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Strange Problems on Two Units (Computers)


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Hi Everyone

I have two units with strange problems as follows:

UNIT 1 - Compaq Prosigna Desktop, Pentium III, 450 Mh. Unit had been working fine and then all of a sudden would NOT SUCCESSFULLY boot up - Windows 2000 Profe.

Received STOP message: C0000263 (driver entry point not found), The \SystemRoot\System32\Drivers\FLTmgr.sys device drive could not locate the entry point 10GetDeviceAttachmentBase Ref in driver NTOSKRNL.exe.

I immediately brought unit up in 'Safe Mode' and checked Systems log - under adm. as follows:

System Log Event Properties:The DHCP client service depends on the NetBios over TCPIP service which failed to start because of the following error: a device attached to the system in not functioning.

Application Log Event Properties: Log Windows cannot unload your registry file. If you have a roaming profile your settings are replicated. Detail - access is denied, Build (2195)

I went to device manager and could NOT find any device not correctly functioning, i.e., no ! or ? or other indicators of problems.

Does anyone have any ideas?

UNIT 2 - No name brand.

I am trying to load Windows 2000 operating system, but get the following STOP message. STOP 0xf7419d80, 0x00000000, 0xf7419d80, 0x00000000) Driver_uploader_without_cancelling_pending_operations This driver may be at fault : PARTMGR.SYS

This unit is the one I have been using to load operating system and other software on HDs for our religious organization and up to now has never had a problem before.

Does anyone have any ideas?

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