I need help making a start up disk so I can boot my other computer.It starts to boot up but then a blue screen and an error accurrs. At this point I cannot do anything except restart and end up back at the blue screen. Can you help me?Hi, KOS. Obvious question: What does the blue screen say? You can see it. We can't. RC
Hi, Each time I boot up my PC, which runs on XP home, I get this error message. I've tried editing the Autoexec.nt and Config.net to no avail. Can any of you please tell me how to rid of the error? Thank you very much. C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT. The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. Choose 'Close' to terminate the application.http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en- us;324767 and
Hi, Within one day, my computer has restarted itself several times (usually soon after the boot up) displaying the lsass.exe error message (1073741819) right before. I have ran a virus check and nothing came up. I am running Windows XP and although I have not installed anything lately I did perform a system restore to two days before I started having this problem. Does this sound familiar to anyone? Should I be alarmed? Does anyone know what I can do?disable system restore and reboot. this will erase all the system restore data that is infected. run adaware and spybot to remove the trojans don II'm having a different problem with the lsass.exe: my machine will not boot up and gives the following: "Lsass.exe - not enough quota virtual memory or paging file quota
How do I stop the below message from opening up everytime I boot up? Error message on start up 'W_IVeiw Error' error could not execute Main. The system cannot find the file specified.Sounds like you had a virus and your anti-virus found it and removed it, to fix this you will need to open the registry and manually remove the entry windows is trying to start, click start run type in regedit click OK. click on edit, then find type in W_IVeiw, then click find once it finds it delete it, it will as to confirm say yes. WARNING: deleting incorrect entries will cause windows to crash, do this at your own risk. You can also download and use utilities to do this for you there is a 30 day free trial of Tune-up Utilities 2004. This can be found at tune-up.com. Good Luck
cause that, but I've checked all the programs that load up when windows starts (even tried booting without any of them by disabling them all in msconfig), and the services I have enabled seems to be fairly optimised. I've even tried disabling all the hardware that's not essential using the device manger, but the slow boot is still there. Is there a known issue that I don' Tools, double-click Event Viewer and select System for system errors or Application for application errors. Look for Error in the Type column and double click on Error to reveal a Description of the error. This can be copied by using Clipboard Viewer (see later).
2. Part of the Description of the error will include a link, which you should double click for further information and you can copy using
Everytime i boot up my system, it gives me the message: error loading c:\WINDOWS\system32\msiefr40.dll the specified module could not be found. What can i do to fix this problem?That DLL is for the Microsoft Internet Explorer French language. Have you recently installed the French language module?
the day before the problem started, booting to the last known config that worked, safe mode and safe mode with command prompt. I still receive the blank screen. I was able to access the task manager and I clicked on new task and typed in exploree. The desktop appeared along with an error screen When I reboot the same thing happens. I tried repairing XP but I received the "blue screen of death" in the middle of the process. I had backed up C drive and was able to restore it but I still boot to a blank screen. I have verified that my registry shell entry in winlogon is Explorer.exe Can someone help me with this?Hi, check here:- Taskbar Is Missing When You Log On to Windows: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;318027 Taskbar Repair Tool Plus! http://www
Does anyone know How to speed up the boot up and close down times in XP safely ? mines taking at least 3-4 minutes both times ( it's a new installation) jimboHello Jimbo, Microsoft has made available a program to analyze and decrease the time it takes to boot to WindowsXP The program is called BootVis 1. Uncompress the file. 2. Run BOOTVIS.EXE 3. For a starting point, run Trace / Next Boot + Driver Delays 4. This will reboot your computer and provide a benchmark 5. After the reboot, BootVis will take a minute or two to show graphs of your system startup. 6. Note how much time it takes for your system to load (click on the red vertical line) 7. Then run Trace / Optimize System 8. Re-Run the Next Boot + Drive Delays 9. Note how much the time has decreased 10. Mine went
39;ve been kicking myself for the last day or so ;-) ) anyway if anyone can suggest a good, non-file-destructive method of getting my desktop back, i can back the files up and then blitz the system. all suggestions gratefully received and i hope you all had a good easter, dannyMaybe this Computer Stops Responding with a Black Screen When You Start Windows http://support. the XP CD. Which HP will eventually provide you. Either free or minimal cost.
