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I'm using Windows XP Professional, and after installing
Service Pack 2, I get the following error message when I
boot in a blue screen. Before this message pops up, my
hard drive spins down.

Stop: c0000135 {unable to locate component}
This application has failed to start because winsrv was not
found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem.

Has anyone else gotten this problem? Does anyone know why
this has come about and how to fix it?




I installed service pack 2 about a month ago and it messed up my video
drivers, so i did a system restore prior to installing service pack 2,
reloaded my video drivers and all was fine, now a month later i reinstalled
service pack 2 and im getting all these errors.
1)The SYMTDI service depends on the TCP/IP Protocol Driver service which
failed to start because of the following error:
A device attached to the system is not functioning.
2)The DHCP Client service depends on the NetBios over Tcpip service which
failed to start because of the following error:
A device attached to the system is not functioning.
3)The DNS Client service depends on the TCP/IP Protocol Driver service which
failed to start because of the following error:
A device attached to the system is not functioning.
4)The TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper service depends on the AFD Networking Support
Environment service which failed to start because of the following error:
A device attached to the system is not functioning.
5)The IPSEC Services service depends on the IPSEC driver service which
failed to start because of the following error:
A device attached to the system is not functioning.
6)The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load:
AFD
ATITool
Fips
IPSec
MRxSmb
NetBIOS
NetBT
Processor
prodrv06
RasAcd
Rdbss
SAVRTPEL
Tcpip

Can somebody please tell me how i can unistall service pack 2 so that i go
back to my orginal settings, or correct these errors so that service pack 2
will not conflict. Thanks




I'm using Windows XP Professional, and after installing
Service Pack 2, I get the following error message when I
boot in a blue screen. Before this message pops up, my
hard drive spins down.

Stop: c0000135 {unable to locate component}
This application has failed to start because winsrv was not
found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem.

Has anyone else gotten this problem? Does anyone know why
this has come about and how to fix it?




I attempted to change the security through regedit and it won't allow me due
to insufficient permissions. I even tried via safe mode.

John wrote:

I am trying to apply service pack 2 to an XP Home edition OS. I am getting
the following error for multiple registry keys so I have to abort the install.

Service Pack 2 could not backup registry key Access denied.

Any ideas?
Hi

You can trace which registry key is causing the trouble using the
setupapi.log in the windows folder (this log file is updated during
a service pack installation).

Here is a previous post about this:

From:
Subject: XP SP2 "Access Denied" & the Fix
Date: Sat, 14 Aug 2004 08:22:57 -0700
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general

quote
As with SP2 RC2, I am having the same problem with the GA
release of SP2. "Access Denied" during installation.
This is error can be worked around by reading the
setupapi.log under the windows directory. I am
posting this to see if others are having the problem. For
some reason several registry keys related to windows media
player and a few others do not have any permissions set
for admin and system.

Specifically the following need to have permissions set to
full control for admin & system:

HKCR/vnd.ms.radio
IP6FwAPI.NetFirewallV6Manager
HKCR/WMPlater.OCX/EditFlags
HKCR/Software/Classes/UICTL* may vary
HKCR/Software/Classes/ADDC* may vary

you may have others so check the log for "Unable to delete
registry , Access Denied"

You may need to go thru the install a few times, as you
may fix one set, the next time you run it you may
encounter a new set. The best thing to do is check the
first 3 listed above and the set full control on
permission to HKCR/Software/Classes and its child objects
for Admin and System only.
/quote

The above might be a very laborious if there are several registry
keys that have a permission issue. In that case, it would be
better to reset the security settings back to the defaults for
all registry keys.

More here on how to do that:

How To Reset Security Settings Back to the Defaults
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=313222

If you only want to reset the registry permissions,
add this to the secedit command line:

/areas REGKEYS

--
torgeir, Microsoft MVP Scripting and WMI, Porsgrunn Norway
Administration scripting examples and an ONLINE version of
the 1328 page Scripting Guide:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scr...r/default.mspx

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I attempted to change the permissions through the registry using regedit and
it won't allow me due to insufficient permissions. I even tried via safe
mode. How do you change the permissions. Thanks!

"Torgeir Bakken (MVP)" wrote:

John wrote:

I am trying to apply service pack 2 to an XP Home edition OS. I am getting
the following error for multiple registry keys so I have to abort the install.

