Please help me!!

seanmcne

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I went to reboot my machine after installing PC anywhere and a reupdate of IE 6.0. I am currently running windows 2000 Advanced server with 256 mb's of PC133 RAM. Here is the error I get when I boot my machine regularly (Safe mode will NOT boot period and I have already re-installed windows about 12 times) An Application Error pops up Titled: "SAS window:winlogon.exe - Application Error" In the box it reads: "The instruction at "0x0007e138" referenced memory at "0x00000001" the memory could not be "written"
Now the first number changes everytime. The second is of course the same. I have replaced winlogon.exe several times and messed in recovery console many times. The other thing is that the Windows 2000 logon box (the first of 2) the one that is just a slider bar that usually says something like "loading security policy" etc. The text in the box resembles this "|||ce|||A||||||||||||TT||||T||||||||"
the "A" has a bar over it and the "T"'s tops are all tilde marks like a palm tree would look like.
I have never been so puzzled in my life!! Formating is not an option because I have some sensitive data and many school documents on the drive. If I could log on to the system I would be fine! HELP ME PLEASE!!

Thank you to anyone who even reads this and considers a response!



-=-Sean-=-
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is the drive on the advanced server you are having trouble with currently shared with any other pcs? Obviouslt, the easiest way would be to access the disk from another pc on the network and recover your data.....

how about an emergeny recovery disk? did you make one? that would at least get you up and running again....



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Ok guys thank you for the input, it's fixed. I had someproblems with IRQ's and what Win2k thought I had. Hardware mismatches etc. And when I fixed that I still had that weird lettering problem and error. Turns out that the problem was PCAnywhere, surprise suprise. I do not know why I had faith in anything having to do with Norton. I do not recomend even attempting an install of it on Win2k unless they have a patch for 9.0.



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