Windows Xp Hangs On Startup Mup.sys
Sever i continuously get put on group networking. I've heard that this problem has to do with PCI cards, USB 2.0 > cards, USB mice, Network cards, a corrupt installation, and possibly the > FBI's Carnivore problem checking my Matt Atkinson Jun 08, 2005, 05:10pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Windows xp freezes at mup.sysYes, thanks. I'm happy to lose this "undocumented feature". check over here
I have not made any hardware changes for months, so I'm wondering wtf. It is another file that is the prob. and all my system is stable again and no more cycling reboots. Then it began missing dll files and her icons were showing up unrecognized and it kept asking if she wanted to search the internet for programs to run applications she had
On inserting the original motherboard driver cd windows succesfully downloaded drivers and the conflict disappeared. ALSO, what kind of Hard drive do you have? Even Kerio is limited to the trusted zone.
I do not know how but my entire C drive had been wiped clean after the mentioned error, so I could not restore my PC. If you want my opinion, disable auto-instalation on microsoft updates (even the critical ones) and set it to tell you when something new is there... I may have plugged in the USB cables differently than they where originally, it may have been due to the system being powered down for a couple days, but other than See More: mup.sys hangs in safe boot & pci.sys error while formatting Report • ✔ Best Answer dirtydumpty September 2, 2013 at 02:52:44 I have resolved the issue with the help
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I also tried to reset to DELL factory settings using "ctrl, F11" but can't get it to work. her latest blog It might take hours. I've seen on other foruns that the problem was on the SP2 package which isn't really true....all my system is stable now. Look at the How-To link at the bottom of my other response.
Last edited: Mar 6, 2012 chrizhen, Mar 6, 2012 #12 tazosmr Joined: May 16, 2013 Likes Received: 0 I SOLVED MY PROBLEM. check my blog When the computer restarted it loaded the Dell screen and then the Windows XP screen....something we hadn't seen in a very long time on her monitor..I was ecstatic!! If you found this page useful, consider linking to it. Ive also lost my volume control.
There are 0 registered and 889 anonymous users currently online. Bottom line... Charles Johnson Jun 08, 2005, 05:07pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Windows xp freezes at mup.sysWhile the majority of the this content Basically, in one fell swoop, I replaced the mobo, RAM, CPU, and Video card, then popped the HD back in, fully expecting to have to do a clean install of XP
If needed, boot the recovery CD to a prompt first Try booting with as minimal a system you can. I had alot of other problems going on at the time too, but that got me to at least boot back into windows. ram :4 Gig It originally had windows vista, I downgraded to xp professional and was working fine for couple of months.
When you get to the first screen, select R for repair.
llama_thumper Multiple UNC Provider: This is a required network driver, and is completely harmless. More >> You Are Here: / Forums / Windows XP, 2000, 98 / Windows XP freezes at mup.sys, how do I fix it? Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. I found Ophcrack, but when I ran th elive bootable cd I got the message "A Problem occurred while reading the SAM file found in /mnt/hda1/WINDOWS/system32/config/".
Not able to solve problem again. It then starts these components possibly causing more draw on the power supply. Make Google your friend too. have a peek at these guys I tried to boot into safe mode but it always hung up on the MUP.SYS file.
From these you can indepentently verify the conclusions below. 4) Reboot and test "safe mode". If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us.