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Windows Xp Homeonly Starts In Safe Mode

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#1 stupidpc


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Posted 27 February 2006 - 12:36 AM

I posted a messge last week about my computer only staring in safe made, you asked that I get a list of the errors in the event ziewer so here goes. As I mentioned I can only get the pc to boot in safe mode.

I checked everywhere I was suppose to. There was 1 error under the application tab and many under the system tab. I have done the best I can to try to relay these to you. And I aprreciat any help you can give me.

The first error, under application was this" content index on c;/system volume information/catalog.wci could not be initialized 3221225628.

Now under the application menu I have many but the first was this.
system start or drivers failed to load AFD, FIPS, INTELPPM,IPSEC, MRXSMB, NETBIOS, NETBT, RASACD, RDBSS, TCPIP, WS21FSL.

another error was DHCP client services depend on the SYMTDI service witch failed to start. The dependency or group failed to start.

TCP/IP ptotocol driver failed to start

and the last one I could find was.. /device/harddisk0/d. has a bad block.

So this is what I was able to find. I really hope this is what you were asking for. Just so you know there were no other errors other than on the date in witch this happened. Thanks for taking the time to read this, I look forward to hearng from you.

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Posted 27 February 2006 - 09:24 AM

harddisk0/d. has a bad block.

Get ready to install a new hard drive and reload a fresh copy of your op system.

Is that the complete list?

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