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Getting BSOD and dump files only refer to ntoskrnl.exe and tunnel.sys
Deoending on your OS you can find repair disk on-line. Do a Google search of your OS and repair disk iso. Take a look at this for a general idea, at the bottom of the page:http://maximumpcguides.com/windows-7/create-a-windows-7-system-repair-disc/ OR http://maximumpcguides.com/windows-7/create-a-windows-7-system-repair-disc/
Posted on Dec 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dell laptop
That's pretty bad. ntoskrnl.exe is the main engine of Windows. It actually is the NT OS Kernel. You can use a repair installation doing the following:
1. Put your Windows XP CD in the CD-ROM drive.
2. Reboot computer.
3. When it asks to, start from CD-ROM.
4. When it gives you the options screen. Do not use Recovery Console but normal install.
5. It will ask you for repair installation, choose R. Follow on screen instructions.
If it doesn't cancel the install for it will overwrite everything.
6. Allow it to install, at a sudden point it wil reboot.(after copying files to your harddrive) This time don't boot from CD but let it go to your harddrive. Setup will continue from there.
7. Finish set-up. If done correctly everything is restored and your programs, files and settings remain unharmed.
Note: if you don't get the Repair option, you'll need to back up your files first. Since you can't logon you'll need a CD such as Winternals ERD Commander in order to get to your files.
The repair should do the trick though.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
Follow the info on this site for more info on the ntoskrnl.exe missing error.
There are a few things to try and look at.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
Do you have a Windows CD that came with your computer? If so do you know how to boot from it by inserting it into the drive and then pressing F12 just after you switch on your PC? If you can do this then you could try the "repair" option from Windows Setup, this might fix your missing PC problem.
Posted on May 17, 2009
Check to see if software is compatable with VISA. If so Uninstall and reinstall it. If problem still persists, disable Norton to see it that helps.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
Establishing a VoIP tunnel requires that you have either an accessible IP on the remote host with which to do IP-IP calls or that you have a VoIP server with which to route the calls between IP digital and analog lines.
Usually this error indicates that in the configuration somewhere you have entered a destination IP that does not recognize either of these as being available. So the first thing I would check is your Firewall settings, then your network connectivity, and then troubleshoot your IP destination.
See if you can ping your VoIP destination from a command line and if connectivity seems good, make sure that everything needed to initiate the connection is running on both ends.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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