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Just prior to the boot to windows I get the error message: There is an error in your config.sys file on line 2 There is also another warning that states: The If you have the file... Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. I did not consider that.

I was stepping too far back , Win 3.1/ 95 maybe . Please > help Related resources Errors in config.sys file...? - Forum Error in Config.sys Win98 - Forum xp gefoozled.......Missing Or Corrupt Win\sys32\Config\sys - Forum How do I edit my autoexec.bat and Replace any existing files... If it does not appear again, forget it.

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  1. The machine will boot in a safe mode.
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Thank you. > > "Patty" wrote in message > [email protected] > : On Wed, 9 Mar 2005 11:22:34 -0700, Dan wrote: > : > : > User --- please open My father just called me at work and says that whenever he tries to boot his computer running XP home, he gets the … SAYSTEM CONFIG nightmare please help! 1 reply DEVICE=C:\VIDE-CDD.SYS If you do not have the the file or the ability to edit the config.sys then... Not bad for an old fart of 50+ eh? 0 Discussion Starter Logger 11 Years Ago Your suggestion hit a home run.

it's less bloated. The time now is 12:13 PM. by R. Are you running an AMD K6 350+ ?

I am slowly learning to use the proper terminlogy. Have a nice > day and I look forward to seeing the full cofig.sys file here. > He doesn't have to "cut" anything, just highlight the whole thing and select copy Maybe > in three years I will have a better grasp of things. :> > > "Gary S. Unfortunately I do not know how to copy/paste when the error message is in the startup screen.

Patty Dan 10 March 2005 12:10:16 Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win98.gen_discussion (More info?) Good point! Good luck! 0 Michells 9 Years Ago Hello Dude, Thanks for your reply. It should be > Device high=c:\cdrom\GSCDROM.SYS /D:MSCD000 /v > assuming that /v is a valid option for GSCDROM (it probably is). Terhune MS MVP Shell/User "Dan" wrote in message news:%[email protected] > Good point!

Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS Um Google Groups Discussions nutzen zu k├Ânnen, aktivieren Sie JavaScript in Ihren Browsereinstellungen und aktualisieren Sie dann diese Seite. . Forum SolvedNew RAM passes Windows test, multiple errors with Memtest Forum More resources Ask the community Tags Example: Notebook, Android, SSD hard drive Publish Top Experts a b V Motherboard Tradesman1 Not bad for an old fart of 50+ eh? 0 Thong_Ispector 2 11 Years Ago Glad to hear it worked and you now have your backup system functioning again... If not could you tell me how to copy/paste when in this startup window?Message reads exactly:The following file is missing or corrupted: C\windows\setver.exeThere is an error in your config.sys file on

Terhune MS MVP Shell/User "george154302" wrote in message news:[email protected] > Here you go guys > > dos=high > dos=umb > device=c:\windows\himem.sys > device=c:\windows\emm386.exe noems > files=255 > Devicehigh=c:\cdrom\GSCDROM.SYS It shows the error as "Missing or corrupted file in Config.sys line 2". Terhune > : MS MVP Shell/User > : > : > : > : "Dan" wrote in message > : news:%[email protected] > : > Good point!

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I am able to boot in my system but, the problem is I am not able to boot from my target system (AMD Processor). SolvedDisk errors in event viewer cause computer to become unresponsive. The > > : more accurate your use of correct terminology, the more likely you are > > : to succeed in your endeavors. > > : > > : -- Copy it to the root directory of the hard drive Edit your config.sys line 2 to read...

That way the config.sys file never ends up empty. And thanks, It is nice to be appreciated... If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). c:\windows\setver.exe) it references actually exist and are not corrupted.2.

Slow it down to 300 install everything then bring it back up... You are right that it is a 95 issue and not 98 but because of how you are installing it as a 95/98 upgrade, that may be what is tripping the I am able to boot using these files. That way the config.sys file never : ends up empty. : : Patty Anonymous 10 March 2005 16:58:40 Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win98.gen_discussion (More info?) In technical discussions, Dan, words have very

It's a bunch of symbols. But the problem is whatever files I am using to boot from USB is working perfectly in my system. Member Posts: 307 They only let me use pencils, not pens! Also, check that the file c:\cdrom\GSCDROM.SYS actually exists on disk.