Question about HP Pavilion dv5000t Notebook
Can't start laptop. keeps saying "cannot load file or its log or alternate. beginning dump of physical memory. physical memory dump complete. contact your system administrator technical support group for further assistance."
If u can login to ur window then use reginout regcleaner it will fix ur problem
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
Do a clean installation from CD rather than simply doing a system restore. There's less chance for something to go wrong with a clean installation. The Stop: c0000218 (registry file failure) error is typically associated with one of several things, depending on how far through the recovery process you made it before encountering the error.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: computer wont turn on
When you end up with a registry corruption, you are limited to what you can do. First thing I would try is this. When you power your system on and immediately after the POST boot, begin pressing F8 on your keyboard. This will bring up a Windows Boot Menu. One of the choices you will see if, "Last known Good Configuration..." If an install of software is what corrupted your registry, this should hopefully undo that. If you are experiencing hard drive failure, this will probably not fix that.
If last known good configuration does not work, I'm afraid that the only other solution is going to try and do a parallel installation of Windows so that you can save your existing data.
What Operating System are you using?
Here's microsoft's official description of your stop error:
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
You might reload your Operating System to correct this. Insert your Recovery disk into your drive, choose DVD as Boot Option, recover your OS.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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