PCI.sys missing or corrupted Server R2 2012
After the Windows updates, you now receive an error during startup which States PCI.sys missing or corrupted. I tried to replace the file with a new copy pci.sys, ran chkdsk c:/r, and nothing seems to work.
I have the impression that the registry is to blame, but don't know where to start
I bought a Toshiba laptop Satellite Pro 4340DVD model # PS434C-3N152, Serial # Y0018185J, off E - Bay.
The original operating system, Win 98SE has been upgraded to Win XP Pro. No disc don't came with the laptop.
The laptop crashed yesterday while I was online and will not initialize to top.
_Error message reads: _
+ The following file is missing or corrupt: System32\DRIVERS\pci.sys.+
Any suggestions on how to fix this problem would be highly appreciated. I would love to have a manual for this camera, but have not been able to find one.
missing or corrupt file error system32\DRIVERS\pci.sys keeps appearing. I had a problem with google chrome and then stop everything. This error appeared. It tells me to use the cr rom boot but xp was already loaded on the sony vaio that we bought a few years ago. I don't know what to do next because I don't want to lose the pictures and music, we have on the hard drive. Any help would be appreciated
If your data is not backed up, then at some point that the data will be lost.
Your Sony are delivered with a hidden restore partition or recovery disks, but I do not think that the Sony recovery allows to repair an installation of win, only pure install.
You must remove the drive and it slave on another PC in order to retrieve the data, or take it to a decent repair shop for them to do it for you
I get a message that my ntfs.sys file is missing or damaged. It tells me to insert the original installation cd, however, I don't have the original installation cd. What can I do to restore this file and my computer?
· How Windows XP has been installed on the computer?
Unfortunately, you would need a disk to fix the problem. See the following article on the problem you are experiencing.
Original title: update the problem cause
After updating major on XP, cannot restart. Emergency start screen goes to "missing or damaged system 32\DRIVERS\pci.sys. How can I move from this screen to allow the use of the Windows CD-ROM to allow the repair to activate? Help gratefully received.
PCI.sys error when Windows starts
Problems with damaged or Incompatible hardware with Windows XP
Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:
Setupdd.sys could not be loaded. Error code 4.
Setupdd.sys could not be loaded. Error code 7.
When you start Windows, you may receive an error similar to:
File is missing or corrupt: C:\Winnt\System32\Drivers\Pci.sys
To restore the file, perform an upgrade on the spot or expand the file from the Recovery Console:
1. start the Recovery Console.
2 select the installation that you want to access.
3 enter the administrator password.
4 entry card to determine the drive letter assigned to the CD-ROM.
5 type: Expand, CD-ROM drive>: \i386\pci.sy_ c:\Winnt\System32\drivers/y.
You should receive:
1 file (s) expanded.
6 type exit to complete the Recovery Console.
Install and use the Recovery Console in Windows XP
The above is my notes on Windows XP - no guarantee
I had a Satellite Pro A60 for about 3 years without problems.
Last week Toshiba touchscreen developed vertical lines of the bleeding and I got error message "Windows XP cannot start because of the missing or damaged driver isapnp.sys. I tried using the recovery disk, but it loads OK, but it fails to make a difference. Hard drive seems to work OK as slave to another computer.
No matter what wil suggestions appreciated!
Found this Microsoft Knowledge base article:
You receive a "Windows didn't start because the following file is missing or corrupt: Isapnp.sys" error message at startup
Can it help
original title: my computer does not start
my computer does not start. It has windows xp. stupidly, I cleaned the keyboard when the computer was done. After that, he went and couldn't boot more. response on monitor: "windows has not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: system32\DRIVERS\isapnp.sys.» You can repair this file by starting windows configured using the original set of CD-ROMs".
What should I do? I don't have the cd rom. My documents have no back up.
If you have the CD, use you it as a reference: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315311
How to get installed XP on your computer? What type/brand of computer do you have?
Windows no longer starts.at startup, it tells me:Windows Boot Managerfile: \windows\system32\drivers\sptd.sysstatus: 0 x 0000001Info: windows could not load because a system critics driveris missing or corrupt.PS: my pc is an Acer aspire 7738G and vista under works
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When starting my Equium A60 I get the answer "ntfs.sys missing or damaged please run.
When I run the toshiba recovery still disc, it does not cure it and I tried to boot from xp cd and it says no bootable cd in the device.
I remember that this issue has already been discussed in different threads here in the forum.
Why you n t use the advanced search option?
OK I did and found these two threads:
I would be grateful for feedback!
I bought a laptop in 2006 that had Windows XP installed in it. Yesterday, I installed SP3 for Windows XP update. I noticed that he hung up during installation. Finally, he gave me a blue screen and when I tried to restart, it tells me that 'system32\DRIVERS\pci.sys was damaged. He recommended repairing reinstalling Windows XP with the installation CD. However, no disk was provided with my purchase. The software was already installed in the computer. I have a certificate of authenticity, but not the disk to reinstall. Without this disk, what can I do to fix this? Or is it possible to get a disc from Microsoft or a source since I have the certificate of authenticity.
