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Anonymous
August 30, 2004 12:43:12 PM

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I downloaded and installed SP2. After the setup, my computer goes into an
endless boot cycle. The only way to get the computer started is in safe
mode. the following is from event viewer.

Any suggestions welcome. At the moment, I have uninstalled SP2.

Thanks.

This is what event viewer says. I can only get in in safe mode.

Event Type: Error
Event Source: Service Control Manager
Event Category: None
Event ID: 7026
Date: 8/27/2004
Time: 6:26:25 PM
User: N/A
Computer: EVE
Description:
The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load:
AFD
AmdK7
Fips
IPSec
MRxSmb
NetBIOS
NetBT
RasAcd
Rdbss
Tcpip
vsdatant
WS2IFSL

For more information, see Help and Support Center at
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.




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Anonymous
August 30, 2004 10:56:35 PM

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It's Only me wrote:
> I downloaded and installed SP2. After the setup, my computer goes
> into an endless boot cycle. The only way to get the computer started
> is in safe mode. the following is from event viewer.
>
> Any suggestions welcome. At the moment, I have uninstalled SP2.
>
> Thanks.
>
> This is what event viewer says. I can only get in in safe mode.
>
> Event Type: Error
> Event Source: Service Control Manager
> Event Category: None
> Event ID: 7026
> Date: 8/27/2004
> Time: 6:26:25 PM
> User: N/A
> Computer: EVE
> Description:
> The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load:
> AFD
> AmdK7
> Fips
> IPSec
> MRxSmb
> NetBIOS
> NetBT
> RasAcd
> Rdbss
> Tcpip
> vsdatant
> WS2IFSL
>
..
By chance do you have an AMD Opetron processor or an AMD-64 ?

btw, the shutdown article at Aumha is excellent.

Also see Windows XP SP2 - FAQ & Best Practices" at Aumha.org
http://forum.aumha.org/index.php?c=16

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Maurice N
MVP Windows - Shell / User
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Anonymous
August 30, 2004 11:48:27 PM

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Hope something here helps you

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;878474
Your computer repeatedly restarts after you install Windows XP Service Pack 2

http://aumha.org/win5/a/shtdwnxp.htm


"It's Only me" <NOSPAM@NOSPAM.COM> wrote in message
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>I downloaded and installed SP2. After the setup, my computer goes into an
> endless boot cycle. The only way to get the computer started is in safe
> mode. the following is from event viewer.
>
> Any suggestions welcome. At the moment, I have uninstalled SP2.
>
> Thanks.
>
> This is what event viewer says. I can only get in in safe mode.
>
> Event Type: Error
> Event Source: Service Control Manager
> Event Category: None
> Event ID: 7026
> Date: 8/27/2004
> Time: 6:26:25 PM
> User: N/A
> Computer: EVE
> Description:
> The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load:
> AFD
> AmdK7
> Fips
> IPSec
> MRxSmb
> NetBIOS
> NetBT
> RasAcd
> Rdbss
> Tcpip
> vsdatant
> WS2IFSL
>
> For more information, see Help and Support Center at
> http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
>
>
>
>
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Anonymous
August 31, 2004 1:02:02 AM

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p.s. This should shed a little light on Event ID 7026 with Service Control manager. This link is to MS Technet site.
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/support/ee/result.aspx...

Your system had been failing to load a whole bunch of drivers ---- many of which were network protocols.

Is this pc a stand-alone, or do you have a network ? a desktop pc, or notebook? brand name?
Do you now (or before) have a 3rd-party software firewall ? I'm trying to see if you had 1 firewall already & if SP2 activated its Windows Firewall.
Another possibility on Event ID 7026 (long shot) is that somehow it got configured for a serial mouse, but you have a PS2 mouse.
While XP SP2 was available (and even now) I'd go to Control Panel > Devices & do a review.
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Anonymous
August 31, 2004 1:23:00 PM

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Thankyou for the replies and Kaylene also. The article Kaylene mentioned is
not applicable to my system. I do not have mpegport.sys on my system. In
answer to Maurice's question, this is a standalone, desktop pc. I use
Zonealarm Pro as my firewall. I cannot tell which version of the AMD chip I
have. The information I get from a chip finding utility from AMD is:

AMD Duron(tm) Processor
AuthenticAMD
Speed: 1196 MHz
L1 Data Cache: 64kb
L1 Inst Cache: 64kb
L2 Cach: 64 kb
Family.Model,Step: 6.7.1
MMX: YES
Extended MMX: YES
3DNOW!(tm): YES
Extended 3DNOW!(tm): YES


I have a PS2 mouse. All othere peripherals were disconnected prior to the
update.

Thanks again for the informations.

"Maurice N ~ MVP" <maurice@mvps.org> wrote in message
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: p.s. This should shed a little light on Event ID 7026 with Service
: Control manager. This link is to MS Technet site.
:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/support/ee/result.aspx...
:
: Your system had been failing to load a whole bunch of drivers ----
: many of which were network protocols.
:
: Is this pc a stand-alone, or do you have a network ? a desktop pc,
: or notebook? brand name?
: Do you now (or before) have a 3rd-party software firewall ? I'm
: trying to see if you had 1 firewall already & if SP2 activated its
: Windows Firewall.
: Another possibility on Event ID 7026 (long shot) is that somehow it
: got configured for a serial mouse, but you have a PS2 mouse.
: While XP SP2 was available (and even now) I'd go to Control Panel >
: Devices & do a review.




