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Click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double-click Add/Remove Programs. It would not even start in safe mode.Prior to this problem the system was operating fine, I have not recently installed anything or deleted anything. I've built plenty of computers before.. Won't load.

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All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. I use only Word and load it separately from another disk. You should have a command line that looks like this>>>C:\Windows\Command>Now type in scanreg/restore and choose a time prior to the onset of the problem. Start your computer by using the Windows Startup disk you created during Windows Setup, and then use the sys comm...

Choose Command Prompt. You Must Reinstall WindowsTranslation:When you start Win98, you may receive this error message. solved Can't load into windows. I suppose you don't have the original restore CD?Hope this helps you to get out of the mess.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Re:98SE Won't Boot by mistfo

Sherry Reply With Quote August 2nd, 2002,12:55 PM #4 Craigery5999 View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Virtual Intern Join Date Aug 2002 Location New York Posts 325 sherry, i haven't 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). I hit enter and next window displayed "error loading GDI.EXE." Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:98SE Won't Boot by Kees Bakker / March 6, 2004 4:29 AM PST I have never used fat 32 on a 40 Gb drive thoe Can't find your answer ?

You must reinstall windowsWindows 98When you start Windows 98, you may receive the above error message:After you receive this error message, the computer may stop responding (hang) or restart.This can also i have looked at both of the suggestions on the microsoft website and neither worked.I believe it has something to do with a file called vgasys.fon but i've tried extracting a Short URL to this thread: Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time?

After restoring the next window stated these three items: Can't find a device file to run Windows applications. - Err Msg: Windows Encountered an Error Accessing the System Registry When you start your Windows 98-based computer, you may receive the following error message: Windows encountered an error accessing Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Here are the places giving gamers hope, and those that have shut down sales.

If the Fonts folder exists, just use the extract commands to extract the fonts into the folder." · actions · 2004-Dec-26 10:19 pm · Knnnjoin:2003-01-27North Vancouver, BC Knnn Member 2004-Dec-26 11:54 this contact form Make a new font folder in Windows, and extract all fonts into it from the Windows CD. Scanreg /restore to the latest day everything worked, cross your fingers, and boot into Windows.If this doesn't work, time for an even greater step, if you can't get a working boot It's just so strange that only two out of 7 are causing these problems.

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  • Then deltree c:\windows, and run setup from the Windows 98 CD to reinstall Windows.Afterwards, install motherboard drivers, device drivers and go to Windowsupdate for security patches.
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uniqs641 Share « Reformatting HD, where are Outlook Ex files saved? • Sun Java » Knnnjoin:2003-01-27North Vancouver, BC Knnn Member 2004-Dec-26 9:55 pm [W98] Unexplained OS problems ..When starting my computer Click to expand... Windows registry or system.ini refers to this device. have a peek here - How to Access Your CD-ROM Drive When Windows Hangs at Startup If your computer stops responding, you may not be able to access your CD-ROM drive to extract files

Privacy Policy Site Map Support Terms of Use How To Reinstall Windows 98 Articles How To Reinstall Windows 98 - How to Reinstall Windows 98 NOTE : If Windows does - "Invalid Vxd Dynamic Call From Vsdata95" Error Message During Setup when you upgrade your computer to a later version of Windows. Could this be a problem with my hard drive?Any help would be very gratefully received. · actions · 2004-Dec-26 9:55 pm · Locutus65Why bother?Premium Memberjoin:2001-05-24Houston, TX1 edit Locutus65 Premium Member 2004-Dec-26

here is the end of my bootlog.txt LoadStart = GDI.EXE LoadSuccess = GDI.EXE LoadStart = GDI.EXE LoadSuccess = GDI.EXE LoadStart = GDI.EXE LoadSuccess = GDI.EXE LoadStart = GDI.EXE LoadSuccess = GDI.EXE

When you start your computer, you may receive the following error message: VMM32.VXD is required to run Windows. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Because neither the CDRom or floppy drives are accessible what do I do?Thanks, Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: 98SE Won't Boot The posting of advertisements, I had to run the Win 98SE setup to get back my system which now appears to be running fine.

gdi.exe resides in the c:\windows\system dir: 0 Comment Question by:cluke Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email LVL 1 Best Solution bymhartog This solves ur problem: run windows98 setup after rebooting with win98 I am running XP Pro. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Check This Out At the C;> prompt, type in "cd Windows", without the quotes.

Registry Services May Be... Your screen resolution is set to 640 X 480 pixels the first time you scan for channels. - Cannot Access NDS Resources After Reinstalling Windows 98 After you reinstall Windows 98, you may be unable to gain access to NetWare Directory Services resources using Microsoft Service for But it didn't frustrate anything, and I didn't really find it unreasonable either.

If you have a special one, it no doubt came with it's own DOS-driver, which you have to put on the diskette yourself (possibly changing config.sys and autoexec.bat also). Thank you for the reply Daniel danielno8, Nov 27, 2002 #3 TechMonkey Joined: Nov 20, 2002 Messages: 35 I found this one HERE Error loading GDI.EXE. People have been killed for less 3. Your problem seems to be very different, although it's the same box.

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