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You must enable viewing hidden and system files. I just want to make sure you understand that it will NOT repair XP if it gives you the option to repair or replace the Windows directory.. Anymore ideas? Type regsvr32 disk.sys and press Enter, and then exit the CMD. weblink

You can use DLL Suite to recover disk.sys. What is the name / were would I find that log? The file vssvc.exe is a windows service file 'Volume Shadow Copy'. specially anti-virus also use msconfig to find out what's in the "startup". https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/windows-xp-boot-up-stops-with-did-not-load-driver/ba30f973-ff2f-40c2-be5b-a243e8d716f8

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I looked in the NTBTLOG and it shows that the last driver to load is the AGP440.SYS, the next driver does not load ACPI UNIPROCESSOR PC. But for the log I think that's the log for my safe mode boot cuz in safe mode you can see the stuff that it loads.. Stuck on POST screen.

Also, turning on/off Plug N Play OS in your BIOS may do something. Mar 22, 2003 #16 kakaroto TS Rookie Topic Starter I will try the volume copy thing and turn it to manual. but it would stay there forever and the computer just idles but the bar still moves back and forth. You can not post a blank message.

here are the errors i found in event viewer in applications there are Errors from sourc VSS and Eventsystem VSS description: Volume Shadow Copy Service error: Unexpected error calling routine CoCreateInstance. I to have had similar problems before, but the cause can vary. Startup Problem Started by snb , Jun 20 2005 03:49 PM Please log in to reply 1 reply to this topic #1 snb snb Junior TEG Forum Member Members 1 posts http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/3524/t/18944432 Mar 23, 2003 #18 kakaroto TS Rookie Topic Starter yeah I think it is the safe mode boot log because I check the times of the boot and it doesn't seems

Posted by mombodog on 29 Mar 2008 1:10 Glad you repaired it, you are welcome. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. You must install the windows over your current installation. Mar 23, 2003 #20 kakaroto TS Rookie Topic Starter no I don't have the motherboard drivers installed and I can't install it in safe mode....but the problem is fixed cuz I

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  • The log is saved to \Windows\ntbtlog.txt Mar 22, 2003 #13 kakaroto TS Rookie Topic Starter ok guys i did the boot log and event viewer and here are the results
  • But I did get SUCCESS in rebooting, in a somewhat unusual manner.
  • So please keep an eye out for that option.

I am open for suggestions that would work... http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/tracing-failure-during-xp-boot-up.238260/ Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. none of the above suggestions worked so far... Several functions may not work.

you all have been a great help... http://forumfamiljar.com/did-not/did-not-load-driver-acpi-x64-based-pc.php And in safe mode sound drivers are not booted right? Its a good idea to look at all the event logs and focus on any warnings that have a timestamp indicating the same time when you last experienced the problem. associated with file: comres.dll spec of my computer....

poor tech-support by me here, i am one of those people that it only works when it's in my hands :S which don't help at all in this case... The windows repair thing you chose is the recovery console, it will be not much use in this case. lol thanks Mar 21, 2003 #8 Nic TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,549 You can also use change/edit boot.ini by going to ... http://forumfamiljar.com/did-not/did-not-load-driver-acpi-uniprocessor-pc.php Login now.

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Mar 23, 2003 #21 j4m32 TS Rookie Posts: 49 F8 on boot too XP hi, im assuming you cant get into windows here: press f8 on boot and goto "last known

In this case, I never did get the hanging-after-Mup.sys / ACPI issue straightened out - hopefully, someday I'll know how to fix that kink. stuck on boot screen helpplz Bykakaroto · 26 replies Mar 20, 2003 Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > HI, I have a problem when I boot windows xp pro... Do you know of any viruses that may cause this problem? Maxvimana 1 answer Last reply Oct 21, 2010 More about booting aford10Oct 21, 2010, 4:57 AM Try changing your ACPI setting in the BIOS.

Re: D201GLY2 XP installation problem mickmann Jan 21, 2015 8:44 AM (in response to allan_intel) Thanks AllenYes I did downgrade the Bios and I did get XP to install but I Also this has happened like 2 days after i built the system, but I just restarted from scratch again. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Log in or Sign up MajorGeeks.Com Support Forums Home Forums > ----------= PC, Desktop and Laptop Support =------ > Software > This this content Loaded driver NDIS.sys Loaded driver sbp2port.sys Loaded driver Mup.sys Loaded driver agp440.sys Did not load driver ACPI Uniprocessor PC Did not load driver Audio Codecs Did not load driver Legacy Audio

I ran safe mode bootlogger and here is the part of the ntbtlog.txt file where XP freezes at the "Did not load driver ACPI Uniprocessor PC." Have googled the Did not do you have any anti-virus or zone-alarm running on your pc? Perhaps installed new drivers or new software? closest thing i can think of is a Registry Setting or OS File has been modified by an install for an older OS possibly?

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