Windows Xp Hangs On Startup Agpcpq.sys
From there, run chkdsk /r and you are probably good to go. It will take you past the windows boot up screen and take you to a black screen. Not the answer you're looking for? Are the following topics usually in an introductory Complex Analysis class: Julia sets, Fatou sets, Mandelbrot set, etc? http://3ecommunications.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-hangs-on-startup-after-the-windows-logo-shows.html
In device manager- update driver of computer/ACPI-uniprocessor, select ".. I now have some residual minor errors which are not greatly affecting system stability and performance, but there is a possible clue as to the origin of this particular problem... Exit WITH changes. 8. AgpCPQ.sys is also related to Agp440.sys. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/xp-locks-up-when-loading-agpcpq-sys.21511/
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed OK folks i have tried all the great stuff to get this to go away. the ACPI mangement seems to be disabled or corrupted..
As soon as you save the config, your computer will start again, you shoudl see the windows screen, and if it doesnt start normally, give it 5 minutes. My mistake...Sorry about that. SOLVEDthanks for help guys Ask a new question Read More Drivers Windows XP Related Resources solved Weird Windows boot issues (8 and 10) please read! Thanks for all your help so far.... 0 Message Author Comment by:helpint ID: 236538222009-02-16 Hi Guys, I was wondering if you could at all explain the following.
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Remember on a clean install (If that is the route you choose to go) you will not have any Viruses, corrupt system files, many drivers, etc... http://superuser.com/questions/727292/crash-on-startup-between-agpcpq-sys-and-acpi-sys-win-xp How you fixed the issue with iolo. Disabled acpi.sys (which was next in line to load during the crash), and got a BSOD reading: STOP: 0X0000007B (0xF78C6528,0xC0000034,0x00000000,0x00000000) Held the fn key and booted without the battery, performing Dell's I'll report back here if I find anything that leads to an answer.
get to the following screen and disable "Intel SpeedStep" 7. http://3ecommunications.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-stuck-on-startup-screen.html Vaber, Jul 14, 2009 #8 valis Moderator Joined: Sep 24, 2004 Messages: 71,084 are you sure? Your laptop is fairly old, and may well not run either Win 7 or 8. save and exit with changes. 9.
Snake Game in C# Did Jack die at the end from a shotgun wound? get to the following screen and disable EVERYTHING on the Advanced Tab. (check out the img below) 7. Feb 23, 2005 #3 ctizzano TS Rookie An upgrade to the latest BIOS seemed to do justice for the S50 desktop I have here. check over here TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.
Are the images not formatting how you want them to? But you should be aware that this reinstalls the OS so you need a full System Data & Settings Backup before you start using the Recovery Disc as you'll loose everything Oberjeen Resolved HJT Threads 7 03-19-2011 04:48 PM virus ends all programs, help please Hello there, the other day whilst not really paying attention I allowed a fishy program to bypass
There is a known compatibility issue between RC2 and Symantec AV, that causes this issue.
but not sure. nacho leebray ( not his real name) in our tech department has FOUND A PERMINT FIX FOR THIS ISSUE IF YOU LOOK AT ALL THE MACHINES THAT THIS IS HAPPENING TO In the VMware case the failure to properly identify the video card may be causing the crash and preventing a full successful boot up. thanks, v valis, Jul 14, 2009 #13 Vaber Thread Starter Joined: Jul 14, 2009 Messages: 31 No, it's not.
Tried Recovery Console, but it blue screens before it gets to the menu. I have slaved HDD1 and it does seem to be knackered as it just werrrrss and windows cannot read it. When I boot with both disks plugged in to HDD1 I get the problem explained above and the machine will not load past the windows splash screen. this content I believe this was caused by replacing the HAL.DLL in my 'fix' post above which was possibly part of the origin of the problem.
Login now. I could find no solution on the net, and too found that in safe mode the boot up stopped at agpcpq.sys. Vaber, Jul 14, 2009 #11 Vaber Thread Starter Joined: Jul 14, 2009 Messages: 31 How can I tell if my system is 32 or 64 bit? A friend is lending me an XP disc, so I'll be sure that a recovery partition is part of the reinstallation.
Get the answer alphi99Sep 12, 2011, 7:15 PM dude,try to instal a fresh instal of xp.this should solve the prob.If not,then it may b a hardware issue lik processor gets over Several functions may not work.