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Unnattended won't boot


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Have been researhcing tis for a while now, aparently MUP.sys is a netwrok driver that ahs something to do with Novell Netware servers. I assume that this is installed when you specify in your WinNT.sif file for windows to install all default network stuff (can't remember exact wording as my PC is in the middle of formatting it self for about the tenth time today). Anyone know a way of telling windows to install the default TCP/IP protocols but not this netware one?

Jamie

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  • 5 weeks later...

Was having the same problem and discovered that the issue was somehow??? related to my video drivers. I was also using a modified boot screen. Worked fine after I removed the boot screen. I also discovered that by booting from an un-modified WinXP CD and starting the Recovery Console, I could rebuild the bootcfg to match the original boot.ini and that also allowed the system to boot normally.

In the Recovery Console enter:

bootcfg /rebuild

enter: Microsoft Windows XP Professional

enter the option: /fastdetect

enter: exit

reboot choosing boot normally

Hope this helps.

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