Service Pack 2 could not backup registry key Access denied.

Any ideas?
Hi

You can trace which registry key is causing the trouble using the
setupapi.log in the windows folder (this log file is updated during
a service pack installation).

Here is a previous post about this:

From:
Subject: XP SP2 "Access Denied" & the Fix
Date: Sat, 14 Aug 2004 08:22:57 -0700
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general

quote
As with SP2 RC2, I am having the same problem with the GA
release of SP2. "Access Denied" during installation.
This is error can be worked around by reading the
setupapi.log under the windows directory. I am
posting this to see if others are having the problem. For
some reason several registry keys related to windows media
player and a few others do not have any permissions set
for admin and system.

Specifically the following need to have permissions set to
full control for admin & system:

HKCR/vnd.ms.radio
IP6FwAPI.NetFirewallV6Manager
HKCR/WMPlater.OCX/EditFlags
HKCR/Software/Classes/UICTL* may vary
HKCR/Software/Classes/ADDC* may vary

you may have others so check the log for "Unable to delete
registry , Access Denied"

You may need to go thru the install a few times, as you
may fix one set, the next time you run it you may
encounter a new set. The best thing to do is check the
first 3 listed above and the set full control on
permission to HKCR/Software/Classes and its child objects
for Admin and System only.
/quote

The above might be a very laborious if there are several registry
keys that have a permission issue. In that case, it would be
better to reset the security settings back to the defaults for
all registry keys.

More here on how to do that:

How To Reset Security Settings Back to the Defaults
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=313222

If you only want to reset the registry permissions,
add this to the secedit command line:

/areas REGKEYS

--
torgeir, Microsoft MVP Scripting and WMI, Porsgrunn Norway
Administration scripting examples and an ONLINE version of
the 1328 page Scripting Guide:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scr...r/default.mspx

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Hi EveryoneI : I downloaded Service Pack two about two days ago. I thought everything went well. After I rebooted and proceeded to go onto my computer; the computer would reboot itself every 5 minutes. I checked for viruses, trojans, adware and spyware and there were none. I called my computer support people and they said SP 2 corrupted my system. I had to restore the system back one day to get IE 6 with Service Pack 1 back. Another friend told me that not only did I have to disable the virus protection (which I had done), but that I had to remove all spyware prevention programs that I had on the computer.

I have Hijack this, Spyware Nuker, Webroot Spy Sweeper and Zone Alarm. I have to use all of these because one program will not catch all the spyware that I had on my computer. Can anyone help me with the installation of Service Pack 2 so my computer will stop rebooting itself?

Thanks.




I'm a little lazy about installing patches and updates and that seems to be a good thing if I read Woody correctly. In the past week or so I have been trying to catch up and now I'm being told by Windows Update I need to install Service Pack 2 on my Vista desk top system. I do not intend to get Windows 7, so it seems I will have to spend the hours on dial-up and download, install this service pack. After all is completed, what benefits will I get? And what specific dangers should I be aware of? Thanks. Michael Hughs




I downloaded Office XP Service Pack 2 and have tried to install it and it won't take. First it asked me to put in the Office CD w/ Outlook on it which I did. Then it started "Gathering information about Word" and said "The expected version of the product was not found on your system." I have a genuine, non-pirated copy of Office XP Developer, which has been registered w/ Microsoft over the phone. Any ideas/suggestions?

Chris




the following message was forwarded to me a couple weeks back:

Dear ,

Microsoft just announced that they are releasing Windows XP Service Pack 2
(XPSP2) tomorrow, August 4th. Though Microsoft is marketing XPSP2 as
providing an enhanced security infrastructure that defends against viruses,
worms, and hackers, it is a significant change to the XP Operating System.
During IT’s limited evaluation of XPSP2, it has shown problematic and crashed
several test systems.

Who does this affect?
XYZ-managed systems are not configured to automatically update. However, if
you visit http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/, you could inadvertently update
your system with XPSP2. Non-XYZ-managed systems (i.e., home systems) may
prompt you that there is an update available on the Microsoft site or may
install automatically depending on how your system is configured.

