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#1 jojodidit

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Posted 22 March 2011 - 11:20 PM

I have a Windows XP OS and suddenly cannot get it to boot up. I'm not real tech saavy so I may be using the wrong terms, but I'll try hard. After the windows logo appears, I get the parser message "value creation failed at line 906."

I've tried:
1) Clicking "ok" until the owner login window appears but I don't remember ever creating a password so that hasn't helped
2) Tapping F8 on start up and choosing "safe mode", "safe mode with prompt" and "last good configuration(?)"...these all eventually ended up with the same parser error message
3) I also went into BIOS and played with the password disabling and enabling, but I was afraid to do much more than that

I don't have a bootup CD and I don't think I have Thinkvantage rescue and recovery anymore because I had a new hard disk installed about a year ago :(

I've been working on this for over 3 hours now and my back hurts...i give up...can you help?

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Posted 23 March 2011 - 04:46 AM

Hello, do you remember making any change to the registry?

First of all, please tap F8 and select Last Known Good Configuration. Let me know if you can boot successfully that way.

In the password box, try to enter your username and leave the password blank and see if it is accepted.

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Posted 23 March 2011 - 06:48 AM

First of all, please tap F8 and select Last Known Good Configuration. Let me know if you can boot successfully that way.

I believe the original post said that didn't work.


First thing I'd suggest is to make sure your system isn't infected. You can download, burn, and run a boot time AV scanner (http://www.techiecorner.com/166/avast-how-to-schedule-boot-time-scan-before-window-start/). If that doesn't solve the problem you may be relegated to a repair installation, which means you'll need an original XP CD.

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Posted 23 March 2011 - 08:20 AM

Thank you Allan, I had overlooked that. A repair installation will however be difficult without an XP CD. :)

What we can try is looking for a System Restore point, because the error seems to indicate a registry problem.
The Avast Boot scan can only be scheduled from within Windows, which is not possible if I understand the description of the problem correctly.

Try this please. You will need a USB drive.

Download GETxPUD.exe to the desktop of your clean computer
  • Run GETxPUD.exe
  • A new folder will appear on the desktop.
  • Open the GETxPUD folder and click on the get&burn.bat
  • The program will download xpud_0.9.2.iso, and upon finished will open BurnCDCC ready to burn the image.
  • Click on Start and follow the prompts to burn the image to a CD.
  • Download http://noahdfear.net/downloads/rst.sh to the USB drive
  • Insert the USB drive and CD in the Sick computer and boot the computer from the CD
  • The computer must be set to boot from the CD
  • Gently tap F12 and choose to boot from the CD
  • Follow the prompts
  • A Welcome to xPUD screen will appear
  • Press File
  • Expand mnt
  • Expand your USB (sdb1)
  • Confirm that you see rst.sh that you downloaded there
  • Press Tool at the top
  • Choose Open Terminal
  • Type bash rst.sh
  • Press Enter
  • After it has finished a report will be located at sdb1 named enum.log
  • Plug that USB back into the clean computer and open it
Please note: If you have an ethernet connection you can access the internet by way of xPUD (Firefox). You can perform all these steps on your sick computer. When you download the download will reside in the Download folder. It can be found under the File tab also. You can similarly access our thread by way of this OS too so you can send the logs that way.

Please also note - all text entries are case sensitive

Copy and paste the enum.log for my review

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Posted 23 March 2011 - 08:34 AM

Thank you Allan, I had overlooked that. A repair installation will however be difficult without an XP CD. :)

Which is why I pointed out he will need one :)

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Posted 23 March 2011 - 12:52 PM

I will try the USB in good computer approach tonight, when I get home from work. In the meantime, thank you for your advice and time. I'll let you know what happens.

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Posted 23 March 2011 - 01:29 PM

Okay, thank you for letting us know.

