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By mpet ·
what exactly means a stop error :

c0000218 registry file failure
the registry cannot load the hive (file) :
\systemroot\system32\config\security
or its log or alternate
It is corrupt, absent, or not writable

hint : for windows NT it used to be something regarding a SCSI problem but it is not for Windows 2000

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by phigginson In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

Hi,

I find only a article about Windows NT3.5

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q128/2/54.ASP

Good Luck
Pascal H.

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by mpet In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

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by KenOwsley In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

This sounds pretty simple. It appears that your registry is corrupt, or at least a part of it. My suggestion is to do a complete reinstallation of windows NT.

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by mpet In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

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by KenOwsley In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

This sounds pretty simple. It appears that your registry is corrupt, or at least a part of it. My suggestion is to do a complete reinstallation of windows NT.

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by mpet In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

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by dmiles In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

A stop error is a part of Windows NT Kernal.kernal mode processor mode that has access to system memory and hardware.You have a corrupt file that the kernal could not load during startup,try last known good configuration or use you erd to reinstall the files.The number is basiccally an ID number to let the administrator or technician where to look for problem

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by mpet In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

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by vivek.gokhale In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

Hi there !!!!

some guss work here....

Try something similar to RDISK under Windows 2000, I am sure it should help you to solve the problem.

Regards

Vivek

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