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    Angry isapnp.sys and ntfs.sys problems

    Ok, so I start up my computer and first it gives be the corrupt ntfs.sys , repaier using disk blah blah blah. THen I restart the copmuter and then get the same message but for isapnp.sys. I keep restarting it and get the same messages. Somehow, Windows then loads and I can use the computer. THis has happened a a few times now. It means its take about an hour before I can use my computer. I have tried using the recovery console but wasn't sure how to use it. And when I try using it again I can't get to it. Is there anyway I can solve these problems in Windows (now thats it loaded)?

    (I'm using XP Pro - if this will make a difference.)

    Thanks for any help.
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    You might have faulty ram, corrupt hard drive section or some other hw fail going on.

    have you tried a chkdsk on the hdd to check for bad sectors ?



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    I can't lock onto the drive and I don't want to restart my copmputer as I don't no how long it will take be to boot up again. What should I do?
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    Have you overclocked at all? Classic symptom of RAM crapping out
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    Nope, i've done no overclocking.
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    Anyway, looks like it the RAM. I've removed the supspect RAM and now my computer is fine. Although a lil slow. Cheers GreenPiggy,
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    o well.....
    Last edited by Apex; 10-08-2004 at 07:24 PM.



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