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Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. If still no joy (and you are SURE *EVERYTHING* is clean, e.g. Download a free 30-day evaluation copy of our products. 3. This thing is just pissing me off badly. :| serialb #14 serialb, Jun 16, 2001 waytoomuchcoffee Senior member Joined: Sep 30, 2000 Messages: 432 Likes Received: 0 It sounds like navigate to this website

Copyright © 1995 - VanDyke Software, Inc. I DID have trouble with a poor Nvidia driver, a newer one fixed it. If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. I would stay off-line, until after you do this, just in case you have gremlins.

One way to reset IRQs is to reset your cards on different slots on your motherboard. Seemed like everytime I started a download it'd lock up. If I were you, I would rip out your ethernet card, and get a cheap dial-up modem to put in instead. Go to Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> System Properties -> Advanced -> Startup and Recovery and look to see how your "Write Debugging" is set to. #13 waytoomuchcoffee,

If you can then it could be a driver related problem. Sign Up Now! Steve 0 Message Author Comment by:steve_mavis ID: 206278362008-01-10 Thanks I didn't find anything that helped there. 0 LVL 43 Overall: Level 43 Windows Batch 22 Message Active today You are crashing so bad it isn't logging, unless you turned logging off for some reason.

However, I believe I covered all > your suggestions in my original post. Download now Message Author Comment by:steve_mavis ID: 206269802008-01-10 Thanks for your input. After this, I haven't had any trouble. http://www.aitechsolutions.net/mupdotsysXPhang.html Latest: twjr, Mar 17, 2017 at 11:33 PM Politics and News AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology > Computer Help > Toggle Width Style

alexandertimothy10 // June 1, 2016 1:49am PST Related Forums Windows · 64,792 discussions Mac OS · 884 discussions Linux · 4,412 discussions Other · 198 discussions Latest From Tech Pro Research Any one can fire up some more suggestions? 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 The program works fine until the screen saver comes on, at which time the program locks up and the CNC90 stops.

The windows OS is looking in the registry, executing PnP (Plug and pray) and ACPI routines checking the components and resources found. https://www.vandyke.com/products/crt/faq/017.html Privacy Policy Support Terms of Use TechRepublic Search GO CXO Cloud Big Data Security Innovation More Software Data Centers Networking Startups Tech & Work All Topics Sections: Photos Videos All MUP stands for Multiple Universal Naming Convention (UNC) Provider. Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review!

Now that I reinstalled it, the system locks up less frequently. useful reference Here is what I think of the lock-up so far: 1) CPU running too hot (ASUS probe reports ~40). First thingto try is change your display adapter... If it does, you might consider running Highjack This, | SpyBot S&D, and AdawareSE.

It | always locks up (i.e., the screen freezes, does not respond to | keyboard input). However, when I am playing mp3s or audio cd, the tune will go on as normal. Be sure to check our new User Feedback on mup.sys resolutions page. http://internetpasswordpro.com/windows-2000/windows-2000-iso.html or 3.

It | | always locks up (i.e., the screen freezes, does not respond to | | keyboard input). We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

There is some minor HD activity with maybe 3 or 4 blips.

It then starts these components possibly causing more draw on the power supply. Nothing that will really help though I imagine, unless you are lucky with one of the settings under the compatibility tab? Remove or replace adapter cards and restart Win2000 as necessary to find the culprit. On Jun 3, 9:31 am, Andrew Rossmann wrote: > In article <>, > says... > > > Joseph, > > > What's the processor temperature in the BIOS when it

The lock-up doesn't appear during game playing also (Q3 or CS). What I do is blow it out with compressed air from a small (5 gal.) tank. The primary usage for this is to place many photographs on a flatbed scanner… Document Imaging Printers and Scanners Images and Photos Photos / Graphics Software GIMP Advertise Here 810 members http://internetpasswordpro.com/windows-2000/windows-2000-nt.html thanks for your response 0 LVL 43 Overall: Level 43 Windows Batch 22 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Steve Knight ID: 206233532008-01-09 OK.

However, I believe I covered all your suggestions in my original post. It is just the last thing you see on a problematic safe mode boot, nothing more! Also, | | anytime I try to install software, it locks up. | | | | I have performed the following test and actions to no avail: | | | | New Posts AMD RYZEN Builders Thread Latest: Justinbaileyman, Mar 17, 2017 at 11:37 PM CPUs and Overclocking VPNac or alternative Latest: John Connor, Mar 17, 2017 at 11:36 PM Off Topic

The variation on this is that instead of XP being frozen at mup.sys it actually resets itself after loading that driver in an continuous loop. To do this go into your BIOS and change the first boot device | to CD, and boot with you installation CD, using KB292175 | http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=292175 | | Also KB306952 http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=306952 Just what it is is anyone's guess but I'd start by blowing the dust out of the box! Just what in the world is mup.sys anyway?

This was with an AMD CPU. Short of reformatting, can anyone else offer any > suggestions? As I stated above it is highly unlikely that mup.sys is causing your boot issue but maybe you're curious. Read or download one of our secure solutions white papers. 2.

It always locks up (i.e., the screen freezes, does not respond to keyboard input). If you manually set the IRQ's though, beware that those are fixed. Good luck. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - by dwaind · 14 years ago In reply to Windows 2000 install lock ... If needed, boot the recovery CD to a prompt first Try booting with as minimal a system you can.

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