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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 wired_777 In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

Missing LCID - The LCID attribute is missing. You can use the @LCID directive to set the locale identifier (LCID) for a script. The LCID is a DWORD containing the language identifier in the lower word and a reserved value in the upper word. The identifier supplied in an LCID is a standard international numeric abbreviation. This LCID has the components necessary to uniquely identify one of the installed system-defined locales.
There are two predefined LCID values. LOCALE_SYSTEM_DEFAULT is thesystem default locale, and LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT is the current user's locale.

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by mpet In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

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by gktod In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

Well the first question to ask is have you checked the HCL for 2000? This is still related to a scsi prob. Generally related to a DTC3290 SCSI controller . There is a fix available though(http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q104/2/03.ASP)Next, have you been modifying any file attributes. It may be that the file has been marked as read only for some reason. Secondly, have you run scandisk on the machine? I have found this to be a problem as it seems to enjoy taking numerous files out of the /config dir and changing them to *.chk files. (Had this happen 3/4 times, but no answer from Microsoft yet.) To solve it use your ERD, or start the pc with the CD, and select repair option and then recovery console. From here, you should be able to check or restore the file.

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by libran_76 In reply to NT5 or Windows 2000

i had some what like this error about the security in Nt and there was a problem detected in my hard drive and had to change it just check u harddrive for errors hope this will help

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