?
 

I also noticed I have two devices with yellow triangle the windows can´t update or install drivers for:

Network driver - Localization: Barring PCI 3, driver 0, Function 0

Unknown device - Localization: in System compatible with Microsoft ACPI


One of those should be gone now - Yes ?

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Yes the network driver problem is gone, just the other one, the airplane mode, is left. Once I get home I'll restart it a few times to see what happens. Anything you would like translated just say

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Obrigado.

 

Could you please check to see if you have an English PDF manual on this platform on the CD/DVD.

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Could you please attach it in your reply.

  • Choose "More Reply Options" on the bottom Right of the Web Form  
  • Now choose "Attach Files" on the bottom Left of the Web Form.  
  • Browse and find the PDF file.  
  • Choose "Add Reply" and there's your post with your attachment(s)

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According to the manual there are multiple WiFi "factory option" available.  Some w/Bluetooth and some without.  Unfortunately it does not provide actual model numbers.
 

Built-In 10/100/1000Mb Base-TX Ethernet LAN
 
Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 (2*2 802.11 a/c) Half Mini-Card PCIe WLAN + Bluetooth Combo Module (Factory Option)
 
Intel® Wireless-N 7260 (2*2 802.11 b/g/n) Half Mini-Card PCIe WLAN + Bluetooth Combo Module (Factory Option)
 
Intel® Wireless-N 3160 (1*1 802.11 a/c) Half Mini-Card PCIe WLAN + Bluetooth Combo Module (Factory Option)
 
(802.11b/g/n) Half Mini-Card PCIe WLAN + Bluetooth V4.0+LE Combo Module (Factory Option)
 
(802.11b/g/n) Half Mini-Card PCIe WLAN Module with PCIe Interface (Factory Option)
 
Qualcomm® Atheros Killer™ Wireless-N 1202 Dual Band (2*2 802.11 a/b/g/n) Half Mini-Card PCIe WLAN + Bluetooth Combo Module (Factory Option)

 
 
 
Please load Device Manager.
 
Expand the "Network adapters" section as you see below.  See what is listed and translate for me as well as grab a screenshot like I have below.
 
 
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The manual is very generic.  At most it states there is an "A", "B" and "C" model.

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Mine is B

Batteries

Bluetooth

Computer

Storage controllers

Sound, video and game controllers

IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers

USB controllers

Human interface

Image processing device

Software devices

Memory technology devices

System devices

In/out audio

Printing line

Monitor

Others

......Unknown

Periphericals XBOX

Network card

Graphic card

processors

mouses...

keyboard

Drives Unit

DVD drives

 

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Thanx but the "Network adapters" section (or something to that effect) has not been expanded.

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From that we see you have a Realtek Gigabit Ethernet NIC and Intel WiFi N 7260 and Bluetooh.  So we know you can connect wirelessly and via wired Ethernet.

 

If the errors are gone then you can update the OS via Windows Update ( based upon the fact you just reinstalled the OS ) and install all your intended applications.

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