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NT Rebooted itself

By IQorEQ ·
It would be great if anyone can help me with this. Thanks

Recently, after re-installing NT to correct error message (missing files), my NT has problem while start up Windows.
It just showed up logos then goto DOS screen with ....
**** Stop: 0X000001E......
KMode - Exception_Not_Handle

Beginiing Dump Physical Memory
Beginiing Dump Physical Memory to Disk: 85

Thanks in advance,
Kaaboom

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by TechStop In reply to NT Rebooted itself

Uh-oh...

I've been having this happen all week while trying to install NT workstation on various CTX laptops. It always happened when installing certain 3Com combo PCMCIA cards.

I seem to remember that once I managed to reboot using LKG (last known good). But usually I just reinstalled the system---but had to quit trying the cards I was trying. Since you said you saw the logos, I'm guessing you mean you got past the logon screen. This probably means you can't use LKG now (because youactually got logged on, so it the LKG should now be the one you are bombing out on---the system copied that config to LKG, even though it turns out to be NSG (not so good)).

Maybe this means you've developed a bad piece of hardware, like a network card, and you could try a new network card---I suspect it's still going to require reinstalling, though.

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by IQorEQ In reply to NT Rebooted itself

I gotta re-install the whole thing.

thx

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by curlergirl In reply to NT Rebooted itself

A STOP 0X1E exception almost always is caused by driver conflicts. Since it appears that you can't get the system to boot up at all, you won't be able identify what driver is causing the problem. Since you've already had problems with this system that you've tried to solve by reinstalling NT, it couldn't hurt to start again from scratch. I'd recommend a complete reinstall of NT - including wiping and recreating any partitions. Once you've got all your hardware drivers installed, including NIC drivers, and NT will boot up normally, run SP5 or SP6a and then reboot again. This should resolve any problems. Also remember that if, after that, you have other drivers or programs to install from the original NT CD, you must always rerun your service pack after installing those drivers or programs. Hope this helps!

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by IQorEQ In reply to NT Rebooted itself

I got it re-installed. thanks for help.

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by clpadmin In reply to NT Rebooted itself

The KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLE error indicates an incorrectly configured device driver. The Blue Screen will also show what device drivers were loading or about to load when the error occurred. You can try to find which driver is causing the problem by looking at the right column. Try removing hardware not necesssary for a successful bootup.

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by IQorEQ In reply to NT Rebooted itself

Thanks for help. I got it re-installed.

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by mark_lt In reply to NT Rebooted itself

You have missed out the main parts of the bug check, but I think the problem is your Vid driver, try starting in VGA mode and installing a newer driver, also Try
Q149817 and Q161703 at MS support

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by IQorEQ In reply to NT Rebooted itself

Yeah! Video was also part of the problem.
I had to re-install the whole thing.
Thanks for help Mark.

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by mark_lt In reply to NT Rebooted itself

hmm, was the actual dump

STOP: 0x0000001E (0xC0000005, 0xFF1BBD79, 0x00000000, 0x0000003
KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED Address ff1bbd79 has base at ff1ae000 - tcpip.sys


if so, boot to last known config, remove RAS, reinstall service pack,reinstall RAS, reinstall service pack

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by IQorEQ In reply to NT Rebooted itself

Well !! Long way to go... Re-installing everything. Thx,

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