The ntkrnlmp issue
is frequent for the period of the setting up of operating
system. But anyhow the installation stops it will come
up with the same error. Moreover, the issue may come
up as these posts "The file I386\Ntkrnlmp.exe might
not be full. The fault policy is 7". It means that
the issue has stopped the computer from installing the
operating system. Moreover, operating system makers
has recognized two probable causes of the ntkrnlmp
issue. First is, if the system’s essential contribution
productivity, for example- BIOS settings are false,
that may result into issues during the operating system
installation. The additional issue could be the faulty
RAM installed in the system.
Most of the windows operating systems like: Windows
XP Professional and Home then Server 2003 normal and
Enterprise. Also, the Server 2003 Datacenter with the
Business Server 2003 Premium are affected by ntkrnlmp
issue. That is why they always recommend resetting the
BIOS or keeping the CMOS settings as the factory defaults.
We can access the system BIOS by pressing the "F1"
key, "Esc" key or "Del" keys. We
need to make the settings into bring back stage. The
moment we access the BIOS, we can also refer to the
motherboard's user manual for any discrepancy.
However, if keeping the BIOS into bring back stage doesn't
forbid the ntkrnlmp issue, then we
should try upgrading the BIOS. For that we can log on
to the motherboard manufacturer's web page. Under the
sustain division of the motherboard, we will get download
option. We need to download the most recent BIOS. With
the intention of doing this, we need the motherboard
manual for instruction in order to improve the BIOS.
After this, we need to restart the computer and in this
way ntkrnlmp issue will be removed