To verify if your system is configured for automatic updates or to turn off
automatic updates:
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;EN-US;306525

IT Recommendations:
IT recommends that you do NOT download/ install XPSP2 until controlled
testing has been completed for the following reasons:

· Microsoft does not have a way to “uninstall” the Service Pack
· Systems that crash due to the patch will most likely need to be
reformatted and rebuilt. If data is not backed up, it will be lost.
· No controlled testing has been done against XYZ productivity
applications

For more information about SP2 visit the Microsoft site below:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pro.../sp2chngs.mspx

Note: IT does recommend that you continue to apply other Microsoft Critical
Updates as appropriate.

any comments on this? were these issues addressed and corrected?




I have a system (details below) which has been working well with Windows XP
SP 1 with all critical updates applied. After installing SP2 I receive the
following BSOD error STOP 0x0000007E
(0xC0000005,0xF7720750,0xF7902F430,0xF792F12C) . This error occurs after the
"Black" windows splash screen whilst the Blue progress bar is active.

Has anyone else experienced this problem?
Does anyone know any techniques which could show the item in the boot
sequence which fails to work? – It appears to be before the bootlog file
kicks in! – See below

FURTHER DETAILS

The system I have is as follows
AMD Athlon 3400+
ASUS K8V SE Deluxe Motherboard
SATA Raid drives (500Gb) on WinXP Promise FastTrak 378 (tm) Controller
IDE Drive 160Gb
ATI All In Wonder 9800 Graphics Card
Adaptec SCSI Card AIC 7850
Soundblaster Audigy

I have tried the following returning to a stard build (using Norton Ghost)
between attempts;

1) I originally downloaded the Network version of SP2 – I then tried
applying the update using Automatic Update. This failed with the same error.
2) Boot into Safe mode works
3) Disabling all options in the Startup list using msconfig still did not
allow a boot up.
4) Disabling services that were not started up in Safe mode and then trying
a Normal boot did not work. I do not understand what else Safe mode is not
starting up but if I did I'm sure it would give me a clue.
5) Updated drivers for Graphic Card, Motherboard, Soundblaster and SATA
drives. This did not make a difference and I did not see any comments
regarding resolving SP2 issues.
6) Tried doing a startup with logging – The error seems to occur before the
logging starts so this hasn't yet helped to pinpoint the problem.
7) Tried installing onto IDE drive as the Active primary partition on the
first drive – This gave the same result.
8) Tried removing SP2 from Safe Mode – PC would then work again as normal
but obviously I cannot then benefit from the security updates.
9) Tried updating SP2 both with and without Norton Internet Security
Professional installed.
10) The error message does not list a particular driver in association with
the STOP message on the BSOD
11) Disabled various devices within Device manager (Sound card, Game Port
etc) without any success although I may have missed the important one.
12) Tried turning off DEP Protection using /NoExecute=AlwaysOff as opposed
to /NoExecute=OptIn
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pro.../sp2mempr.mspx)

13) Searched the following;

0x0000007E, 0xC0000005, 0xFC5CCAF3, 0xFC90F8C0, 0xFC90F5C0 Error Message at
Startup {KB 321637} Win XP
- Followed this with a disable rather than an uninstall – Will try uninstall
next

0x0000007e Error When Registering OLEMSG32.DLL or CDO.DLL Files {KB 238265}
Win NT, Win 2000
- Does not match the symptoms

0x7E Error Occurs in Kbdclass.sys When You Try to Shut Down Win XP {KB
313050} Win XP Professional
- Does not match the symptoms

“STOP 0x0000007E” Error Message After You Upgrade to Windows XP {KB 330182}
Win XP
- There is loads of hard disk place.
- I have not been brave enough to update the motherboard BIOS yet but have
not seen any comments about SP2 issues on the ASUS web site just a reference
to Supporting more processors.
- I have tried disabling devices but I haven't hit the right one yet (If
there is right one?)




I have Windows XP on a lap top and a PC. Now Windows Update is telling me to install Service Pack 3. I'm wondering if I really need it. What's the scoop on SP3? Wants it all about? In a word - why?

And if I do get it, would it be best to order the cd rather than download via the internet? That's what I did when SP 2 was offered since I thought there would be less chance of glitches during the download process..




Hi, everyone.

I just finished reading WWW 6.23, and I agree.. it's definitely time for Windows XP Service Pack 2 to arrive. With the recent wave of worms (Blaster, et.al.) it becomes very difficult to get a new machine set up and fully patched through Windows Update before becoming infected with any or all of the recent worms. This is especially true for systems which have to be updated from dial-up connections. After a clean install of Windows XP SP1, it can take several hours to completely download and install the full spectrum of patches - with about three or four reboots in the process. Ample time for the worms to infect the machine.

