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falcoss
04.03.2005, 05:12
Operating System: XP SP2
Burning Software: Nero
Anti-virus Software: AVG
DAEMON Tools Version: latest

ok well i know that other people have proberly had this problem before so all im asking for is a direction to the link as i havnt found it in the search feature.

Today when i got home, i turned my computer on as normal and it just hung at the loading windows screen. so then i tried loading safe mode and it hulted for about 5 seconds saying "press escape to canle load of d346bus.sys" i did a google searh and found that this file is associated with daemon tools. i have been looking on google etc and i am getting conflicting ways to solve it, such as using windows to fix it etc, but since i cant get to this i beleive my only options are to repair or to re-fomat which isnt an option as i have stuf that i need for school etc... so basicly is a repair my only option? just to complecate it further i need to install sata drivers at the windows text section to get this install to reconize my hdd

Underheaven
04.03.2005, 05:25
This doesn't sound like a daemon-tools problem. Can you log your startup then paste or attach a link to bootlog.txt on your own webspace?

falcoss
04.03.2005, 05:27
i cant get into windows at all, hapens everytime

Underheaven
04.03.2005, 05:33
oops, I removed my last message. It asked: "how often does it occur when you start up windows?"

(this is for anyone trying to follow our conversation)

falcoss
04.03.2005, 05:33
well i dont know how to log it from boot up thats all. i could try repairing but im not sure that would safely do it without destroying my work. i read about it on a site where it had similar problem except they could get into windows through safe mode

Underheaven
04.03.2005, 05:37
read this microsoft.com article (http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/Windows/XP/all/reskit/en-us/Default.asp?url=/resources/documentation/Windows/XP/all/reskit/en-us/prmb_tol_rpsc.asp) for info on how to create the log file.

It will be called Ntbtlog.txt or bootlog.txt and created in your windows folder

falcoss
04.03.2005, 05:39
um i may be an idioy but if i cant get to windows and its NTFS then i didnt think i could acess the file

Copytrooper
04.03.2005, 08:28
Enable boot logging, reboot at hang, then boot from Windows CD and start recovery console, log in (you need to enter Administrator password), then check that file/write it to 3.5" fdd so you can e.g. post it here, or link to it ot something.

falcoss
04.03.2005, 22:03
well im not sure if this is going to be helpful or not, but i am on a network, so is ther any way of just recovering what i need and formatting