Re: Cannot load the Hive
Make sure write cache is not enabled.
Possible Data Loss After You Enable the "Write Cache Enabled" Feature
You may have some bad RAM. The drive controller may be faulty.
Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
Microsoft Certified Professional
Microsoft MVP [Windows]
> Done the clean install, still gives hive errs,and others eg
> Stop inaccessible boot device,
> winnt/systm32\config\systemced missing or corrupt
> Used a single good hd, no raid.
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