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And if I click to view the log it just lists Device 0 is ATA Device Maxtor with above info on Generic PCI ATA Max Native Address 39062499 Device is 28 Boot to a DOS disk, run PTEdit, and change the "partition type" from hex 0x17 to hex 0x07. sach2, May 28, 2011 #9 lmhjcr Sergeant Okay, it is done running the chkdsk /r using the xp professional disk and it stated ckhdsk found and fixed one or more errors We just want to see if autocheck.exe is there. http://alltechgossip.com/cannot-find/cannot-find-gdi-dll.html

I was > able to solve the start problem in the mean time with the help of NTFS4DOS > Personal by Avira > (http://www.free-av.de/de/tools/11/av..._personal.html). Unfortunately, I was providing tech support via telephone so I was unable to investigate it further. It might take two or three GB to do it. Thank you.

Lets see how Windows is trying to execute it.For this we need to see a specific value in your registry.If you are comfortable navigating the registry using regedit.exe then go to Thank you guys I've fix the problem thanks to you, but there were other hexadecimal values mine way (i'm FAT32)... I think I remember that in some cases the file is there but chkdsk still won't run.

I'm thinking that if I want to keep this as a backup pc I should probably replace that hard drive --- just in case (besides it is only a 20 gb Open notepad and copy/paste the text in the quotebox below into it:@echo off>BEregQuery.txt (REG QUERY "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager" /v BootExecute)start BEregQuery.txtSave this to your desktop as BEregQuery.bat For "Save as type" choose If no boot run chkdsk /r one more time and see if that does anything for you. You might want to see how many files it finds that are damaged and if any of them sound like system files before making a decision on repairing.

it's a two phase process, the first being via the recovery console and using a basic registry. It was really easy. But we should try.) This is what I was reading: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/311724 You are fine letting chkdsk complete. As I mentioned before, the HotFix seems to have problems specific to a particular hardware and/or software configuration, and I should add that it is possibly related to Dell's OEM Partition

NTFS4DOS has a chkdsk command what was able to start from floppy. If your computer stopped responding, restarted unexpectedly or was automatically shut down to protect your files choose last know good configuration. My Account | Log Out | Advertise Search: Home Forums About Us Geek Culture Advertise Contact Us FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Back to top #11 James Litten James Litten Ԁǝǝ˥q BC Advisor 1,928 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:New Jersey Local time:06:21 AM Posted 22 February 2012 - 07:44 PM Yay!

Take a look at the tutorial here and let me know if the screens match up. I again and again wonder why we don't get such simple solutions from Microsoft. The only way to have RAID0 performance is to have ??? The > danger of malfunctions is much to big.

Might help others searching for a solution.JamesGood job catching that! http://alltechgossip.com/cannot-find/cannot-find-ctl3d-dll.html No more hassles, problems or procedures. So just what is taking up about 4GB of space (since the WINNT folder is 4.5gb in size) I have not figured out just yet. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now

Log in or Sign up MajorGeeks.Com Support Forums Home Forums > ----------= PC, Desktop and Laptop Support =------ > Software > This site uses cookies. Bob C Jan 17, 2004 #11 lindyhopper23 TS Rookie I am having this same problem however when I checked the partition with ptedit it was flagged as 07 which shouldn't That is the simplest way to restore a backup if the OS won't load. http://alltechgossip.com/cannot-find/cannot-find-browseui-dll.html A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.

If you can try to do a system recovery first (you may keep your files this way). Dec 16, 2010 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. First Time Here?

lmhjcr, May 28, 2011 #13 lmhjcr Sergeant I don't think so since it states on the side of the tower that it is Windows XP Home Edition with the product key

Or maybe just the Winnt\system32 folder? Apr 1, 2005 #19 truthao TS Rookie two harddrives I've been having the same problem with getting the autochk boot error. Yes, go ahead and start from the SeaTools disc. Reply 0 Reply 0 0 Highlighted DavidPK Provost Posts: 44,051 Member Since: ‎09-24-2010 Message 2 of 10 (2,692 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Unmountable Boot Volume - Cannot find Autochk.exe Options

Thank you so much for the help!K.Campbell Edited by k.campbell, 23 February 2012 - 11:47 AM. Anyway, I started the pc up and connected to the internet and downloaded an antivirus program, installed it and then made sure that it was up to date and that the This is exactly what happens if the partition is flagged as invisible (ie: "hidden NTFS"). http://alltechgossip.com/cannot-find/cannot-find-regsrv32-exe.html Who knows of a way to prepare the setup start floppies so that I can use chkdsk without access to autochk.exe in \windows\system32?

XP Service Pack 1 handles this issue itself rather than relying on the BIOS, assuming that you have the latest version of the file ATAPI.SYS. I do have a set of Recovery Disks but knowing I would lose everything (tons of photos and important documents) I have wanted to. maybe? -Krugger Dec 14, 2003 #8 bbrass10 TS Rookie If it's rebooting after displaying that message, your system partition is marked as "hidden NTFS". That way it never becomes fragmented and never resizes.

http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm?ttid=287#maxtor Go to Maxtor and look for the PowerMax iso. I almost didn't notice. lmhjcr, May 28, 2011 #23 lmhjcr Sergeant I ran the long test and got a similar screen with the title Long Test Errors and the first 2 paragraphs are the same. I know that I could always reformat the whole hard drive and start from scratch, but I would definitely like to exhaust all options before going that route.

if your getting a prompt during logon for the autochk, then theres probably a reason and your system needs to correct those problems. box Errors have been detected on your drive. Since the MBR directly invokes "autochk", it seems likely that the problem lies in their modified boot partition. If the program you now use for backups works for you that would be fine too.

May 21, 2005 #24 Chesta1485 TS Rookie Posts: 16 I believe you extract ptedit.exe onto a floppy disk then boot up from that a drive and make sure it says '07' Brad Apr 8, 2004 #13 Billy Gator TS Rookie Re: autochk not found Originally posted by bbrass10 With two identical (or well-matched) hard drives, if you create a Swap File I ran system look and this is what it shows: Searching for "autochk.exe" C:\Windows\System32\autochk.exe --a---- 792064 bytes [02:41 26/07/2012] [03:20 26/07/2012] 55653D86D712641DB6930FAB64F452FF C:\Windows\WinSxS\x86_microsoft-windows-autochk_31bf3856ad364e35_6.2.9200.16384_none_de9ef92a9327e7b0\autochk.exe --a---- 792064 bytes [02:41 26/07/2012] [03:20 26/07/2012] 55653D86D712641DB6930FAB64F452FF lmhjcr, May 29, 2011 #47 sach2 Major Geek Extraordinaire You have tons of space.

If somebody knows, how it is possible to move WinXP to the 80 gigas disk, welcome with the idea. If you give the manufacturer of the HD then we can find the diagnostic program to test the HD.