Win XP Media Center Missing Or Corrupt Files
I have 2 other operating systems on their own HDD's: Vista 32 and 64 on the same computer and they work fine (for M$ at least). Help please! 16 Feb 2011 ~ 12:11am PVB Got to recovery console. Using the site is easy and fun. I am sure there are people out there trying to get ride of these. #11 Ketchup, May 22, 2013 Raincity Diamond Member Joined: Feb 17, 2000 Messages: 4,418 Likes Received: http://directorsubmit.com/win-xp/windows-media-player.html
But thanks geeksquad, because if it wasn't for you guys i wouldn't be so busy fixing the problems you either couldn't or caused. 18 Oct 2010 ~ 4:02pm Moby THANKS!! When you are at the C:> prompt, simply type FIXBOOT. Thank you so much for posting this. 24 Feb 2011 ~ 7:10pm Fred Is there any way to force the bootcfg /rebuild command to work if the scan fails because a Is the data completely toast?Click to expand...
YMMV You're gonna wanna watch those typos. 24 Jul 2010 ~ 1:11am Gyro Gearloose aatrib =ouch!= I stand corrected. 24 Jul 2010 ~ 1:23am Gyro Gearloose All joking aside: Killing your This guide is to help guys out, not a forum for critics. Now I'm back online and typing this comment. I've chosen safe mode and several lines of "multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(0)...." come up and then it reboots to same message.
You should be good to go...Click to expand... The stop error 7E is most commonly related to bad drivers. It is clear and easy to learn. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-pictures/windows-media-center-error-some-of-the-files/e7f949f4-d5ac-495a-b51b-96c752d0f223 The problem is the system didn't come with a restore disk.
The onyl disk I have access to is window xp pro. If it's a retail version I'm afraid when you attempt to enter the HP OEM product key during the repair install it won't be accepted because XP installation CD product keys The mighty cat has spoken. This step verifies the integrity of the hard drive containing the Windows XP installation.
You could possibly insert fixed copies of the corrupt files, but that could be tedious. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/138170-Problem-repairing-XP-Media-Center-Installation If you're using XP Pro and you have forgotten your admin password, you could reset it. I bit the bullet and decided to do a rtepair install, but you guessed it, repair is not an option. From what I have been able to work out, the Media Guide data is getting corrupted when it auto-updates, this seems to stop the TV working aswell, as it tries to
Also, the center of the disk is not the fastest. However, she have a bunch of old program on her computer like wordperfect and quattro pro, which she no longer have the disk to. VERY poorly designed. What this really means is that the .dat files containing the registry hives are trashed.
Summarily blowing away the boot.ini is not a swell idea, in any event. 24 Jul 2010 ~ 3:16am MrTRiot As far as a "multiboot environment" that's going to be pretty rare Thanks 17 Dec 2010 ~ 10:19am Buddy Fellow Geeks, this procedure worked perfectly on a Dell 4600. Any other ideas?
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If there is no "media center" program group...then I just have say that I don't understand how your system works. Results and wrap-up It's time to reboot your PC by typing EXIT in the Windows Recovery Console and confirming the command with a stroke of the enter key. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Once the drive has been tested, if ok, you should proceed to check for Malware using these two free programs and if the infection is severe start a new thread in
is there anything else i can do? 29 Sep 2010 ~ 6:55pm ardichoke If chkdsk is reporting irrecoverable problems you probably have a hard drive that is physically dying. I started checking for problems with my cd drive because it wasn't auto running. Choosing last known good configuration gets me to the same message. Thus, if the registry breaks, the ONLY system that can fix it is the system you can't boot, since the registry is COMPLETELY closed to outside systems.
Jim Back to top Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → We're going to make sure the file is no longer hidden from our prying eyes, remove the flag that sets it as an undeletable system file, and remove the flag that If one is technically inclined; the XP Pro SP2 ISO contents can be extracted to a folder, modified with the correct files, and then recompiled as a new XP MCE ISO. Is the data completely toast? #15 Xellos2099, May 24, 2013 Ketchup Elite Member Joined: Sep 1, 2002 Messages: 13,028 Likes Received: 36 Can you hear the hard drive spinning when
Mar 24, 2011 #2 Zilpha TS Enthusiast Posts: 319 That error is a corrupt registry hive. In the beginning the xp disk won'trecognize the hdd so I open up the system to take a look. I cannot identify any new programs or drivers that may have caused the problem. I am now determined to get this operating system going again, even if just for the experience (rather than the recovery of the data, because it is all accessible from Vista
I have Media Center Ed. 2004 ver 5.1.2600.5512. Mar 25, 2011 #4 Not a tech guy TS Rookie Topic Starter Thanks Thanks for all the help! In the beginning the xp disk won'trecognize the hdd so I open up the system to take a look. http://www.avira.com/en/avira-free-antivirus http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php After that, run a repair install with the correct OS disc that matches the version on your product key sticker.
It;s because EVERYONE ELSE knows what a horrible idea it is to actually use a database for storing any configuration whatsoever, especially one as inaccessible as the registry. In an effort to expedite our repair time and retain the sanity of myself and other technicians, I received permission to undertake a case study on a variety of PCs currently Back to top #5 hamluis hamluis Moderator Moderator 51,862 posts ONLINE Gender:Male Location:Killeen, TX Local time:05:46 PM Posted 04 December 2008 - 05:59 PM Be sure that there is a