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I am using Windows Server 2003... My Server Automatically Restarted, It's showed C:\windows\system32\config\System Folder has been corrected.So, repair the Window OS.. I also Repaired Window OS. Afterward, It's login to my user and restarted.. After started, it showing following error:

Error Code: 0xC000036f,  Stop:C000021a {Fatal System Error}

Anyone give the soution...
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by:WizardWill
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Also was there any other information about a DLL file ?
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by:DaRakNa
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Try press f8 during startup before the winlogo comes up, and choose  "last configuration that worked"
if still not working try this:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;156669
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by:kskumaresan
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Thanks your reply... How to go Command Prompt because i am not able to login.. in starting stage auotmatically restarting..
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by:DaRakNa
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After BIOS POST try and press f8, and select safe mode with command prompt.
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Kent Olsen earned 125 total points
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Hi kskumaresan,

This error is quite specific.  The login process is failing because a program is corrupt, there is a hardware error, a backup image was restored to incompatible hardware, etc.

WizarWill first posted the link ( http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;156669 ) to the Microsoft writeup on the error.  See if any of the events described in the writeup are the likely culprit.


Good Luck,
Kent
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by:kskumaresan
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Hi Friends,

  Thaanks ur useful tip.... I am tried to login in safemode with command prompt mode... but,  that mode also not able to start.. in starting stage auotmatically restarting..

now, what can i do?.... please give some tips...
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by:Kent Olsen
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If the files used to log into Windows are damaged, safe mode won't help.

Check that article and see if any of the described events fit you.  If you can find the cause, it may help to determine the correct course of action.


Kent
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by:kskumaresan
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Hi Kdo,

        I saw that article... it mension some possible solution....all r useful article,but i am not able t use... Because, already mensioned (automatically restarting)... i tried to done repaired. After repaired, same problem going on...


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If any other possibility is it there?...
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