Also, did you review & try the "6 boot diskette" method ---- to attempt access to recovery Console?
MS article 310994method - exactly the same error message with the other version of the bootable diskettes. think i've exhausted this option. i can't realistically wait for hp to
Help i'm not computer technicial. Windows XP is givining me a error at boot up. "Non-Syatem disk, replace and strike when ready" Theres not disk in my computer. I have checked all my disk drivers and there is no disk. Someone please help meIf none of the other suggestions are true, then it could be the hard drive has failed. On another computer download a drive diagnostic utility from the hard drive manufacturer's web site. That will create a bootable floppy disc. Run the diagnostics from there.
I got a messenge said "unknown hardware error" when boot up this morning,what should i do?Hi, Might be nothing, might be a problem. Watch carefully to see if the problem begins to repeat itself. Have you made any hardware changes recently?see if the problem Well, thank you friend~ yes, i got this messenge again and again while rebooting i've known the reason that i got some bad sections on the hard disk anyway, thank you~!
Hello all please help! Got a 'Disk Read Error' again this morning when i bootup my Dell Optiplex with WinXP Pro. After couple of ctrl-alt-delete anothe msg says "UNMOUNTABLE BOOT VOLUME, STOP: 0X0 .". I eventually able to start it up and did a CHKDSK /R but still it didn't help, this appears to happen randomly (somethime it boot without problem) but each time I was able to boot it up, and once it's up it appears to be OK. I read from the internet there is some patch from MS that fix this perticular problem (NTFS patch (Q315403.exe), part number 9519407) according to Gateway site, but was not able to find this patch at Microsoft. Can someone point me the LINK to this patch or offer some other solution. On my system property I have XP Pro. version
and that is what solved it for them. There were several posts in a short period about the same thing, and haven't been anything since then.Rock, Finally resolved this one. Here is what I discoved below. After I installed "Service Pack 2", I had this error as well! I found an executable file in my "Start up" folder called, "crc.exe" and I moved it to a folder I created in "My Documents" folder called "Boot Errors." I would advise against deleting the file, just in case in encounter other issues later. A little history regarding my situation I had been out looking at a "Ring Tone" converter for my cell phone, and I think the download of the setup file put it
I am receiving an error: shutdown initiated ntauthority/system must restart because remote procedure call rpcservice terminated unexpectedly Please help, my computer currently won't boot up because of this.. Thaks, Rick CampbellThanks everyone for the quick replies! I am going home from work in a couple of hours and will apply the fix then! Sincerely, Rick Campbell of
Running XP Pro, I downloaded and installed the patch for the blaster worm 2 days ago. System is clean, no infection. However, since then, every time I boot up my system 32 folder opens on my desktop. It is VERY annoying to have to close this window each time I boot up. Can anybody tell me how to stop this? Also, new icon "appeared" on my desktop for AOL Broadband. I have NO idea where this came from (unless it happened when my kids were into AOL Instant Messenger, but they say not .) I deleted the icon but program for AOL Broadband is not listed in Add/Remove programs so could not delete it. Could this be related to the above folder problem? Help!Visit the following link. http://forums.
Does anyone know what the blue smiley face that flashes on the boot up screen is?What blue smiley face? I suggest you do a virus check of your machine.
