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0x0000000A (0x00000000,0x00000002,0x00000001,0x804DC11D

By kaptinkat ·
Hi
Running xp pro. Pc working ok until I installed Daemon Lite tools . When it was installed, I had to restart the pc and it instantly went to this message
"0x0000000A (0x00000000,0x00000002,0x00000001,0x804DC11D"
including the BSOD with it. Cannot access anything including the recovery console. It just runs down the time and then reaches zero and BSOD appears again.
I think it may be time for a re-format unless anyone has a good idea ??? (Please !!)
Thanks any help much appreciated

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by Wodash1 In reply to 0x0000000A (0x00000000,0x ...

It sounds like Daemon Lite is giving you the problem. I think it is the SPTD.SYS file. If you can boot into Safe Mode and not load up the SPTD.SYS file you should be able to fix it...

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0x0000000A (0x00000000,0x00000002,0x00000001,0x804D

by kaptinkat In reply to RE

I can only get into the Bios and setup screens.
Otherwise when I turn the pc on, it will load screen, quick flash of XP home screen , then go to Recovery Console screen inwhich I cannot choose anything on that menu. Therefore once the countdown for a choice expires( stuck with start windows normally), that's when I get the BSOD, then rinse and repeat.

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It goes into Recovery Console without a disc in the drive?

by Ron K. In reply to 0x0000000A (0x00000000,0x ...

That's a new one on me, though that shouldn't be too surprising. Normally, pressing down the F8 key while booting, with no disk in the drive, takes me to Safe Mode. Once there I can screw up near anything.<br>
I apologize for not being much help.

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It goes into Recovery Console without a disc in the drive?

by kaptinkat In reply to It goes into Recovery Con ...

Ron.K
I tried to get into safe mode and as you can see got nowhere fast.
Thanks for your input tho

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Can't Boot Into Safe Mode

by Wodash1 In reply to It goes into Recovery Con ...

Try to boot with your Windows cd into recovery console, log on to your Windows installation (requires Administrator password), and enter disable sptd (this will disable SPTD service). Reboot to check if your issue is solved.

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Failed Hardware

by The 'G-Man.' In reply to 0x0000000A (0x00000000,0x ...

But what??

Start by testing...
RAM
HDD
Output voltages of your power supply
Visually inspect the motherboard for faults
Make sure all fans are working and not clogged

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Failed Hardware

by kaptinkat In reply to Failed Hardware

G-Man
have done all sorts of tests with ram etc that you mentioned....still no go.
Everything ok except for the drive and piece of software that was installed

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The drive

by The 'G-Man.' In reply to Failed Hardware

so that must be it then, no?

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The cure for the problem !!!!!!

by kaptinkat In reply to The drive

Thanks for your input everyone. Have managed to solve the problem on both counts. I managed to get into safe mode using a m$ keyboard with ps2 mouse.
Problem 2 with blue screen of death. The following solution came from the Daemon site forum...

Pc wont boot or hangs on installation of v4
Ensure you've latest SPTD layer version installed (currently v1.62):
http://www.disc-tools.com/download/sptd

If your system has some problems with SPTD installation you can do as follows:

If your OS is already running then go to step 2 directly.
If you cannot boot your PC at all then start from step 1.

1. Boot in safe mode and press ESC key when you see on bottom line of display:
"Press ESC to cancel loading SPTD.sys". This will abort loading of SPTD layer.

2. Open registry editor (run regedit) and browse to the following registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\sptd
Change the value "Start" (DWORD) to 4 (i.e. disabled).
[To re-enable SPTD service change the "Start" value back to 0.]

3. Reboot again in normal mode and check if your issue is solved.

In case you had BSOD/crash you can check for minidump (in Windows\Minidump folder) related to that crash, send newest file to support@daemon-tools.cc with exact problem description.
Do NOT send minidump, if your problem is solved after removal of Starforce drivers! (Check this thread.)

Note that you have to change the Start value in registry back to 0 in order to get SPTD layer working again and Daemon Tools, too (see #2).

You can also download sptdinst.exe (in our download section) for your Windows version (i.e. sptdinst_x86 for 32bit Windows, spdtinst_x64 for 64bit Windows) and execute "sptdinst remove", reboot to complete de-installation.

If you are unable to boot into safe mode even if you pressed ESC when prompted, boot with your Windows cd into recovery console, log on to your Windows installation (requires Administrator password), and enter disable sptd (this will disable SPTD service). Reboot to check if your issue is solved.
Note that you have to (re-)enable sptd service after the problem causing the crash is solved in order to get Daemon Tools working.
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What I did once in safe mode choose to do a system restore and went back about 4 days to be doubly sure of no bad software.
Now using said pc to write this !

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SCSI

by The 'G-Man.' In reply to The cure for the problem ...

rare for a desktop machine to be running those kind of disks these days.

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