Computer Reboots



rrats0966
07-09-2005, 11:53 PM
OK here's the problem. My computer constantly reboots without really
loading.
I'm running XP pro SP2.
The screen pops up that tells me that windows had a problem. I can boot
into Safe mode (plain, witth command prompt, Network support), last known
configuration.
I've tried them all. I've tried F6 before I get to the windows Screen that
brings me to more options (all of which I've tried)
When logging, I get to Mup.sys (don't know if that's the problem). I've
tried to Boot from CD Rom (Xp Upgrade disk) no good. So it gets to that file
and then starts the process all over again
So if I wanted to replace Mup sys, how do I even get to a command prompt.
Or is there a better way.
System recovery disks? Not that smart. I really don't want to reformat
this 120 But...

Thanks in advance

Li'l Roberto
07-09-2005, 11:54 PM
"rrats0966" <rrats0966@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:86AC19AA-8119-4F30-80F2-8375FBC89CDA@microsoft.com...
> OK here's the problem. My computer constantly reboots without really
> loading.
> I'm running XP pro SP2.
> The screen pops up that tells me that windows had a problem. I can boot
> into Safe mode (plain, witth command prompt, Network support), last known
> configuration.
> I've tried them all. I've tried F6 before I get to the windows Screen
> that
> brings me to more options (all of which I've tried)
> When logging, I get to Mup.sys (don't know if that's the problem). I've
> tried to Boot from CD Rom (Xp Upgrade disk) no good. So it gets to that
> file
> and then starts the process all over again
> So if I wanted to replace Mup sys, how do I even get to a command prompt.
> Or is there a better way.
> System recovery disks? Not that smart. I really don't want to reformat
> this 120 But...
>
> Thanks in advance

You may have a corrupt registry, see here
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=307545

If that doesn't work, do some H/Ware testing
HDD diagnostics from manufacturer
RAM mentest86 http://www.memtest86.com/
Swap out your Graphics Card

rgds
Li'l Roberto

Rich Barry
07-09-2005, 11:54 PM
The Great Google produces some Possibilities
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=Mup+sys+error+in+WinXP&btnG=Google+Search


"rrats0966" <rrats0966@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:86AC19AA-8119-4F30-80F2-8375FBC89CDA@microsoft.com...
> OK here's the problem. My computer constantly reboots without really
> loading.
> I'm running XP pro SP2.
> The screen pops up that tells me that windows had a problem. I can boot
> into Safe mode (plain, witth command prompt, Network support), last known
> configuration.
> I've tried them all. I've tried F6 before I get to the windows Screen
> that
> brings me to more options (all of which I've tried)
> When logging, I get to Mup.sys (don't know if that's the problem). I've
> tried to Boot from CD Rom (Xp Upgrade disk) no good. So it gets to that
> file
> and then starts the process all over again
> So if I wanted to replace Mup sys, how do I even get to a command prompt.
> Or is there a better way.
> System recovery disks? Not that smart. I really don't want to reformat
> this 120 But...
>
> Thanks in advance


Computer Reboots