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E-machine laptop - cannot get it to open up....receive error message

My daughter clicked on lime wire and the computer shut down..when i try to reboot I recieve a message.

Fileminintsystem32 tkrnlmp.exe could not be loaded.

The error code is 51202

setup cannot continue. press any key to exit.

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  • ddomingo08 Aug 27, 2008

    Problem: e-machine laptop - cannot get it to open up....receive error message
    posted by ddomingo08 on 08/27/2008

    My daughter clicked on lime wire and the computer shut down..when i try to reboot I recieve a message.

    Fileminintsystem32 tkrnlmp.exe could not be loaded.

    The error code is 51202

    setup cannot continue. press any key to exit.

  • ddomingo08 Aug 29, 2008

    I tried the above to boot with the XP CD but this is what happened: I received this message:

    No hard disk found emachine system recovery cannot be continued.....so then I tried the reboot F8...finally got into the screen where you can select save mode..so I did..it looked like it began to boot and I recieved this message:

    Windows could not start because of a computer disk hardware config. problem. Could not read from the selected boot disk. Check boot path and disk hardware. Please check the windows documentation about hardware disk config. and your hardware reference manuals for add'l information.



    What should the boot priority's be??



    HDD

    USB HDD

    USB FDC

    USB KEY

    1DE CDROM:HL-DT-STCD-RW/DVD

    Network:MBA v7.75 slot 0200

    USB CDROM



    Thanks, hope you can help..:)

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If you have your XP disc then put it into the drive and shut the computer down.

You then need to boot the computer into the bios, normally by pressing either F1, or DEL immediatlly after switching the machine on.

Then need to look for the boot options, it should say something llike 'primary boot device = hdd'

You need to change it to CD-ROM

save the settings and exit

The PC will reboot and detect the XP disc in the drive, you should get an option to either repair or clean re-install or something similar.

Choose 'repair' and let the system do its business.

When it is done it will probably restart the computer, make sure when it does that you enter the bios and change the boot option back to HDD, again save the settings and exit.

Hopefully the computer should bootup as normal.

If it does un-install Limewire, and tell your daughter not to use it again!! Limewire is one of the biggest sources of viruses and trojans, and it may have corrupted the file in question

If the repair does not work try pressing F8 continuously when booting and enter safe mode, if you can get into the desktop, make a backup of all your documents, music etc. then reboot the PC, it MAY boot as normal.

If it dos not, I would suggest re-installing XP fresh. That way you will get rid of any trojans or viruses that will be lurking around. But remember you will need all the drivers for the system before you do this.

Hope this is of some help.

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The easiest ways is this:

1. You have to collect a bootable XP CD ( get it from friends or download from bit-torrent and burn a bootable image to a CD.

2. Now change your boot sequence in bios of your computer, CDROM must be the first one.

3. Then insert the CD and boot from it, start a new installation.

4. During the installation process the installer will find the old Windows folder ( most likely to be C:\Windows) and tell you that the installer found an old installation, if you want to repair that.

5. Select that option, and follow the steps as prompted by the installer. If your hard disk is not totally damaged ( it seems that it is not damaged, otherwise windows would fail to recognize it during device checking), you will get your old installation and data back.

Good Luck

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