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Posted 23 March 2011 - 10:21 PM

Hi Elise,

Here are the contents of the enum file:

28.3M Mar 23 03:58 /mnt/sda1/WINDOWS/system32/config/software
7.0M Mar 24 2011 /mnt/sda1/WINDOWS/system32/config/system

27.8M Feb 17 19:13 /sda1/~/RP274/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 18 19:12 /sda1/~/RP275/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 19 19:12 /sda1/~/RP276/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 20 09:41 /sda1/~/RP277/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 20 19:13 /sda1/~/RP278/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 21 19:13 /sda1/~/RP279/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 22 19:13 /sda1/~/RP280/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 23 11:00 /sda1/~/RP281/~SOFTWARE
27.9M Feb 23 19:12 /sda1/~/RP282/~SOFTWARE
27.9M Feb 24 19:12 /sda1/~/RP283/~SOFTWARE
27.9M Feb 25 19:12 /sda1/~/RP284/~SOFTWARE
27.9M Feb 26 19:11 /sda1/~/RP285/~SOFTWARE
27.9M Feb 27 20:08 /sda1/~/RP286/~SOFTWARE
27.9M Feb 28 21:07 /sda1/~/RP287/~SOFTWARE
27.9M Mar 1 22:07 /sda1/~/RP288/~SOFTWARE
27.9M Mar 2 23:07 /sda1/~/RP289/~SOFTWARE
27.9M Mar 4 00:07 /sda1/~/RP290/~SOFTWARE
27.9M Mar 5 01:07 /sda1/~/RP291/~SOFTWARE
28.0M Mar 12 03:40 /sda1/~/RP293/~SOFTWARE
28.0M Mar 14 05:20 /sda1/~/RP294/~SOFTWARE
28.1M Mar 14 05:23 /sda1/~/RP295/~SOFTWARE
28.1M Mar 15 06:11 /sda1/~/RP296/~SOFTWARE
28.1M Mar 15 06:40 /sda1/~/RP297/~SOFTWARE
28.1M Mar 17 05:06 /sda1/~/RP298/~SOFTWARE
28.1M Mar 17 05:32 /sda1/~/RP299/~SOFTWARE
28.1M Mar 19 02:43 /sda1/~/RP300/~SOFTWARE
28.1M Mar 20 03:36 /sda1/~/RP301/~SOFTWARE
28.1M Mar 20 04:34 /sda1/~/RP302/~SOFTWARE
28.1M Mar 22 02:20 /sda1/~/RP303/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Dec 25 01:30 /sda1/~/RP226/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Dec 26 19:29 /sda1/~/RP227/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Dec 27 19:50 /sda1/~/RP228/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Dec 28 19:45 /sda1/~/RP229/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Dec 29 19:46 /sda1/~/RP230/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Dec 31 19:45 /sda1/~/RP232/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 1 19:45 /sda1/~/RP233/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 2 10:14 /sda1/~/RP234/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 2 19:45 /sda1/~/RP235/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 3 19:45 /sda1/~/RP236/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 4 19:45 /sda1/~/RP237/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 5 19:45 /sda1/~/RP238/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 7 05:29 /sda1/~/RP239/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 8 16:54 /sda1/~/RP240/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 9 17:43 /sda1/~/RP241/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 11 01:51 /sda1/~/RP242/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 12 01:47 /sda1/~/RP243/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 13 03:06 /sda1/~/RP244/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 14 04:13 /sda1/~/RP245/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 14 04:23 /sda1/~/RP246/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Jan 14 04:42 /sda1/~/RP247/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Jan 16 21:44 /sda1/~/RP248/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Jan 18 00:57 /sda1/~/RP249/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Jan 21 03:15 /sda1/~/RP250/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Jan 22 03:48 /sda1/~/RP251/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Jan 26 17:55 /sda1/~/RP253/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Jan 27 20:11 /sda1/~/RP254/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Jan 28 20:36 /sda1/~/RP255/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Jan 28 23:22 /sda1/~/RP256/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Jan 30 22:35 /sda1/~/RP257/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 2 00:37 /sda1/~/RP258/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 3 19:32 /sda1/~/RP259/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 4 21:16 /sda1/~/RP260/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 5 21:30 /sda1/~/RP261/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 5 23:09 /sda1/~/RP262/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 7 03:50 /sda1/~/RP263/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 8 04:12 /sda1/~/RP264/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 9 19:02 /sda1/~/RP265/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 10 07:16 /sda1/~/RP266/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 10 20:58 /sda1/~/RP267/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 11 21:32 /sda1/~/RP268/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 13 06:57 /sda1/~/RP269/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 14 00:44 /sda1/~/RP270/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 15 00:46 /sda1/~/RP271/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 16 04:16 /sda1/~/RP272/~SOFTWARE
