Posted 20 August 2008 - 12:33 PM
Alright, I've had a bit of trouble when ever since I decided to reinstall Windows XP. (Due to DirectX and basic slowness issues) The first time I tried to just repair the installation, but once I restarted the computer to finialize, an error message displayed; "The file ab4aoezt.sys could not be found. Press any key to restart." Now, as far as I can tell from googling it, nobody has ever heard of this error, or even that file.
The second time I tried reformatting. (With a different disc) It all went fine, until the very last step. When it booted into Windows, it displayed the customary options:
Safe Mode with Networking
Safe Mode with Command Prompt
Last known good configuration
Start Windows normally.
All of those options result in a reboot, usually without any warning, within a few seconds. If I choose Last Known Good Configuration, a blue screen pops up for about 1/10th of a second, too fast to read.
Now, I have a linux partition, so I can access all of my Windows files. I just need to know what to change or check out so I can fix my computer. Help with either the error message or the bluescreen issue would be appriciated. Please help. Thanks.