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  1. #1

    Default PLEASE HELP

    I have been using an older version of d-tools for a year now. I decided to upgrade to the newer version. I tryed installing on top of the old one and I got BSOD, rebooted and uninstalled the old version., rebooted.
    Tryed to install new version and another BSOD...............
    Now I can not even boot in safe mode!!!!!
    I get a can not load cdrom.sys error, even safe mode can not boot.
    I am in need of help, please.

    This box has two bootable drives, both running W2K. That is how I am able to write this, thank god for back up stuff.

    I can see the other drive(main system) should I rename the cdrom.sys or copy the one I have on this working drive over?
    please help, this is my main system and the one I am on now is only the OS and nothing else.

    thank you for your tiime and have a good day

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    Sorry, w2k with sp3
    AMD on an epox 8K3A+, the main drive is on a standard motherboard IDE channel.
    256meg of ram, Geforce 3 Ti 200 video card.

    nothing in the hardware or software has changed at all from a working 3.2 version to the now BSOD on boot with the attemped 3.29 version.

    any help will really be appreciated.
    thank you for your time and have a good day

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    sorry it is in winnt\system32\drivers\cdrom.sys
    but I copied over the version from the backup and now redbook.sys is bad
    I am going to try and copy that over now. I am still only in safe mode and getting BSOD on boot.

    any help is appreciated.

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    I am back up and running without d-tools

    it was just those two files.

    is there a problem with 3.29 and win2K????

    thank you for your time and have a good day

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    Do you have memory minidump file so I could look at it?

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