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Event Viewer showed no errors logged, and boot logging was unhelpful. (Why, oh why, doesn't Microsoft put timestamps in ntbtlog.txt?) The solution to BOTH problems, the startup hangs and the unreliable It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). little help in just seeing 'starting windows 2000', it would ... Some users report that XP reboots on shutdown if APM is enabled, but shuts Windows down just fine if APM is disabled. check my blog

Anyways, I put the Celeron back inside. Win2K is the primary OS on this computer, but it also has a bootleg copy of Windows XP Pro (with no services packs) installed. (It isn't my computer!!!) So I also Correspondent Y. All that I found were conflicts with specific software, specific hardware, or drivers. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/freezing-on-windows-2000-splash-screen.369662/

But the bottom line is that the computer won't start with more than one USB device plugged into its 4-port USB 2.0 card. Started in Safe Mode -This worked. While I could use a KNOPPIX CD to copy out the files, you can't run Windows long with those CDs.

Hello and welcome to PC Review. Here's Help Michael Stevens - How to Perform a Windows XP Repair Install Microsoft - A description of the Safe Mode Boot options in Windows XP Microsoft - How to Install and Use the I think it's calles in the system folder. > > >and it says Windows 2000 on it. Be sure to adjust your BIOS accordingly Try moving around your System RAM DIMMs and/or try removing one Try running an antivirus scan from CD, Diskette or Flash Drive if you

Booted fine. Win2k beens going for 3 weeks straight with no restart.And to my knowledge there are no newer sblive drivers for 5.1 cards.... In my experience, I have never found that the mup.sys driver is actually the cause of the problem but replacing it with a known good uninfected version won't hurt if just dig this More About Us...

kjfrey55, Jun 8, 2005 #6 bradly Joined: Feb 10, 2005 Messages: 773 Eeeek... Good advice on a variation of the above comes from correspondent Attila Szabadkai. If you are running this after Win XP is already installed, choose the Repair option. This step exercises a lot of different areas on the machine, so if it hangs, or is exceptionally slow here, it could be for many reasons.

In the \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32 folder, delete the DEVLDR file. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/help-windows-2000-pro-crashes-at-startup-154053/ Faq Reply With Quote August 15th, 2003,06:17 PM #2 #define Gangsta View Profile View Forum Posts  Contributing User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts)  Join Date Jul 2003 Location Happend to have some registry files in my c:\winnt\repair\regback folder - copied these into my c:\winnt\system32\config (after renaming existing ones)... ...and the system booted! FREDERICK November 29, 2016 at 2:56 pm I really hate window 10.

Don't hold it down for several seconds, as that will power down the computer.) -Dave Burton d4l, Mar 12, 2006 #2 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this click site Email addresses, phone numbers and such will be removed. Dev Shed Forums Navigation Forums Tools Newsletter Signup Articles Help Devshed Network Developer Shed ASP Free Dev Shed Dev Articles Dev Hardware Tutorialized SEO Chat Scripts Codewalkers Web Hosters Dev Mechanic This was originally reported on the Chaintech 6ATA2, and confirmed on other VIA Apollo Pro 133 boards. (Tips from "Zef," The Netherlands, & Robert Lin) Toshiba laptop (model not specified).

bradly, Jun 9, 2005 #9 Rockn Joined: Jul 29, 2001 Messages: 21,334 I am sure the Yahoo software was installing some network stuff as well. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? One of the scarier messages is "Operating System Not Found". news The default time-out for shutdown scripts is 10 minutes.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Or you have a reciept, box, CDKEYS, etc. That clears it up doesn't it! He wanted to share this tip with others (thanks, Y.).

Booted fine. > >I then plugged in the USB devices (a multicard reader, HP printer, Acer >scanner, and a cable with nothing connected to the other end, that I >will plug

If Windows is hanging because it can't force a program to terminate, one solution is to disable the automatic end task logic (AutoEndTask). Strange, very strange... Me why?, Oct 3, 2005 #4 . Stop the Automatic Updates service.

Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. by the_real_martian / February 2, 2006 9:29 AM PST In reply to: Write back when you get your 2000 CD. Only thing I can get is the f12 key to come up. More about the author I would open the machine, clean out the dust bunnies, make sure the capacitors are not bulging or leaking too.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Already Done!

The problem may be intermittent. I can't even put it in safe mode. Similar Threads Networking in windows 2000 server and 2000 pro Clients Brian, Nov 17, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Windows 2000 Networking Replies: 0 Views: 357 Brian Nov 17, 2003 Windows 2000 I list them here as part of the ongoing data collection.

I get to 12 blue blocks on the progress > >bar, and then it hangs. > > So that's past the DOS type character screen, and pressing F8 as early > It's no longer supported at all, and more and more new software and hardware won't run it. Random freezes, crashes and restarts while Overclocking 7950 Asus DCIIT. Or, to check the other side of the APM/ACPI coin, open the Power Options applet in Control Panel.

This adds the Windows Update Catalog link in the left box. This freezes up, or at least significantly delays, Windows shutdown. MUP stands for Multiple Universal Naming Convention (UNC) Provider. But the bottom line >is that the computer won't start with more than one USB device plugged >into its 4-port USB 2.0 card.

During such a hang, there is no response to Ctrl+Alt+Del; the mouse may or may not work. patch? *lol*try bios tweak stuff like disabling fast write and such stuff(a strange option wich decreases speed and stability on my system)try some other detonator versionsand another version of via agp WINDOWS 2000 PRO CRASHES AT STARTUP! wrote: >I have Win2k Pro, SP4, and it's been working fine. > >I recently had some problems with Roxio Easy CD Creator Platinum, so I >uninstalled it, and reinstalled.

Enjoy! To enable this, right-click on the My Computer icon, click Properties | Hardware | Device Manager | View. Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing.If you need to use Safe Mode to remove or disable components, restartyour computer, press F8 to select Advanced Startup Options, and thenselect