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Error BootXP

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Sweens

Guest
#1
Hello,

For some time now every time I start XP I am having a message about an error concerning BootXP v2.30 RC1 (See attached file).


Don't know what it means, nor to solve it.
Can someone help me out, please ?

Thanx and greetings
 

muzikool

Act your wage.
Political User
#2
I'm assuming that you have XP installed on the D: partition opposed to C:? Otherwise, it's looking for the file in the wrong place. Is the program actually working, or are you having to shut it down each time when you restart due to this error?
 
J

jroc

Guest
#3
seems you installed BootXP v2.30 RC1 to the D: Drive...and the program is looking for the bootup screen..seems you will have to reinstall the BootXP v2.30 RC1 again....if you unistalled it..then something is still left in the registry...and looking for that .exe file in the D:
 
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Sweens

Guest
#4
Xp is installed on D:\
BootXP too. Logoos.exe is in the system32-folder.
The program is working and I don't need to reboot.
Can simply click the message away.

But on every start / reboot it shows up again.
Tried to reset Kernel and save new boot.ini. Doesn't help.

Any suggestions ?

Thanx again
 

muzikool

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Political User
#5
Since the program works anyway, have you gone into msconfig to see if you can disable Logoos.exe from starting up? I actually found part of a description for this problem in a Google search, but then the page couldn't be found. I couldn't get enough from the Google search result to tell you anything worthwhile.
 

zyfos

Resurrected
#6
http://www.fvip.net/bootxp/

According to that website, one of the updates to version 2.25 was an option that could maybe fix your problem.

6.- Added a "Reset Your Kernel File" button in options page that will be overwrite your LOGOOS.EXE file with a fresh copy of NTOSKRNL.EXE file (useful in case of kernel corruption).

Mess with that and see if it does anything for you.
 

muzikool

Act your wage.
Political User
#7
Originally posted by zyfos
http://www.fvip.net/bootxp/

According to that website, one of the updates to version 2.25 was an option that could maybe fix your problem.

6.- Added a "Reset Your Kernel File" button in options page that will be overwrite your LOGOOS.EXE file with a fresh copy of NTOSKRNL.EXE file (useful in case of kernel corruption).

Mess with that and see if it does anything for you.
Thing is that Sweens has 2.30 installed. I suppose that a downgrade could solve the problem... :confused:
 
S

Sweens

Guest
#9
Correct, v2.30 has this feature. Tried it with no succes.

Thanx for all the support so far.
Will give it a try to reinstall BootXP
 

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