I have a Windows 2000 Pro machine at work that is doing the following:
It starts up and gets to the login screen. I log in and it gives me an error saying that the page file is too small and needs to be increased in size. When I click okay it processes for a few minutes and returns me to the Cntl-Alt-Del screen. Same for Safe Mode.
I can't change the page file because I can't get into the OS. Last Known Good doesn't help...especially because it apparently lets me log in before giving the error.
I wonder if you use the Recovery Console to access your Temp Folder and delete all the entries there.. hmm
What can I do with the Windows 2000 Recovery Console?
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