Judging by current results, > something else would just freeze anyway.> > I have tried manually rolling back the system registry, just in case, using > the recovery console, but no I have used this XP disk on many other occasions as I am a firm beliver in washing my windows frequently. It goes to command mode. 3. Furthermore, when I tried to run a repair > install, I discovered that my disc doesn't offer that as an option; only a > complete reinstall.> > I don't think this weblink
These did not work for me but there is no reason why might not work for you. For added value check to see if there is a BIOS update available first. and it will give you a complete list of functions you can perform. It just takes TIME to fix the errors..
Personally, I've tried about every "fix" that I have found, yet each system will still hang on start-up ever so often. OK, How about this: mup.sys is a kernel mode network redirector used as part of the Windows Installable File System (IFS). tazosmr, Jan 22, 2014 #14 tazosmr Joined: May 16, 2013 Likes Received: 0 Here are other solutions too - answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-system/xp-hangs-at-mupsys-on-startup/97c6550f-a1ef-45bb-9666-b773bacfdac0?page=2 tazosmr, Feb 14, 2014 #15 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want
share|improve this answer edited Mar 7 '12 at 12:27 answered Mar 7 '12 at 10:21 Kaurin 630512 Sirex is the one who asked the question in the first place How to show a very important notification on the button itself which opens it? But fingers crossed most should be ok. If you dont have one, borrow one from a friend (hopefully).
Hello and welcome to PC Review. If chkdsk fails to resolve the problem, at this point you may need to reinstall windows but first ... Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/117233-45-blank-screen-freezing-boot xeu, Aug 3, 2007 #7 auto78900 Joined: May 14, 2008 Likes Received: 0 Will this still happen in the new XP Pro SP3 ?
Personally, I've tried about > every "fix" that I have found, yet each system will still hang on start-up > ever so often. > > Does anyone (including you Microsoft people) The last time it happened, Norton Disk Doctor, under index check, also told me I had orphan files. Last edited: Mar 6, 2012 chrizhen, Mar 6, 2012 #12 tazosmr Joined: May 16, 2013 Likes Received: 0 I SOLVED MY PROBLEM. However, the problem comes back when the computer is restarted in a new peripheral configuration.
At the command prompt type"disable Mup.sys" "MUP stands for "Multiple UNC Provider" which assistsWindows in locating resources when more than one redirector is on amachine such as "Microsoft Client for Microsoft http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19285066 share|improve this answer answered Mar 7 '12 at 10:10 Sirex 8,85922949 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote You might want to uninstall all drivers that are in the "Add Somebody please help me. You have the classic Windows XP frozen at mup.sys.
Good Luck Nov 19, 2006 #11 baddmr2 TS Rookie Posts: 33 tyler811 said: LOL Note to self do not answer tech questions before your first make that third cup of http://internetpasswordpro.com/white-screen/white-screen-on-laptop-hp.html Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. it should run some tests on the files and disk. To do this you can use a Linux system such as Knoppix (http://www.knoppix.com/) that runs off a CD.
Then boot from the windows cd. section below. I have selected both options to the same end result, the system hangs again on loading windows XP. check over here Although this has been the fix for others, I dispute its validity.
Remember to disconnect optical and floppy drives. What I did (once per drive): From a Linux system: dd if=/dev/sd(disk) of=d1.img conv=noerror,sync bs=64k From the Windows 7 system vboxmanage convertfromraw d1.img d1.vdi Where I'm at: During boot of either When booting in normal mode my windows XP system hangs after displaying the XP logo and progress bar.
Is > there a service running that I can turn off so that this won't happen? > Thanks for any help... > > FastLane, Jul 9, 2003 #2 Advertisements jym Then I put the memory stick back in and booted again in safe mode. If everyone runs the same transaction, why does only the miner get gas? We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions.
SpybotS&D, Spyware Doctor, SpywareBlaster, AVGFree, Kerio, Peer Guardian, RegscrubXP and Adaware are among the better ones. http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q307545\ It's long and involved, but I tried absolutely EVERYTHING else and I thought this was going to be the first time I couldn't fix my computer.Click to expand... Fresh install get rid of all the old crap in there Nov 22, 2006 #14 mesmer TS Rookie Solved Originally I had a black screen using XP Pro. http://internetpasswordpro.com/white-screen/white-screen-on-computer.html It then hangs at ...Starting Windows XP in the bottom left corner before it even asks me if I would like to do anything.
Here i have seen other solutions too - 1) en.community.dell.com/dell-groups/new-to-community/f/3511/t/19249216.aspx 2) social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/8a46e6bf-bafa-4d68-91f3-d6ba2e3039a9/usb-mouse-fails-after-installing-xp-sp3?forum=itproxpsp (in the middle of the topic, someone said TO roll back to old USB instalation state, and that solved However, if you can run dskchk, it MAY help fix the problem."bigFoot" wrote:> Whenever I start up my machine, I get the following results:> > Normal: After the Windows XP loading When booting windows XP in safe mode the last driver that shows loaded is mup.sys. However, since you've been repeatedly rebooting this VM don't be surprised if you have a dirty disk requiring a five stage chkdsk for NTFS volumes, fully three stages for Fat32/Fat16 volumes.
When I restart and boot-up in safe mode, each system appears to hang on a file called "mup.sys".