And now it can't boot. My Major Problem is that if I do get access to the hardrive with your help I cant delete the files on that drive, they are 5 years of work, all May 20th, 2008 by Aseem Kishore File in: Computer Tips There are 0 comments, care to add yours? But I'd rather not. this contact form

But as far as retaining system state, I doubt you will be able to recover Windows XP. Step-by-step: 1. If the computer can't boot from a CD-ROM, you can use the Win2K setup disks. (If you can't find or didn't previously create setup disks, collect four blank formatted 3.5" disks I don't know why this works, but it does. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/blue-screen-while-installing-windows-xp-ntfs-sys-win2k-sys-files.22463/

The ntfs.sys BSOD can come from memory problems. If you are getting stuck somewhere, etc, post a comment and I'll try. anyone tried to recover w/ 3rd party softare, or recovery services? -C Jul 10, 2003 #12 cromrell TS Rookie Posts: 41 Okay, I broke down and purchased UNERASER DOS v2.1

Thanks for your ideas!! swapped hd with ide drive, with a fresh copy of xp pro on it... I'm sure Embed Code hide post details Use old embed code Copy and paste the HTML below into your website: Theme: Dark Light Custom Preview Background: # Text: # Link: # but I can't because I can't access to anything to do a CHKDSK...

Ntfs.sys - Pre Service Pack 3 Revision History for Windows Server 2003 SP2 and Windows Small Business Server 2003 SP2. Click on the October 2012 Security Release ISO Image-associated entry. Post: #1. Using a registry cleaner automates the process of finding invalid registry entries, missing file references (like the one causing your win32k.sys error), and broken links within the registry.

Hit R at this point to try the repair install. May 7, 2003 #6 hed TS Rookie Topic Starter thanks.... Jul 9, 2003 #8 Phantasm66 TS Rookie Posts: 5,734 +7 Hate to say it, but it COULD be your hard drive on the way out. Windows XP Kernel Version 2600 (Service Pack 3).

To manually repair your Windows registry, first you need to create a backup by exporting a portion of the registry related to win32k.sys (eg. this page Using a boot disk, replace the ntfs.sys (in the C:\windows\system32\drivers folder) file with a copy from your XP CD (in the i386 folder). Jan 12, 2004 #23 upendra112 TS Rookie Win xp ntfs.sys blue screen 0x00000024 hed how did you fix the problem with your computer? Was able to recover all msOffice documents (lost long file naming, but 8.3 works).

So first, how can I best backup this data so that it will be accessible from a future Windows XP install. weblink Why won't BartPE load when a linux boot disk will? Hi Friends One of the users has a DELL PC running Windows XP PRO SP3. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate.

So, there is an error in the filesystem that Windows is not aware of. System File Checker will begin scanning for win32k.sys and other system file problems (be patient - the system scan may take a while). Thanks May 7, 2003 #1 Mictlantecuhtli TS Evangelist Posts: 4,345 +11 Hi hed, welcome to Techspot forums! navigate here It worked for me, but that does not guarantee anything!) Get a Knoppix image and burn it to a CD.

here is what i got..... swapped vga card with known working geforce 2 card.....same problem 4. Read More Home About Contact Privacy Policy - NTFS.sys error - The Problem: Recently, a friend of mine had a problem with Windows XP.

Hopefully you'll see the errors being reported and fixed.

I have two hard disks of 500 GB & 160 GB. 500 GB Hard disk has Windows XP SP3 installed on it … Sep 23, 2012 · Corrupt file Windows XP SP3 It bluescreens immediately. 2. check the disk with CHDSK /F to repair the problem.... Click Control Panel.

A backup is automatically created before each scan, with the ability to undo any changes in a single click, protecting you against the possibility of PC damage. As a result, you may experience blue screen errors associated with win32k.sys. It works but as thenewWazoo stated, it is sketchy at best once completed.posted by ro50 at 7:47 AM on October 17, 2006 You put in the installation CD and boot your his comment is here Join our team!

If windows cannot even access the disk without bluescreening, you probably have a corrupt boot sector. It can get you to a command prompt and give you the opportunity to try CHKDSK. Enjoy! Ghost did complain that there were problems while creating image. 2) I was able to use Ghost Explorer (Norton Systemworks 2003) to browse around the image file.

If you haven’t added any new memory, the next step is to perform a diagnostic test on your computer’s existing memory. thanks May 7, 2003 #3 Mictlantecuhtli TS Evangelist Posts: 4,345 +11 XP boot disk would be better in this case than 2k boot disk.. Also, what kind of computer are we talking about here? While holding CTRL-Shift on your keyboard, hit ENTER.

Windows XP Kernel Version 2600 (Service Pack 3).