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Reply PCRepairMan 7th August 2012 [emailprotected] Hi. Reply Richard 20th January 2012 My external DVD drive would not work so I re-booted - and found it would not get past AVGIDSEH.SYS. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. You can go to Dell support, put in your Service Tag number to see if yours is one of the models . .

Run WinContig on the USB drive to ensure the VHD file is contiguous (RMPrepUSB - Ctrl+F2 or \MAKE_THIS_DRIVE_CONTIGUOUS.cmd) 4. Stay logged in Sign up now! When ‘mounted' it can be scanned via Windows chkdsk on the host PC. Now some final tweaks (running XP booted from the VHD file under VBox)...

Thank you again and I'll see you around the forums. Reply Rob 24th August 2011 Thanks, PCR. I was locked away at my grandparents' house, caring for them, and my laptop was my only source of entertainment and contact with the outside world (no cell phone at the It seemed to be with the BIOS but I got to admit that it could be anything.

How the heck am I supposed to have that? You might also flash the BIOS...you can do that by simply removing the CMOS battery from the motherboard when you take a break...leave it out for a while or even overnight...that Check out my article for the chkdsk.sys repair Reply Peterson 30th December 2011 Hey PCR… Sorry i thought it was chkdsk.sys but it's crcdisk.sys.can u pls help me find the solution Should I try again with the trial or is it only the full that will do that task?

I have cd's for prev. temporarily attach for the install ation or install perminently. For added value check to see if there is a BIOS update available first. you can buy a drive and a ribbon connector for less than $20 . .

It is just the last thing you see on a problematic safe mode boot, nothing more! No, you can't build UBCD4Win from an existing installation of XP, you'll need to have an installation disk. Erratic spin speed or noise points to a bad fan and disturbing the bearings by vacuum cleaning can sometimes make things worse. I'm following this advice http://forums.avg.com/ww-en/avg-forums?sec=thread&act=show&id=94159 of changing the avg files name so it doesn't run when initialize the windows but the files doesn't appear i mean the files from the other

Sorry should have mentioned that Outlawrobb, Aug 5, 2008 #10 Elvandil Joined: Aug 1, 2003 Messages: 51,988 Any luck with any other boot options accessed by tapping F8 on boot? have a peek at these guys Really, the only thing I can click on are the shortcut icons on my desktop. Can you pls help me??? I still get the same problems.

All the best to you. I have XP Pro, Intel Celeron Proc, soyo p4vtp motherboard, 3 HDD's a various sizes, 2 G 184-pin DDR RAM... Reply PCRepairMan 23rd August 2011 Rob, I would run the manufacturer's disk checking utility at this point. http://comvurgent.com/xp-won-t/xp-won-t-boot-after-installing-sp2.html You can use their built in file explorer to accomplish this, dragging and dropping folders such as Documents, Pictures etc to an empty USB drive.

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Maybe this wouldn't be a problem if I switched the first boot device to the harddrive in the BIOS but I have not test that.

Prior to this I did run registry restore in UBCD4Win, but I don't think this is related as the system is still hanging, though on a different file so it doesn't Build an image from your Windows XP CD (required). Reply PCRepairMan 27th January 2015 Only the full version I am afraid, the trial just shows the errors. I really hate to reload to os from scratch.

Love the value of my extended service. Alternatively, use the free UBCD (not the Win version) from here http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/. You can even retore the registry to an earlier time if required, although you should try to delete the AVG files first. this content AVGIDSEH has been haunting my HP win7 laptop for months now.

Then, I left the laptop on with the browser open to have dinner with my grandparents. Data recovery is the only way forward after this, replacing internal parts if necessary. We use it in our shop to great effect and it repairs all types of drive with great success, recovering the data it finds in bad sectors. Still hung at the mup.sys driver...not sure what mup.sys pertqains to but it comes up by far the most often. ***edit one origianl post pertains to brands of memory.

I don't think it should matter but just to be safe I corrected it. Files are in IMG_XP\WinVBlock_Install (see below). Worth a try thou. If this fails, then you need to pop the drive out and mount it in another PC for more testing.

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My PC is on Windows7. Edited by biggerdave, 18 November 2005 - 12:31 AM. 0 Advertisements #2 Too40shorty Posted 17 November 2005 - 10:43 PM Too40shorty Member Member 31 posts Hey Dave and Welcome to G2G!I'll I can get online fine and I'm actually typing this right now from my PC. I can go into BIOS and debugging and such but will not boot up sys.

Below is a brief outline - follow the detailed instructions here if you need more help. It hangs on the mup.sys line (all the time), then after about 10 minutes goes to a blue screen with this message: STOP: C0000135 {Unable to locate component} This application has