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Zt1135 wont boot

Safe mode hangs on enecbpth.sys

system restore cd wont read

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  • Lee Hodgson
    Lee Hodgson May 11, 2010

    ok the system 32 folder in the windows directory is corrupt, have you gone into the bios to cahnge the boot order to the cd drive to boot the recovery cd?

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My cf-w7 hang after abt 15 mins


If this just started roll it back by with System Restore. Under Safe Mode (press F8 during boot and choose Safe Mode).


In Win 7 - Start > Start > Search type System Restore.


In XP - Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Restore. Now choose a date prior to problem. You may have to try a few dates.


There is the option of uninstalling last program(s) that was installed, again in safe mode.

You also try disabling startup programs. Go to Start > Run (search in Win 7) and type MSConfig. In Startup tab, uncheck anything that you don't want Windows to load automatically. It will make Windows boot faster and use less resources while running. This just disables them in startup. Programs will still load, but when only you initiate.

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maybe...send me an email from my profile

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Cant get to f8 screen


LOL, most times those recovery CD's don't work. OK, I've never heard of hitting F8 to get to the System Recovery screen. Normally hitting F8 repeatedly after you hit the power button gets you into SAFE MODE or some other options for booting. I would remove the CD from the cd drive and turn off the computer, then turn it on and immediately hit F8 until you see SAFE MODE. Take the Safe Mode option. Let it boot up. Safe mode will look different than normal windows. The icons will be bigger and the screen darker, but that's normal. Once safe mode is up click Start/Program/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore. Run System Restore and select a restore point (date and time) before you started having a problem. Don't worry, system restore does not destroy your data, documents, music, pictures, videos or programs.

System Recovery DELETES EVERYTHING and sets your computer back to when it was first purchased. If you must run System Recovery F8 is not the key you should be pressing.

I found the info below by putting "Alienware PC Systems M7700 System Recovery" in a google search. Sounds like you bought yourself a piece of trash.
25. System Restore And Recovery Is Not For Wimps The system restore process for the Alienware Aurora M7700 is definitely not for beginners. For one thing, the process doesn't fire off automatically as promised (at least that's what we read on the label affixed to the recovery CD included with the unit). Instead, system restore involves a complete Windows XP Home reinstall "from scratch." Likewise, the drivers don't reside on the Master CD as described in the documentation. Rather, they're located on the Utility CD. During the driver installation phase, it's irritating to get no progress report on individual drivers, perhaps by way of a simple progress bar. Also irksome, the system reboots automatically after the installation of each individual driver. Finally, those who want to succeed at restoring the M7700 back to full operability better know what a disk partition is and understand that the RAID driver must be installed from a diskette.

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Dell Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 hangs during startup after Welcome screen when user account selected and wallpaper displayed. Next step should have been to display ICONs. If booted in Safe Mode...


Windows file (probably mup.sys) damaged or corrupted. Suspect virus may have done this. If it will not boot to safe mode, then your only real option is to carry out a system repair by inserting the O.S. Cd and at the stage where it looks for a previous installation of windows, carry out the repair, (do not repair at the recovery console stage, wait until the prompt to install windows at the stage mentioned above comes up.)

Once you have it (hopefully) running, then download a command line scanner such as DRWEB and run it in safe mode to remove any memory resident viruses that may be present. I also suggest that you disable sys restore prior to running the scanner to be on the safe side. After any infection is removed, re-apply the system restore.

You can also install another hard drive and install windows on that then the old hard drive as slave and scan it from the newly installed drive. That way you can pull off any important files if needed.

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Turns on and shuts back off


1) boot in safe mode & restore your system.
If Safe mode is not works so boot from cd or flopy for command prompt
2) on cmd go to c: using cd\ or c:
press cd\windows\system32\restore (enter)
then press rstrui.exe and restore your computer
if not ok repair your operating system

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Hi there.
Boot the machine into safe mode by restarting the PC, as it boots up hit the F8 key until it giver you a sub menu with safe mode at the top and select that.
Hopefully the system will boot into safe mode, if it does you want system restore (if you use Vista a pop up window will appear on the right hand side of the screen, click on system restore, with XP just follow on-screen instructions)
All you have to do is select a date to before you performed the updated and restore from there.
Please keep us posted!!

Good luck and thanks for using FixYa!!

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try to boot in safe mode thru boot menu pressing F2 or F8 or F10 when prompted on startup it will present u with a screen to select safe mode on startup just go thru safe mode and try using system restore in the Start> All programs> accessories>system tools>system restore try to restore on the earlier date when ur sys was ok see if it helps pls vote if u think i was helpful


if it doesnt help then try changing RAM

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Safe mode boots okay but not in normal boot - no error either


Do you have the original recovery disk? I recommend inserting the recover disk, restart the computer while continually pressing F12. Select boot from CD, press any key when asked, and you would want to do a "repair". That should fix your problem. 

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try to get into SAFE mode... tap F8 repeatedly when you first power on. You should get a safe mode boot menu, select last known good profile and press enter.

If this does not work reboot go into SAFE mode and select Safe Mode from menu and see if it will boot up.

You may get a pop up to use system restore, say yes, select restore to an earlier date (or similar) then use the calander to select a restore date that is PRIOR to the problem starting.

If this does not work boot to safe mode again and say NO (cancel) to use system restore and see if you can get to the desktop

post back results for further troubleshooting

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