URGENT HELP NEEDED



Colonel Blip
07-10-2005, 01:10 AM
Hello, All!

I do not understand this problem. I had a problem that required me to
reinstall windows. I had backups (Ghost) that I then reinstalled. As my
system started up all seemed to be fine but then my system rebooted. I tried
again and same result. I have a multiboot system and the second system boots
fine. The only way I've gotten this far is to boot in Safe mode. I've
reinstalled two different backups of my system with the same result. I need
some serious help on this one.

Thanks,
Colonel Blip.
E-mail: colonelblip.no.spam.please@bigfoot.com

Rich Barry
07-10-2005, 01:10 AM
What OS's are you dual booting? What version of Ghost did you use?
"Colonel Blip" <colonelblip.no.spam.please@bigfoot.com> wrote in message
news:OYv6RgLYFHA.3732@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
> Hello, All!
>
> I do not understand this problem. I had a problem that required me to
> reinstall windows. I had backups (Ghost) that I then reinstalled. As my
> system started up all seemed to be fine but then my system rebooted. I
> tried again and same result. I have a multiboot system and the second
> system boots fine. The only way I've gotten this far is to boot in Safe
> mode. I've reinstalled two different backups of my system with the same
> result. I need some serious help on this one.
>
> Thanks,
> Colonel Blip.
> E-mail: colonelblip.no.spam.please@bigfoot.com
>

Colonel Blip
07-10-2005, 01:10 AM
Hello, Rich!
You wrote on Tue, 24 May 2005 23:38:25 GMT:

Both are XP Pro. Ghost 9.

Since writing I've gone all the way back to a backup of a month ago and got
around the problem. Then I restored a backup from 2 weeks ago and still ok.
I will likely see if I can get one more week closer. Still don't understand
the problem source however.

Thanks,

Colonel Blip.
E-mail: colonelblip.no.spam.please@bigfoot.com

RB> What OS's are you dual booting? What version of Ghost did you
RB> use? "Colonel Blip" <colonelblip.no.spam.please@bigfoot.com> wrote in
RB> message news:OYv6RgLYFHA.3732@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
??>> Hello, All!

Colonel Blip
07-10-2005, 01:11 AM
I wish I understood what could be doing this. I successively restored backup
that I had one week at a time and eventually got to the two most recent ones
that would not work previously. I had restored these 3 or 4 times previously
including cold shutdowns in-between each one and the result was always the
same - reboot well into the loading of services and startup items.

Now I have restored both of these via the successive approach and they both
work fine. Go figure!

Thanks,

Colonel Blip.
E-mail: colonelblip.no.spam.please@bigfoot.com

CB> Hello, Rich!
CB> You wrote on Tue, 24 May 2005 23:38:25 GMT:

CB> Both are XP Pro. Ghost 9.

CB> Since writing I've gone all the way back to a backup of a month ago and
CB> got around the problem. Then I restored a backup from 2 weeks ago and
CB> still ok. I will likely see if I can get one more week closer. Still
CB> don't understand the problem source however.

CB> Thanks,

CB> Colonel Blip.
CB> E-mail: colonelblip.no.spam.please@bigfoot.com



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07-10-2005, 01:15 AM
"Colonel Blip" <colonelblip.no.spam.please@bigfoot.com> wrote in message
news:42946903$1_1@spool9-west.superfeed.net...
> I wish I understood what could be doing this. I successively restored
backup
> that I had one week at a time and eventually got to the two most recent
ones
> that would not work previously. I had restored these 3 or 4 times
previously
> including cold shutdowns in-between each one and the result was always the
> same - reboot well into the loading of services and startup items.
>
> Now I have restored both of these via the successive approach and they
both
> work fine. Go figure!
>
> Thanks,
>
> Colonel Blip.


welcome to the real world of windows :-)


URGENT HELP NEEDED