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Hey Someone/Everyone:

I think that I've got a new problem for you folks.

I recently acquired a TabletPC (HP TC1100), a really nice machine. Anyways, I was transferring my data over, setting up programs and things just how I like it. As it tends to happen while doing this progress, I had to reboot.

My computer hangs after the Windows loading screen but before the Windows login screen and dialogue appear. After restarting attempting all the restart options - Normal, Last Good Settings, Safe Mode, Safe Mode with Network Support, Safe Mode with Command Prompt, to no avail, I ascertained the problem - the d347sys.bus file.

Not being familiar with this driver, I looked it up online and found that it has to do with Daemon Tools and an improper uninstallation. I would uninstall Daemon Tools, but unfortunately, I can't log into Windows. Further, I would disable PnP, but I can't do it through the Bios.

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