SBS 2003 server STOP 0x00000024 (0x001902f0, 0x8a25c908, 0xc0000102, 0x00000000)

I have a SBS 2003 SP1 server that is now getting a blue screen with this STOP error.   STOP 0x00000024 (0x001902f0, 0x8a25c908, 0xc0000102, 0x00000000) I was trying to get the new quickbooks loaded for data only and I kept getting an error on windows installer.  Since the service would not start and downloaded and installed the windows installer for this version.
WindowsServer2003-KB942288-v4-x86.exe  After the install and the reboot I got the blue screen.  Any ideas how I can fix this?
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Are you able to get into SAFE mode , control panel, add,remove and backout that windows update?
riedelcomputersAuthor Commented:
No.  It is stuck in a reboot loop.
did you hold down the PF8  right after the BIOS loads? Key? it MUST show a menu try that and let me know
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riedelcomputersAuthor Commented:
Yes, I get the menu and tried "safe mode" "safe mode with networking" and " Last know good configuration" but it just reboots.
This stop error appears to be caused by ntfs.sys driver. I'd recommend you boot using some recovery media (BartPE, WinPE, etc.) and run a chkdsk /f on the all the drives.
riedelcomputersAuthor Commented:
I am not familar with the BartPE or WinPE.  Do I need my SBS server 2003 disk to create the
recovery media?
it seems like even if you disable the automatic restart faliure ,, you will still have a problem. so...
3 suggestions,,
1- re-boot with the windows server install CD and do a repair...
2-  re-boot with a WinPE ,, and examine your dump file.  it is on your C drive   c:\windows\minidump
%systemroot%\memory.dmp not 100% sure of those lacation but if you do a search for .DMP files you may find a lot of them. just check the latest one for a clue. now once you find it it may just reveal a driver causing the faliure.
3- do a check disk with the repair option.

I do not like to "plug" brands or web sites but this may help it's up to you...

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riedelcomputersAuthor Commented:
I will try booting either with the server 2003 disk or the Hirensbootcd.  Is there any way to
remove a update from recovery console?
See this Microsoft article on how to use the recovery console:

Once you're at the console prompt enter:

chkdsk c: /p

After it completes type:


The server should reboot and hopefully will boot Windows completely.

Also make sure you remove the SBS 2003 CD/DVD during the boot up process.
where you able to examine the DUMP yet?
riedelcomputersAuthor Commented:
Here is an update. I was talking to Microsoft and we have been able to get to recovery console. Server is now running a chkdsk so I am playing the waiting game right now. I will keep you posted. Thank you for all the help so far!
riedelcomputersAuthor Commented:
OKay so a chkdsk /r actually fixed the issue and got the server back up and running!  Thanks to everyone for all your help.
riedelcomputersAuthor Commented:
Great job and fast response!
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