; one of the conponents that windows needs to continue setup could not be installed. A component's file does not match the verification information present in the component manifest. In the setup log file. It reads Error: SXS.DLL: Syntaxc error in manifest or policy file "H:\1386 \asms\1000\MSFT\WINDOWS\GDIPLUS|GDPLUS.MANon line 4 Do I need to format the disk again? Or is my cd bad? Will MS provide me with a replacement? Tim McGovernIf you are already doing a clean install (which apparently you are) and all peripherals are unattached and the installation is failing, you probably have bad hardware. Start with a RAM test - I like Memtest86 from www.memtest86.com - and
I have received this message on boot up. Tried safe mode and last known good, no luck. Need way to get either get to windows or DOS. If I use a DOS start up disk and correct the problem will this fix the error. Need help fast. Thanks in advance.Are you sure it's isass.exe and not lsass.exe bad image error? See if anything in these links can help for lsass.exe. Good luck. http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=LSASS.exe+bad+image+error&spell=1 http://groups-beta.google.com/groups?q=LSASS.exe%20bad%20image%20error&hl=en&lr=&sa=N&tab=wgRock, Could be Lsass.exe. More info "The application or DLL C:\WINNT\system32\SAMSRV.dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette." Unable
After you reboot keep pressing F8 and then try Last Known Good Configuration.I tried that, it freezes with a blank black screen and nothing happens ??? Good Configuration. reboot. 24/04/2004Hi Grant-- What exactly happens when you try to boot? Are you getting a blue screen or any screen with any kind of error information? It might have a clue to your problem. If you try the repair install won't work, here are some other alternatives for saving your system and possibly getting up to Windows. There could be a number of reasons why you can't boot, but without being in Windows it's pretty difficult to investigate them. If you could get to Windows via one of these methods, I'd check Event Viewer under Systems and Applications to see if you can
My laptop displays the next message when it boots up: "Windows could not start because the fololowing file is missiong or corrupt: \windows\system32\config\system" I loaded the setpu disk and try to use the Recovery Console but, I stop on a message that says: "Which windows installation would you like to log onto" I press C and nothing happens.Hi, You should be pressing the number indicating the installation listed, usually a "1".
I have been using XP professional for about 45 days ago (used 2000 for 5 years prior)and recently downloaded a software program on trial basis. It is StartUp Copilot program which is similar to the StartUp Pro Cop of PC Magazine (though not as helpful as PC Mag program). Immediately after downloading, on my first boot up immediately after starting, there is a windows that shows Windows\System 32 with all the corresponding folders of the system. I can close it ok but it keeps opening on each and every bootup. I know it is something that the recently installed program did and I cannot get anyone to respond to my question (does not speak very highly for someone on a trial version - at this rate, I doubt if I will purchase it). I think it
When i boot up my computer from off, unless the XP Pro CD is in the hard drive, the computer freezes and produces a fatal error screen. how can i boot up without having the XP pro CD in the drive?Go into your system's BIOS and check the boot order. Make sure the hard drive is listed. If it is already listed, try putting it first. Remove the cd before booting and see if all is well now. Malke
my computer i get a white bar scan that goes pretty quick , its almost like when you turn your computer off by pressing the power buttom and when you go to boot up your computer it does a scan of the drive , its similar to that Why does it do this ever start up and is there something wrong when it does ??? I shut down my computer the way it suppose to get shut down . Also i notice it take some time to shut down is there a patch for making the computer shut down quicker ??? My friends computer shut down a lot faster then mine and i was wondering why ???The white bar on start up is not uncommon. I don't get it but others have posted they do. It's not really a problem. For shutdown issues one thing to do is install the Microsoft User Profile Hive Cleanup
Is there anyway to resolve the error message without using the recover disc and losing everything currently on my hard drive?LSASSS.EXE is the target of a few infectors. The first thing to do is find out if you are infected Please go to McAfee (http://www.mcafee.com/myapps/mfs/default.asp) and/or Trend (http://housecall.antivirus.com ) and perform and online scan of your platform and report back your results. Based upon those results, we can go on from there. Davemy computer won't boot up, therefore I can't run the scan. Any other suggestions? thing to do is find out if you are (http://www.mcafee.com/myapps/mfs/default.asp) and/or Trend scan of your platform and reportIf you cannot boot into Safe Mode or Last Known Good Configuration, you can try a Repair Install.
When I boot up my computer, I get an error message that reads: Error 10048 in function bind. Address already in use. Any ideas what it means or what to do?Hi, Isolate the cause, these can help: How to Troubleshoot By Using the Msconfig Utility in Windows XP [Q310560] http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=310560 HOW TO: Perform Advanced Clean-Boot Troubleshooting in Windows XP http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=316434 Once you know "what" is causing it, addressing it might be a bit easier.
