With the Western Digital drive still in, I added back in my Maxtor and booted from the Maxtor (Windows installed on both but booting from the Maxtor). I have checked all the internal connections and there doesn't appear to be anything loose or missing (and nothing should have changed as all I did was reboot) There are three After messing a few drivers showing in listsvc such as redundant AVG drivers and the like I hoped it would boot. I personally recomend the following solution found at http://www.computing.net/windows2000/wwwboard/forum/41160.html "To fix this problem, boot up with the Windows XP Cdrom, choose the option to setup XP, when it highlights your Windows have a peek at this web-site
If it works, keep in mind that it may not be a cure-all. Note that you can usually recover from a mismatched Windows install / hardware config (like if you upgrade a machine to a new mobo/processor combo) by doing a "repair installation" of Windows Setup chooses the appropriate drivers for the processor, motherboard chipset, etc. Is it unethical to take a photograph of my question sheets from a sit-down exam I've just finished if I am not allowed to take them home?
The BIOS allows manual assigning of IRQs for the 5 PCI slots. HP Pavilion 515n 2.3GCeleron, 256M Ram Win XP Home SP1 Want to enjoy less advertisements and more features? asked 7 years ago viewed 4405 times active 4 years ago Related 2Fresh installation of XP hangs after MUP.SYS1Windows 7 breaks even in safe mode3Computer Won't Boot Properly, unless in safe I chose Recovery Console: R option Your system will ask you for the Administrator password.
I say this because now when XP boots, you hear the fans and hard drive spinning a full speed and when the XP load screen finishes, the computer gets quieter, but mup.sys is the last one it shows. When it restarted it said something was wrong with the registry but was fixed automatically. I do not know what the recovery console is.
It didn't help me fix my problem, but some other people calimed that it helped them. I sat on the telephone with some foreign country for over an hour trying to explain this problem. Can you boot into Safe Mode? HELP!!
This thread mostly deals with an apparent hang at the WinXP splash screen (animated dots run a very long time or forever). You need to read your system documentation for instructions on how to access the Recovery Console. Yet all I get is Mup.sys ??? Back up anything you don't want to lose, just in case.
| I got the message that there was no drive. Setup will run through its thing and you will then be prompted to enter the CD key, administrator password, computer name, etc. Option 1. – Try a different power pack It has been suggested that this error can be caused when new hardware has been installed where additional power is required or the
So I opted for the last chance saloon - Reinstall Windows by recovery. I have Athlon 2000 XP + on asus motherboard I'd appreciate any feedback michael m k Oct 23, 2005, 07:03am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add This is especially true if they have Write Back Caching Enabled on the Drive in Question (people can check that in the properties of the drive as listed in the Device Cant believe i didnt notice it before.thanks to everyone for their help This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.
Louis Forum Rules Report Topics For Staff Action BC Forums, List Preparation Guide Before Posting Malware Issues in MRL Forum Am I Infected Forum Back to top #10 KKRoadie KKRoadie Topic Let it run, it would reboot your Machine once. I've seen some references to this problem in forums but I didn't see any clear solutions. Good Luck and Happy Computering!
Put your Windows XP CD in the drive and boot to it. (if it doesn’t allow you to boot. Anyway- check the link and maybe search the knowledge base for other agp440.sys problems/fixes... If you accept cookies from this site, you will only be shown this dialog once!You can press escape or click on the X to close this box.
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Click here to Register a free account now! Check the boot order in the bios) Press “r” to choose the recovery console Select the windows installation. “1” then [Enter] if you don’t have multiple operating systems installed Then enter I tried full disk recovery by plugging the HD into another system to see if any viruses were there - none. When I finally managed to get it working, I removed those exact files from the original machine (I'm missing out a lot of steps that I did, possibly unnecessarily, like installing
m k Oct 23, 2005, 07:01am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Windows xp freezes at mup.syshi there when booting into Jim Runkey Nov 03, 2005, 02:15pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Windows xp freezes at mup.sysOr the problem could be Retried the install, then I tried "chkdsk /p" and "chkdsk /r" in the recovery console with no luck. Back to top #4 cryptodan cryptodan Bleepin Madman Members 21,868 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Catonsville, Md Local time:04:34 AM Posted 07 March 2010 - 01:21 PM Can you boot into Safe
This morning when I restarted it did the multiple restart at mup.sys thing.