Win2K BSOD Stop:c0000263

Microsoft Windows 2000 professional
June 4, 2010 at 12:36:51
Specs: Windows 2000 Pro, P3-800
I let AVG do auto restart, system froze on bootup. Won't run in SAFE mode either. Did repair from Win2K/SP4 (tried original CD too), now get
STOP: C0000263 {Driver Entry Point Not Found}
The \SystemRoot\System32\Drivers\FLTMGR.sys device driver could not locate the entry point IoGetDeviceAttachmentBaseRef in driver ntoskrnl.exe
Question: I can boot with parallel install and
edit registry; where do I find the errant entry so
I can zap it in the registry? Or if it is a case of the (new) function IoGetDeviceAttachmentBaseRef not being implemented, how do I put it into the registry or ntoskrnl.exe?

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June 4, 2010 at 13:50:56
thanks, but all those I have seen. I know what it does, but not
what's calling it and causing the crash. If I could find the registry
entry, maybe I could fix it. I can't reapply the rollup, because I
can't boot that installation. Don't know whether that would fix it
either. I suspect AVG, because that's what updated just prior to
the crash. I removed the AVG registry entries, but no success.
If it was AVG, then someone else is likely experiencing this.

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June 4, 2010 at 14:36:27
Do you have any USB devices connected?

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June 4, 2010 at 15:30:00
Nope. none.
This is software. I installed another drive, loaded Win2K on it, the
system runs fine and stable. I just can't get the original drive
(array) to boot, something in the registry is hanging it up. Last
thing before the crash was AVG doing a reboot. I'm switching to

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September 9, 2010 at 04:58:26
I have exactly the same problem at the moment, and also because of AVG.
What did you do to get the problem fixed?
Or has anyone got any other suggestions?

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