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Solved: Problem With CHKDSK? (WIN2K SP4)


So I get the idea that I just find the file no. 5 using MFT table and kill it. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. This solution uses a utility that I purchased off the Internet: ERD Commander Professional by Winternals Software. I shut them all down before running the install program of course. http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-2000/win2k-sp4-usb-problem.html

Database administrator? I ran a format within System explorer and then ran CHKDSK and it is fine; showing "healthy", no errors or bad sectors and the proper capacity of 60GB. Log In or Register to post comments kepy (not verified) on Apr 21, 2004 I too have the same problem. No ACE descriptors or security there, ever.

Windows 2000 Inaccessible Boot Device Blue Screen

Anyone here have any clue as to how close I can get to 'Safe Mode' using Autoruns without actually booting into 'Safe Mode'? The problem with repairing Windows NT is that NT is designed to prevent you from accessing the hard disk (assuming it's formatted with NT File System [NTFS]) unless you do so If Win2k is stable then I suggest that you convert c: to NTFS. When we arrived on site, we attempted to restart the server.

Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. No way.Click to expand... Not to mention the many problems that come with the cursed NTFS. Windows 2000 Repair Install However, Windows 2000 has a much better solution directly built into the operating system.

I've had unbootable drives that were fixed by putting it in another system and running CHKDSK. Win2k Recovery Console so it does not help at all Jan 26, 2009 #9 kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524 Situation: You see the message "Error EA39064B (or 1611): Bad system file name, File %lu Join over 733,556 other people just like you! HDD is in perfect hardware condition.

Event Viewer contains no errors, and a server reboot temporarily fixes the problem. Windows 2000 Boot Disk [email protected] 1 2 Next Page » Please enable Javascript in your browser, before you post the comment! C did not affect D partition and D is screwed up by PM v8.00... jeffy - nice one, thanks.

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Posey | Posted Jun 27, 2000 Page 1 of 2 A little over a year ago, I found a good solution to the problem of repairing Windows NT. extract--Extracts files from the Windows 2000 CD. Windows 2000 Inaccessible Boot Device Blue Screen No rollover there either. Inaccessible Boot Device Windows 2000 Vmware Boot into 'Nornal Mode', another CHKDSK scan results in the same error.

This article is on the money with regard to being informative and consise. http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-2000/disk-manager-problem-with-win2k.html Nov 28, 2008 How to run chkdsk utility Oct 21, 2006 How to fix CD drive which is getting opened automatically when the laptop turns on Oct 25, 2011 Problems running The last time it was the trial version downloaded here. Similarly, you don't want to reformat the hard disk on a server if you can avoid doing so. Inaccessible_boot_device Windows 2000

You can also perform any necessary file manipulations regardless of the file system or the type of hard disk the files reside on. Don't have any other answers for ya, but would recommend you make sure you data is backed up, just in case it is about to fail. Second, even if you do manage to load the second copy and are able to access your hard disk, you still face the difficult task of trying to repair the original Lastly, is it possible that the drive might be failing?

The Recovery Console utility lets you access the hard disk of a failed system directly from the command prompt. I can check other files fine, so, what now? More efficient use of disk space.

Mike Jan 26, 2009 #11 kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524 Oh just read your last reply I know you said that correctly :grinthumb I was trying to spell it out (basically)

Now boot into normalmode and install Kaspersky again (or not!). An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Skip to Navigation Skip to Content Windows IT Pro Search: Connect With Us TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInRSS IT/Dev Connections Forums Store Register Log In Display name or email address: * Password: * Remember The "new" machine should recognize the NTFS partition and allow you to run ChkDsk /f on the hard drive from the failed machine.

Since version 3.x I think. I am looking for that presently.The boot does get as far as the Windows desktop and icons start loading into the tray up to Kaspersky. Thanks. http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-2000/system-recovery-problem-win2k.html Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.

So your recommendation is sadly not good. First, it won't work if you don't have enough free hard disk space to load a second copy of Windows NT. I can check other files fine, so, what now? We would like to recommend a free data recovery software - Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition to recover data when such problem occurs.

C orford [email protected] Log In or Register to post comments Sai Muck (not verified) on Feb 11, 2004 Sounds great, but did you ever think about using a LINUX based rescue Was able to boot up with an OK control panel & Add/remove programs now. Unpack the downloaded archive KisKav6Remove.zip to a folder, boot into safemode and run the file KisKav6Remove.exe. Network administrators noticed that the server was running slow and decided to reboot it.

If the machine can't find autochk.exe, insert the Win2K CD. This wonderful utility is available from the Winternals Web site for about $324 US (winternals). Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Computer problem? NTFS is the fastest and the Best for present day Windows Operating Systems Jan 26, 2009 #7 mflynn TS Rookie Posts: 2,655 Not only faster, but much more Robust and

Now Javascript is disabled. 0 Comments(click to add your comment) Comment and Contribute Comments (Maximum characters: 1200). Bytrodas · 14 replies Jan 25, 2009 At first I made the mistake using Partition Magic v8.00 to setup a drive (2G FAT32 for OS, 184G NTFS for data). Jan 31, 2009 #13 kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524 NTFS FileSystem (especially 64Bit on Vista OS) has served everyone extremely well Far better than Fat32 (or earlier Fat FileSystems) The fault you When we attempted to access F, we received an error message that the disk was inaccessible, but we could still access and read the information on the G drive.

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If the NT operating system has crashed completely and you can't access the hard disk from a boot floppy, you have only a couple of options.