27.7M Dec 30 19:46 /sda1/~/RP231/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Jan 25 01:26 /sda1/~/RP252/~SOFTWARE
27.8M Feb 17 05:08 /sda1/~/RP273/~SOFTWARE
4.6M Feb 17 19:13 /sda1/~/RP274/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 18 19:12 /sda1/~/RP275/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 19 19:12 /sda1/~/RP276/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 20 09:41 /sda1/~/RP277/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 20 19:13 /sda1/~/RP278/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 21 19:13 /sda1/~/RP279/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 22 19:13 /sda1/~/RP280/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 23 11:00 /sda1/~/RP281/~SYSTEM
4.7M Feb 23 19:12 /sda1/~/RP282/~SYSTEM
4.7M Feb 24 19:12 /sda1/~/RP283/~SYSTEM
4.7M Feb 25 19:12 /sda1/~/RP284/~SYSTEM
4.7M Feb 26 19:11 /sda1/~/RP285/~SYSTEM
4.7M Feb 27 20:08 /sda1/~/RP286/~SYSTEM
4.7M Feb 28 21:07 /sda1/~/RP287/~SYSTEM
4.7M Mar 1 22:07 /sda1/~/RP288/~SYSTEM
4.7M Mar 2 23:07 /sda1/~/RP289/~SYSTEM
4.7M Mar 4 00:07 /sda1/~/RP290/~SYSTEM
4.7M Mar 5 01:07 /sda1/~/RP291/~SYSTEM
4.6M Mar 12 03:40 /sda1/~/RP293/~SYSTEM
4.6M Mar 14 05:20 /sda1/~/RP294/~SYSTEM
4.6M Mar 14 05:23 /sda1/~/RP295/~SYSTEM
4.6M Mar 15 06:11 /sda1/~/RP296/~SYSTEM
4.6M Mar 15 06:40 /sda1/~/RP297/~SYSTEM
4.7M Mar 17 05:06 /sda1/~/RP298/~SYSTEM
4.7M Mar 17 05:32 /sda1/~/RP299/~SYSTEM
4.7M Mar 19 02:43 /sda1/~/RP300/~SYSTEM
4.7M Mar 20 03:36 /sda1/~/RP301/~SYSTEM
4.7M Mar 20 04:34 /sda1/~/RP302/~SYSTEM
4.7M Mar 22 02:20 /sda1/~/RP303/~SYSTEM
4.6M Dec 25 01:30 /sda1/~/RP226/~SYSTEM
4.6M Dec 26 19:29 /sda1/~/RP227/~SYSTEM
4.6M Dec 27 19:51 /sda1/~/RP228/~SYSTEM
4.6M Dec 28 19:46 /sda1/~/RP229/~SYSTEM
4.6M Dec 29 19:46 /sda1/~/RP230/~SYSTEM
4.6M Dec 31 19:45 /sda1/~/RP232/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 1 19:45 /sda1/~/RP233/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 2 10:14 /sda1/~/RP234/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 2 19:45 /sda1/~/RP235/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 3 19:45 /sda1/~/RP236/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 4 19:45 /sda1/~/RP237/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 5 19:45 /sda1/~/RP238/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 7 05:29 /sda1/~/RP239/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 8 16:54 /sda1/~/RP240/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 9 17:43 /sda1/~/RP241/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 11 01:51 /sda1/~/RP242/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 12 01:47 /sda1/~/RP243/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 13 03:06 /sda1/~/RP244/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 14 04:13 /sda1/~/RP245/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 14 04:24 /sda1/~/RP246/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 14 04:42 /sda1/~/RP247/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 16 21:44 /sda1/~/RP248/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 18 00:57 /sda1/~/RP249/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 21 03:15 /sda1/~/RP250/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 22 03:48 /sda1/~/RP251/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 26 17:55 /sda1/~/RP253/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 27 20:11 /sda1/~/RP254/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 28 20:36 /sda1/~/RP255/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 28 23:22 /sda1/~/RP256/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 30 22:35 /sda1/~/RP257/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 2 00:37 /sda1/~/RP258/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 3 19:32 /sda1/~/RP259/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 4 21:16 /sda1/~/RP260/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 5 21:30 /sda1/~/RP261/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 5 23:09 /sda1/~/RP262/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 7 03:50 /sda1/~/RP263/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 8 04:12 /sda1/~/RP264/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 9 19:02 /sda1/~/RP265/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 10 07:16 /sda1/~/RP266/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 10 20:58 /sda1/~/RP267/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 11 21:32 /sda1/~/RP268/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 13 06:57 /sda1/~/RP269/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 14 00:44 /sda1/~/RP270/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 15 00:46 /sda1/~/RP271/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 16 04:16 /sda1/~/RP272/~SYSTEM
4.6M Dec 30 19:46 /sda1/~/RP231/~SYSTEM
4.6M Jan 25 01:26 /sda1/~/RP252/~SYSTEM
4.6M Feb 17 05:08 /sda1/~/RP273/~SYSTEM

