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wooooooow ive gotten into my desktop, its telling me the system has recovered from a serious error and one of the files containting the system's registery datahad to be recovered by use of a log or alternative copy. the recovery was successful.


this has happened over the last week, but im afraid that it might just shut down again, is it worth reinstalling windows ? :tazz:)
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It's not a good sign...harddrive failure, maybe.

DO NOT SHUT DOWN

start > run
eventvwr.msc
<enter>

go to system and look for RED Xs...double click on them and report back
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there's quite a few red x's

mostly DCOM and some Service Control Manager
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system error

Error Code 10000050 parameter f68b965f parameter2 00000001
parameter3f74ccdaf, parameter4 00000000
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What more can you say about this
Error Code 10000050

When did it occur....any more info...hit the little clipboard icon and paste that error here....

this is your ntfs error you spoke of earlier
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oops take that back...it's a memory write error

Error Code 10000050
parameter f68b965f ==>memory addres
parameter2 00000001 ==> means write error
parameter3f74ccdaf == instruction address
parameter4 00000000 ==not used

but you had an ntfs error as well.....

crap....what I want to do requires a restart...now would be a good time to burn some backups of important data
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go ahead, i backed all my sites up last sunday when this first started happening., i'm now typing this from the big computer and not the laptop
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Start > run
cmd
<Enter>

chkdsk /r

say yes when it asks you to run at next start up...reboot. Go get some coffee, this will take a while
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ok will do that now.........then get my jama's on , its 1:05 am here but i'll be back in a bit :tazz:
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oh that was quick........did i do the chkdsk on the right drive ?
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chkdsk /r


did you add the /r??
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its finished, i missed if it gave me any information though, i came back and it was my desktop, do you think its fixed ? it seems fine :tazz:
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Start > run
eventvwr.msc
enter


look in SYSTEM for WINLOGON....double click.

Click COPY Button and paste results
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good morning gerry :tazz: , In all that list, i cant find a WINLOGON entry
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