Log Mod I.1 error

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by mboy2k3, Jan 2, 2002.

  1. mboy2k3

    mboy2k3 Guest

    Hey guys. I downloaded xplogmod. i don't know what is wrong but now when i reboot and go to my welcome screeen i get an error saying

    C:/Documents and Settings/ All Users/Start Menu/Programs/XP Logmod 1.1

    Not enough quota is availible to process this command.

    Then i click okay and it goes to a black screen and 10 seconds later the error comes back up. I have no way to login onto my desktop. What do i do?

    Thanks in advance,
    David

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  2. Lonman

    Lonman Bleh!

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    No safe mode either i take it. Is your primary boot partition file system Fat32 or NTFS? If it's Fat32, you can try this (I'm shooting in the dark here, i'm not familiar with the problem). Boot up using a boot floppy and track down the offending file, copy it someplace other then the specified directory and then delete it from the directory that's giving you the error. Hopefully XP will revert to some kind of default for you when it comes to that missing file. good luck man, i hope that helps.

    If you're running NTFS with no way to mount the drive (from a dual boot or something) then I have no ideas.
     
  3. mboy2k3

    mboy2k3 Guest

    Oh fiddle sticks hahahahaha. I'm running it on ntfs

    Thanks,
    David

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  4. Lonman

    Lonman Bleh!

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    I was afraid of that. You might want to do some research on using the recovery console from your CD. I don't know anything about it but I know that option is available.

    Last and certainly most: repair installation. :(
     
  5. AndyP

    AndyP OSNN Senior Addict

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    You could also try to press and hold shift-key before the logon-screen is supposed to come up. This should force the w2k-style logon to show up...You could also try obtain a copy of the logonui.exe file (if you gain access to the drive) and copy it to the windows/system32 folder...
     
  6. mboy2k3

    mboy2k3 Guest

    OH GOD OH GOD OH GOD . It worked hahahaha. thanks guys!!

    THANKS SO MUCH,
    David

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    Work like you don't need the money. Love like you've never been hurt. Dance like nobody's watching. Sing like nobody's listening.
    Live like it's Heaven on Earth.
     
  7. Lonman

    Lonman Bleh!

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    Good Job Andyp. I better put that one in my bag of tricks. This is the second person I've seen post a problem with logmod.