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BSOD - C0000135 And Winsrv
However, if the files that need repairing are corrupt at the source, the install media will be required. Print reprints Favorite EMAIL Tweet Discuss this Article 2 jnager on Jan 5, 2012 This is because you have problems in Windows Registry. The time now is 04:53 AM. Scratch any personal files or email or favorite web site links. navigate here
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Please try the request again. This application has failed to start because winsrv was not found. Almost all instructions/forum topics redirect to the microsoft help pages adressing the issues. "Boot with the XP CD, R/Console, ..." Unfortunaly it only works up to step 5: "type cd $ntservicepackuninstall$\spuninst"
Reply With Quote 09-28-2008,03:59 AM #2 lainlives View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Regular Coders Join Date Oct 2006 Location 미네소타, 미국 Posts 158 Thanks 0 Thanked Honestly, I don't mind paying for services if I have to, but a little research never hurt anyone first! Click the file software. I've bookmarked that page on repair installation and will give some thought to trying it.
The computer is, I believe, around a decade old. Hello, the computer of my dad-in-law(-to-be) is not working anymore. BTW, XP support ends 1 April 2014, you should consider moving on to another later Windows version like 7. I do not think Microsoft will allow the Pro version to repair the Home version.
Using Registry Editor from Recovery Console: (for Vista/7 Users) 1] Press F8 key before Start-up screen appears. 2] Select Repair Your Computer from Advanced Boot Options. 3] Select your language for After shutting down then restarting, Windows gets to the XP logo screen (with the blue progress meter) but then generates this error just before displaying the login/welcome screen (or just reboots I'll ask the powers that be (the geek geeks), if they have a way for me to get your .dmp file. Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to Inspect Registry Files, and then press ENTER to select that option.
- Safe Mode gets to mup.sys before the STOP occurs.
- If .dll does exists, the software hive may be corrupted and, therefore, cannot load.
- Back to top #14 AustrAlien AustrAlien Inquisitor BC Advisor 6,772 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Cowra NSW Australia Local time:03:53 PM Posted 25 November 2011 - 11:59 PM leighmanI noticed the word
- I'm not nearly as savvy as schorhr, but I did find the microsoft help pages and then finally figured out how to get the recovery console running from the "reinstallation cd"
- OR - a total re-installation from scratch.
- He asked me if I did x, y, and z, -- all the same things you suggested, although he did ask if I rebooted in safe mode with command prompt, and
- And if no luck either, so I'll venture with a Windows repair install...
- I do know that one of the last things being used was i-Tunes, but that's about all I can offer for input.
- Two of the 4 memory sticks are new.
- What is a Patty Code?
Back to top #15 DeLuk DeLuk Topic Starter Members 228 posts OFFLINE Gender:Not Telling Location:Portugal Local time:05:53 AM Posted 26 November 2011 - 09:47 AM @ AustrAlien:Yes indeed, "layman" is This will significantly increase the Registry size and slow down your computer, because Windows will need more time to load, search, and read data from the Registry. If the system was installed using that, there's no telling what may have broken. Next, booted with a UBCD4WIN boot CD (use to build one from time to time, to have in handy) and searched for winsrv to find that there was a winsrv.dll in,
And, I'll bet they won't guarantee their results either. check over here Next, move the cursor to Continue (Perform Selected Tasks) and press ENTER. That's why I resigned myself to posting the question here. It is always beneficial to have the proper install media handy when fiddlin' around with a machine.
The only other component is an Nvidia graphics adapter (7800 GTX). Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Anyway, I'm looking again at the blue screen and same error message. his comment is here In reality CRC is a data check procedure that checks w...
Should I power off the PC? Rebooted. Thanks for your continued efforts though...'preciate it.
Setup will then ask which registry files should be replaced.
I also tried copying the .dll from the C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386 folder to System32 through recovery console using the command COPY C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386\WINSRV.DLL C:\Windows\System32\WINSRV.DLL. Thanks again for the attempts at help. If it was that trivial ... –jsmith Jun 22 '13 at 3:26 First I didn't downvote your question. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.
Is there any way I can avoid re-installing XP? I'm just a bit hesitant because of those programs, Java and Adobe, which I had meanwhile uninstalled, after the last ERUNT backup was created... As for why this might have happened, who knows. weblink When prompted, select S to specify additional drivers if your computer requires OEM drivers.
Intriguing, I wonder?...