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When trying to carry out a full repair of Win2k installation it rebooted with this message:

STOP:  C0000263 {Driver Entry Point Not Found} The \SystemRoot\System32\Drivers\FLTMGR.SYS device driver could not locate the entry point Io Get Device Attachment Base Ref in driver ntoskrnl.exe.

How should I proceed?

Oh, one thing, I have Acronis Loader installed.  Could this have caused the repair process to go belly up?  Although I can restore system with Acronis I need to effect a repair as I sometimes the laptop emerges from hibernation with a blue screen.  This is because I've used Windows Live OneCare to remove registry items, resulting in unstable O/S.
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by:Zaheer Iqbal
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I would luanch in windows recovery console and run chkdsk /r
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by:fleamour
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I booted UBCD4Win & ran chkdsk with r perimeter but it detected no bad sectors.
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by:fleamour
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I have managed to get my computer to comply with an old backup file.  However now my wireless card only works for one session, when rebooting it hangs unconnected.  I have to reinstall the driver/software each time.

I need to install a lot of updates so this is a cruddy problem.
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Install backup file to a blank canvas, i.e. Formatted HDD.
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