troubleshooting Question


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The stop error occurs when the system starts, after the graphical "Windows 2000 Server Family" screen is seen. It occurred after moving an OS to another computer and doing a number of things to let the system boot to the first hard drive.

Please view the problem before this one, located at it has all the info you need.


The system booted fine before to another Windows 2000 installation on the second hard drive, so that might be a clue. Also, using ghost to copy a backup of the OS from another hard drive reveals the error: Unable to update file boot.ini: too many partitions. All other files copy. This problem really perplexes me, as I would like to avoid a reinstallation.

Any other questions, please ask.

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