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About Me VIJAY GUPTA NEW DELHI, DELHI, India View my complete profile Log in or Sign up NeoSmart Forums Home Forums > NeoSmart Support Center > Other NeoSmart-Related Support > Getting Ask Your Own Computer Question Customer: replied6 years ago. This is a Linux-based live distro that has all sorts of diagnostic and repair goodies on it. The update has been within the past four months due >to the start of online post. Check This Out

Also, this seems to affect any computer be >it desktop or laptop. If the system gets "stuck" during the rebuild process for more than an hour or so, force it to reboot (hit the reset switch or power-cycle the system) and try again. I used ImgBurn to make the CD. Can you use Windows Vista CD to repair?

That's it. STATUS Microsoft is researching this problem and will post more information in this article when the information becomes available. (TRANSLATION) WTF Vista is suppose to be better? -------------------------------------------- Looks like this June 28, 2009 at 11:05 AM Andy said...

Thank you for your solution, for this big trouble. This is a difficult error to work with, so the warranty repair is probably the best for everyone! 0 Back to Windows Vista and Windows 7 · Next Unread Topic → There should be two options: Restore your system with backing up your data (you may need an external USB hard drive), and Restore your system without backing up your data. Linux).

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Rjkirk1990 New Member Joined: Sep 5, 2009 Messages: 5 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 Hi, I downloaded the Windows Vista Recovery Disk 32 bit because two nights ago I started You'll probably need to do this from a Linux boot disc like Knoppix. hope fine thanks a lot for your helpi have been follwing your steps and was fine until i reach init 6it was shutting down then finally the system look like stuck You are a lifesaver.

The folks who make and maintain this disc do a helluva good job… it has saved my bacon more than once. To fix that, here's part 2, for which you'll need a Vista DVD.Boot the Vista DVD and choose "Repair my computer".When the system looks for Vista installations to repair, it probably ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.1/ Connection to 0.0.0.1 failed. Thanks.

Terry Baker of fine scones. his comment is here Expert: Viet - Computer Tech replied6 years ago. February 16, 2009 at 6:07 PM Ryan said... Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Use Windows Live Register now!

Type "ls". Posting a plea for help or information in the forum, will be seen more quickly by a widely experienced audience. so far I have downloaded/burned the iso and run system rescue and was able to delete the $TxfLog file and am now able to boot from the vista dvd but it's http://digitalfishbowl.net/vista-error/vista-error-0x0.html NewFix boot errors with our recovery disk Download Easy Recovery Essentials Using Windows 8?Download recovery disk for Windows 8 Using Windows 7?Download recovery disk for Windows 7 Using Windows Vista?Download recovery

When the system looks for Vista installations to repair, it probably won't find any. First a boot repair and when it stopped allowing that it gave me the choice of doing a restore point... Ask Your Own Computer Question Customer: replied6 years ago.

Viet,Done...Now when I typeumount /mnt/windows I get a response "device is busy".....tried twice over ten minutes,same answer.......should I go ahead with init 6 ?

Loading in safe mode brings up the same "Configuring Updates" screen with the same result. Basically, it crashes whenever a Windows box tries to mount the file system.Soooo... The update has been within the past four months due to the start of online post. You may have to "ls /dev/hd*" or "ls /dev/sd*" or "fdisk -l" to figure out the correct device to mount.

Rjkirk1990, Sep 5, 2009 #5 Rjkirk1990 New Member Joined: Sep 5, 2009 Messages: 5 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 I was able to use the SystemRestoreCD to delete $TxfLog. For part 1, you need a > SystemRescueCD disc. except "we will fix it in Vista service pack 2. navigate here Once again, note that the $ is escaped with a backslash. 6 Type "ls".

The Microsoft Knowledge base recommended formatting and reinstalling in order to fix the problem, however the user's data was not backed up so I didn't want to do that. You should see the content of "C:" or whatever is your boot drive in Windows... Please help me out. Among the files/folders listed you should see "$TxfLog". 7.

Unbelieveable how many people are having this problem, yet it took heaps of google searching before i came across a solution that actually worked. Boot the Vista DVD and choose "Repair my computer". With any luck at all you should have a bootable system > again. > > The STOP 0x0000C1F5 bug is a nasty one, and I am confident that > Microsoft will Also, if the NTFS file system is corrupted (which it probably is if you are reading this post) you may have to add the "-o force" flag to the mount, e.g.

Create Account How it Works Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Ask Your Own Computer Question Customer: replied6 years ago. Thanks a ton for this! I ran the startup repair function a couple of times, chkdsk ran, and it let me get past the loading bar.

A solution in the forum could also be useful to other future visitors, so PLEASE, no private requests. (they won't be answered !) Terry60, Sep 5, 2009 #4 Rjkirk1990 New Member Among the files/folders listed you should see "$TxfLog".Take a deep breath and recursively remove the $TxfLog file: "rm -rf \$TxfLog". Last edited: Sep 5, 2009 Rjkirk1990, Sep 5, 2009 #3 Terry60 Coastline Designer Staff Member Joined: Nov 9, 2007 Messages: 10,015 Likes Received: 38 Trophy Points: 48 Occupation: Retired System Programmer Allow it to reboot. > Remove the DVD at the appropriate time and allow the system to boot > from the hard drive. > If the system complains that it was

This will not find the TxfLog folder Note that there is a > capitol "T" and a capitol "L" in the file. To fix that, here's part 2, for which you'll need a Vista > DVD. > Boot the Vista DVD and choose "Repair my computer". > When the system looks for Vista Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates,