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well using Norton ghost 2003.I have been assigned to create a new Image for MSI type.I have successfully created the image using Norton ghost 2003 after Syspreping the machine..Well when i restore the image everything goes fine and the image
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is successfully restored,but when i start the pc,it give me a message"Windows could not start ntoskrnl.exe missing or corrupt windows 10 because the following file is missing or corrupt NTOSKRNL.EXE View 3 Replies Similar Messages: Wont Start Because Ntoskrnl.exe Is Missing Or Corrupt?
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Digital Magazine Archives InfoCentersIT Innovators Mobile Computing Business Now Desktop VDI All About Converged Architecture Advertisement Home > Windows > I get the error "NTOSKRNL.EXE missing or corrupt" on bootup. I http://windows.bigresource.com/xp-did-039-t-start-after-creating-Ghost-image-corrupt-NTOSKRNL-EXE-JJDXAYEN.html get the error "NTOSKRNL.EXE missing or corrupt" on bootup. Apr 17, 1999 John Savill | Windows IT Pro EMAIL Tweet Comments 51 Advertisement A. This is usually due to an error in the boot.ini file. The entry for NT is either missing or incorrect. Edit the boot.ini file and check the entry for NT is correct, for example for an IDE disk the http://windowsitpro.com/windows/i-get-error-ntoskrnlexe-missing-or-corrupt-bootup entry should look something like multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\winnt="Windows NT workstation" Check that disk and partition are correct. If you have recently added a new disk or altered the partitions try changing the disk() and partition() values. If you are sure everything is OK, then the actual file may be corrupt so copy NTOSKRNL.EXE off of the installation CD onto the %systemroot%/system32 directory. You may need to edit the boot.ini if Linux is installed onto a system. During installation DiskDruid (Red Hats disk configuration utility) may create a primary partition (depending on disk configuration) and although the extended NT partition was there first (and at the beginning of the disk), the primary partition affects the numbering of the partition() parameter of boot.ini. Changing it from (1) to (2) (for example) allows the successful boot of NT. Print reprints Favorite EMAIL Tweet Discuss this Article 51 Harvey (not verified) on Apr 27, 2003 Dear Sir, I got the same problem but the message is slightly different: OS Loader V4.01 .Disk I/O error: Status = 00002000 Windows NT could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: \system32\ntoskrnl.
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