Error after you upgrade a computer that uses one processor other than a processor of Intel for Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Service Pack 3 for Windows XP: "STOP: 0x0000007E"
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I just replaced my hard drive with a new because the other HD said imminent failure or something like that! Basically the hard drive was about to fail and I so now the new one installed and I used my recovery disks and all seemed well until the recovery disks have been completed and the computer says to get out them. Then the computer restarted several times and then I get this message:Windows cannot start because missing or corrupt the system 32\drivers\pci.sysThen he said: "you can try to repair this file by starting windows setup using the original configuration of the CD-ROM.Select 'R' in the first screen to start repair.one of the many questions I have is that CD-ROMs are talking? It is the recovery disk, they want me to or what? also if you know a CV or another page which includes help on this specific topic would also help! Thank youalso, I can still use the old drive hard when it is installed on my laptop!HP pavilion dv5220us running windows xpI had advanced care system that had a top registry Fixer and I got ccleaner as well on the computerinternet security Norton 2011
Sometimes recovery CD are dependent on the architecture of a hard drive. If it is different from the original disc, then we have problems.
In this case, the best thing you could do is contact HP and see if this is the case. If it is not why this happens, they should be able to help you as well because they are the ultimate authority on their recovery process.
Let us know if you have any questions.
Ive got the laptop above and its working well since purchased in December. The other day I was installing a program it crashed and now when I try to start it it continues to come up with an error message saying "file missing or corrupt. system32\driver\ntfs.sys' and to solve this problem using the original windows xp disc.
Windows was already installed on the laptop and I have no such disc, ive run the disk recovery, but that has not solved the problem. Ive even tried to create a boot disk using nero burner, but you need a windows xp disc to do.
Y at - it round anywere without sending on fixed or go out and buy windows xp?
Try to do a low-level disk format before starting the recovery CD.
Help am stuck with it.
Necessary to perform a recovery on the laptop and used the recovery CD 2 they seem to work OK. No error during installation, but after that they finished and it restarts didn't get the following message.
Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:
You can attempt to repair this file... etc but I don't have any original installation CD all have is the recovery for the Toshiba.
I have a setup of Windows XP for the PC disk, but when I try to run which, but it starts just the configuration. Setup is loading files and after the kernel debugger get error
"File ntkrnlmp.exe could not be loaded.
The error code is 4, sometimes it's 7.
I tried to delete and recreate and formatting partitions, so I can see and I can copy a file to the C: drive
So any suggestions as to what wrong here
Thank you very much
I put t know if this Microsoft Knowledge base article would be useful for you, but you should check it out.
[You receive a "Windows didn't start because the following file is missing or corrupt: Isapnp.sys" error message at startup | http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315311]
Microsoft has a solution, and I would like to know if you can solve this problem by following the steps of the solution described in the article.
Feedback would be much appreciated
Hey, I got a letter on my laptop to install service pack 2 for windows vista and I did it with no complications until I reset my laptop and when it came back I received an error:
Windows could not start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. To solve the problem:
1. Insert your windows installation disc and restart your computer.
2. choose your language settings, and then click "next".
3. click on "repair your computer."
If you do not have the disk, contact your system administrator or computer manufacturer for assistance.
Info: Windows could not load a critical system driver is missing or corrupt.
I followed these instructions several times and made repairs to start ending telling me that "Windows cannot repair this problem automatically" and "If you recently set a device to this computer, like a camera or portable music player, remove it and then restart your computer." I have nothing connected to the computer.
I also tried to restore the system that is not no matter how far back that I try to restore to.
Take your laptop computer to a local computer repair shop, reputable and independent.
netBT.sys replacement files virusesRecently, I ran an anti-virus and learned that my netBT.sys file was corrupted. The anti-virus software installs this file but now my internet does not work. I guess I have to replace this file, but don't know how. I see that I need to use my windows XP CD but my CD drive is broken. How can I go about replacing this file?
Thanks in advance
Follow the suggestions below for a possible solution:
Method 1: Try the SFC (System File Checker) scan on the computer.
To run the System File Checker tool, follow these steps:
a. click Startand type cmd in the box start the search.
b. right click on cmd in the list programs, and then click run as administrator.
c. If you are prompted for an administrator password or a confirmation, type your password or click on continue
d. at the command prompts, the following line and press ENTER:
Description of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 System File Checker (Sfc.exe)
File system (CFS) Checker
Method 2: If you are still unable to connect to the internet, then follow the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base and check.
Programs Internet in Windows XP cannot connect to the Internet via a connection to wide band
I hope this helps.
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