At work, we're discovering that any machine hooked up to the network that hasn't been patched is usually infected immediately. We've had to institute a policy of patching the machines before putting them on the network. It's a little easier with Windows 2000 than with Windows XP, since there are fewer patches to download and install.

Flynn




While trying to install Service Pack 3 I get a message "the expected version of the product was not found on your system". I have installed SR-1 from the SR-1 Patch CD about 2 years ago. My Office applications say SR-1. I searched this CD and my C drive for Data1.msi to determine whether I have SR-1 or SR-1a as suggested in the MS KB article. I am unable to find any file named Data1.msi . Is there some other way to determine if I have SR-1a?




Is the Microsoft XLMLCore Services 4.0 Service Pack 2 ( KB936181 )safe to install and what is the purpose of it, if I may ask? Is anyone having problems with installations of this patch, it may be other Service packs Woody was talking about but I am not sure, any help is appreciated. Thanks
Bad Max




I found a thread that started with the URL:

http://www.wopr.com/cgi-bin/w3t/showthread...vc=1#Post747148

In the second entry, message 747,150, Doc Watson replied, in part:

“I do not have SP3 on my system and feel much as you appear to... don't want it now or ever.”

In a later entry, message 747,360, Stuart R asked:

“Just out of interest. What is the reason that you do not want SP3 on your computer?”

The OP replied, providing a reason having to do with IE7. That was dismissed as not relevant since IE7 is not part of SP3.

Doc Watson, why don’t you want SP3, now or ever?

I am confused about my own machine, which I purchased last March. The builder, GamePC, installed an OEM version of XP Pro. When I run a Belarc profile, I am told that the OS is Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (build 2600). However, when I scroll down to the “Installed Microsoft Hotfixes” section of the report, I find 97 entries for SP3 that predate the delivery of the machine and 6 that carry later dates. There are even 26 entries for SP4, the most recent dated 1/19/09, called KB958687.

In fact, Belarc reports under Missing Microsoft Security Hotfixes; All required security hotfixes (using the 01/13/2009 Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary) have been installed.

This suggests that I not only have SP3, but also some SP4. Is there confusing terminology from MS that is misleading me?

I have the SP3 and SP4 hotfixes entered in an Excel spreadsheet that I can supply, if it is relevant. I don’t want to burden the WOPR servers.

Today, Secunia is telling me that I still have something missing. When I click on “download solution” it insists on opening IE 7 and going to the MS updates website. Is there a way in the Secunia report to determine what I thinks I need?

Thanks,




Concerning the article I read today in "Woody's WINDOWS Watch". There was mention of an uninstallation folder.

Quote: "The service pack, as it currently stands, weighs in at about 275 megabytes and you'll need around 800M of free disk space to install it -- appreciably more if you want to create an uninstallation folder, which is a must." Unquote.

I'm not familiar with this procedure. When I uninstall something it just gets deleted, or that part of the disc is tagged to be written over, right?
How do you have something uninstalled to a folder? The way the article is written, it is a must do, but I don't know how to.




Hello and thanks in advance.
Recently downloaded and tried to install service pack 2. Things seemed to proceed ok until restart. Progress bar goes about 2/3 of the way then get a stop error.
0x0000007b.......inaccessible_boot_device
hard drive (Western Digital) checks out fine by their own diagnostics. Everything was working fine until I tried to apply the service pack.....
can't even boot to safe mode... any suggestions?




Here's the $25,000 question.

I have two servers. Both NT 4.0. The only difference (aside from minor hardware changes) is the service pack level: Server (A) Has Service Pack 5, and Server ([img]/forums/images/smilies/cool.gif[/img] has Service Pack 3.

Server (A) has version 2.5 of MDAC. Server ([img]/forums/images/smilies/cool.gif[/img] needs to be upgraded.

Server ([img]/forums/images/smilies/cool.gif[/img] complains about SHLWAPI.DLL - it seems to think that it is not present. SHLWAPI stops the MDAC 2.5 upgrade because it is required.

Does Service Pack 5 have Internet Explorer built into it? I know that upgrading to IE 4 or later will solve this problem, but I'd rather service pack the machine instead of installing a web browser that will never be used.

