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I'm very frustrated. As I'm unable to start my laptop,it all started like this.My computer was running very slow, so i removed the security and windows update from add/remove programs from control panel. and when i'm restarting my computer Then it took me to the screen where i have to choose how i want to start windows, you know, the safe mode and run windows normally screen. I chose to run it normally, then it took me to the Windows XP loading screen. After that, the computer started to read the disk, and all of a sudden a BLUE SCREEN popped out for a quick 0.5 second, and the laptop restarted. so i choose to run windows normally, but the same thing happened and it took me to the blue screen and restarted. So then i try the safe mode, and this time it showed me all those lines on the bottom, with the last one being: multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition2\WINDOWS\system32\drivers.Mup.SYS and after that, it went to the blue screen again, with an error "Stop 0.00000006B lasting about 0.5 seconds, AGAIN...... Soooo, help please????????
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Here's a article on this problem.


You did not get a MUP sys error, what you did get was the next file after MUP did not load. The next file to load is the AGP440-sys or giveo-sys.

Here's another good article.


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