Stop : c000026c error

Microsoft Windows 2000 professional
April 23, 2010 at 21:33:46
Specs: Windows 2000 pro, Pentium III/196MB
i'm getting a stop error (blue screen 0 during windows startup with the following error
Stop : c000026c

\systemroot\system32\drivers\eca923c5.sys device driver could not be loaded
Error status was 0xc00000020

I have tried to boot the system into safe mode and is successfull.

Please help me in this regard


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#1
April 24, 2010 at 01:22:52
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/160495

Try to repair the windows 2000 installation


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#2
June 17, 2010 at 11:00:39
Do a restart, press F8 (repeatedly if necessary) to go into the start-menu. Select the bootlog-option and run this option only ONCE. If it runs through without the problem, then your PC starts faster than the HD can spin up.
If the fault persists, restart the PC without the bootlog-option (to keep your logfile with the error in it unaltered) until you are into W2K again.
Check the file c:\winnt\ntbtlog.txt to locate the problem (Last entry in the logfile is the "sinner").
Please report back what you find.
Also do a CHKDSK /F to fix any HD-problems.

Kristain Hayes


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#3
June 18, 2010 at 00:06:41
# In Control Panel, double-click System, and then click Performance.
# Click Change and then, in the Drives list box, click the logical drive where you will move the paging file.
# In the Initial Size (MB) box, type the initial size of the paging file.
The recommended minimum size of the paging file is shown in the Total Paging File Size for All Drives area. Set the minimum size of the paging file to be greater than or equal to the recommended minimum size. The minimum allowable size of the paging file is 2 MB.
# In the Maximum Size (MB) box, type the maximum size of the paging file, and then click Set.
The size of the new paging file appears next to the selected drive in the Drives list box, and the size of the paging file in the Total Paging File Size for All Drives area is adjusted to reflect the addition of the new paging file.
# In the Drives list box, select the logical drive that contains the original paging file.
# In the Initial Size (MB) box, type 0 and then in the Maximum Size (MB) box, type 0.
# Click Set.
The old paging file is cleared from the Drives list box, and the size of the paging file in the Total Paging File Size for All Drives area is adjusted to reflect the removal of the old paging file.
# Click OK.
The System Settings Change dialog box appears, prompting you to restart your computer to enable the new settings.

Kristain Hayes


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