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Windows 2000 Svr STOP Error


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thilton19

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Hello All,

I have a Windows 2000 Advanced Server running SQL 2000 Server that has just taken a nose dive thanks to a virus. Anyway, I'm trying to not have to completely rebuild this box and am hoping I can restore it somehow.

When I boot the system, it gets to the colored Windows 2000 Server splash screen with the blue scrollign status bar, then I get this:

STOP 0x000007B (0xF242B84C,0x00000034,0x00000000,0x00000000)
INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE

Any suggestions...other than "I'm hosed"? :tazz:
Troy
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darth_ash

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Start your computer in Recovery Console.
(For more details on Win2000 Recovery Console, refer: http://support.micro...b;en-us;Q229716)

In Recovery Console. Type: Chkdsk /f /r. Press <enter>
If chkdsk does'nt come out with errors, or it managed to fix errors; type: fixboot, press <enter>
Reboot PC normally.
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I am having the same problem.I have a used Dell Latitude Cpx,so I dont have the Cd for windows 2000.HELP! :tazz: :) :) :) :ph34r: :ph34r: :tazz:
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Im hosed,am i?
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http://www.tweakxp.c...ticle36941.aspx

Download the rc.iso, create a cd from the image, boot with that cd.
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john000

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The file was not there.
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thilton19

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Thanks all for the support, but since I had a recent backup of hte databases I just built a temp SQL server and rebuilt the original.
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