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    by geoeden ·

    i cant get my system to load the safe mode.i have xp home is my os.i cleck on safe, a lot of file it load but then it goes right back to the beginning. where it says safe and a couple of other choices. can you help. thanks, george eden
    if you need more information let me know. thanks again

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    • #3284735

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      by dumphrey ·

      In reply to safe mode

      Whats the last line you see before it reloads to beginning? and are you choosing safe mode or safe mode with networking?

    • #3284724

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      by geoeden ·

      In reply to safe mode

      no, iam not doing networking. safe mode is what iam using. the last line is as follow

      multi(0)disk(0)rddisk(0)partition(1)\window\system32\driver\ipvnmon.sys

      the (0)s have / thru them. thanks

    • #3284679

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      by drsmith ·

      In reply to safe mode

      My simple answer would be to put your Hard drive in a second computer, if one is available, and run a defrag and chkdsk on the drive.

    • #3284968

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      by pearland pc ·

      In reply to safe mode

      Sorry, but you can’t really get a good single answer on this as it’s more of a host of possible problems and solutions. Best bet is to take it to either a professional or a friend who knows what (s)he’s doing to diagnose what’s wrong.

    • #3228297

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      by kiltie ·

      In reply to safe mode

      What system is this?
      I searched my 98SE/XP dual boot for ipvnmon.sys and couldn’t find it

      Plus I notice the folder names in your comment look odd
      The normal (default) system names are plural, ie WINDOWS (not window) and DRIVERS (not driver)

      • #3228296

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        by kiltie ·

        In reply to Reply To: safe mode

        However, I did find this on Google:

        “The error you’re getting “IPVNMon.sys” is being caused by a conflict between Windows and “Visual IP InSight”

        The Visual IP InSight (IPVNMon.sys) file probably came from your internet service provider.

        You can find a patch to fix the problem here http://updates.visualnetworks.com.”

        I haven’t checked it out, as I don’t have InSight, but maybe this may help you?

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