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Further Steps… Of course there is a reason for any of the Windows system boot files to get corrupted, so once your system starts again, run a chkdsk (check disk) to If I do come across other solutions I will post them here. Server 2003 BSOD after replacing faulty RAID controller with a different model how to repair windows 2003 / raid 5 configuration 8 Replies Datil OP Mel9484 Jun 28, For this you would again need to start your PC from the Windows XP CD-ROM or DVD. http://3swindows.com/access-is/access-is-denied-asp-net.html

Can you guys suggest what to do? Here is how to disable Defender in Vista: http://www.pcauthorities.com/pc-security/how-to-disable-windows-defender-in-vista Anthony don on Tue, 8th Sep 2009 3:10 am thanks for your explanation about ntoskrnl and hal. bigflex118 [url][/url] JrzyCrim Mastermind Posts: 2062 3+ Months Ago I don't know how successful the following technique will be but it might work in some cases: Based on a tip I Was that a repair install?

Maybe the simplest is to have the Windows setup repair your installation. After the defrag had finished shunting the files around, I get the error message. Rather prefer to use "Last Known Good...", if available.  Else, the KB article is spot-on, and indeed quite common. Any answers would be appreciated.

  1. My brother had said that a difference in service pack number might cause a problem.
  2. I narrowed the "clicking" sounds down to the hard drive turning on and off.
  3. So we didn't try.My mate has now learned the hard way about backups, he's upset about all his lost data.
  4. The installation that I need to repair is not listed.
  5. Assuming that your current issue is related to a corrupt registry, this should fix a corrupt registry issue in most cases.
  6. bbearren, Nov 23, 2008 #11 ekassy Thread Starter Joined: Jun 25, 2008 Messages: 6 Sorry, I was following some instructions I found for the reinstall, before i realized that the disk
  7. Exact error messages do not always relate the exact issue.

I can view some of the files. Does that require a recovery disk or simply the Windows 2000 cd? In answer to your question, you can do a 'repair install' of windows 2000: http://www.riverbank.co.uk/support/R1206.html A repair install will leave your programs and data intact. gone without a trace, leaving just a 288k file called winnt in its place.

allowwildcards = Turning this variable on will allow you to use wildcards (the asterisk) with certain commands. When it reboots again after getting this message, I get an error saying that the NTOSKRNL.EXE file is either corrupt or doesn't exist. Normally after logging on to the RC, you should already be in the %systemroot% (Windows\) directory. The manufacturers constantly update their software, so naturally ntoskrnl.exe may exist in a different version with a different name.

ATNO/TW Super Moderator Posts: 23473Loc: Woodbridge VA 3+ Months Ago This is a tough problem. Help us We regularly check all the links on our pages, but it’s possible that a link doesn’t work or it doesn’t point to the correct page. Your suggestion about the SET ALLOWALLPATHS command I'll pass on to my friend. All these files are required during Windows startup, so any problem with the files will cause Windows not to start.

My question is if I do a repair installation of windows will I lose all my data and all my programs. The first thing that happened was the Windows Check Disk thing ran and reported lots of sectors not accessible. it turns out you can't even edit files with it. Install the version that is adequate to your computer.

I thought I had hidden the Win2k Pro partition on install, but must have missed it. check my blog edit: fixed the link JrzyCrim Mastermind Posts: 2062 3+ Months Ago You're welcome. I have not backed data on these drives, and would not want to lose anything I have on these files. If it is correct and you still receive the error, then try the following commands: Code: [ Select ] cd "c:\windows\driver cache\i386" expand sp1.cab -F:ntoskrnl.exe c:\windows\system32 cd "c:\windows\driver cache\i386" expand sp1.cab

ATNO/TW Super Moderator Posts: 23473Loc: Woodbridge VA 3+ Months Ago Man, that's excellent Jim! Free up memory be temporarily stopping some applications or services. That leaves out the 2000 users. this content In fact, putting my money where my mouth is, I deleted my boot.ini and ntoskrnl.exe from my system partition and successfully booted my system from the floppy.

I think that I covered all possible bases in advance and that there is not much hope left of replacing the ntoskrnl.exe file. He's sure nothing was happening, no Windows updates just installed or anything like that. We did try chkdsk /something the first time we were in the Recovery Console.

this time it did. *lol Thanks for the feedback.

So it was quite a surprise to me when I tried to connect to it one day, and no go. even if you've never touched linux before I recomend knoppix as its competely gui so you never have to touch the command line if you don't want to /end rant/). I found that I cannot use the LOGON command. Given the ongoing subject in light of the new "hardware" problem and after (admittedly) a somewhat quick read of the post, I find it difficult to see exactly what thread replies

The XP install went off without a hitch, but like everyone else in this thread, when I went to boot Win2K Pro I had this dreaded ntoskrnl file problem just like One last followup post on this and then I promise I'll stop ! Basically i think it re-wrote the NTFS data so that it was all good. have a peek at these guys Bottom line is I was able to recover all files on the computer and not have to format it and start from scratch.

KB3206632 Update Fails at 97% [SOLVED] ASUS Zenbook only "boots" into... http://www.maxtor.com Are all hard drives compatable with all computers or no? crjdriver, Nov 24, 2008 #14 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. In theory this worked.

thank you ekassy, Nov 16, 2008 #1 Sponsor redoak Gone but never forgotten Joined: Jun 24, 2004 Messages: 6,782 Take a look at this earlier Thread here at TSG: I have an amd64 and not in the file: \ I386 \ is inside: \ amd64 \ once where your file type. If it was mounted improperly, excessive vibration could cause a failure. For future reference, what did you do?

In the case of W2K, you need the Emergency Repair Disk. Great post. roadrage Newbie Posts: 11 3+ Months Ago here is a url that might help and also how to guide http://support.microsoft.com/default.as ... -us;124550 JrzyCrim Mastermind Posts: 2062 3+ Months Ago Thanks for Are you using more than one drive?

When saving from notepad, wrap the filename in quotes to ensure that it doesn't get saved as boot.ini.txt. In addition, I also can access the XP files while on Win2K and vice versa.