win2000 crash!!!


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Charles Garner

Overnight my system stopped working. It will get to the
point where the color bars at the bottom of the screen is
aboput halfway and it goes white on blue screen.
Message says "If this is the first time your system failed
to start then restart your computer; I f it has occured
before then run chkdsf or call your manufacturer.
I am the manufacturer.
I have tried to reload win2000 pro. Same problem. I have
tried to repair the drive, same problem while loading it
stops about halfway and shows the blue screen with the
error message.
I have run chkdsk /r. Same results.
during post I see the drives come up and they are labeled
(Capable but disabled) both of them. My old win98se drive
is D:.
I can still boot from d: drive but of course I cannot see
the NTFS file system on C:
Any Ideas?

Thanks for your reply.
 
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Leonard Severt [MSFT]

Overnight my system stopped working. It will get to the
point where the color bars at the bottom of the screen is
aboput halfway and it goes white on blue screen.
Message says "If this is the first time your system failed
to start then restart your computer; I f it has occured
before then run chkdsf or call your manufacturer.
I am the manufacturer.
I have tried to reload win2000 pro. Same problem. I have
tried to repair the drive, same problem while loading it
stops about halfway and shows the blue screen with the
error message.
I have run chkdsk /r. Same results.
during post I see the drives come up and they are labeled
(Capable but disabled) both of them. My old win98se drive
is D:.
I can still boot from d: drive but of course I cannot see
the NTFS file system on C:
Any Ideas?

Thanks for your reply.
Charles,

On the initial failure screen is there additional text? Since it is
suggesting to run chkdsk then it should be detecting some hard drive or
file system problem. What do you mean you tried to repair the drive? I'm
assuming you ran chkdsk /r in recovery console? Did it report any
problems? What are you talking about when you say the drives are labeled
"(Capable but disabled) both of them"? Have you tried safe mode?

Leonard Severt

Windows 2000 Server Setup Team
 

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