Changed BIOS to boot on CD and used Operating system for windows Vista upgradse from XP. I tried running System Restore from the Vista Recovery CD and from the F8 menu, but I was unable to actually restore my computer to a previous point. You are very clear in your intruccion. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Check This Out
Remove the DVD at the appropriate time and allow the system to boot from the hard drive. Any info will hopefully help me. except "we will fix it in Vista service > pack 2. > Ya Right > > Good Luck > > echostar > > > My System Specs You need to have 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 Continued
Thank you so much for taking the time to write this tutorial. 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 not shut down properly, choose Thanks in advance Jess 0 Advertisements #2 usasma Posted 05 June 2009 - 04:26 PM usasma Member Member 636 posts Can you get into Startup Repair (it's the "Repair your computer" In the System Recovery Options list, choose Startup Repair.
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 18, 2009 #12 JustinW Super Moderator If the system complains that it was not shut down properly, choose "boot normally".That's it. Among the files/folders listed you should see "$TxfLog".Take a deep breath and recursively remove the $TxfLog file: "rm -rf \$TxfLog". Loading in safe mode brings up the same "Configuring Updates" screen with the same result.
Thanks though "echostar" wrote: > > Hi Y'all > > I am sure you are in for some work now. You may have to "ls /dev/hd*" or "ls /dev/sd*" or "fdisk -l" to figure out the correct device to mount. Maybe slap a different HD in there? http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/241411-bsod-error-stop-c1f5/ But Puppy was able to tell me which drive to mount to find windows directory ( sda2 ) as well.... 0 #4 shard92 Posted 06 August 2008 - 02:37 PM shard92
In the meantime, if you are experiencing the problem, I hope this article helps to get you running again.SRX660 0 #3 shard92 Posted 06 August 2008 - 12:08 PM shard92 Member 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, The update has been within the past four months due >to the start of online post. Register Login Posting Guidelines | Contact Moderators Ars Technica > Forums > Operating Systems & Software > Microsoft OS & Software Colloquium Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Hardware & Tweaking
Several functions may not work. http://www.vistax64.com/vista-general/149216-stop-error-code-0x0000c1f5.html Addendum: By the way, I am using a Dell XPS 1530 Laptop with Windows Vista Ultimate Last edited: Sep 5, 2009 Rjkirk1990, Sep 5, 2009 #1 Terry60 Coastline Designer Staff Thanks a ton for this! If the system complains that it was not shut down properly, choose "boot normally".
I spent about 1 day trying everything and only 15 minutes with your step-by-step solution.Best regardsLuiz Augusto Nolasco da Silva March 26, 2010 at 10:19 AM amatore said... his comment is here I burned it to a regular CD-R, do I need to burn it to a DVD? Thanks for letting us know! 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
ms article says use hotfix except you can't boot... Thank you, worked on my second attempt. Note the backslash before the $; that is important as it keeps the command shell from interpreting the $ (it is really part of the file name). 5 Navigate to the http://forumyaren.com/vista-error/vista-error-4c7.php I got the same error.
Got the following "Oxcooooo3411 359/100549" and it just staid on black screen in white letters while Vista Op upgade just spun....next? Several functions may not work. Thanks again!
if you don't, repeat Step 2 until you mount the > correct device. > > 4 Navigate to the first hidden folder: "cd /mnt/windows/\$Extend". Also note that several of these file names contain dollar signs ($), and the $ must be escaped from interpretation by the shell by preceding it immediately with a backslash (\), I am dying to know what the end result with the c1f5 error was. Please keep requests for help in the forums where everyone can see them, not in Private Messages.
Stop error c1f5 Started by shard92 , Aug 06 2008 09:35 AM Please log in to reply #1 shard92 Posted 06 August 2008 - 09:35 AM shard92 Member 1K Member 1,129 if you don't, repeat Step 2 until you mount the correct device. 4. You haven't stated whether you have a Vista DVD or not. navigate here Check it out.)So, here's an overview of how I fixed my system.
Remove the DVD at the appropriate time and allow the system to boot from the hard drive. 11.