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This morning the system would boot then crash, now it just go to blue screen and gives me this error code. I have not changed the HD. I have tried to boot to the Last Know Goo........ and it does not work. There are no boot sector virus. I do suspect that there is some reg damage as well. Any ideas?
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by:ewtaylor
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What about booting to safe mode can you do that?
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by:cebrooks03
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Nope, nothing.
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by:ZakDaddy
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Pretty comprehensive article from MS:  http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;324103

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by:cebrooks03
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Yea, the same for 2000 is in TechNet. Does not help me though.
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by:cebrooks03
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I'm starting to think that the MBR is currupt.
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by:cebrooks03
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OK, I'm reinstalling the OS. The NTFS file system was junked. Anyway, I can't help but think that there is a better way to recover from this. Is there a utility out there that can be booted to and used to check an NTFS file systm and other stuff like the regestry?
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fadixp earned 2000 total points
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you can download some usefull programs but its all Windows Based such as the one in : www.regedit.com
and about your system dont forget after you install your windows 2000 or 2003 if you can get ..just make an image of the HD
and save it in a CD
so whenever you have a problem you wont have to reinstall the drivers and all the things , the cd to re install ;)
check out Symantic web site for Norton Ghost .
hope this helps
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by:fadixp
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and about MBR , if its curropted it wont go to windows at all ;) so forget about the MBR
it will give you this message : no OS found !
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by:fadixp
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thanks cebrooks03 , and i ll be glad to assist you any time =)
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