Any input on accomplishing this upgrade would be greatly appreciated...I used to know all about NT service packs but forgot them in my haste to get onto 2000.

Thanks!




My problem is that I now have a PC which is totally unusable because after doing a system recovery it stalls when trying to instal Windows and it ‘can’t instal Vista in Safe Mode..’. Consequently, I can’t use the PC at all, particularly to uninstall the suspected faulty driver [nvlddmkm].

I would be very grateful for any help, for example, how I could uninstall the display driver which is probably causing the crash and get windows installed and working sufficiently for me to upload a new driver, to get passed this problem (via DOS..?) ?

I apologise for the length of this posting but I hope I’m giving helpful information about the problem/s and what I’ve done already – but sorry if it’s irrelevant/too much info!!

PC DETAILS
HP Pavilion a6250.uk Desktop PC
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 32 Service Pack 2
NVIDIA GeForce 8400GS video card
HP w2007v monitor

PRIOR TO PROBLEM
All Windows, HP and security updates updated automatically, firewall set up and secure etc. All updates for hardware, such as video card, updated automatically (via HP alerts). No new hardware added to the computer since new, no new software added to the PC for ~12 months. No hardware attached to the PC except for printer and router when problems occurred.

PROBLEM
I periodically received [the dreaded!] error message:

Problem Event: BlueScreen
Problem description: PC DETAILS:
OS Version: 6.0.6002.2.2.0.768.2
Locale ID: 2057
BC Code: 116
BCP1: 877EC008
BCP2: 8E6C5150
BCP3: 00000000
BCP4: 00000002
OS Version: 6_0_6002
S.Pack: 2_0
Product: 768_1

Doing a system restore and/or using safe mode enabled PC to be continued to be used and shutdown properly, initially whilst I researched the problem - and discovered how common the fault was; I tried to find an update for the video card and whilst continuing to try to rectify the problem, including doing the in-built computer check (everything passed), I got the message:

“Display driver nvlddmkm failed and recovered…”, before failing again and not recovering.

WHAT I’VE DONE
1. Disconnected the router and printer so only keyboard, mouse and monitor connected. Did System Recovery using program on hard drive to get back to factory settings. Although it said it was successful it was exactly as before and it went straight to BlueScreen.

2. Re-did System Recovery using the discs I created when PC was new. Worked sufficiently to get to the stage of being offered the start of installing Vista, but display flaky and flickering. Each time it started ‘checking the computer’s performance…’ it got a little way then crashed. Tried to start in safe mode. Told ‘Vista can’t instal in safe mode…’ and so couldn’t continue. Tried system restore a few times to get back prior to Vista instal. Same as before; had to switch off without shutdown.

3. (Using anti-static wristband etc.) removed and re-seated: hard drive, RAM, graphics card and CMOS battery. Got BlueScreen on start up.

4. Using recovery discs, performed manufacturer menu:
- Cleared partition table
- Erased master boot record
- Wiped all sectors
Finished recovery. BlueScreen on start up. Offered Startup Repair.

5. Completed a startup repair and told:
Problem Event: StartupRepair
Problem Signature 01: Autofailover
Problem Signature 02: 6.0.6000.16386.6.0
Problem Signature 03: 2
Problem Signature 04: 131074
Problem Signature 05: FailureDuringSetup
Problem Signature 06: FailureDuringSetup
Problem Signature 07: 0
Problem Signature 08: 0
Problem Signature 09: unknown
Problem Signature 10: 1168
OS Version: 6.0.60000.2.0.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033

Session Details
System Disk = DeviceHarddisk 0
Windows Directory = c:Windows
AutoChk Run = 0
Number of root causes = 1

[All tests performed successfully]

Root cause found:
Failure while setup in progress

So, back to square one..!
Any help VERY welcome




OK so I had windows vista and i had a corrupt file. I installed the vista service pack 2, and this screwed everything up so that I could not boot up vista anymore. My school sells window 7 for $50 so i thought it would be a good time to do the upgrade.

I put the disc in booted up and am now running windows 7. However, my hard drive says that there are 150/220 GB occupied, with only 70 GB filled.

What do i need to do to clear everything off my hard drive so that all that is on my CPU is windows 7?
My disc says Windows Ultimate 7 32Bit english disk kit

Thanks!


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