;gt;> the computer will shut down in 60 second, with counte > down couter >> I try to update the windows critic update file. During th > update progressing. the virus shuts down the computer >> Now, the computer can not boot up at all. It keeps reboo > before every boot up finished > Try to get into Safe Mode. Repeatedly press F8 as the computer i starting up. Hopefully, you'll be able to get into Safe Mode and onc there, you can scan with your antivirus. Please repost if you need mor help. From your description, you could have MSBlaster or Sasser Malk -- MS MVP - Windows Shell/Use Elephant Boy Computer www.elephantboycomputers.co &
down " and goes on to tell me to resart the pc and delete any new hard ware. As you know the pc came with no start up disk or anything It also shows this code on the blue screen "unmountable_boot_volume " technical infomation : *** stop 0x000000ed (0x8123d030,0x000000e,0x00000000,0x0000000 This is all I get out of this pcTake a look here http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=unmountable_boot_volume+error+in+WinXP indacates there has been a error and gives me choices to boot in safe mode , normal , ect. I have tried every last one of those modes and I keep getting a blue screen that says " problem has
Often when I boot up my computer and windows initializes I get the following error screen : "Files that are required for windows to run properly have been replaced by unrecognized versions. To maintain system stability windows must restore the original versions of these files. . . . Insert your windows XP Professional CD-ROM now." When I hit the button entitles "more information" I get the following response: Possible reasons for this problem : You have inserted the wrong CD [i.e. a different windows product CD than the version installed] The CD-ROM deive in you system is not functioning. Neither of these "possible reasons" are valid, yet I continually get this error screen and have reinstalled Windows XP from the original disk several times. The
with the following would be greatly Appreciated This morning i used my laptop as normal and promtly shut down. When i cam e to use the Laptop later in the day i began the boot up process. Bios ran as normal and the Windows XP loading screen Appeared as Normal. However, XP will not initiate and an error message returns that Reads "STOP:c0000218 (registry file failure) The registry cannot load the hive (file): \systemroot\system32\config\SOFTWARE IT IS CORRUPT, ABSENT OR NOT WRITEABLE begining dump of physical memory physical dump complete" Is this problem correctable by simply using the boot up disk or will it involve a complete win XP re installation? and if so, does anyone know if my hard drive will be intact? Jimm287Hi, Please follow the steps from the following link: http
Hi just purchased a Dell 8300 that is running Windows XP. I wanted to back up my data that is in my "My Documents" folder onto a DVD-RW and I get the following message: "Confirm Stream Loss Error. File has extra info attached to it that might be lost if you continue to copy. The contents of the file will not be affected. or am I losing some files? Any help and advice greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance. DarrenDepending on what software you happen to be using for burning your files it really is simple, make sure that when you boot up that software you select make a data disk, then open the personal folder where your files are, generally all you need to do is select the files and drag and drop them into the window of the burning software, then load in your blank
I am the administrator and use XP Pro. I am trying to set up accounts for my kids as limited users and can do so but when they boot up the automatic installer starts, trying to load XP Pro. They should not have to do this, as it is already installed. They have to click cancel about 10 times before it goes away. Without having to reinstall XP Pro again, is there a work around so this message does not appear? I checked the MS kb, no help there RobAre you sure the installer isn't trying to install user settings for MS *Office* XP? If this is
I put this message into another public windows xp. newsgroup but I don't think Rick Rogers reads that so here it is again. I have two desktops on my XP pros sp1. When I boot up the computer shows me a box saying it can't boot into the "other" desktop. This is not the administrator desktop which is a third. How can I change the boot sequence to boot to "my desktop which is where I work and have all my icons for programs? Any help or advice gratefully accepted.Sounds like a corrupted profile lost profile Logon to another account with admin privilege and run System Restore. Choose the most recent restore point and SR should restore the user hives. Create a New User or Restore the User Profile http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q318011 HOW TO
computer and will not get past the blue windows xp screen. The error message contains an "wirelessmgr.exe application error". The problem is I don't have my WindowsXP Home edition CD to do a system restore. The other problem is my laptop does not have a floppy drive for me to boot from a floppy. Are there any ways to get around this??Can you start up in safe mode?? richNo, I can't start in safe mode either? When I start in safe mode the same thing happens except the xp welcome screen is 3/4 the original size. It just locks up on that screen until I completely shut down the computer. message and error error". CDNo, when I try to boot in safe mode it does the exact same thing, except the blue windows xp screen is 3/4 the size of the screen