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Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Oct 14, 2004 Regards the boot.ini from the console this always works. I still don't understand how any of that would prevent the Win2K Recovery Console from being able to access the drive after loading the PERC drivers, while the Win2K3 version works I still think the repair would work. Any suggestions?

I'm having this problem because (I believe), my hard drive size is 200 GB on which I am trying to install and my BIOS does not support it natively. If it's SATA or RAID, you need to provide the drivers on a floppy disk and press F6 when prompted right at the start after booting with the Win2K CD. for years, but that i didn't have. It wont work even by doing this with the Win2k server CD though.

Is there someplace else i can copy that file over? http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Win2000/Q_20914048.html Go to Solution 3 Participants SheharyaarSaahil LVL 65 Windows 200012 robrandon LVL 16 Windows 20008 SBPCGuru LVL 3 Windows 20001 3 Comments LVL 65 Overall: Level 65 Windows 2000 Please re-install a copy of the above Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Jan 10, 2005 I got the same error when installing Windows Server

you don't want to use recovery console - b/c you would have to fix everything yourself one file at a time unless a command does it. W. I ran the chkdsk /r and I let it finish. Did you try all 3 partition options from the modified boot.ini file?

Web Development Programming JavaScript HTML CSS R How to change email signature in Outlook on the Web (OWA) Video by: CodeTwo A short tutorial showing how to set up an email Why do I get it with XP Pro which is not supposed to be built on the NT/2000 platform ??????? It automatically rewrites the correct boot.ini references but these can also be done manually as already indicated. https://www.storagecraft.com/support/forum/error-windows-2000-root-system32ntoskrnlexe-missing-or-corrupt Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads

I had to take one of the mirrored IDE drives (imaging it of course before I did ANYTHING else) from the array and hook it to the standard IDE port on Attached Thumbnails Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 03-18-2010, 09:20 AM #2 testengeer Registered Member Join Date: Feb 2010 Location: Texas - United States Posts: 51 One of my colleagues Thread Tools Search this Thread 03-18-2010, 05:24 AM #1 tech-it-^ Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2006 Posts: 367 OS: XP Pro, Win 7 Pro, Flag as duplicate Thanks!

Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. http://windowsitpro.com/windows/i-get-error-ntoskrnlexe-missing-or-corrupt-bootup The entry for NT is either missing or incorrect. Visa/MC/Paypal accepted. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. The BIOS just looks for an Active partition to start the boot process, it doesn't care what the number of the disk is, but the Boot.ini file looks at a specific

After reading tons of posts on the internet with similar errors, I hadn't found one like mine. Insert the Microsoft Windows XP CD. It said the file was not found. Check your fans, make sure that the air intake area is clear, etc.

Log In or Register to post comments Courtney L (not verified) on Oct 25, 2002 I understand now but How can i get to a point where i can access and Edit the boot.ini file and check the entry for "Microsoft Windows 2000" is correct, for example for an IDE disk the entry should look something like multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINNT="Microsoft Windows 2000" /fastdetect 0 Quote: Also, just out of curiosity, why is my post no longer on the forum? I've done the recovery console suggestions in copying the the ntldr file and others as indicated with no luck.

ntoskrnl.exe etc... The entry fo rMicrosoft Windows 2000 is either missing or incorrect. Apparently, a colleague was uninstalling an application (Citrix), and after the reboot, the system didn't want to come back up.

Log In or Register to post comments genmoose (not verified) on Oct 11, 2004 I have an alternative solution for some who can't seem to fix the NTOSKRNL.exe problem.

If the files are present in the DLL cache, this should work: Code: Copy C:\Winnt\System32\dllcache\ntoskrnl.exe C:\Winnt\System32 Or if you need the multiprocessor or multicore version: Code: Copy C:\Winnt\System32\dllcache\ntkrnlmp.exe C:\Winnt\System32\ntoskrnl.exe If not Even though they have patched Windows 2000 to SP4. It goes straight to my partitions and asks where i want to install the new copy of windows. It's worth a shot though.

BigTex View Public Profile Find all posts by BigTex #2 December 23rd, 2005, 01:46 AM Spider CTH Subscriber Join Date: Nov 2001 O/S: Windows 7 64-bit Location: Vancouver, I need help thanks a lot! Press F8 to accept the Windows licensing agreement and then when it has found the installation press R to start the repair. choose the other option and select the option to Replace ALL your system files (maybe in different wording) if none of this is helping you, then take your HDD out of

Afterall, how can you copy a file from a command prompt that states the file is missing or corrupt? Of course if you're running RAID5 or RAID0, that won't work. __________________ From time to time, we have been tempted to believe that society has become too complex to be managed If you are experiencing a similar issue, please ask a related question Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Print Server: NT to 2008 10 587 2013-01-29 Syteline and a new Good Luck and I hope I've given you a couple of options to consider. 03-18-2010, 12:20 PM #3 tech-it-^ Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2006 Posts: 367 OS: