The problem started when I tried to install a 2.0 USB card in the computer. I was using my primary C: drive only. After installing the card, I got an error message on the C: Drive...
Resource Conflict - PCI
Bus: 00, Device: 11, Function: 02
Instead of removing the card, I let the computer boot up. Windows tried to install the hardware but the computer froze up. Now I get this message for the Primary Drive C: ...
Windows 2000 could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:
The\System Root\System32\Drivers\DLKRTS.SYS device driver could not locate entry point InterlockedPopEntrySlist in driver NTOSKRNL.EXE
I left the C: drive alone and started up the D drive. I had originally installed the D drive years ago but never updated anything on it other than loading the original software. (The D drive is now fully updated) After getting everything updated. I found that Windows D: would recognize the drives but the burning software would not. I removed the upper and lower filters in the registry and now windows does not see the DVD drive at all other than showing it under the device manager with a yellow question mark.
I get this error message under properties for the DVD Drive...
Your registry might be corrupted (code 19)
I have tried uninstalling the drives (CD RW & DVD RW) and reinstalling. I have tried downloading the flash firmware but the software states it can't find the target drive to flash to.
My C: drive is still connected but unbootable and I can get into the C: file system from my D Drive. My DVD & CD drives were originally installed on the C: Drive.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Edited by Win2000user, 02 July 2010 - 09:30 AM.