The old “won’t boot” problemLocked
Ladies and Gentlemen, this is my first post and it should be a doozie. I was tryimg to upgrade an old 500mH Pentium 2 computer to Win2000Pro. I went with an upgrade even thogh I had the full version to save from copying every file to zip disk and reinstalling them. Everything seemed to be going fine until the system rebooted for the last time. It just kept rebooting in an endless loop where it tries to install devices etc. To make a long story shorter now all I get is a stop screen with the errors:c0000s6c unable to load device driver and 0xc0000221 system root\system32\drivers\ks.sys. I’ve gone through all the online fixes I can find and the MS Knowledge base, but all I get are the blue death screens. I can’t even get to a comand prompt to look at the disk contents. Boot to Safe Mode and boot with Comand Prompt leads me back to the BSOD. Booting with a floppy won’t show the C: drive therefore FDISK won’t work. Is there a magic “bullet” I can try before I resort to the real bullet? To pull this off sure would make my benefactor happy.