Get STOP ERROR when trying to run XP recovery from CD.


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Guest

I am trying to resolve a stop error. The original problem was:

The computer would not boot up. It would go throught the boot process, show
the XP splash screen but then just try to boot up again. It will not boot up
in safe mode, and it will not let me use the options, safe mode with command
prompt or boot to last known good configuration. When I select Disable
automatice reboot, I get the following blue screen error:

STOP: c000021a {Fatal System Error}
The session manager initialization system process terminated unexpectedly
with a status of 0x000026c (0x00000000 0x00000000) The system has been shut
down.

Therefore, safe mode offers no option to assist in any way.

I have read the article "How to troubleshoot a STOP 0xc000021a error", but
it is not possible to troubleshoot without the use of any of the
safemodeoption. I am trying to run the recovery option from the CD.
However, the result is another blue screen error:

"A problem has been detedted and windows has been shut down to prevent
damage to your computer. Check for viruses on your computer. Remove any
newly installed ....... "

Technical information: STOP: 0x0000007c (0xF88BA63c, 0xc0000034, 0x00000000,
0x00000000)

I am running an upgrade version of XP Home Edition and service pack 2 is
installed. Is there a way to resolve this problem? Or will I have to
reformat the HD, install Win98 and then XP upgrade and start all over again
(not a pleasant thought).

TIA
 
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DL

NB You dont have to install the early version in order install the upgrade.
You start the install when it complains, you pop early version cd in, and
point the install to it. This applies to most if not all upgrade cd's
 
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kimiraikkonen

I suggest you to format your harddrive again and install Windows XP
from a bootable CD.
Also make sure your system memory is not defective.

good luck

Kimiraikkonen
DL yazdi:
 

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