WINDOWS KEPT RESTARTING UPON BOOTUP



inenewbl
07-10-2005, 12:30 AM
HI ALL. MY PC KEPT RESTARTING UPON FRESH BOOT UP. EARLIER THERE WAS A PROBLEM
WITH NTOSKRNL.EXE AND I WAS PROMPT TO REPLACE THE FILE. I REPLACE IT VIA
RECOVERY CONSOLE. BUT THE PC START TO RESTART ITSELF. I HAVE TRIED THE OPTION
BOOT UP FROM LAST KNOWN GOOD CONFIGURATION AND SAFE MODE BUT RESTART OF PC
STILL OCCUR. THERE IS AN OPTION THAT WILL NOT RESTART BUT IT BOOT TO A BLUE
SCREEN STATING SESSION5 INITIALIZATION FAILED. HOW CAN I SOLVE THIS? THKS IN
ADVANCE.

Li'l Roberto
07-10-2005, 12:30 AM
Try a repair install
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=315341

rgds
Li'l Roberto


"inenewbl" <inenewbl@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:72EE3B65-8D6F-4EA6-B065-A7377FCA2808@microsoft.com...
> HI ALL. MY PC KEPT RESTARTING UPON FRESH BOOT UP. EARLIER THERE WAS A
> PROBLEM
> WITH NTOSKRNL.EXE AND I WAS PROMPT TO REPLACE THE FILE. I REPLACE IT VIA
> RECOVERY CONSOLE. BUT THE PC START TO RESTART ITSELF. I HAVE TRIED THE
> OPTION
> BOOT UP FROM LAST KNOWN GOOD CONFIGURATION AND SAFE MODE BUT RESTART OF PC
> STILL OCCUR. THERE IS AN OPTION THAT WILL NOT RESTART BUT IT BOOT TO A
> BLUE
> SCREEN STATING SESSION5 INITIALIZATION FAILED. HOW CAN I SOLVE THIS? THKS
> IN
> ADVANCE.
>

Ron Martell
07-10-2005, 12:31 AM
"inenewbl" <inenewbl@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

>HI ALL. MY PC KEPT RESTARTING UPON FRESH BOOT UP. EARLIER THERE WAS A PROBLEM
>WITH NTOSKRNL.EXE AND I WAS PROMPT TO REPLACE THE FILE. I REPLACE IT VIA
>RECOVERY CONSOLE. BUT THE PC START TO RESTART ITSELF. I HAVE TRIED THE OPTION
>BOOT UP FROM LAST KNOWN GOOD CONFIGURATION AND SAFE MODE BUT RESTART OF PC
>STILL OCCUR. THERE IS AN OPTION THAT WILL NOT RESTART BUT IT BOOT TO A BLUE
>SCREEN STATING SESSION5 INITIALIZATION FAILED. HOW CAN I SOLVE THIS? THKS IN
>ADVANCE.

In addition to your other problems your keyboard has the Capslock key
stuck in the On position. Messages in all-capitals are much harder
to read and many people will simply ignore them for that reason.

See the following article for a possible solution to the problem:

MS03-007: Unchecked buffer in Windows component may cause Web Server
compromise
Article ID : 815021
http://support.microsoft.com?kbid=815021


Good luck



Ron Martell Duncan B.C. Canada
--
Microsoft MVP
On-Line Help Computer Service
http://onlinehelp.bc.ca

In memory of a dear friend Alex Nichol MVP
http://aumha.org/alex.htm


WINDOWS KEPT RESTARTING UPON BOOTUP