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win2000 server - machine reboots/blue screen

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by ddzc, Apr 12, 2007.

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  1. ddzc

    ddzc Thread Starter

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    We're having an issue with one of the servers here.

    Someone removed some windows patches to free up disk space and rebooted the machine but it looks as though the os is now toast.

    The machine boots up, it connects to the network for 3 seconds, the blue screen of death flashes and the os reboots on its own. It does this over and over again until you shut the machine off completely. We tried the last known good config but it doesen't work. We cant read the blue screen bc it flashes way too fast.

    Any ideas on the best and quickest method to get this machine back up?

    I can't get in to safe mode.

    Thanks
     
  2. ozrom1e

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    Welcome to TSG....

    I have a feeling that this computer is on a company run network. If it is please contact the IT department of your company and have them fix this and the person who removed the files. If we help with this and it makes the situation worse it might just make your situation worse and I for one would not like that. Please contact the IT department?
     
  3. ddzc

    ddzc Thread Starter

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    This machine is not running on a corporate network, it's in my home.

    Can someone else help?
     
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