Win XP Hanging on Startup

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tj00

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When I try to boot in safe mode windows hangs on windows/system32/drivers/amdagp.sys. I did a search here first and found a possible solution. A poster stated that if you just delete the file it will fix the problem. I hate to admit it but how would you go about deleting the file. Is there a program that will boot and allow me to access to my NTFS C: drive. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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www.boodisk.com should have a file for you to boot to 'DOS'

But instead of deleting it, rename the file to amdagp.old
 

tj00

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The boot disk worked and I renamed the file, but it just hung up on another file. I renamed that one too, but it just hung up on something else. Anyone have any suggestions.
 
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