Re: ipvnmon.sys PLEASE HELP!!! I DO NOT KNOW WHAT TO DO NEXT
From: alex (alexvodovoztest_at_yahoo.com)
Date: 22 Mar 2004 12:28:53 -0800
Thanks to all for replying. I have looked at all the other threads
with the same problem and unfortunatly no one seems to have a good
solution to this. I tried booting of the cd but I still always get to
the screen that asks if I want to start up in safe mode. I think some
kind of virus might have corrupted the hard drive but I am not sure.
I guess what I will do is take out the hard drive and plug it in as a
second hard drive into another computer. Then maybe from that
computer I can run a virus scan and see if there is anything wrong
with that hard drive.
Michael Cecil <email@example.com> wrote in message news:<firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> On 22 Mar 2004 00:09:06 -0800, email@example.com (alex) wrote:
> >I have windows xp professional and am not able to get it to work. I
> >have tried booting from the boot disk and the windows cd and still
> >have not been able to get anything to work. As soon as the system
> >starts up it goes to the screen where it asks you if you want to start
> >up in safe mode or last known configuration. Any one of those
> >options will freeze the system. It starts trying to load up the
> >different file names and always freezes up on one particular file name
> >called, ipvnmon.sys. The system was working fine a week ago, and now
> >it will just not start up. I have seen a lot of threads with this
> >same type of similar situation, but have not been able to find any
> >answers to the problem. If anyone knows anything please let me know,
> >because I am not sure of what I should do not. I would not mind even
> >reinstalling windows again, but the computer won't even let me get to
> >that option. Please let me know if there is anything that I can
> >download or do to get the system up and running.
> >PLEASE HELP!!! I DO NOT KNOW WHAT TO DO NEXT
> You can't do much if you can't even boot into safe mode. You might try
> booting off the XP CD and running the Recovery Console. Then change to the
> \Windows\System32\drivers folder and delete or rename that file. Someone
> probably has some notes on using the RC...here try this page:
> Or you could just try a repair install but since that keeps your settings,
> you'd probably still be stuck at the same place.