A recent hardware or software change might have caused this. Programmers access the WER service to retrieve data for specific error reports and for statistics-based debugging. This feature will allow you to undo any changes that caused problems in the CurrentControlSet registry key, which defines hardware and driver settings. It's available for Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista. his comment is here
This is true in Windows 2000. I have a back up file on my C drive. A Short-Media community © 2003–2016. I got stuck with a Config error last week and could not fix it, had to send to the repair guys, but now I know, thanks so much for this...
After i've done this the desktop icons begin slowly to appear. Select Show Console and click OK. C: or D: Example of a command you need to type if your volume is C: chkdsk C: /f To repair errors and scan for bad sectors, type chkdsk volume: /r I LOVE You!
Just freezes up on that screen and only option is to hold power button for 7 seconds as ctrl-alt-del does nothing also. Will report back with the results! 15 Jul 2010 ~ 5:15am Steve Saltman I lost the function of removing software in the control panel add or remove programs. It worked form me. Such as one linux based OS for placing product orders and one OS for a work station environment.
Would you like to schedule this volume to be checked the next time the system restarts? (Y/N) If so, type Y and press Enter to perform a scan at the next To help you get started on this expedition, here are 10 things you can do when Windows XP won't boot. I LOVE You! Results and wrap-up It's time to reboot your PC by typing EXIT in the Windows Recovery Console and confirming the command with a stroke of the enter key.
If you can't boot the operating system, you can run the tool from Command Prompt either by booting your computer into the Recovery Mode or by using the original installation disc Depending on the results of this scan, the utility will report the results: If no errors were found, you'll see this message: Your drive was successfully scanned Windows successfully scanned the I LOVE You! Be grateful for those who "create" stuff.
Thanks ROBERT HALLOCK. http://icrontic.com/article/repair_windows_xp Mike 26 Jun 2010 ~ 12:58am Rajesh Pandey use of screen shot and image make things easy to understand 26 Jun 2010 ~ 2:13am Anomi Mouse Save yourself some steps: C: You just can't do that with Windows. But thanks geeksquad, because if it wasn't for you guys i wouldn't be so busy fixing the problems you either couldn't or caused. 18 Oct 2010 ~ 4:02pm Moby THANKS!!
Microsoft. 11 March 2014. When it finds the previous installation, you'll see a second Windows XP Setup screen, as shown in Figure C. Enabling the Java Console through the Java icon in the Windows system tray NOTE: These instructions apply if you've chosen to place the Java icon in the system tray through the Ehhh I dont know how valid this is.
mahaveer: Sounds like your HDD is bad (mechanical failure of some sort). The blue screen appears before I can get so far. 6 Oct 2010 ~ 1:27pm emilio arteaga Thanks very much.Your solution works fine for me. so I was unable to go into windows. This article applies to: Platform(s): Macintosh OS X, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows XP The Java Console provides information about the Java version, user home directory, and
Figure C In-place upgrade This screen will prompt you to press R to repair the selected installation or to press [Esc] to install a fresh copy of Windows XP. Now I'm back online and typing this comment. How do we eliminate one of those options?
To run the utility from the Command Prompt, follow these steps: Boot your computer Go to Start Click Run Type cmd in the box Press Enter You can now type chkdsk WER can now report errors even when the process is in a very bad state for example if the process has encountered stack exhaustions, PEB/TEB corruptions, heap corruptions, etc. Choosing normally gets me in this loop of rebooting and the above message. Perhaps you've also seen these error screens: Windows NT could not start because the below file is missing or corrupt: X:\\WINNT\\System32\\Ntoskrnl.exe _________________ Windows NT could not start because the below file
You can burn EasyRE on CDs, DVDs or USBs. When you see the message Please select the operating system to start or hear the single beep, press [F8] to display the Windows Advanced Options menu. The check disk utility can be run if you need a fix for the following errors: 0x00000024 Various blue screen of death errors NTDETECT failed Fatal error reading boot.ini NTOSKRNL.EXE is Buckets classify issues by: Application Name, Application Version, Application Build Date, Module Name, Module Version, Module Build Date, OS Exception Code/System Error Code, and Module Code Offset.
Not sure what to do there without using a boot disc that can do offline registry fixing (and I'm not going to be able to discuss that because we only support is there anything else i can do? 29 Sep 2010 ~ 6:55pm ardichoke If chkdsk is reporting irrecoverable problems you probably have a hard drive that is physically dying. AMERICA, @#$% YEAAAAH. 5 Nov 2010 ~ 12:38pm areatha You have saved both my wallet and my butt from being kicked today, somehow I managed to install ubuntu on my wifes Also, the center of the disk is not the fastest. 27 Jul 2010 ~ 10:02am Tushon Thrax wrote: That's not really true, I'm afraid.
I have 2 other operating systems on their own HDD's: Vista 32 and 64 on the same computer and they work fine (for M$ at least). For example, if two different bugs crash inside strlen function because they call it with corrupted string there will be only one bucket for both. Because you're running in Safe mode, the only option on the opening screen of the System Restore wizard is Restore My Computer To An Earlier Time, and it's selected by default, Thanks in advance, Paul. 23 Feb 2011 ~ 3:00pm Tushon It sounds like you are borked.
current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. For example, the device pathname format for a standard bootable drive C configuration would look like this: DeviceHardDisk0 #8: Disable automatic restart When Windows XP encounters a fatal error, the default Browser, Outlook, AVG, and just about everything else comes up with the same error. Any help would be wonderful!
Maybe partially true, as in the "inner" OSs, those farther in on the disk, will be "slower" but that is only marginally so and if you are using a SSD, I Solutions? eg Microsoft. Do glass window in space station/space shuttle/other space craft have practical usage?
I uninstalled Kaspersky and some components went with it. CHKDSK /? You can download Easy Recovery Essentials and open Command Prompt to run specific chkdsk commands: You can burn Easy Recovery Essentials to CDs, DVDs or USBs and run Command Prompt. Figure B Choose your OS #5: Fix a corrupt Boot.ini As the Windows XP operating system begins to load, the Ntldr program refers to the Boot.ini file to determine where the