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Boot-start or system-start drivers failed to load:

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by DarkReflections, Oct 19, 2007.

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  1. DarkReflections

    DarkReflections Thread Starter

    Oct 19, 2007
    (Please note I did do a quick search and looked for anything on the first page that seemed similar if not exactly the same as this. If I'm re-posting something that's been solved in the
    past I apologize.||| Reason for putting this on a forum is so that others may find the answer through google.)
    Date 10/19/2007 Source: Service Control Manager
    Time 1:28:25pm Category: None
    Type: Error Event ID: 7026
    User: N/A
    Laptop Hp pavilion dv 9035nr 2gig Ram dual core 1.66ghz processor.
    2 internal drives sata C:\ 61.8GB X:\ 74.5GB

    The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load:

    Product: Windows Operating System
    ID: 7026
    Source: Service Control Manager
    Version: 5.0
    Component: System Event Log
    Message: The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load: %1

    | I'd like to know if this would specifically cause a boot-up to run into a Bad_Pool_Header as it loads the operating system. What I find odd is if I shut it off hard, and cut it back on it'll load just fine the second time.
    Should I just email HP and ask for the specific drivers information and downloads? The reason I suppose the information would help is I've used the recovery disc in the past and reinstalled drivers. I was pretty certain I got them all, but I was wondering if just maybe I didn't put them in the right spot hence the second boot working.
    Any information or help regarding this would be greatly appreciated.

    Hp support told me that those drivers are OS related, I wasn't aware of that until they told me. In short they said try running a repair using your windows recovery disc ( I don't have the operating system disc ) and it should be fixed. I'll be trying that tonight and if it works I'll mark this as solved.

    The link they provided with step by step instructions on how to repair the OS is as follows http://www.windowsreinstall.com/winxppro/installxpcdrepair/indexfullpage.htm

    Well I've run into a problem, the tech support for hp told me my recovery disc would have a repair option. It doesn't... so I want to know.. can I use an old Windows XP home edition installation disc to repair my Windows media center operating system?
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