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Posted 24 March 2011 - 04:07 AM

Let's see if there is an available registry backup we can use to help get your computer booting properly
  • Boot the Sick computer with the USB drive again
  • Press File
  • Expand mnt
  • Expand your USB (sdb1)
  • Press Tool at the top
  • Choose Open Terminal
  • Type bash rst.sh -r
  • Type 301
  • Press Enter
  • After it has finished a report will be located at sdb1 named restore.log
  • Please try to boot into normal Windows now and indicate if you were successful

Please note - all text entries are case sensitive

Copy and paste the restore.log from your USB drive for my review

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Posted 24 March 2011 - 12:01 PM

No luck...it keeps booting from the xPUD file, even when I interrupt and choose normal startup.

Here is my restore log:

SOFTWARE hive restored from RP301
SYSTEM hive restored from RP301
SECURITY hive restored from RP301
SAM hive restored from RP301

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Posted 24 March 2011 - 12:20 PM

Just take out the CD and then reboot your computer normally.

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Posted 24 March 2011 - 08:07 PM

Oh yeah, I forgot about that. Okay, so the windows xp screen came up followed by that same parser message "value creation failed at line 906."

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 12:13 AM

Hi again...some very promising developments. So I clicked "ok" on the parser message twice and it didn't come back but the screen stayed black and the cursor froze. I came back a couple hours later and my blue windows welcome page was up. I clicked on the owner icon and it did nothing for about 10 minutes, then it started loading my settings. Everything looked normal so I decided to restart it. I didn't get the parser message, but it takes about 15-20 minutes to completely load. Any suggestions? Thank you, thank you.

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 02:23 AM

That sure is an improvement! :)

Lets first do a scan for malware here. For now, if normal mode is being slow, you can try also to run in Safe Mode with Networking.


MALWAREBYTES ANTIMALWARE
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Please download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and save it to your desktop.
alternate download link 1
alternate download link 2

MBAM may "make changes to your registry" as part of its disinfection routine. If using other security programs that detect registry changes (ie Spybot's Teatimer), they may interfere or alert you. Temporarily disable such programs or permit them to allow the changes.
  • Make sure you are connected to the Internet.
  • Double-click on mbam-setup.exe to install the application.
  • When the installation begins, follow the prompts and do not make any changes to default settings.
  • When installation has finished, make sure you leave both of these checked:
    • Update Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware
    • Launch Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware
  • Then click Finish.
MBAM will automatically start and you will be asked to update the program before performing a scan.
  • If an update is found, the program will automatically update itself. Press the OK button to close that box and continue.
  • If you encounter any problems while downloading the definition updates, manually download them from here and just double-click on mbam-rules.exe to install.
On the Scanner tab:
  • Make sure the "Perform Full Scan" option is selected.
  • Then click on the Scan button.
  • If asked to select the drives to scan, leave all the drives selected and click on the Start Scan button.
  • The scan will begin and "Scan in progress" will show at the top. It may take some time to complete so please be patient.
  • When the scan is finished, a message box will say "The scan completed successfully. Click 'Show Results' to display all objects found".
  • Click OK to close the message box and continue with the removal process.
Back at the main Scanner screen:
  • Click on the Show Results button to see a list of any malware that was found.
  • Make sure that everything is checked, and click Remove Selected.
  • When removal is completed, a log report will open in Notepad.
  • The log is automatically saved and can be viewed by clicking the Logs tab in MBAM.
  • Copy and paste the contents of that report in your next reply. Be sure to post the complete log to include the top portion which shows MBAM's database version and your operating system.
  • Exit MBAM when done.
Note: If MBAM encounters a file that is difficult to remove, you will be asked to reboot your computer so MBAM can proceed with the disinfection process. If asked to restart the computer, please do so immediately. Failure to reboot normally (not into safe mode) will prevent MBAM from removing all the malware.

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 12:18 PM

Hi Elise,

I have Malwarebytes on my laptop already. Do you suggest I download a new copy???

Thank you,
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