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and then we went back to Vista and had the problem.Like.. The crcdisk.sys file is located in the C:\Windows\System32\drivers folder. Driver... So i reboot, mess around with some other things, tried to boot up, still a nogo. http://swirlvision.com/general/crcdisk-dsk.html

repeat. This may or may not be your issue, but wanted to list it here for others that might have the same problem that I did. On a Toshiba: At boot screen, press F2 until the BIOS menu appears Select the Advanced menu by using the left-arrow key Press Enter to display the options Select AHCI mode It hangs in the loading screen and repeatedly restart the system which is annoying at the same time disgusting.

Then, AVG tried to install an update, ERROR not enough free space. It can not explain the crash on the 29th of February! My pc was off. Reading the various "fixes" that I've seen posted in forums for "freezes at CRCDISK.SYS" and such, all I find is a lot of "witch doctor" superstitious stuff.

Saturday, July 05, 2008 10:32 PM 0 Sign in to vote hii am running a toshiba satellite u300 dual core laptop with vista and i am having the same crcdisk.sys loading Please try the request again. Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top marks100 Posts: 4507 This post has been reported. it would be under the "main" tab Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top kriscadman Posts: 33 This post has been reported.

Almost all of the solutions provided online take immense amount of work,  and in most cases do not even provide a permanent solution. Switch on the system and as soon as the Windows OS is loaded you will be greeted by a blank screen for a very long time which would indicate the system Nat Summary: Average user rating of crcdisk.sys: based on 6 votes with 3 user comments. 2users think crcdisk.sys is essential for Windows or an installed application. 3users think it's probably https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/8b95be75-dc9f-4de3-b8db-3e1811899ce6/windows-vista-crcdisksys-system-wont-boot?forum=itprovistaapps moriak December 22, 2013 at 5:27 am · · Reply → wow, how did you figure this out?

A friends laptop primarily used for facebook and internet thats it.     Got given the machine that would not boot. also when you find those files what do you rename them too just in case i dont want to delete them? i have tried variations of the path and i cant seem to get it. unfortunately i am not that familiar with using the command prompt and finding where my windows is installed. i am trying variations of accessing my hard drive c:\ in order to find

but eventually i got it to work.a year later we installex XP again. http://www.mabzicle.com/2014/04/solved-how-to-fix-crcdisksys-error-in.html If you can get a prompt the restore will usually cure the problem. You can use information about how these programs operate to choose whether to allow them to run or remove them from your computer.  Allow changes only if you trust the program Why didn't Doctor Strange use the Eye of Agamotto to heal his hands?

I was fortunate to have a full backup taken 2 days ago.This morning, it started to happened again. TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser   Office Office 365 Exchange Server   SQL Server SharePoint Products Skype for Business See all products also when you find those files what do you rename them too just in case i dont want to delete them? The program is not visible.

This time, it froze at the black loading screen with the green moving bar at the bottom. maybe mark. Thus, it will not boot up system normally. I realise this won't help most of you, but it pretty much proves that its a Vista update that is causing the issue.I have switched off auto updates (evidently I hadn't

Proposed as answer by Bravada Thu ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to failed. mark. look at this under 'restore the system' 6- no restore cd/eRecovery/password/alt+F10 http://en.kioskea.net/faq/2040.....y-settings Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top kriscadman Posts: 33 This post has been reported.

Should you experience an actual problem, try to recall the last thing you did, or the last thing you installed before the problem appeared for the first time.

If you boot normally the physical check will be skipped but it will possibly do a check on files and folders. Friday, June 06, 2008 9:19 AM 0 Sign in to vote If you could have gotten a DOS prompt you probably could have recovered simply by erasing those selected files.  That after restart   I then discovered this thread and had a read. And there was.

Thursday, September 18, 2008 1:42 AM 0 Sign in to vote Thanks for the information.  However, I see the problem  as totally different than what I think I and the others I didn't delete the files in the above posts, because It booted up the last time. Sunday, October 05, 2008 3:15 PM 0 Sign in to vote Two days ago I too started getting this rather irritating problem, which I have yet to resolve. What does it mean?0Freezing in normal mode (clean mode) not in safe mode.

Do you have additional information? This allows you to repair the operating system without losing data. crcdisk.sys appears to be a compressed file. I'm not really a tech person.

to do with smartplacement pass. 2 minutes later that had passed.     Anyway, replaced HDD back into laptop and hey presto, booted into vista.   not sure what actually fixed Crafted w/ Love ~ Mabzicle Advertisement Advertisement Featured Offers: Neobux: Earn Money Online with Neobux ClixSense: Make Money Online with ClixSense Infolinks: Make Money to your blog Grammarly Improve your Grammar Windows ran a Chkdsk 3 stage scan immediately. before it had even booted into xp.   I then updated Antivir and ran a scan on the Laptop HDD. 20 minutes later i had found 4 viruses linked to And now it works perfectly!   No pc expert, and quite by accident, but all data intact and ready to roll.   So maybe try getting a vista recovery cd/dvd for

We've identified everyone has this issue....now someone, please post a solution  that works for all...anyone? So im like cool. sorry....do you mean first boot device screen in the bios? and restore to earliest date. However, that's if u have a point to restore it to..I hope something works for u...

maybe XP to Vista may cause the problem with certain types of computers..But The above solution may fix it for you..