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Anonymous
August 31, 2004 1:23:01 PM

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It's Only me wrote:
> Thankyou for the replies and Kaylene also. The article Kaylene
> mentioned is not applicable to my system. I do not have mpegport.sys
> on my system. In answer to Maurice's question, this is a standalone,
> desktop pc. I use Zonealarm Pro as my firewall. I cannot tell which
> version of the AMD chip I have. The information I get from a chip
> finding utility from AMD is:
>
> AMD Duron(tm) Processor
> AuthenticAMD
> Speed: 1196 MHz
> L1 Data Cache: 64kb
> L1 Inst Cache: 64kb
> L2 Cach: 64 kb
> Family.Model,Step: 6.7.1
> MMX: YES
> Extended MMX: YES
> 3DNOW!(tm): YES
> Extended 3DNOW!(tm): YES
>
>
> I have a PS2 mouse. All othere peripherals were disconnected prior to
> the update.
>
> Thanks again for the informations.
>
Your AMD Duron should be ok.
Which peripherals did you *disconnect* at SP2 update? and by chance do they use any of those *failing-to-load drivers* ?

You need to experiment to see what may be in your Startup group programs that 'could' possibly cause problem.
You have to do some research (in MS groups & in Google groups) to see what each one of the drivers belongs to.

Use MSCONFIG to minimize all user/add-on startup apps. Does that make a difference?

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MVP Windows - Shell / User
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Anonymous
August 31, 2004 10:53:14 PM

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"Maurice N ~ MVP" <maurice@mvps.org> wrote in message
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: It's Only me wrote:
:: Thankyou for the replies and Kaylene also. The article Kaylene
:: mentioned is not applicable to my system. I do not have mpegport.sys
:: on my system. In answer to Maurice's question, this is a standalone,
:: desktop pc. I use Zonealarm Pro as my firewall. I cannot tell which
:: version of the AMD chip I have. The information I get from a chip
:: finding utility from AMD is:
::
:: AMD Duron(tm) Processor
:: AuthenticAMD
:: Speed: 1196 MHz
:: L1 Data Cache: 64kb
:: L1 Inst Cache: 64kb
:: L2 Cach: 64 kb
:: Family.Model,Step: 6.7.1
:: MMX: YES
:: Extended MMX: YES
:: 3DNOW!(tm): YES
:: Extended 3DNOW!(tm): YES
::
::
:: I have a PS2 mouse. All othere peripherals were disconnected prior to
:: the update.
::
:: Thanks again for the informations.
::
: Your AMD Duron should be ok.
: Which peripherals did you *disconnect* at SP2 update? and by chance
: do they use any of those *failing-to-load drivers* ?
:
: You need to experiment to see what may be in your Startup group
: programs that 'could' possibly cause problem.
: You have to do some research (in MS groups & in Google groups) to see
: what each one of the drivers belongs to.
:
: Use MSCONFIG to minimize all user/add-on startup apps. Does that
: make a difference?

Problem solved. I disabled reboot on error and when the machine next
started, it told me a file btaudio.sys was trying to use memory that could
not be allocated to it. This file is for my bluetooth dongle audio. I
disabled the file and the boot went ahead as normal. Thankyou all for your
input. Just a little time and patience and some great help from "You Guys"
let me get to the root of the problem.

Once again, Thanks.


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Anonymous
September 1, 2004 12:31:49 AM

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It's Only me wrote:
>> You need to experiment to see what may be in your Startup group
>> programs that 'could' possibly cause problem.
>> You have to do some research (in MS groups & in Google groups) to see
>> what each one of the drivers belongs to.
>>
>> Use MSCONFIG to minimize all user/add-on startup apps. Does that
>> make a difference?
>
> Problem solved. I disabled reboot on error and when the machine next
> started, it told me a file btaudio.sys was trying to use memory that
> could not be allocated to it. This file is for my bluetooth dongle
> audio. I disabled the file and the boot went ahead as normal.
> Thankyou all for your input. Just a little time and patience and some
> great help from "You Guys" let me get to the root of the problem.
>
> Once again, Thanks.
>
I am really so glad this is solved. Good going. And you are welcome. And btw, thank "you" for posting back.
We all learn something this way. Here's what I learned from your post ---- bluetooth audio device .. uses "btaudio driver".
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Anonymous
September 1, 2004 1:35:52 PM

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Glad to share what knowledge I gain. Once again, Maurice, Thanks.


"Maurice N ~ MVP" <maurice@mvps.org> wrote in message
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: I am really so glad this is solved. Good going. And you are
: welcome. And btw, thank "you" for posting back.
: We all learn something this way. Here's what I learned from your
: post ---- bluetooth audio device .. uses "btaudio driver".


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